Thursday, January 31, 2008

Dwight Schrute for President


It is too late for him to make a serious run this election but i think by 2012, he could be a very viable candidate. Those of you that are familiar with Dwight already know that he is very active in the community with many volunteer efforts and successful fund raising efforts. He is very serious about the war on drugs and security. He is an extremely hard worker and very loyal. He hasn't been in Washington for a lifetime like many of the candidates, so he doesn't have to repay all of the favors to the big business that donated to his campaign to ge him elected. He has great leadership ability and won't be afraid to go in there and clean house. He has survival skills that could come in handy. Although he hasn't served in the military, he does have experience with hand to hand combat. He is in great health and will be the type of no B.S. president this country needs in this time of uncertainty and fear.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

What happens in vegas...


What happens in vegas usually makes it way back home with you and has people laughing at you for weeks and sometimes years... epecially when you take pictures to document it. Last weekend, a few people from our office went down to las vegas for a "convention/trade show". A couple of them spent all of their time and money at "Thunder from Down Under". How do you turn in a travel expense report with exotic dancing on it? Drive marketing gave Cynthia and Kat money for meals, but every single receipt the turned in for breafast lunch and dinner were from the same resaurant and they were BIG tippers.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Tapioca

megan made some tapioca the other day and it has been a while since many of you have heard this little gem which originally debuted on our answering machine several years ago. enjoy.
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Friday, January 11, 2008

New Years Resolutions

In light of the new year, i have come up with a few new years resolutions.
most people have some sort of resolutions every year but this year i have decided to make some for other people. It makes me feel better about my own life when i point out things that others need to improve on.

Craig Bradley: Stop eating double cheeseburgers with a large side of fries and double dipping sauce. At least you drink diet coke so you won't have those extra unwanted calories.

Luke bradley: you need to work on being less awesome. Being as awesome as you are, it makes everybody around you feel inferior. i think the picture below proves my point.
Zach bradley: Feed the warrior 20 lbs. You feed the warrior by training the body to respond to the mind. Pain is temporary, quiting is forever! If you want i can show you how to kill the coward within.

Quinn bradley: Go to the bathroom in the toilet, diapers are expensive.

Sara sargent: Learn to play "More than words" on the guitar.

Matt bradley: Stop being a Man-Whore & trim your ear hairs occasionally. You shave your whole head, face and legs, how much longer could it take to do your ears?

Olivia bradley: learn long division.

Kevin tanner: get a date with a real girl.

Zoe bradley: quit bugging olivia

Megan bradley: You don't need to improve on anything. you complete me.

Adam bradley: do they have anger management classes in your neck of the woods? and stop helping the livestock over the fence.

Bryce Johnson: dust off that bike, you are going to ride it more than 3 times this year and you might even learn how to fix a flat.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Rodent Death House

For Christmas "Santa" brought #1,2 & 3 just what they asked for...a Hampster. The gilrs opened their presents and saw the hampster in an old cage from the last hampster we had a year ago. Santa even brought the hampster a new carriage to ride in.
#1 has been reading Calvin and Hobbes a lot lately and since this hampster was a boy she decided to call him Calvin. The experts say that you should let a hampster adapt to it's new environment for a few days before handling it too much. CHristmas was on tuesday and we waited a few days before touching him to let him get settled in. on Thursday morning we took the lid off the cage and let the girls pet him a little but not pick him up. He didn't seem to mind too much. The girls asked if after dinner they could get him out and play with him. i agreed so as i was finishing up with dinner and helping megan clean up a bit, #1 came down stairs crying. She said that Calvin was dead. I told her he was probably just sleeping since hampsters were nocternal. she cried some more and told me she new he was really dead since she was poking him and he wouldn't move. I went up stairs and she was right, he was dead. I picked up the hampster and put him into a plastic bag and we went to Petco. Rodents have a 15 day return policy. We walked in and told the lady that the hampster "Santa" gave us died and we wanted to get another one. She took us back and showed us what they had. Only 2 in stock and one of them had an eye infection. we took the only "healthy" hampster they had and went home. this was a girl hampster so #1 named her suzy after calvin's arch-nemisis. before putting her in her cage we sterilized the cage with bleach, bought the same kind of bedding they had at the store and the same kind of food, not to mention, we stopped at the grocery store to get some cabbage. We were told all of these things were best for the $8 rodent. we put her in her cage and watched her for the next couple days get aquinted to her surroundings. On saturday morning, she was dead. #1 didn't cry as much over this 2nd hampster death. #3 keeps walking around saying "our mousy is dead!" over the years we have had a few hampsters and even though #1 sometimes forgets to close their cage and they get misplaced for a few days , they usually last from 12-24 months. i think Petco is selling inbred, disease infested rodents to poor unsuspecting consumers.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Presidential Primaries

Many of you are probably still trying to figure out who will ruin our country the least over the next 4 years, but on the other hand, I am extremely tired of hearing the word "CHANGE" come form the mouths of the candidates.

please watch this ad to help you make up your mind.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDUQW8LUMs8

I don't agree with many of his policies but the fear for my wife and children if i don't vote for him might be enough to get me to vote him into office.