Monday, March 19, 2007

The Definition of Irony

Well, I'm sitting here doing my homework for class tomorrow. It's grueling. Arduous. Painful.

I'm watching Field of Dreams.

Ok, all things sarcasm aside, Field of Dreams is a pretty fantastic movie. I don't like baseball. Kevin Costner can do simply horrible things to a role, script, or director's chair. But as far as homework goes, watching any movie is awesome.

On a completely unrelated, but probably more appropriate for this blog, note, emily recently went through an experience with one of her coworkers very similar to today's comic.

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Like emily and the character in the comic, I'm not gonna explain exactly what a fupa is if you don't know. I'd check Urban Dictionary if you're confused.
At this rate I should probably start getting advertising revenue from Urban Dictionary.

One last thing before I letcha go. Some of you might be wondering:
"Dan, is there any rhyme or reason to your posting? It seems pretty random to me, and as such, I find it difficult to know when I should or should not check your blog. In fact, I usually don't check it at all until you message or call me telling me you've posted a new comic, which is fairly presumptuous on your part. A few times you even reached over my shoulder and typed in the URL."

Unfortunately, I do not have any kind of real schedule for comic posting. I try to get out about 2 a week, and typically they fall on Fridays and Tuesdays. At least I think they do. But I could be totally wrong.

Sooooo, I've added a couple of links to the side of the ol' blog. They are methods of "subscribing" to my blog.

These are "RSS Feeds" - or Really Simple Syndication. Click on any of these links and you'll get directed to options for being notified every time I get off my college butt and make a post.

You can add 'Why Not' notification to Google, Yahoo or Bloglines reader utilities, or even as a widget in your Google Personalized Homepage.

Aaaand I'm done advertising for myself. Hope I didn't scare everybody away.


Double M said...

I always thought ironic meant made entirely of iron! - that's a long clip so you can start at 4:24 if you're ADD like me.

Also, I don't know if you noticed this, but Chipotle was advertising on your AdSense! So I clicked on it, excited that Chipotle was now sponsoring you...only to find out it was actually some generic website that had "information" about Chipotle. Disappointing. It still made me hungry.

D Wheezy said...

Poor Doug. Nobody got his joke AND that's his last beer. Unless that wife of his has some stashed away somewhere.

I think she's cheating on him with Zack anyway.

Yeah - I'm really curious how exactly Google's AdSense stuff works. Do the companies pick the key phrases which they'll match up with or what?

There have been some extremely odd ones recently.

Double M said...

Damn Leah Remini was always kind of shady. She really killed that show by trying to outweigh Doug (ya I know she was pregnant).

Anyway, AdSense nailed Dancing With The Stars on my blog. Between that and the man-crush lists, I'm not sure if Google can figure me out. I'm sure the logic is hidden somewhere in Google.

If only we knew someone there...