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scrubbing bubbles shower cleaner commercial

No, I’m not sure what that is a reference too either. But it is a search term that someone used today. And not only that but in using it they somehow got pointed to my site.

Off the top of my head I don’t think I’ve ever referenced scrubbing bubbles in a post (until now) or indeed shower cleaner products in general never mind their commercials.

Sadly when I tried the same…


Nuketown is a site with a mission. Its tag is “A libertarian science fiction webzine” and thats what you’re going to get when you vist.

Kenneth Newquist has been running this site in one form or another for a long time by web standards. Longer I think that there’s been any form of Solar Flare. And that goes back 6-7 years now. Like Solar Flare, Nuketown has undergone some changes in…

Which to Pick?

There are three games that have come out for the PS2 this month that I’m really interested in. Problem is that I have kids on the way. Have I mentioned that enough recently? So I’m supposed to be saving money. Not to mention I’m getting kind of busy.

Smackdown vs. Raw is the latest in the series of WWE wrestling games for the PS2. I’ve bought the previous three games in…

Reasons To Have Sons

So I’m having twins, two boys as it turns out. And its a lot of work (this is before they actualy arrive so you know it’s going to get worse). But every now and then I see things that remind me why having son’s is just going to be cool. For example:

Its a 1:6 scale remote control Cadillac Escalade. The box is 35.8″ x 15.9″ x 15.1″ and weighs 13.65…

Once In A Blue Moon

According to the folks at Nasa, we’ll have a blue moon on July 31st. Well actually it won’t look blue, it’ll look greyish like it normally does. However, technically as the the second moon in a calendar month, its a “blue” moon.

Turns out though that there are occasions when the moon looks blue (or sometimes red). You can read all about it over at the Nasa site. Its not exactly…

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