Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Most Expensive Things 2004

In my next life, I want to drive this:


Courtesy Forbes Most Expensive Things 2004

8 comments:

spydrz said...

Does it come with matching luggage?

Kate The Great said...

For that price, I'd like to think it comes with a set of luggage, a nice vacation home, a lifetime gym membership and a Gevalia coffee maker.

spydrz said...

I think those things can be installed by Xzibit on Pimp My Ride. Plus, some 24" spinnaz.

Kate The Great said...

That's one of my dad's favorite shows. Seriously. I am so not hip (I don't have cable and I don't watch as much television as I used to.) Hey, speaking of hip, what is this Napoleon Dynamite my sister keeps talking about. That one totally slipped through the theatres without my knowledge.

spydrz said...

I never got to see it either, but I'm pretty sure it came out on dvd yesterday...although I still owe Blockbuster like $10 in overdue charges so maybe I'll see if one of my friends rents it soon...it's supposed to be hilarious.

spydrz said...

Try this link:

Napoleon Dynamite

Micah said...

Speaking of hip MTV shows, I got my brother the "Wildboyz" DVD set for his birthday. When he opened it up, my dad said, "that's that nature show on MTV, right?" Our jaws collectively dropped. Dad is so cool.

As for Napolean Dynamite, it pretty much sucked. The high school kids in the audience ate it up, but I felt that the filmmakers were trying too hard. Just because you have quirky characters doesn't mean you're making the next "Rushmmore" or "Royal Tenenbaums" (two great movies). Maybe you'd like it, but I only chuckled a few times during the movie. You're much better off listening to a copy of Elvis Costello's "Blood & Chocolate," the 1986 album where EC credits himself as "Napolean Dynamite." Yeah, I'm a music geek.

Michael said...

I'll take two...one for me and one for you.

Of course, I think they should wiave the destination charges for us....