This morning I got an AD reminder...

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This morning I got an AD reminder...

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abr. 24, 2008, 8:12am

I was watching the Today show before heading out to work and they promoed (sp?) a story about a blind man who had spent 40 minutes chasing and subduing an intruder in his home. This of course made me think of Maggie Lizer. I'm sure this guy was actually blind though!

Anybody else have things that make them think of random AD episodes?

abr. 24, 2008, 8:14pm

In the winter where I work there was a guy named Judd. It was all I could do to not say "His name is Judd," just like the Judge Reinhold magazine adds and Franklin.

abr. 24, 2008, 8:47pm

Somebody in another thread mentioned it was "Take your daughter to work day." (bib :)

I wonder if George Michael got to go.

juny 18, 2008, 7:49pm

Does anyone get "Real Simple" magazine? It is where I first found out about Library Thing almost a year ago. Well, they always do a little quote to introduce an article. In the June issue they had an article about juice. Can you guess who the quote came from?
There's unlimited juice? This party is going to be off the hook.

And this was from before the hook!

juny 22, 2008, 3:10pm

I have been visiting The Green Dragon group lately and I notice that they really like roombas. It always reminds me of "Robot."

In fact, I named my new vacuum Robot after Lucille's. Compared to my old vacuum it almost goes by itself, but unlike roombas, I need to be controlling it.

set. 25, 2008, 9:22pm

Each Sunday my extended family gets together. If we can do it without fighting, politics may come up. Usually someone mentions that McCain has short arms. At that point those of us who are AD fans start doing Godzilla impersonations, just like on the show. At the end we all point out that we are out of vodka.

oct. 10, 2008, 9:38pm

Remember the freedom sign guy on the boat in the first episode and how every time they showed him throughout the series they played a certain freedom song? I heard the song on a commercial for a credit card consolidation company this morning.

feb. 8, 2009, 8:32pm

Family dinner was at my aunt and uncle's house tonight. It was turkey and after carving, my uncle put the turkey back in the oven to keep warm. The tray got very hot, and people kept touching it by mistake. When that would happen, my cousin, brother and I would make Cornballer remarks. "Don't touch the Cornballer" and "Aye, caramba!"