Monthly Archives: December 2005

Colonblow

I ran across one of the more truly funny, albeit disturbing, sites I have ever seen the other day. Take a peek at it – http://www.colonblow.com/. Surpisingly, they did a pretty good job on creating a website to drive sales. … Continue reading

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We have a winner!

The results are in . . . and the Pickle of the Month Pregnancy Pickle Pack wins! I am not exactly sure what we’ll all include with this, but it should be interesting. A buddy’s wife suggested pickles and chocolate … Continue reading

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Need a little wind here!

I love the movie Tommy Boy. It’s a shame Chris Farley had to go so early. I especially love the scene when he’s in the sailboat, and explains how his dad used to tell him, “quit playing with your dinghy!” … Continue reading

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Predictions

The day before we went live, I asked my most beautiful fiancee how many pickle subscriptions she thought we’d sell before the end of the year. She said, “Fifty.” Hmm . . . I thought, seems a little low, but … Continue reading

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Fun, Speed, and Precious Stones

Marty and I were chatting the other day, and coding on our current platform ranks somewhere on the fun scale between “plucking eyebrows” and “doing laundry”. Since we hack away on POTM in our off hours, the less joy coding … Continue reading

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Update on the Frozen Pickle

From the last post, we wanted to determine the effects of freezing in case someone’s pickle happened to sit in a mailbox for a long time on a cold day/night. The taste test was performed Sunday night, comparing a previously … Continue reading

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Cold pickles = Good, Frozen pickles = ?

Just when you think you’ve got everything figured out, bam! Your pickle freezes. POTM is based out of Chicago, which has been gripped by a seriously cold stretch the last week or so. Sunday night I offered to put the … Continue reading

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