EppsNet Archive: Mel Gibson

20-Something Girlfriends


Mel Gibson expecting NINTH child: Lethal Weapon star, 60, announces his girlfriend, 26, is pregnant — Daily Mail Online Here are the ages of Gibson’s current children: 36, 34 (twins), 31, 28, 26, 17, 6. OK, Gibson is better looking than I am, he has a lot more money than I do . . . on the other hand, I’m younger and taller (Wikipedia lists him as 5’10”). It gives one pause . . . Read more →

I’m Easily Annoyed


I’m easily annoyed. My wife knows I’m easily annoyed and that one of the things that really annoys me is when people ask me to fix something that isn’t really broken. So when she asks me to fix a problem with her browser and I close it, reopen it and it works fine, she exclaims, “It’s scared of you honey! The King of IT! It sees you coming and it’s afraid to not work!” That’s good talking. I couldn’t even get mad after that. P.S. I just thought of Mel Gibson for some reason. To clarify, I’m not easily annoyed like Mel Gibson. He’s off the charts, like a fire-breathing dragon. I’m more like “doesn’t suffer fools gladly, especially in his own house.” Read more →

Twitter: 2010-07-02


Reading: "How To Control Flow Within Your Web Designs – Speckyboy Design Magazine"( http://twitthis.com/zjfary ) # RT @thesulk: Look, there are three ways this can go. My way or the highway. Or surface streets. # RT @eddiepepitone: I wish I had a new product to unveil today like steve jobs does at apple. Instead I just want to say life sucks. # RT @jdickerson: Mel Gibson worries there are groups of indigenous peoples that may die out before he has a chance to insult them. # Read more →

We Were Programmers


In We Were Soldiers, commanding officer Mel Gibson is the first man off the helicopter and the last man back on. He leaves no one behind, dead or alive. Contrast that with my manager, who has far less enthusiasm for his work than for his car, his dog, leering at women, painfully coarse humor, or getting drunk on a golf course somewhere. Not the kind of inspirational leadership you make movies about, unless it’s kind of an ultra-dark comedy in which the leading character is eventually humiliated and/or killed, to thunderous applause . . . Thus spoke The Programmer. Read more →