July 31, 2009

Pee, Tea, Latte

  1. Two cats peeing on the carpet: They were told to tink outside of the box.
  2. Do practitioners of tai chi enjoy chai tea?
  3. Late is just one tiny, common letter away from latte. Anyone have a 't'?

July 30, 2009

Department Store Philosophy, Getting Shot, Tea Time

  1. Life is a department store. Lots to see, often overpriced, people chasing after inferior items, and too much gets returned after Christmas.
  2. Shot Advantage: Can be consumed quickly, and leaves room for breakfast.
  3. Coffee drinkers are unconcerned with tea times. Fore?

July 29, 2009

Nathan Hale's Lament, Bro(c)ke I'm, Duke of Earl

  1. My only regret is that I cannot drink coffee all day. - something Nathan Hale wished he would have said.
  2. I'm Bro(c)ke - Brockeim re-arranged (so check my ads)
  3. The world needs the Duke of Earl.

July 28, 2009

Fools Treading, Whites, Nashing Toward a Holiday

  1. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread, it is true. Other fools never tread at all.
  2. Look very carefully. White paper is not so white.
  3. Ogden Nash should have a holiday in his honor.

July 27, 2009

Dream Flavor, Pop Culture, Eco-Nonsense

  1. What flavor is coffee in your dreams?
  2. The term 'pop culture' is enculturated by those who deny being part of it.
  3. Modern children's eco-friendly machine: Bio-operated invisible, imaginary motorboat.

July 24, 2009

Toothlessness, Last Thing I Remember, Blue Moon

  1. Toothlessness is the bane of dentistry and politics.
  2. The last I remember was... wait, now there's something new. Here we go again...
  3. How can a blue moon be made of green cheese?

July 23, 2009

United We Stood, Energizer God, What A (Not So?) Beautiful World

  1. United we stand? I wish we still did. The fight is important.
  2. Coffee is God's gift to unenergetic people.
  3. If we lived everything we believed, would this world be scarier or more beautiful?

July 22, 2009

Sharkspeare, Brighten Days with a Dark Drink., Middle Ages

  1. Sharkspeare.. if a fish was the Bard.
  2. Coffee is dark, yet, when swallowed, it brightens our outlook on life. Go figure.
  3. The middle of the week is not necessarily the middle of the month.

July 21, 2009

Lifted Mugs, #Coffee, Autoocorect

  1. Mugs lifted up are quieter than when set down. Empty the mug before replacing.
  2. If I type #coffee with the pound sign, will I get real #coffee?
  3. Autoocorect would eb graet if if caugt everthing.

July 20, 2009

Coffee Pairing, Rest It, Betty Boop

  1. Not everything goes with coffee.
  2. Give what a rest? I'm tired. Coffee, remember?
  3. What if Betty Boop got married to Charlie Brown?

July 17, 2009

Faster?, Counting?, Lemonading

  1. What's fast is defined by what's slower.
  2. Who's counting? Really. Right now. Counting. Who?
  3. Lemonade was made for drinking.

July 16, 2009

What's in Yours?, Clarksville Training, Cha-cha-cha

  1. What's in your mug?
  2. I hear there is a last train going to Clarksville, but I can't find the depot.
  3. Cha-cha-cha. Saying it just never gets old. Cha-cha-cha.

July 15, 2009

Baby Ga Ga Rage, Free-Thinking?, Bass Pain

  1. Garage'? No, that's not the sociological term for babies who are seriously ticked off. That might be 'Crib Rage'.
  2. How often do we only like our free-thinking heroes when they agree with us?
  3. Fish hook stuck in a widemouth? Pain the bass.

July 14, 2009

Stewing, Social Media Circa 1950, Chicken Teeth

  1. Stewing? Try brewing.
  2. Coffee shops: the original social media.
  3. "Sink your teeth into it." - Something chickens never are told by their coaches.

July 13, 2009

Political Insignificance, Car Songs, Adam's English

  1. In 100 years, everyone who supported your candidate in 2008 will be dead. So what matters most?
  2. What song do you most often sing in the car?
  3. Adam and Eve did not speak English.

July 10, 2009

Barista Tipping, Nothing to Sneeze At, Big City Blues

  1. Have you thanked your barista lately? Tip generously.
  2. A good sneeze is worth a thousand... well, not a thousand of anything.
  3. All big cities were once small towns. Wouldn't it be nice if some still were?

July 09, 2009

Boxed In Before the Coffin, Nothing New Under the Sun, Toothaches

  1. Much of life is lived in a box. Those who live outside of the box only moved to a different box. Then we die, and our bodies are put into another box.
  2. Originality is a myth.
  3. Toothaches. There is nothing in that which says, "Good time tonight."

July 08, 2009

Tim Leary's TV, Rock Life, Mowing Down the Lawn

  1. "Tune in, turn on, drop out..."
    Timothy Leary, trying to explain why he tossed his TV out the window while still plugged in.
  2. The music group Reunion sang, "Life is a rock." Paul Simon sang, "I am a rock." Both were rock singers. I see a pattern.
  3. Lawnmowers mow lawns... not much else.

July 07, 2009

Ketchup, Limerick Limericks, Replacing the Internet

  1. Sometimes, there really is enough ketchup.
  2. Know any limericks about limericks, or about a man from Limerick?
  3. If the newspapers are being replaced by the internet, what will replace the internet?

July 06, 2009

Unrest in the Chicken King, Reruns, The Shining

  1. There was a chicken coup. Bloodless. Just ask the new rooster.
  2. Marathon athletes who turn around, and follow the same path back to the start... rerun?
  3. The sun always shines.

July 03, 2009

Patriots, Full of Sh..t, Trajectory

  1. Today is more than a day off to spend as you like. You can spend as you like because of what today represents.
  2. If I eat lots of sheet cake, does this mean I am full of sheet?
  3. Trajectory only implies potential.

July 02, 2009

Faith, Hunger, Cataloupe

  1. There are four kinds of people regarding faith: Those who have it and admit it. Those who don't have it and admit it. Those who have it and don't admit it. Those who don't have it and don't admit it.
  2. Hunger shows up 40,700,000 times in Google.
  3. Kiss a cantaloupe today, just so you can say you did.

July 01, 2009

Day Noir, Freedom, Shaded Sunglasses

  1. Today began like any other day... unassuming, quiet, the sort of day that has the sun rising in the east. And this day started as all days should start... with a cup of coffee.
  2. In America, July 1 gets shorted as we think of July 4, reminding us of what we wish all Mankind could celebrate: Freedom.
  3. Shades and sunglasses are the same thing. Strange, isn't it?