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Science prove shitty drivers cause traffic delay

"Dr Orosz continued: 'When you tap your brake, the traffic may come to a full stand-still several miles behind you. It really matters how hard you brake - a slight braking from a driver who has identified a problem early will allow the traffic flow to remain smooth. Heavier braking, usually caused by a driver reacting late to a problem, can affect traffic flow for many miles.'"

A lapse in judgment, or great opportunity?

As if I wasn't busy enough, I attended a meeting Friday with folks from The Creative Coast, Savannah Morning News, and a couple of other folks... and in a moment of weakness offered to host the site for this year's BlogSavannah (un)conference... which turned into hosting itself, as Drew can't do it this year.


Tonight was Christmas card picture night. The Wife had asked me about a dozen times to not forget to bring my tripod home from work. Then she took about 3 hours to get ready for her on-camera debut, while I set up by the fire (in 80 degree weather).
I did everything in my power to reach a calm, happy state.
Of course, we ordered our photo cards online from QOOP, so they'll probably arrive on the 15th...of January.


Quoth The Wife: "You are such a guy."

Warning - NSFW language.

Drunk Redneck Jumps His Suzuki - Watch more free videos

I think I have a new catchphrase.

"We're getting rid of cable" or "I heart the internets"

The Wife and I had some sort of epiphany the other night. You know the kind - the sort that lights up like a beacon on the horizon, leading you to a new path in your life.... or like a bowl full of jalapeño queso dip, just gives you awful gas.

We realized that we'd barely turned on the television in more than a week.

Google Street View coming to Savannah

I spotted this begadgeted Chevy Cobalt heading West on Hwy 80 toward Tybee Island.

Guess that means that some time soon you'll see me on Google Maps, speeding along, iPhone in hand, trying to take a decent picture. Obviously I failed.

Will be cool to get street-level views of the historic district though.

Strangest spam yet

 From:  	 Administrative Support
 Sent:  	 Mon 11/12/2007 8:55 AM
 Subject:  	 Per your request.

Recipe: Tuna Salad


  1  ea  Env. Golden Onion Soup Mix  
  1 1/2  c  Milk  
  10  oz  Frozen Peas & Carrots *  
  8  oz  Medium Egg Noodles **  
  6 1/2  oz  Tuna, Drained & Flaked  
  2  oz  Shredded Cheddar Cheese ***  

   * Frozen Peas & Carrots should be thawed. 
   ** Egg Noodles should be cooked and drained. 
   *** Cheese should equal 1/2 C

   Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In large bowl, blend         


"Have I got one helluva human interest story for ya"

That was the start of the phone call in which I received the 'hot tip' that resulted in this story.

When he pulled the shaking, nearly lifeless bird from of the marsh, it was clear what was holding it down: A large clam had closed on the bird's foot, and it didn't let go until B.J. pried it off with a knife.

"It felt like there was a huge anchor on him," he said. "That clam was as big as my hand, and this little egret was just a baby. It was the biggest clam I've ever seen."


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