Neat video… Look.
Neat video… Look.
My closest associates and I here at admit-one
began a game of monopoly last night that is spilling over
into today (well later this evening). I got to wondering
about just what the longest game ever played was.
My daughter said 4 years and I doubted that so I
had to check. Turns out that it was 70 days, sheesh!
Check out these other interesting tidbits and be
sure to click “fun facts”.
Over 5,120,000,000 little green houses
have been “constructed” since the MONOPOLY®
game was introduced in 1935.
In Cuba, the game had a strong following until
Fidel Castro took power and ordered all known
Don’t you just love the Radio Orphan Annie secret
decoder scene in the movie A Christmas Story?
Little Ralphie recieved the 1940 version of the
decoder in the movie which was the last metal one
Getting your hands on one could be costly but sure
would be neat. If you can’t afford one, check out
this website. You can print one and assemble it
just like the real thing. Then buy their CD set of the
classic ROA shows and decode the messages for
From my family to you and yours, We here
at admit-one would like to wish you all a
very Merry Christmas.
Hope St. Nick is good to you.
Leave it to Swiss Army knife to add a
USB ram drive to their pocket knife
Kick ass eye candy… Enjoy.
Prepare to be shocked.
The US is insolvent. There is simply no way for
our national bills to be paid under current levels
of taxation and promised benefits. Our federal
deficits alone now total more than 400% of GDP.
Would you like to have an anonymous phone number
for an hour? How about a day? Perhaps a week?
Well you can.
Cool game of chaos and chain reactions.
Tackle box of the month award.
The Nietzsche Family Circus pairs a
randomized Family Circus cartoon
with a randomized Friedrich Nietzsche
quote. Pretty clever.
Some really cool art done by Mike Libby. Be
sure to check out the entire collection and
The Los Angeles Zoo has a rich and colorful history,
and this is where it all began. in the Griffith Park
canyon. after years of neglect and scandal, the
voters approved an eight million dollar bond to
move the zoo to its present location. Read and
see the rest.
This is also entertaining..