Even if the dialog in Season Six blows most of the time and the dilemmas presented aren't anything new or worth raving about, I still find myself cheering for Jack Bauer each episode. After all, I did name my camera after him, and Cel and I lost many nights (and days) to 24 marathons.

To my Bauer bayaws, check out Jack Bauer Facts for some good laughs. Some of my favorite Facts:

If everyone on "24" followed Jack Bauer's instructions, it would be called "12".

Passed out, surrounded by terrorists and nerve gas, and handcuffed to a table leg, Jack Bauer laughed to himself and said, "I have them right where I want them."

Jack Bauer once arm-wrestled Superman. The stipulation was the loser had to wear his underwear on the outside of his pants.

There have been no terrorist attacks in the United States since Jack Bauer appeared on television.



Hee hee, AskANinja.com discusses poetry ninja-style in its latest episode.



I've seen the latest billboard ad of Coca-Cola along two main roads already, the one with the Coke bottle with its dark brown contents bursting out of it, and I couldn't help but be reminded of Tubgirl.

Now, Tubgirl was a prank in geek chatrooms a few years back. Usually, when a n00b entered a room, someone would say, "Hey, check out www.tubgirl.com," which would lead you to a pretty shocking image of a girl in a tub, doing something most of us would consider really gross. Unfortunately, typing in that URL now just redirects you to a cluttered site with a small image of Tubgirl, the impact very unlike seeing the former large JPEG posted across your screen. I was able to google up an image for those curious to see. Don't say I didn't warn you. Here's Tubgirl.



Group pic at the end of a feature shoot I did for FHM (the article's out this month). In photo are staffers BA Borleo (top) and Charmaine Chanco (bottom), who're also in a previous Finger Fridays post, and Patricia Coronado, the stylist that made our eight costume changes possible. Will post more photos in my Flickr page soon.