Saturday, November 19, 2005

My Christmas Wish List

Santa's gone high-tech. Here's my Christmas list with corresponding hyperlinks to specific stores for easy shipping. I also accept cash, money orders and personal checks with two forms of I.D. Check back regularly for updates.

(Note: I certainly don't expect to get most of the things on this list. However, I feel I should cover my bases in case any wealthy philanthropists happen to stumble upon this site.)

• iPod Video 30 gig (
• 15" Powerbook (
• The Office, Season One on DVD (
• BMW M5 (
• A Dilbert or Far Side desk calendar
• One of these (
• Some iTunes downloads might be cool
• A digital camcorder
• Gasoline for a year
• A Mediterranean Cruise
• Some Sheepskin Slippers (
• Call of Duty 2 for Xbox
• Star Wars Battlefront II for Xbox

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

The Scare-o-nator™

The Scare-o-nator™ made an early appearance today. We'd Scare-o-nated two people before 11:00 (and, as it turns out, Paul's peripheral vision isn't nearly as good as we thought it was). We have also discovered that a whisper, in some cases such as Rachel's, works better that the shout.

For those of you who may not know, The Scare-o-nator™ is a +7 foot long tube used for greeting people whose desks are placed quite a distance from their office door. The Scare-o-nator Mini™, cousin to the original Scare-o-nator™, is a short, sub-three foot tube used when forced to work in confined spaces.

Caryn, however, is the ultimate goal. Ryan's experiences in the past teach us that Caryn is the most dramatic when she's Scare-o-nated. However, since the reintroduction of The Scare-o-nator™, Scare-o-nation has yet to occur. Don't worry, I'll let you know when it happens, because it WILL happen. Also, I'll keep a log of who has been scared, what time it happened and what their reaction was for your viewing pleasure.