Friday, May 13, 2005

The Fab Five

The Packers are a bit slow and the Brewers had yesterday off, so figured I'd skip the sports talk and just see how other blogs look. For those of you who have not seen this, I hit the "next blog" button in the upper right 5x and see what the next 5 random blogs are, then report on them. So without further ado, here are The Fab Five:

Buying Real Estate in Argentina
A rich guy decides that he is going to live life as if he only has 3 years to live. Travels around the world and spends just tons of money. He decides to sell all his stuff and become a real estate mogul in Argentina. Must be nice to have that much money.

LoboHombre Riera
Site from Spain. The first picture is somebody walking 2 people on leashes. Apparently, this is a common practice there like dog walking. People pay to have someone come get them and then walk them around.

All Dat Matters
Yep, 1 of deeze sites i h8. Spelln lik dis. whatev.

Dynamix Notes
A techie has a site, and there's a whole lot of computer tech stuff I don't understand on here. 2 things that don't surprise me: 1- Much discussion on a joke they are going to play, but then caution that a blog is a public place and to not to talk much about it. (then why post anything about it in the first place?) 2- Rather excited about the new Star Wars movie about to come out. Another chance to dress up and pretend you're a Jedi in public with friends.

Prickly Pig
A blog entry is about ordering a Wendy's salad, and with it, a picture of said salad. It's not a funny or amusing story. Just a description of the transaction and the picture. Tomorrow, this person is going to post about how their order went for dinner at Arby's, then the exciting conclusion to changing the roll of toilet paper.


Geoff said...


You forgot to mention that those five blogs were written by Brett Farve, Ahman Green and so on.......

I got a good laugh from your descriptions, have a good weekend....


Cheesehead Craig said...

Good stuff, I laughed and I cried. I am enjoying a out of routine day, which is a routine day.
I love you so much...