Thursday, April 28, 2005

Sucking Games

The other day, while cleaning my domicile , I came to one undeniable, inescapable conclusion - vacuums suck.

Wandering and adventuring (as I am wont to do), I found the Dyson Vacuum and it really sucks (I mean this sucker really sucks). There is a game associated with this sucker, known as the Dyson Telescope game. The game is a series of puzzles actually, for people who like to play with balls and are not too particular about who's balls are being played with.

Now, if you are bored with playing with your own balls or those of the near and dear, give a go to Mr. Dyson's balls:

http://www.dyson.com/game/default.asp?sinavtype=menu

Truth be told, I had a fine time playin' with Mr. Dyson's balls.

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Breast Cancer Announced

Talk radio host, Laura Ingraham, was diagnosed with breast cancer today.

Ms. Ingraham was not on the air this morning and called her own show to make the announcement herself. She called the morning's fill-in host, Rep. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz., directly from the hospital.

She says the tumor was not visible on the mammogram and was detected in a physical breast exam by her OB/GYN. Ms Ingraham further states she had not had an exam in more than three years which says Ingraham was "really stupid."

Please, please, please!!! Ladies do the breast exam regularly. Either by yourself or with your partner, but do it. Early detection can save your life and spare your loved ones a great deal of sorrow.

And gentlemen, you are not immune to the ravages of breast cancer. Men die from BC the same as women, only in fewer numbers. The same exam recommended for women will also save your life.

Let's all examine our breasts and those of our partners tonight. Whether or not we find tumors, it will be worth the extra time and attention.

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.

Monday, April 25, 2005

Indigo Red(faced) Correction

Friends, it has been brought to my attention that in the previous post I was possibly in error.

" The "Toilet Paper -- 100% Recycled" may NOT, I repeat, may NOT be recycled toilet paper.

The always very astute wxjames and the clever comrade Jamima pointed out the paper was "made from recycled paper and/or cardboard" and "ummhumm, wx is right on".

If I am understanding these two exceptionally bright individuals, they are implying, while I am inferring, that the 100% Recycled Toilet Paper is actually recycled ordinary, garden variety paper that has been gathered together, shredded and reformed into Toilet Paper. Upon reflection, I must admit that wxjames and comrade Jamima are probably right. These two are just too astute and clever for me.

My first post appears to be a complete fraud, untrue, and, yes - fake. I am so embarrassed.

Oh well!!

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.