I had actually known about this site for quite a while. Anyone that is hip to MySpace should know about Facebook. I just never got around to checking it out. At first it was because they had restraints that you couldn't be a member unless you were a student. Even when they lifted that restriction, I was still hesitant. That was until E sent me an invite. I was quite surprised at how different it was from MySpace. First and foremost, the crowd was much more mature. I have yet to get spammed with ten messages a day from "Angel", "Diane", and/or "Sherry" having a solitary racy pic and requesting me to add them as a friend. Not to mention I don't get spammed with posts from people on my friends list advertising some arbitrary product I KNOW they didn't send me. A huge plus for me so far for Facebook is having the Chuck Norris Fact of the Day on my page. Those things just never get old.
There's an episode of "Seinfield" called "The Summer of George" where Jerry makes fun of George for always wearing sweatpants. He tells him it's telling the world "I've given up". That's all I think about everytime I put some sweats on. But I'll be doggone if those aren't some comfortable joints. Of course I love dressing up since I do clean up nicely; however, I could really lounge all day in a comfortable pair of sweats. I'm not even talking about the fancy ones that people buy that are matching ensembles and outfits. You can get a nice, sturdy pair at Wal-Mart for less than $10 that will last you for a while. You can't beat that.
3. Nikon Coolpix 4600
Yes, I was just on here a few short days ago putting my camera on blast because it's not as high quality as I would like. You get what you pay for. One thing it is though is reliable. I've had this joint for a little over a year and it's handled more than it's share of bumps and bruises. It's like those old Timex commercials where it takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'. More than that, it actually takes some fairly good quality pictures. It doesn't have near the zoom capacity I would like but for the more up close and personal snapshots, it doesn't do a half-bad job. Even as much as I do use it, I should be using it more to capture those moments on a photo can immortalize. Maybe that will be one of my so-called resolutions for next year.