Thanks for the videos. Isn't he 41 today? I seem to remember an article from last year celebrating his 40th.
@My Number Is My Address I'm more concerned that it's tagged "nonfiction." Ms. Neiers clearly states in that video that Ms. Sales' reporting is full of inaccuracies. They were four-inch Beebes!
@Mike_B I remember when they said "1982" and I thought GOOD LORD my baby sister can now buy cigarettes. And that was.........a number of years ago...
0. Those signs that say YOU CANNOT BUY CIGARRETTES IF YOU WERE BORN BEFORE 1995
@hockeymom: I feel the same way! (N.B. I am a dude.)
@Smitros That's the one that made me think.
I've been telling myself it was a sign of maturity, or a recognition that other things in life are more important than professional or financial rewards. But Balk's probably right. It's just getting old and no longer giving a shit.
Dammit. Still haven't made it to Number 22.
Feeling good for an entire day when the clerk calls you "Miss".
I'd like to point out in Fig. 2 that there is a "Don't Know Your ZIP?" button.
there are people ordering pizza online who don't know their zip code in america today