Monthly Archives: September 2010
When you’re having a bad day (old medical problems sprung up again, hurrah), this picture does nothing to improve it. Steve Perry, nooo…
(uninsightful) COMMENTARY. It’s bad enough to have underlining from some stooge forcefully emphasizing where to place my reading focus, but writing in a library book drives me slightly cuckoo. And not just any writing, but the comments and drawings of … Continue reading
Aaand this is why I rarely buy concert tickets anymore. Thanks for trying to rape my wallet, ticketmaster.
A worksheet I used with adult clients who need a higher level of language therapy. Uh… pretty sure some full-functioning adults couldn’t answer a few of these. LUCKILY I look like a genius because I peek at the answers in … Continue reading
Back in the day I used to have pen pals (yes, plural), more so for myself to use my fun Korean stationery and card sets rather than to get some kind of long-lasting bosom buddy deal out of it. When … Continue reading
Favorite myth-but-wish-it-were-true of the day, courtesy of Snopes: Claim: “Cabbage Patch dolls were designed to get people accustomed to the appearance of mutants following a thermonuclear war or were modeled upon mentally defective children.” Status: “False” (Aww) “One legend that … Continue reading
I need this Kirk Demarais print. NEED it.