Thursday, December 16, 2010

I'm not kidding.

Wish I was, try explaining this movie to someone who hasn't seen the trailer.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

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That was me trying to get the tablet to recognize my handwriting. Yep. The good thing is I find typing to be much more conducive to conveyance. I’ve diddled around with the preferences and what not and I’ll be hot damned if half of what I type doesn’t come out sounding encrypted at best. Go figure.


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Short Hiatus

Sorry, I've been so slow lately. I have this cold I can NOT seem to shake and it's kicked my ass again this weekend. I'm gonna focus on getting better so if it's quiet on this end it isn't because Depp and I have run off to Aruba, alas, it's because I'm in bed with tissue stuffed up my nose.

Saturday, December 4, 2010


Now I don't like the newer models, I'm all about the contrasting PIA panels, but, this means buying another used will be that much more difficult. I love my Element, it's debadged and looks like a little green tank.

The Honda Element, popular with dog owners and some types of businesses, will be discontinued after the 2011 model year, American Honda Motor Co. announced Friday.
Introduced in December 2002, the Element started a trend of box-on-wheels design reflected in Toyota's Scion xB and Mitsubishi's Outlander, among others.
"The Element proved that ultimate functionality can often come from thinking inside the box," John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda, said in a press release. "It made boxy vehicle designs cool." gave the short-but-tall utility vehicle generally positive reviews.
"Behind that cubist philosophy is a level of versatility that sets it apart from many other small wagons and compact SUVs," the editors wrote of the 2011 model.
The Element was the subject of several recalls: 2003/04, ignition switch mechanism; 2007/08, braking system and stability module; and 2010, transmission shift cable.
Honda said it has sold about 325,000 Elements, but customers are increasingly attracted to crossover SUVs.