Monday, October 25, 2010

Chuck Norris Jokes

A List:

  • Superman has Chuck Norris pajamas.
  • Chuck Norris lost both legs in an accident and walked it off. 
  • Chuck Norris counted to infinity...twice
  • MC hammer learned the hard way that Chuck Norris CAN touch this
  • There's no such thing as evolution, Just a list of animals Chuck Norris allows to live
  • Chuck Norris vacationed at the Virgin Islands. Now they're just known as The Islands.
  • Every time Chuck Norris hears the term "Virgin Mary," he chuckles to himself.
  • Chuck Norris played 18 holes of golf and scored 14.
  • Behind every successful man, there is a woman. Behind every dead man, there is Chuck Norris.
  • Chuck Norris has never won an Academy Award for acting... because he's not acting.
  • Chuck Norris wears a cup not to protect himself, but to protect the players on the other team.


    And here is a youtube video of Chuck Norris on Chuck Norris!

    Another Embarrassing Chiquita Photo


    From our Chiquita Banana photo shoot last week at the NC State Fair. ??Thank goodness I didn't let Joy talk me into auditioning for the "Marriage Ref".??

    Saturday, October 16, 2010

    NC State Fair 2010


    Just another day at the fair! This is about our 15th consecutive. Now
    you see why.

    Wednesday, October 13, 2010

    Amazon to Launch ???Kindle Singles???

    This does sound like a great idea. Competition is really bringing out some great products lately!

    via on 10/12/10

    Amazon to Launch “Kindle Singles”:

    (via infoneer-pulse)

    Less than 10,000 words or more than 50,000: that is the choice writers have generally faced for more than a century—works either had to be short enough for a magazine article or long enough to deliver the “heft” required for book marketing and distribution. But in many cases, 10,000 to 30,000 words (roughly 30 to 90 pages) might be the perfect, natural length to lay out a single killer idea, well researched, well argued and well illustrated—whether it’s a business lesson, a political point of view, a scientific argument, or a beautifully crafted essay on a current event.

    Today, Amazon is announcing that it will launch “Kindle Singles”—Kindle books that are twice the length of a New Yorker feature or as much as a few chapters of a typical book. Kindle Singles will have their own section in the Kindle Store and be priced much less than a typical book.

    This is a great idea.