Posts tagged “wishlists”

Don’t worry. There’s still plenty of time to get something in time for my 35th birthday next week. If you’re wondering what to get a guy who has everything, you should take a look at my 13-page Amazon wishlist

My Wishlist

Tomorrow I will be 34 years old. This amazes me. PS: It’s not too late to get me something nice.


Y’know what I want? I want to be able to click anything, anywhere, and add it to my wishlist. (Note that that is a link to a Google Search on the term “amazon wishlist” and not another shameless plug for my own wishlist.) Like this pendrive, f’rinstance. What a great little toy! I want


I just added The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog by Rebecca Blood to my wishlist Way to go, Rebecca!. link via


Hey! TheBrad just noticed that’s wishlist system is failing bloggers. If you try to click on someone else’s wishlist, Amazon displays your own wishlist instead (if you have one). That means that since I have a wishlist there, I can’t see anyone else’s! The hell? What did they change? Has anyone else found a


I have to see if there’s a way to add this pen to my Christmas wishlist. I love cool pens. There are dozens of really awesome ones at Levenger. If you love pens as much as I do, check out the Fisher Bullet Space Pen. It fits in your pocket (and anywhere else!) and is


Today is June 5. That means there are twenty-one days until the 26th. That’s three weeks to you and me. Yes. You know what happened in 1973 + three weeks ago? I knew you did. That’s right. My birthday is approaching. I’m giving you plenty of notice. Buy me a present!

The ACME Chocolate Registry

The ACME Chocolate Registry: For those of you that want everyone to be able to get you the chocolate you want. link via Weblog Wannabe

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