Loved it. Laughed out loud. Everyone has been there!* * Yes, I’m a week late, but I’m getting caught up on blogsy things today!
Well, just to piss off Fox News, Sarah Palin, and all of the “War(mongers) on Christmas1,” I am informing the world that our Solstice Cards have all been mailed! Design and print the Solstice card; write, print and fold the Solstice newsletter, and then stamp and seal the Solstice envelopes. Finally: double check to be sure […]
This is one of the major reasons I believe we have massive surveillance by government in democracies around the world. This is one reason the government wants higher education to be prohibitively expensive and public school children not to be critical thinkers. Russell Brand is a bit of a loose canon. He’s funny. He’s smart. […]
Conrad the Kat is simply a fur factory. Getting his fur off of my clothes is a constant effort! Finally, I’ve found the ultimate solution! Sorry, Betty. This was probably very disturbing for you, but no cats were harmed in the making of this image! :)
I hadn’t heard of this guy: Tom Scott*, but he’s clever. I particularly like these projects… To me he’s asking the same question I ask too often: Are we creating a future in which we really want to live? Welcome to Oversight Welcome to Life * So who is he? From his blog: I […]
All in one! The border between the United States and Canadian: The untold story unfolds. Not only was it fun to watch, I learned a lot!
This has been making the rounds lately. Since it’s so cute, I’m including it here for those who may have missed it.
Located on Vancouver Island in Coombs, BC, Canada, goats live atop the grassy roof until winter approaches, when they are taken down. Goat feces is one thing, but the whole goat sliding off of the icy roof onto the unsuspecting customers below is a entirely different matter. The old country market is not just a […]
Dear Red States: We’re ticked off at your Neanderthal attitudes and politics and we’ve decided we’re leaving. Just had to share this… We in New York intend to form our own country and we’re taking the other Blue States with us. In case you aren’t aware that includes California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and the […]
Wow, first it was the Big Bird meme. Now it’s “binders full of women.” Mitt Romney, all by himself, has once again created a cultural subtext for the election. Why didn’t he just be honest: Paul Ryan voted against the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. The Republican party genuinely is a boys’ club punctuated by the […]
Yes, I told Steve yesterday that it was only a matter of time before this photo was created. Mitt Romney and family on vacation…
Story One I indicated on Twitter yesterday that I’m in Pensacola, Florida, for a few days. I’m visiting my mother. Today I noticed the flag at my hotel is at half mast. I asked the front desk why. He told me about the President’s national honoring of Neil Armstrong, a truly great American. I replied, […]
Steve shared this with me last week, a quotation from a book he was reading. I chuckle every time I think of it: Honey, don’t call your father a feudal remnant. It’s rude.”
I saw this on a friend’s Facebook post and had to share it. Thanks, Sandy.
She made me laugh, even as a young child. I recall my sister and I, when we were young children, watching something she was in. Phyllis played a character that appeared at some public event in a horridly garish outfit. The guests were all aghast, but not the character she was playing. She announced with […]