Somebody went and created a chart describing how connected you are to when you signed up for Twitter. I joined Twitter waaaaay back in early 2007, so I guess I’m more awesome than everybody else. Click the image to actually read the thing.
Proof positive that I’m a futurist. Or, at least, an innovator. Well, I’m something, the Internet told me so!
I don’t know what’s going on here either, folks. There appears to be a panda, Shaquille O’Neal, and…well, that’s about it. I figured I’d make me my own personal Demotivator® and see how that worked out.
Click through to see the image at full Shaq–panda–size.
It’s this or YouTube videos, people. And I don’t need to remind you what a scary thing that can be? Trust me, you don’t want that.
Or McCain. Whatever.
What I want to know is, aren’t these backwards?
This is the image I cropped to stick as the holiday banner (see it on the home page). Gonna use that as the default for all the more patriotic holidays.
Honestly glad to find this image to use, since I don’t really think I need to be using Charisma Carpenter wearing that flag any more. And by “honestly glad,” I mean, “I wish Charisma wasn’t wrapped in that flag, I wish she was wrapped up in some Suppa–Huggy Johnnie Bear!”
That would be me. I…would be…the Suppa–Huggy…thing.
Too much information. Note to self: learn to fight impulses.
But I am incredibly thankful for the blessings I do have, even if those blessings are relatively Cordy–free.
Photo: Tech Sgt. Cohen Young, Joint Combat Camera Center Iraq.
A reminder of what those of us who actually went there, did that, really went there and did that for. See the larger, uncropped version at Soldiers’ Angels Germany.