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Sunday, February 18, 2007

Anna Nicole Smith redux

Whether it was marketing genius or the product of some unfortunate related-term contextual advertising algorithm, this pretty much is the alpha and omega of my daily reminder that I live in a very tiresome world.

This is a screen shot from this morning's web edition of The South Flordida Sun-Sentinel. Check the ad banner at mid-page.



For some reason, this reminds me of when we caught up to double murderer Brad Sigmon in Tennessee. When we asked him why he ran to Gatlinburg, he replied, "It seemed like a great place to hide."

Gatlinburg, Tennessee: A great place to hide!

The Seminole Hard Rock Casino: A great place to die!

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Anonymous Uncle Ted said...

American Airlines: First into the towers.

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