Tuesday, August 30, 2005

A keen eye

And thanks to Paul (aka Shaggy) for this one...

look in tbe second row of contestants in the photo attached to this story.


27s galore

Today was a big day for The Chronicles of 27. :)

Thanks to Eden, for bringing this to my attention:

Oh please. All hell's supposed to break loose when you're 27. When I called Tom Robbins last week to tell him the fascinating fact that sperm leaves the human male at just over 27 miles an hour, Tom replied, “That's good, because women go through a second adolescence at 27.” Kurt Cobain, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Jim Morrison all died at 27. (The number 27 is also powerfully romantic; see the last question.)

And there's more!

In fact, I'm going to deliver to you 27 incredibly handsome possibilities. Yes! You'll be driving up to Vermont in no time at all. Just go to www.Catch27.com—it's my new Web site where you get 27 hot catches and then (because I know you're picky) you trade the ones you don't want…just like baseball cards!

These are answers to questions on Ask E. Jean

Wednesday, August 24, 2005


Marty McFly: I had a horrible nightmare. It was terrible.
Lorraine Baines: Well, you're safe and sound now. Back on the good old 27th floor.
Marty McFly: 27th floor?

Monday, August 15, 2005

Friday, August 12, 2005

Orioles First Baseman Rebuffs Press Corps With Spirited Denials

Rafael Palmeiro, the first baseman for the Baltimore Orioles who was suspended by Major League Baseball after testing positive for steroids, stunned the worlds of baseball and politics alike today by retiring from his sport to become the new White House press spokesman.Most baseball insiders had expected Mr. Palmeiro to return to his position at first base upon finishing his suspension, making his decision to replace Scott McClellan as White House spokesman all the more surprising.But the plain-spoken Palmeiro impressed White House staffers in his first press briefing today, jutting his index finger in the faces of reporters and offering no fewer than twenty-seven spirited denials in answer to their questions.