Randomness of the Web

How to disguise your Tofu at Thanksgiving? Tofurkey Disguise Kit. That’s funny a vegan with a sense of humor how unusual.

Confessions of a Polygamists Wife: insights into sharing a husband and the arrangement. So where do you go to purchase king sized bunk beds? (Work and Kid Safe)

Ephebophilia: Is it just me or have Female teacher’s become the new sexual predators? This link lists recent female teachers caught in underage sexual contact with students. I was surprised at how many there are and how few actual served any jail time. If these teachers were male they would be deemed predators and locked away. A Utah Legislator has recently announced proposing a bill to allow for the death penalty for sexual predators who have been previously convicted.

I must admit that the movie Office Space is one of my all time favorites. Some one has re-cut the movie trailer to make it seem like a horror flick. Very Funny.

It turns out that at BYU Uniform modesty is still in question

Will It Blend? This is Online Viral Marketing at its best and it’s by a Utah Company and Utah Ad Agency and is truly genius.

Post It Notes Are they good for Animation? You be the judge.

The Best of… A website dedicated to Lists.

Pink – Who Knew

song: Who Knew

artist: Pink

album: I’m Not Dead

random fact: 

“My life was insane, I was

[in her youth] out of control and doing lots of stupid things. Some of my friends were selling crack, and I got into drugs too. I’ve always been honest about that, although I don’t like going into details. I’ve got lots of young fans and I wouldn’t want to give them any ideas. I found a friend dead from a drug overdose when I was 14. He was a male friend, not a boyfriend. Most of the people at the funeral were just children. It should have been a wake-up call for me, but it wasn’t.”

—Pink interviewed with the Daily Mail

Music video by P!nk performing Who Knew. (C) 2006 Zomba Recording, LLC

You took my hand
You showed me how
You promised me
You’d be around
Uh huh
That’s right
I took your words
And I believed
In everything
You said to me
Yeah huh
That’s right


If someone said three years from now
You’d be long gone
I’d stand up and punch them out
Cause they’re all wrong
I know better
‘Cause you said forever
And ever
Who knew

Remember when
We were such fools
And so convinced
And just too cool
Oh no,
No no.
I wish I could touch you again
I wish I could still call you a friend
I’d give anything


When someone said count your blessings now
‘fore they’re long gone
I guess I just didn’t know how
I was all wrong
They knew better
Still you said forever[Who Knew lyrics on http://www.metrolyrics.com]

And ever
Who knew

Yeah yeah
I’ll keep you locked in my head
Until we meet again
Until we
Until we meet again
And I won’t forget you my friend
What happened


If someone said three years from now
You’d be long gone
I’d stand up and punch them out
Cause they’re all wrong and
That last kiss
I’ll cherish
Until we meet again

And time makes
It harder
I wish I could remember

But I keep
Your memory
You visit me in my sleep

My darling

Who knew
My darling
My darling
Who knew
My darling
I miss you
My Darling
Who Knew

Who knew

Veteran’s Day

Today is veteran’s day. It is a celebration of those who have served this nation. I would just like to thank all that have made this nation great.Here are links to some Patriotic sites on the web.

The Origins of Veterans Day — World War I ended on November 11, 1918. On the same date three years later an unknown soldier from that war was buried at Arlington National Cemetery. November 11 eventually became the date when America honors all who have served the United States in war.

Activities for Veterans Day — Teachers will find suggestions for various school activities and the outline for a program. Even more Veterans Day information, including posters and a complete Teachers’ Veterans Day Resource Guide, can be found by clicking here.

Images of the Veterans Day National Ceremony — A small collection of images from the Veterans Day National Ceremony, held each year on November 11 at Arlington National Cemetery.

The History of the Purple Heart Award — It is one of the most recognized and respected medals awarded to members of the U.S. armed forces. Introduced as the “Badge of Military Merit” by General George Washington in 1782, the Purple Heart is also the nation’s oldest military award.

The Origins of Memorial Day — Since not long after America’s Civil War, American service members who died in battle have been honored — and their graves decorated — in the springtime.

The Flower of Remembrance — Learn how a simple red flower came to symbolize a perpetual tribute to those who have given their lives for the nation’s freedom.

The Story of Taps — Based on a French signal to end the soldier’s day, the melancholy bugle call now is also heard at military burials and memorial services.

Arlington National Cemetery — America’s best known national cemetery still buries service members and some veterans.

The United States Flag — How “The Stars and Stripes” design has changed since 1776.

The Pledge of Allegiance — The words, and how they are delivered, have changed several times since 1892.

“The Star-Spangled Banner” — Francis Scott Key’s poem and a British tune became the national anthem.

“Old Glory” — The story behind the affectionate name for the U.S. flag.

The Origins of Flag Day — The Continental Congress established the basic design of the U.S. flag on June 14, 1777, but many years passed before America officially observed National Flag Day.

Guidelines for Display of the Flag — Do’s and Don’ts to correctly show respect for the national banner.

Flying the American Flag at Half Staff — When and how the flag is lowered to signify a national period of mourning. Download in

Correct Method of Folding the United States Flag — Word and diagram instructions on how to fold the flag into a triangular shape for presentation or display.

The POW-MIA Flag — The symbol of our nation’s concern and commitment to resolving as fully as possible the fates of Americans still prisoner, missing and unaccounted for in Southeast Asia.

The American Bald Eagle — This majestic bird was not a unanimous choice as America’s national bird and symbol.

Gun Salutes — From visiting naval vessels saluting the host country to rifle volleys at a military funeral, the ceremonial firing of guns is a centuries-old tradition of showing honor and respect.

The Seal of the Department of Veterans Affairs — The elements in VA’s official seal symbolize the department’s mission of serving America’s 25 million living veterans and honoring the memory of those who served before them.

The Origin of the VA Motto — VA’s motto comes directly from one of President Abraham Lincoln’s most famous speeches.

National Cemeteries — The Department of Veterans Affairs maintains national cemeteries throughout the country for the burial of veterans of America’s armed forces, their spouses and young children.

Military Songs Inspire Troops, Preserve Tradition — VA’s motto comes directly from one of President Abraham Lincoln’s most famous speeches.

Is There Television News Political Bias?

According to the Washington Times there is… The Washington Times sites studies done by Center for Media and Public Affairs (CMPA).

The Big Three television networks have used unprecedented midterm election coverage to bash the Republican Party with negative stories, and plenty of them, a study says.
Only 12 percent of election stories that aired on NBC, ABC or CBS were favorable toward Republican candidates, according to a study released yesterday by the District-based Center for Media and Public Affairs (CMPA).
In contrast, Democrats basked in glory. The study found that 77 percent of the news accounts between Sept. 5 and Oct. 22 offered favorable evaluations of Democratic candidates and lawmakers.

Who knew that they weren’t agenda driven…
Courtesy of Russel Page