December 27, 2007
Portrait of a Blogger as a Little Girl
I'm about four years old in this picture.
August 21, 2006
Spring Forward Night
Me, Mike, Carol at the Krispy Kreme on Ponce, 2004.
January 09, 2006
Cy, short for Cyclopes, a kitten born with only viagra jelly one eye and no nose, is shown in this photo provided by its owner in Redmond, Oregon, on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2005. The kitten, a ragdoll breed, which died after living for one day, was one of two in the litter. Its sibling was born normal and healthy. (AP Photo/Traci Allen)
via Yahoo! News
November 10, 2005
Is Nothing Sacred?
Why must innocent gummy bears buy viagra jelly be abused in such a manner? I suspect, however, that the site mentioned is not devoted to gummy porn.
October 26, 2005
If you're so gung-ho for this war, then get order viagra jelly your ass over there and help finish this thing. Unless you think dying for no reason isn't worth dying for. The reason we went in - a bogus reason - is not the reason we're still there. The original reason we were given for going to war has everything to do with why somebody leaked the identity of a CIA operative when her husband wrote an op-ed column in the New York Times challenging the White House's claim [addendum: made via a report from the British government] of yellowcake uranium.
We have a volunteer army, it's argued. A volunteer viagra jelly online army is better to have than a conscripted one. Well how much of a volunteer are you if the military is the only option for you to escape poverty, if you don't have the option of going to college? How much of a volunteer are you if it's illegal for you to quit the military once you join?
If the draft was reinstated, then people would take this war more seriously. Then people would realize they have something at stake, if they or their children actually had to fight in this war, or any other war. Then people might realize what sacrifice for the sake of your country really means. Things seem different when your own life is at stake.
Sure, people would go to Canada or some other country claiming asylum or conscientious objection. The wealthy and well-connected would find ways to escape their buy viagra jelly obligations. (Chickenhawk Cheney skipped Vietnam because he had "other priorities.") Fine - somewhere it will be on record and the press can expose them and challenge them on why they were exempted from fulfilling their duty as citizens.
As an aside, I find myself increasing angry with the New York Times and the case of Judith Miller. Miller isn't a saint protecting the freedom of the press. She's an irresponsible, reckless journalist who allowed herself to be used by sources to drum up justification for this war. She's damaged the field of journalism and she's damaging the credibility of the NYT (at least in the eyes of those who don't already view the NYT as part of that liberal media, a liberal media owned by such prominent liberals like Rupert Murdoch). She ought to be fired, not allowed to take viagra jelly a leave of absence and then resign to "pursue other interests." Fire her ass, and let her try to explain that her work and her practices weren't dishonest and fraudulent.
October 19, 2005
Librarians Love Lucy Liu
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I spotted this Intel ad today on the homepage of the New York Times. Naturally I was curious. Apparently this is part of a new ad campaign.
Let's check against the stereotype. Glasses. Check. Cardigan. Check. Clunky shoes (which I like actually, they look kinda cool). Check. Yeah she's cute, but she's not the viagra jelly online ravishing creature seated on her lap, as indicated by her rapt expression.
March 26, 2005
Alison is a sweet wee bit of cat really, even though this cameraphone image would try to persuade you otherwise. Alison belonged to Mike; she's now lovingly order viagra jelly cared for by Stephanie. (Thanks for letting me post this, Steph.)
In other feline news, the cat who discovered the bowl of food on the back porch back when Tabitha had her little adventure now comes around regularly, demanding her share of something to eat. She(?) is a large grey longhair, with a collar but no tag.
Yeah, I caved in. She was extremely skittish in the beginning but now expects affectionate pats along with some vittles.
February 04, 2005
One of my neighbor's cats. She's not roaming outside these days, since it's cold. But when she's out and about she likes to come around to my back porch and demand some attention. She's a wee thing really underneath all that fur.
February 01, 2005
January 31, 2005
Brought to you by the letter U and the numeral 2
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At the cafe the other night, one of the staff overheard me telling my friends about the banner. He joined in our conversation and said how he might allow for this possible interpretation of U2 if it weren't for their being so obsessed with their rock god image, especially Bono with his giant sunglasses.
Thank you, Paul F., for my bright yellow bag.
January 30, 2005
December 31, 2004
This is my other cat, Ginger, enjoying her new toy. The woman I bought this from fills her cat toys with Canadian catnip - some pretty strong stuff!
October 30, 2004
East Atlanta, 6:27 pm
October 29, 2004
Apparently posting cat pictures on Fridays has been all the rage, but I didn't know it. Now that NYT has covered it, bloggers have probably moved on. But since I have nothing useful to say about current events right now, here is a picture of my cat Tabitha.