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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

"Is that a fresh scalp I see hanging from your belt?"

The Deadwood season is over. Cocksuckers! To keep you busy in the meantime:

The Number of fucks in Deadwood

Deadwood Trivia

Sol Star

Historical Info

Did you know that Brad Dourif (Doc Cochran) was the voice of Chucky in “Child’s Play”, “Bride of Chucky” and “Seed of Chucky”?

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

The Electrifying Eight!

I meant to post this a long time ago and forgot. It's from Kim, who writes:

"This is a link to a comic drawn by marshall's 12-year-old niece Zoe....I thought it was so awesome. it's called "The Electrifying Eight," which is seven 12 yr old girls plus Zoe's late hamster."

I've already forwarded it to just about everyone already, but for those of you who haven't yet seen it:


Waste More Time At Work

I've been enjoying this blog as of late:
The Rock Snob's Dictionary Blog

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

I'm Back...Really!

Due to 1) intense busyness and baby preparation, 2) an increased workload and 3) attention to My Ex Was A Cheapskate, I have been seriously remiss in updating you, oh blog of mine. I hope you forgive me. I promise I haven’t just been watching my belly button slowly disappear.

This weekend, we went to Houston to take Polly and Chloe (doggles) up to Dave’s parents’ house. We were concerned that Chloe, being mostly blind, would fall into the pool and drown. She surprised us by jumping in right away and swimming right to the stairs. She did a lap about every hour to cool off during the next two days, never once failing to lose her bearings. We had underestimated the old lady.

Mom and Dad (or I should say perhaps Grandma and Pa) B. took us shopping for Frankie stuff and we spent longer than any human should at Ikea. God DAMN that place is ridiculously large! Good chocolate mousse though, believe it or not. We ended up getting just about everything we needed – shelves, décor, a chest of drawers… then headed to Babies R Us and grabbed a crib and mattress. It was easy to pick out as we were very tired at that point. I think we almost killed Dave’s Dad.

Sunday was spent lounging by the pool and was very pleasant and low key except for the nasty sunburns we both got. I had put lotion everywhere but my shoulders and my belly, so I may have cooked little Frankie a bit. We are both in agonizing pain now, no matter how much lotion or aloe we apply.

It’s off to Saint Louis on Thursday for another round of Frankie worship. It’s a very long car trip – 16 hours. Hopefully our skin isn’t peeling off in large sheets by then.

Thursday, May 05, 2005

Another Counter-Coulter Bust

From my friend Miz Lyon: A UT student heckles Ann Coulter hilariously:


I had dreams of throwing a pie in her face myself. Sigh. Maybe when I'm not pregnant spending the night in jail won't seem as bad.

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Eddie Van Halen Would Roll Over In His Grave...

...if he were actually dead.

Andrew Hearst at The Panopticist alerts us to this very troubling story, calling the outcome of the Air Guitar Championship into serious question:

Monday, May 02, 2005

I Am Cranky!!!

Things that irritate me:

1. People who still write checks at the store for purchases under $500. Okay, if you’re making a huge purchase, sure, write a check. But for those of you buying a trash can at Lowe’s, let me tell you about this little invention called the Check Card. It works like a credit card! But like a check! Special dispensation for those above 70 years old.

2. When the gym is too cold

3. Coffee grounds on the kitchen counter.

4. The Dairy Queen by my house never mixes my blizzard right. Nine times out of ten, all the Oreo is at the top of the blizzard and the rest is ice cream. How hard can this be? I’ve actually had to send ice cream back because of it’s poor construction before.

5. The Pecan Street Festival.

6. When people bring their dogs to hot, outdoor places with a lot of people like the Pecan Street Festival.

7. Hippies

8. Slow pee-ers.

9. When the people across the street from us park their car in their front yard.

10. Consistent lateness.

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