I meant Friday.
My sweet brain cells are under extreme tension and stress.
I have lots of teams in the NCAA that I have to root for.
Sometimes, well that brings me into conflict.
I used to live in Connecticut. You know. Connecticut. Where basketball is akin to the Mayflower and that great experiment? It’s like the MOST important thing.
So, I’m a Huskies fan.
But I live in Iowa. So it would be ungracious of me not to support Iowa teams.
And when Connecticut plays Iowa. . . sigh. . . well you see my dilemma.
And then of course I support MSU, because that is my alma mater. So I get all twisted when MSU plays either Connecticut or either of the Iowa teams.
And NOW there is my about to be state: New Mexico. So there are two teams there. And I want to be a good New Mexican.
So. . .the potential for conflict is growing, well, exponentially.
What kind of packer are you?
No, not football. Geesh. You and my husband!
No, I mean packing as in boxing up all your crap to move it to another location, packing.
I like to think I’m a pristine packer. Nice sleek boxes, nice tape. Packing carefully, lots of bubble wrap and peanuts, and very clean items, carefully chosen as necessary to my new about-to-be life.
At least throw out the crap you haven’t seen since the last time you unpacked, thirteen years ago.
S I G H
Instead, I’m dumping it in, and sealing it up, and thinkin’, “I’ll sort through that when we unpack.” or “I wash all that when I have a dishwasher again.” I suck. I know it, and I keep on suckin’ at packing.
Speaking of which. Guess who has not placed one single item in one single box so far?
You women know of what I speak.
The noodle heads of course claim that racism exited stage left when MLK was declared the new human shield used by racists to declare their lack of racism. Ain’t no racism no mo’, I only judge by the content of the character!
As Juanita Jean so perfectly points out. There is nothing left to the imagination with this little bumper sticker coming to a car near you.
Is there anything but hate and “otherness” to these people?
At long last, have they no shame?
When they are not wrapping themselves in the American flag and proclaiming their way is “the way” they are slipping on the white robe of morality and telling everyone else how to live righteously.
All the while they are doing the nasty and lookin’ at the porn quicker than anyone else.
Speaking of which, Squatlo Rant has a link to the story of a woman and what it means to be subject to the Texas sonograms law from a real life example.
Meanwhile Ragin’ Rick is busy telling Puerto Ricans that they gotta learn to speak English and promising the rest of us, or them too, that he will spare no expense in having the Justice Department devote it’s time to eradicate pornography. He said he would personally look at it all, cuz he sure does know it when he sees it. Look out BARBIE, no more chest bumps for YOU.
This comes as great news to Americans who are looking for work. Perhaps they can be English teachers or porn identifiers in the new Santorum regime. Probably only a minimum wage job. . .oh I think Santorum is probably against minimum wage. . .makes ya dependent ya know.
Constant Weader points us to this older Vanity Fair article to understand the awful state that Republican policies have put this economy in. It’s a valuable read. Joseph Stiglitz is the author.
Did you know that “performance bonuses” were changed to “retention bonuses” to reflect that there was little performance but they sure wanted to pay themselves that money anyway.
It’s about greed. I bet that comes as a surprise.
This one just gave me a giggle. Written by a “purported” liberal turned conservative, it suggests all sorts of things that are patently untrue on the surface and beneath. This guy is about my age, maybe a bit younger. I did not grow up thinking capitalism was somehow bad. And duh, you might want to look at the numbers. Americans are far from the happiest people on the planet. They regularly fall far below most Europeans in life satisfaction. That darned anecdotal evidence thing again. An anecdote does not make a generalization dude.