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Doodle Duels!

This morning, I laughed so hard at Jason's Doodle Duels that I almost cried. What a fine way to start the day. I mean, how cute is this?

UPDATE: Oh dear! Libby is at it too!

Church Sign Generator

Make your own church sign. See Becky's sign and the one I made, which is decidedly more disturbing, but something I've been worrying a lot about lately.

Link via Becky.

Finally, 100 Things About Me

I know I'm kind of late to this party, but what the heck:

  1. Every time I see a bottle of calamine lotion, the song "Poison Ivy" gets stuck in my mind.
  2. Every time I fly, during takeoff the song "Keep Their Heads Ringin'" gets stuck in my mind. (In the video, they steal a plane.)
  3. I love the show Everybody Loves Raymond.
  4. I am the biggest misocapnist you know. I guarantee it.
  5. Sometimes, when my feet feel really good and I feel good all over (my feet have to feel good in order for this to happen), I think that if other people could experience how good it feels to be me, they'd never want to be themselves again.
  6. I drive a 1998 Honda Civic with the following stickers: Keep Abortion Legal, a Lucinda Williams World Without Tears sticker, and a Kasey Chambers The Captain sticker.
  7. I lived with my parents until I was 24 years old.
  8. The biggest regret of my life is caving in to family pressure and going to college in my hometown rather than going away.

New Howard Dean Button

Thanks for the Dean button, Mena! Very cool.

Random Saturday Stuff

What a beautiful day: 64 degrees and thunderstormy. I say that knowing how much I sound like a member of the Addams family, but oh well; I do love this kind of weather. Last night I had a very weird dream. I attended a speech given by George W. Bush. His photographers had forgotten their cameras, so one of his aides asked if anyone in the audience had a camera. It just so happened that I had my big fabulous Canon A2E, so I went up to the front. They instructed me to sit in the front row, along with a bunch of soldiers in Army uniforms, and take pictures. I did, and then after the speech, Bush asked if there were any questions. I raised my hand and stammered something about women's rights, and Colin Powell said, "Why don't you tell us what you really think?" They then told me they liked my pictures so much that they wanted me to be Bush's official photographer, and were willing to pay me a lot of money. I thought to myself, can I really be the photographer for an administration that goes against everything I stand for? Would I still be able to blog about my political views? Then I woke up.

Andrew Jackson had a "slobbering habit"

Elle always finds the neatest stuff online. I spent a quite unproductive morning the other day looking at the medical history of American presidents.

Weight Watchers Recipe Cards, 1974

Just look at it. I'd have lost weight too eating THAT stuff! Hahahahaha.

On an unrelated note, I just looked at the much-snickered-about Pixyland for the first time in a few years. Randy Constan seems like a very cool guy, actually. The world needs more people who put "Guitarist, Inventor, Engineer, Eternal Child" on their business cards and post pictures of themselves in pixie outfits online. It looks as though he'll be on VH-1 soon; too bad I no longer have cable.

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