Monthly Archives: April 2005

Big Surprise

I am:-12%Republican. “The Marxists are too reactionary for you. With people like you around, America collectively thanks God for John Ashcroft.” Are You A Republican? via Dr. B.

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Weekend Reads

TBogg: Dennis Prager, Call 1-900-HOT-LESBO Ginmar: Statistics, Damned Statistics Deborah Hellman: It’s Not The Thought That Counts When we pose the question of what Equal Protection requires in terms of justifying our answer to the people affected by the laws … Continue reading

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Reason #849 My Son Amazes Me

I checked on Ethan last night as I was going to bed and noticed his bedroom door was covered with two dozen yellow sticky notes. I crouched down to look at them and look at what I found: If you … Continue reading

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Uh Oh

Something out there is pissed. Should there be a god, this is my kind.

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On Being a Breed Mare

This one speaks for itself, or will have to because I can’t come up with anything remotely un-profane to say about it: Imagine two rape victims taken to the same hospital emergency room. Imagine them put in adjoining examination rooms. … Continue reading

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Daylight Savings Time

If you think it’s unusual that I would be blogging about daylight davings time long after the time change, it isn’t. I’m from Indiana, one of the last states to hold out against DST despite an internal debate lasting over … Continue reading

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A Brief Moment of Intellectual Superiority

I’m glad I opted for college: Love is likely to thank for Paris’ newly angelic demeanor. She was joined at the W Hotel after-party by her new beau, Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis. “He’s definitely the one,” she said, explaining … Continue reading

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Friday Random Ten – The Apparently Ass-Kickin’ Edition

You know the deal. If it’s Friday somewhere, it’s time for the Friday Random Ten. Load up all your mp3s, set to random play, and list the first ten to grace your precious ears. It looks like Winamp is into … Continue reading

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I finished my projects last night and sat down in front of the tube, but I was too wired to sit there. And so I ended up doing an amazing array of things until 5:30 in the morning. Luckily my … Continue reading

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Knit for Choice

Dr. B. has radical reasons behind her knitting: Doctors say Kenya’s strict abortion laws have forced thousands of women and girls to the backstreets where charlatans use all manner of sharp instruments — metal wires, knitting needles, forceps — to … Continue reading

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Obligatory End of Semester Post III: An Update Because I Need a Break Already

Now with pictures that have only tertiary reasons for appearing with this post. The good news (for me): I’m nearly done with my Shakespeare paper. And surprisingly, it doesn’t suck. The topic is homosociality and eroticism in the sonnets, a … Continue reading

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Crap, crap, crap. Lots of writing and printing to do today and I have not only run out of paper, but ink as well. Crap! The last thing I want to do is go to the store. Let this week … Continue reading

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