May 29, 2007

Lil Black Malfi

So Mark2000's post, "What's Wrong With Smiling Malfi?" shows up in my reader, and I'm thinking, "Uh-oh, another kid found out why Malfi's are sold to adults, because that cushy soft naugahyde isn't chew-proof." But no [well, yeah, there...
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Posted by greg at 8:28 PM | Comments (1)

Graco, You Wanna Take This Outside?

Happy freakin' Father's Day to you, too, Graco. Oh, and you're welcome. My dad asked me what kind of portable crib he should get for the beach [our kid sleeps in her own bed, but my sister's 1.5yo needed a...
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Posted by greg at 3:03 PM | Comments (12)

Stone Cold Derek Lindsay Stars In Disorderly Conduct 41: Big Mac Attack

The 4-plex at the beach this weekend was showing Spiderman 3, Pirates 3, Shrek 3, and something else I forget, and I'm thinking, how can a summer movie season filled with repetitive, mindless, hypercommercialized, in-your-face sequels ever be entertaining?...
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Posted by greg at 1:49 PM | Comments (6)

Pepsi Generation One Kid Shy Of A Six-Pack

Here's the tip for all you National Zoo visitors out there: if you don't want me to criticize you for turning your entire brood of small children into walking billboards for the noxious corn syrup-and-caffeine-filled junk food that's going...
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Posted by greg at 1:27 PM | Comments (2)

Cold, Smelly Fusion: Diapers As Fuel In Japan

Treehugger links to what sounds like a non-story on DigInfo, a Japanese independent news video service. The headline: a Japanese company called Super Faiths has developed a technology for burning disposable diapers as fuel! Before you get your kid's...
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Posted by greg at 9:58 AM | Comments (3)

Whew, I'm Not Crazy. Pancake Mountain IS The Best Kids Music TV Show Ever.

I don't know much, but I know what I like, and I don't care what you think, which, when it comes to kids, really makes a mess of the whole idea of transmitting musical taste. Still, Roger Moore's excellent...
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Posted by greg at 9:26 AM | Comments (0)