chemaccino good, but not good for you
Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Saturday, May 13, 2006
I can't get enough of the Oozinator.
My favorite part is when some dangles off the kid's finger.
Ah, Hasbro, what have you done, and how many people will lose their jobs because of it?
Friday, May 12, 2006
With a 10oz cartridge, you'll need a Hoover-Dam-sized reservoir tip.
If you don't know about Hasbro's new Oozinator, just google it. But the best is Amazon's cached site from Google - they have disabled reviews for the item.
Tuesday, April 25, 2006
In other news, I've gone from "I hope I figure out how to successfully fold this origami rose" to "I wonder how small I could fold an origami rose".
Please leave suggestions in the comments for what origami roses would be useful for. They don't fold flat, by the way.
I just got a call from the local volunteer firefighter fundraising association, and the lady calling was not NOT good at the calling thing.
I countered her first offer with the old I'll have to talk with my husband before I commit to anything, and she replied, "I appreciate that you want to associate with your husband..."
Mmmmm, damn right I want to associate with him. I'm going to associate with him as soon as he gets home.
Sunday, April 16, 2006
Oh, right, I forgot
Y'all should know I got me a digital camera.
Time previously spent word-blogging is now being refocused on photo posting.
viva la flickr.
and pardon the pun.
Please check out the spam comment to my previous post.
I'm not going to delete it, because the author made this plea:
"Please remember to never
restrict anyone's opportunities
for ascertaining uninterrupted
existence for their quintessence."
Saturday, April 15, 2006
I learn something new every day. I could have done without today's.
I think I would rather have spent my life in ignorance rather than find out that Bill Paxton played a Nazi in the music video for Pat Benetar's "Shadows of the Night."
There are so many things wrong with that whole image, I don't know where to start.
So I won't.
Friday, April 14, 2006
Never mattered before, who cares
Ever since that damned Family Guy episode I cannot CANNOT rid myself of the Mr. Belvedere theme. GodDAMMIT. I mean, it has been DAYS. It comes back over and over.
Extreme measures will be taken this weekend.
I just might live the good life yet.