Thursday, April 30, 2009
Monday, April 27, 2009
i was watching ny1 the other day and they were interviewing people about a same-sex marriage law being passed in new york. one woman said something along the lines of, "i'm very happy that this law passed in places like massachusetts and iowa and i look forward to it passing here in new york." i made fun of her for days! who's the ass now?
to the girl in the interview, i'm so very sorry that i made fun of you!
Saturday, April 11, 2009
i've never been one for the details of finishing something, but since i made this hat, it's not all that bad! the hat turned out a little small so i added a front panel to it... maybe it's just that i have a huge forehead?
i made this for my friend shino, in japan. pictured at the top is her daughter nono, who looks adorable in the hat!!!
Thursday, April 09, 2009
I always hear non-bath taking people saying that they don't like "stewing in their own filth." I have two earnest questions:
1) Do these people use hot tubs. If they do, how is bath tub water less fresh or clean?
2) How dirty are these people on a daily basis?
In defense of us bath takers, the wonderful thing about water molecules is that they're way too big for dirt to bond to. Now soap? Dirt loves sticking to soap. That's the beauty of soap. You know when you see that nasty looking soap bar? The dirt isn't going to redeposit itself on to you. It's bound to the soap! It'll just wash away with the water, stuck to the soap. Remember the Dove Soap tv ads? They'd put a drop of soap in that nasty water and the dirt would vanish.
Am I wrong?
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