Archive for the ‘Funny’ Category

Filed Under (Funny) by Sean on March-17-2008

For some reason this never gets old for me. I always crack up when watching this. Enjoy!



Filed Under (Business, Funny) by Sean on February-23-2008

Irreverent, funny, and good representation of what happened in the sub-prime mortgage meltdown. Check out the slide show from Google Docs here.



Filed Under (Funny) by Sean on February-22-2008

This Non Sequitur comic by Wiley Miller was published in today’s Houston Chronicle. Classic. Click on it to get full sized image. See other Non Sequitur comics here.

Get Rich Quick Seminar



Filed Under (Funny, Houston) by Sean on February-21-2008

I just received these pictures from my good friend Jill, who received them from a third party. They were taken here in Houston two days ago on Highway 59 northbound around W. Airport Blvd. Out here, the lanes are very wide. A couple of miles up the road, however, our friend is in for a very nasty surprise as the lanes get narrower (or at least there are a lot more cars). Perhaps he is using one of these devices which has made him forgetful. I hope he makes it to the Darwin Awards Finals! Click on the image to get a higher resolution picture. Enjoy!

Yes!

Brilliant!



Filed Under (Funny, Life) by Sean on February-14-2008

I had to really do a double take and make sure I wasn’t on a parody website of Amazon.com when I saw this. What’s next, a steering wheel attached dinner tray? Click to take a closer look:

Read a book and drive! Yes let’s read up while we’re chugging away in our 6 ton SUV.

That’s not the best part – you’ve got to visit the Amazon product page for this to get a load of the comments. I haven’t laughed this hard in months. Here are a few:

This product far exceeds my expectations. I was not only able to read a book while driving, but with my free hands I was able to talk on my cell phone, while also sipping on my latte! For some reason, everyone keeps honking at me and flipping me off, but it doesn’t matter, because I am too engrossed in my reading to care. I hope this comes back into stock, my 16 year old cousin could really use one.

I bought this item 6 months ago and its great. I can read while driving and best of all, I can move it to a new car everytime i crash my current one. So far, I’ve gone through 5 cars in 6 months, and this thing attaches to every steering wheel. My insurance company is threatening to drop me, but without this item, I simply wouldn’t be able to fill out my insurance form while driving. Too bad about the small type on their contracts, tho. Now I’ll need a 6th car!

Great for use as a music stand. It holds sheet music and allows me to use both hands to play my guitar while driving down the interstate. There was a lot of glare through the glass from outside but I was able to fix that by spray painting all my windows black. I found I could navigate using my iphone google maps while practicing my guitar. Highly recommended. I’ll use it in all my cars.

I love to read and I drive a lot for work, but it’s not a standard automobile. Does anybody know if this will fit a regulation school bus steering wheel?

This product works great, but one word of caution. The Easy Reader WILL NOT fit on a motorcycle’s steering assembly. The device fails to hold down the pages and rattles like crazy at any speed over 5 mph. Guess we’ll have to wait for a motorbike version to come out.

This product is absolutely marvelous! I never thought I would ever finish the new Harry Potter book, but this helped out TREMENDOUSLY! Not only that, it also holds my Hustlers. So now I have a free hand to reach into the glove box, and get out a kleenex! It would be a lot better if I was ambidextrous. But, that’s okay! Thanks to the Easy Reader, I am now fluent in turbo-tossing! Thanks again!

It’s like a touch of home in my car, I have a place to put my bathroom reading materials and a beer, all in convenient view of the road. No more having to fumble around in the passenger foot rest at high speeds looking for the 40 oz I just dropped. No more pages sticking to my hands while driving.

This has worked so well, I’ve bought one for each one of the eight cars I’ve had in the past 7 months.

Before I had to steer with my knees in order to turn the page. After buying this, I still steer with my knees, but I use my hands to adjust the on my homemade beer helmet! Never did I think drinking and driving could be so fun and educational!

Wow. I predict a sharp increase in the number of future Darwin Award nominees.

An extra star for cleaning out the gene pool.