Somewhere in this great big world, isn’t there a boy or girl who will court me by making tantalizing mix CDs with awful-but-sexy songs like “I Wanna Be Your Man” by L.A. Guns and “Butterfly” by Crazy Town – but who will not expect me to drink whiskey and get a bunch of tattoos? Is that even how you spell… Read more »
I know that finding solutions to public problems means compromise. I know that liberals like myself are too prone to spending money because it feels good to help people, and we probably need some more conservative folks around to make us prove that our projects will actually make things better. What I don’t know is how I could ever be… Read more »
Dear The Dog, There is a reason I keep dragging you away from the big poles with the wires on them. It’s called electricity. Also, thank you for licking up the spilled canola oil off the kitchen floor while I was cleaning the rest of it off the counter and out of the phone’s handset. Love, Me
So many levels of geeky and so funny that I cannot continue reading it at work.
One of my co-workers is the mother of a toddler. She emailed me a document for a meeting we’ll be in this afternoon, and had this to say about it: “Here’s the cleaned up version (all cuss words and references to dancing girls taken out).” It’s reassuring to have proof that reproduction doesn’t necessarily mean loss of personality.
Rick Perry is not my favorite human. He restored some of the mental health benefits to the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which is good. It’s not what we had, and a bunch of kids have lost eligibility for CHIP completely because of rule changes, but at least we’re not going to become the only state that has a CHIP… Read more »
I have learned much from living alone for the past five months. I create less trash than I thought. Being in a vegetarian-only space is more important to my sense of well-being than I knew. I like hitting snooze several times on the radio-alarm clock and waking up slowly in the morning. I hate being the only one who ever… Read more »
From the Austin-American Statesman’s article Final map passes; legal battles on way: Sen. Jeff Wentworth, R-San Antonio, said he voted for the map because it’s important to elect more Republicans to Congress to help Bush. Ummm…what?
I’m not picky, I’m survival oriented.
Isn’t there some kind of disease that makes both of your arms so tired that you think they are going to fall off? Because I have it.