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Mmmm…. tasty edible answers to frequently asked questions. We should do this at the yarn shop – except that my thighs would grow exponentially. — As someone who has worked in a video store, I agree – THIS is how you organize a video store! — This is not from …

When they are good, they are very very good; but when they are bad, my days suck a bag of dicks

I had such plans for yesterday. Part of those plans involved sitting on the couch watching TV on my one day off, while doing laundry in the background… but a good portion of that couch-sitting was also going to be while I had my laptop in front of me, catching …

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Jonathan Carroll on expressions. — My Parents Were Awesome roundup – Heidi looks like a movie star. Here’s Ralph, but I really like the person in back of him, who clearly has a sense of humor. I want to know what Valerie was doing with all those shoes. — Got …

QOTW – 2010/02/22

And the Question of the Week is… in your major relationships (spouse/partner/heterosexual life-mate), which of you is the more emotionally stable one? My answer: DUH. Do you even KNOW me?! OK; sarcasm aside; I think it’s really a pretty even call, with most of my major relationships. That’s the thing …

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Remember a few weeks ago when I posted about the octopus with the coconut? Here’s a great follow-up article on octopus intelligence. — Holy shit, people suck, PEOPLE SUCK SO HARD. Sad photo warning. Woman charged with selling goth kittens. I say again: PEOPLE SUCK SO HARD. — Perhaps in …

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Joining the “mile-high” club just got easier. If somewhat more public. — Some recent faves from My Parents Were Awesome (I am a sucker for a photo that tells a story, or should I say… makes you want to know the story). John (in the bra). Sometimes the fashion sets …

QOTW – 2010/02/15

And the Question of the Week is… what is the most difficult habit you have ever tried to get rid of? For me, it would be a toss-up between subconscious self-sabotage when it comes to things with timed deadlines, and hyper-vigilance/excessive worry about things that really probably would be OK …