If you’re not quite sure what Ranzino.com is all about, well, join the club.
However, if you want to invest some of your precious time and energy into finding out what kind of posts are typical around here, please feel free to peruse these not-so-random sampling of posts.
Naturally the following posts were first ordered by the Bliss Bibliographic Classification System, but then I didn’t like the way they looked. I eventually settled on ordering them from most to least obligatory donut references.
- The Drive Thru Window to My Soul
A chronicle of my forbidden love with a fast food chain.
- Backhanded Condiments
A look back on that kooky 2004 election as seen through the eyes of ketchup enthusiasts.
- A Conversational Email Filter for Microsoft Outlook
Your guide to my Inbox.
- I Knew You’d Want a Hot Apple Pie With That
Because any time you can mention Professional Wrestler Ric Flair, you know it’s a good post.
- A Parent’s Primer for Children’s Board Games: Candy Land
Your guide to surviving what could potentially be 3 grueling hours of monotony.
- Find an Alien and We’ll Throw in Some Hush Puppies
My favorite stupid one-line throwaway joke of that particular year.
- Anger Management
20% funnier than the movie of the same name (with 100% less exposure to a cross-dressing Woody Harrelson.)
- Summer Movie Preview 2004!
Relive the box office glory of summers gone by! Or, you know, just skip it.
- The Cupholder Killer
One of the first posts I marginally liked, and plus it has a nifty picture.
- 4 Hour Work Day
My life vs. the life of an NFL football player.
- For That Deep Down Nielsens Thirst
Hmmmmm, then again, maybe this post on sweat isn’t that good after all.
- The Debate Team
More 2004 Presidential Election zaniness!
- Help Feed Martha
Martha Stewart goes to jail – the State of Connecticut suddenly has a doily surplus.
- Super (Market) Dad
The adventures of parenthood continue.
- It’s “Wine Spectator” You Idiot
I love imagining conversations with inanimate objects.
1 thought on “The Greatest Hits”
I was just wondering why you chose to name your website Ranzino.com? Ranzino is my maiden name and I did a search on the history of the last name and your website came up, so I decided to check it out . . . Maybe a relative? Then when I saw that your last name is Evans (my current last name since I married my husband 31 years ago), I just had to ask! Your pictures are very beautiful!