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Jim Anchower's homepage is now up. He lists his favourite bookmarks.His employment application and other stuff.
posted by Keith Talent (21 comments total)

 
Jim Anchower doesn't make me laugh anywhere near as much as Tha H-Dog
posted by Decani at 11:01 AM on October 13, 2005


I like the weed meter
posted by Peter H at 11:03 AM on October 13, 2005


I heart Jim Anchower.

Note that the employment application lists his reason for leaving 2 previous jobs as: "Boss was chick."
posted by selfmedicating at 11:04 AM on October 13, 2005


Actually, I think that was "boss was dick."
posted by luriete at 11:13 AM on October 13, 2005


Yeah, Jim's a standup dude and all, but "I Guess I Got a Girlfriend" didn't make me laugh or even crack a smile. Dude, WTF? Now the classic Jim, like I Customized My Wheels, now that I can get behind. The Anch Man needs to maybe cool it on the maryjane, know what I'm sayin' to ya?
posted by scratch at 11:23 AM on October 13, 2005


Jean Teasdale has one too.
posted by tittergrrl at 11:24 AM on October 13, 2005


http://hometowns.cyber-net-village.com/Orlando/7302/Rick/sportzone/misc/folders/Jean/

They couldn't have come up with a better URL for that. Maybe.
posted by zsazsa at 11:35 AM on October 13, 2005


A friend of mine and I used to picture Jim Anchower having a pimped-out Pentium 90 computer. Now, he does appear to still own a super Nintendo, but he doesn't mention whether he's customized it or not.

But the Jean Teasdale page-- that is a thing of beauty. In comparison, the Jim Anchower page comes across as "let's get a web designer to make a funny page about one of the columnists."
posted by deanc at 11:43 AM on October 13, 2005


When you are ready to have a serious discussion regarding the lack of a Larry Groznic page, you have my e-mail.
posted by cali at 11:45 AM on October 13, 2005


They've all had web pages available via the premium web access. They just nuked the premium web service so now they're all public.

H-Dog's Employer

I *love* Jean's URL. .../Rick/sportzone/misc/folders/Jean just about sums up her life.
posted by srburns at 11:45 AM on October 13, 2005


And the H-Dog at Midstate Office Supply. Peace!
posted by GuyZero at 11:46 AM on October 13, 2005


OMFG, listen to the midi on Jean's employment page!
posted by GriffX at 12:08 PM on October 13, 2005


I share at least 30% of Jim's bookmarks :(
posted by hall of robots at 12:10 PM on October 13, 2005


"Took: A couple of resin jewlery classes...."

This format is so going on my next resume.
posted by tristeza at 12:19 PM on October 13, 2005


Weird. I just browsed this on an odd jaunt to The Onion. Thought it had been up for a while. Considering Wes's last entry was Jun 6th.
posted by mnology at 12:20 PM on October 13, 2005


This squealing Jeanketeer is thrilled to finally find her home page. Too bad she hasn't added her adventures at Fashion Bug to her resume yet.

also:
Smoove B Tribute Page, The Smoove Boudoir
Joe Garden, the guy behind Anchower and Jackie Harvey
posted by whatnot at 12:20 PM on October 13, 2005


In "Paging Mr. Stork!" (November 1992), I said I was expecting a baby. In truth, I was not expecting a baby.

Ahh Jean, will she ever win?
posted by drezdn at 12:48 PM on October 13, 2005


I tried this number-guessing stunt from the links page. It worked 6 times in a row. Anybody cares to explain how it works?
posted by jchgf at 1:05 PM on October 13, 2005


Oh, nevermind. Google first, post later
posted by jchgf at 1:18 PM on October 13, 2005


I saw Jean's and Jim's homepages when the FPP on the Onion's new format was posted a few weeks back. They are indeed hilarious. I can't even pick a favourite thing from Jean's page. The resume, the corrections, the want list, the fan fiction... it's all insanely great. Jim I read but don't like as much. I did like the latest column about him getting a girlfriend and hope Debbie sticks around. My favourite thing from his web page is Wes's corner - the guy's just such a sweetie.
posted by orange swan at 6:02 PM on October 13, 2005


cali:

thank you for the onion reference. Hal Jordan was, indeed, the best Green Lantern.
posted by shmegegge at 7:53 PM on October 13, 2005


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