Here’s the ten comments leading up to and including the 5,000th comment for historical purposes (Let it be known that only spudart knew that I was approaching 5,000. I told him around comment 4,993):
4,991 (affordable calculator watch):
Another great thing I’ve come to appreciate is the exactness of the time. I’ve never been quite satisfied with the design of most dial-based watches. With a digital face, I can QUICKLY glance at the watch and see EXACTLY what time it. That’s so refreshing.
Posted by: unlikelymoose on Jan 13, 11 | 6:47 pm
4,992 (01/11/2011 11:11AM):
I might try playing Uno while listening to U2’s One when the clock strikes 11:11:11 on 11/11/11.
Posted by: unlikelymoose on Jan 13, 11 | 6:49 pm
4,993 (Kenny’s Irish Pub):
that certainly is a hamburger of delight. Though I’m not crazy about buns with seeds.
Posted by: unlikelymoose on Jan 13, 11 | 6:50 pm
4,996 (cheapest Christmas album):
It all can be classified as classical music. I have been very pleased with it thus far. I haven’t been through the entire 99 song album yet. I will update the post with a listing of all the officially listed artists on the album.
I will say that the album is worth it for the 18 songs by the Oxford St. Peter’s Choir. Anyone who enjoys Christmas music should have at least one album with choir music. This is my first Christmas album with choir music and it’s delightful.
Posted by: unlikelymoose on Jan 14, 11 | 10:07 pm
4,997 (cheapest Christmas album):
You know why I wasn’t seeing anything? Adblock. Adblock was blocking the amazon iframe. Laaaame.
That is a lot of songs. Someone should do a “best of” compilation of THIS cd.
Posted by: sparx on Jan 14, 11 | 10:13 pm
4,998 (cheapest Christmas album):
If you have been listening to this album, then why don’t i see it in your last.fm stream? http://www.last.fm/user/unlikelymoose
Posted by: spudart on Jan 15, 11 | 5:49 pm
4,999 (gray polar bear):
White polar bear:
Aren’t those teeth impressive?!
Posted by: sparx on Jan 17, 11 | 6:36 pm
5,000 (gray polar bear):
White polar bear walking by a window during a snowstorm:
Posted by: Tom Saaristo on Jan 19, 11 | 7:38 am
A couple observations:
I love the poop references. And I seem to like using the word, “delight”. It appears twice.