Archives for: May 2006

Google Spell for b2evolution

We've been using it here on brendoman.com for a while, but now the Google Spell plugin for b2evolution is publicly available at AstonishMe.co.uk. We're pretty excited to release it into the community for free. The spell checker than comes with… more »

Happy birthday, Blog Cabin

I made my first blog post three years ago today. It was on LiveJournal then, but I've imported the old posts. more »

Neologism poll

Ok, the poll's up. Vote for your favorite Simpsons Neologism. more »

Simpsons neologism: Sunday

Simpsons neologism of the day for Sunday, May 28, 2006: National insults. Apparently the normal stream of offensive material isn't efficient enough for the Simpsons writers, so occassionally they through in an insult for an entire nation of people.… more »

Simpsons Neologism: Saturday

Simpsons neologism of the day for Saturday, May 27, 2006: Word Hole Sideshow Bob: Oh, I renew my objection to this pointless endeavor! Informally now and by affidavit later. Time permitting. Wiggum: Shut your word hole! We've got to get this place… more »

Simpsons Neologism: Friday

Simpsons neologism of the day for Friday, May 26, 2006: Walking Bird Grandpa Simpson: I just used my washtub that morning to wash my turkey, which in those days was known as a walking bird. We'd always have walking bird on Thanksgiving with all the… more »

Simpsons Neologism: Thursday

Simpsons neologism of the day for Thursday, May 25, 2006: Bumbled Bee Burns: Stop that, you wantwit! I might get stung by a bumbled bee! "Wantwit" is a pretty good one, too. more »

Simpsons Neologism: Wednesday

Simpsons neologism of the day for Wednesday, May 24, 2006: America's Wang Homer: Florida?! But that's America's Wang! more »

Simpsons Neologism: Tuesday

Simpsons neologism of the day for Tuesday, May 23, 2006: Beginulate Frink: "Let the commencement… beginulate!" more »

Simpsons Neologism: Monday

I hereby declare this week to be Simpsons neologism week. I'm going to post one every day, then I'll have a poll next Monday so you can choose your favorite. Feel free to slip these words and phrases into casual conversation throughout the week.… more »

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