I heart Jethro Tull.
call her green, for the children who’ve made her
Archive for November, 2006
The “Union” in “European Union” seems very similar to the Confederate interpretation of “United” in “United States of America.” I wonder if the EU will work any better than the Confederacy did. They’re coming at it from opposite sides, which does make a significant difference, but they’re similarly bureaucratic and individual members are similarly touchy [...]
I waited in line at the coffee shop the other day behind a bike-riding Santa and two elves. They were all carrying Jansport backpacks full of presents.
Hey, Santa, pass us that bottle, will ya?
My ears are numb.
So here I am at the library, revelling in their high speed internet connection and the knowledge that I did something productive with my morning. Namely, drinking tea with the sweetest, most grandmotherly woman I’ve ever met, while she taught me how to fix a variety of maladies that can afflict the bindings of library [...]
Link to this post in the name of science.
Mmm…white wine and peanut butter sandwiches. I love being a grown up.
I would like to see a plan of this room because I don’t see how there would be room for her behind a bookcase without pushing it out from the wall a noticeable amount. Also, they can’t have searched her room too thoroughly, if her foot was still plainly visible. What a crazy way to [...]
What do you want from me, Don Quixote?