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I haven’t blogged in a couple of weeks.  Not because I haven’t had anything to say.  But maybe because there has been too much to say.  Does that make sense?  Probably not.  Let me just say that life has been a 120mph rollercoaster lately.  Nothing bad.  Actually good things.  Just very busy.

Anyway, so let me get back into te swing of blogging.  And share with you all something I found online.  This is a 1970 ad from Subaru.  Read the whole thing.  Almost reads like something out of a romance novel.  Uh,…  at least I imagine it would be like this…

I know most people out there are disgusted with it.  But I think it’s pretty damned funny!  It’s amazing how different things were in the 70s.  Maybe I find it amusing because of how politically incorrect I am to begin with.  Who knows.

If any females out there are truly offended by this ad, maybe you should ask yourself this:  Are you a spirited woman?  And do you yearn to be tamed?

-Dave Q.

Most of you don’t know this, but the series Scrubs has come to an end.  Why wouldn’t you know that?  Because no one was watching it anymore.  Hence, the series ending.  Now that that is cleared up…


I finally got around to seeing the finale.  Probably one of the best series finales I’ve ever scene.  Made the Seinfeld and Sopranos finales look, well… they already sucked.  So whatever is worse than sucking.  Anyway, above you can see the last few minutes of the show.  I like how they brought out so many of the show’s repeat characters there.  Nice way to give them props.  Anyway, if you ever watched the show, you will appreciate it.  If you never did, then you’re definitely going to think J.D. (Zach Braff’s character) was pretty friggin’ gay.

So that’s it for Scrubs.  I’ll have to find my laughs elsewhere.  I hope The Office is up to the challenge.

-Dave Q.

I just wanted to take a moment to say thanks to Dom DeLuise, who passed away yesterday at the age of 75.  The guy made me laugh quite a bit when I would watch those movies he starred in during the ’70s and early ’80s.  The guy was funny.  Plain and simple.


Here is Dom DeLuise cracking up in outtakes of the movie The Cannonball Run.  This film came out in 1981 and had what was referred to back then as an “all-star” cast.  Hard to argue.  It had Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore, Dean, Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Farah Fawcett, Terry Bradshaw, Jackie Chan, Henry Fonda, and of course, Dom DeLuise.  Not bad, huh?  If you’ve never seen it, do yourself a favor and and watch it sometime.  Warning:  Sense of humor required.

Anyway, this was the first Burt Reynolds – Dom DeLuise flick I watched as a kid.  And I loved it.  Always brings back good memories.  Thanks for the laughs, Dom.

-Dave Q.

Check out what they did at CollegeHumor.com.  This video rocks!  Set to the tune of Billy Joel’s We Didn’t Start The Fire, it basically gives you a rundown of what we experience in the comments sections of various websites.  You know what I’m talking about.  When one commenter insults another commenter.  Hillarity ensues.  If you have spent any decent amount of time on the internet, you will love this.

I do need to mention that some of you will be offended by the video.  Especially you politically correct types.  Which makes it that more enjoyable for me.  :)

If you don’t for some reason get this, then you should just give up the internet thing all together.  And also you should stop trying to control your DVR with your garage door opener.  Technology doesn’t like you either.

-Dave Q.

So in Europe, they have Burger King.  And therefore they have the Whopper.  Not to be mistaken with the Royale with cheese.  :)   Anyway, so they are promoting a new Whopper over there called “the Texican”.  Get it?  Me niether.  Just watch the video.


So this has Mexicans everywhere furious.  I’m not sure why.  They should be flattered that Europeans obviously dig the Texican.  Are they mad at the stereotype?  That maybe Mexicans are short?  I don’t see any Texans all huffing and puffing because Eruos think all Texans are cowboys.

My official advice to all pissed off Mexicans is simple.  STFU!  You are the same ones that told Americans to take a chill pill when Absolut vodka had that bullshit magazine ad implying that in a perfect world a big chunk of the U.S. would still belong to Mexico.  So, please.  Spare us.

For what it’s worth, I personally do not assume all Mexicans are masked, midget wrestlers.  There are actually some pretty hot Mexican females over there!  Sad thing is to have a shot with them, you need to be a masked wrestler.  Not necessarily a short one, though.  But the mask plays…

-Dave Q.

For the most part, I think Glenn Beck is alright.  I would occasionally listen to his radio show on the way to work and he was humorous while getting his point across.  Most of the time I agreed with where he was coming from.  But I have noticed that he was getting a little preachy and emotional lately.  I don’t respond well to that stuff.  I have a good sense of humor and am looking to laugh.  Make your point and do it while making me laugh.  You will have my attention.


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Stephen Colbert is a funny mofo!  And in the video above, he pretty much destroys Glenn Beck.  And it is almost impossible to argue with what he’s saying.  I was laughing so hard I had tears rolling down my cheeks.  :)   You gotta love Stephen Colbert!

The lesson here?  Quit crying!  And quit whining for that matter.  Seriously.

I wonder how Jon Stewart feels about his protoge becoming a superior comedian.  Hmmm.

-Dave Q.

I don’t watch a lot of  TV.  If it’s not The Office, Scrubs, or sports, I’m doing other stuff.  Which explains why I don’t watch C.S.I.  I have seen parts of a couple of episodes, and the concept of the show is pretty cool.  But it’s hard to keep it all straight.  There is a C.S.I. New York, another one in Miami, C.S.I. Budapest is slotted to come out in the fall, etc.  Too much effort needed towards TV.  I’d rather go outside.

Anyway, I have some friends who work in a different department from me in my company.  And the head trainer there is cooking something up with a C.S.I. theme.  And while doing that, it looks like he got a few of them to pose for what can only be described as promo pics for the show.  And one of the pics leaked…

My hats off to all of them, because I don’t think I could have kept a straight face.  They all look so damn cool.  So smug.  So confident.  So glamorous.  Chances are they will never speak to me again.  Either because they’ve gone Hollywood and are too good to talk to me, or because they are mad that I posted this pic online.  I’ll have to explain to them that no one reads this blog.  Hopefully that calms them down.  Seriously though, I could swear a couple of them are now wearing their sunglasses indoors.

Great pic, guys.  My only suggestion for next time?  Guns.  Sweet, sexy guns…  :)

-Dave Q.

Conan O’Brien and Walker Texas Ranger

Just wanted to publicly say thanks to Conan O’Brien for 16 years of late night hillarity.  I hope he brings the same comic genius to The Tonight Show in May.  But until then, I’ll have to hunt the web for classic Conan clips like the one above.

The above clip is from when he would play random clips of Walker, Texas Ranger.  If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then go back to watching Nick At Nite.

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  • My parents used to abandon me a lot as a child. In the morning, they'd take me to my school and then abandon me there, until school got out. Then at night, after they tucked me in bed, they'd abandon me and go to sleep in their own bedroom. Sometimes they'd let me sleep with them in their room, but if I started playing my guitar they'd take me back to my bedroom and abandon me again. Once, they abandoned me for a whole week, at my grandparents' house.