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Saturday, January 21, 2006
Photography
To me, photography is all about the timing. Being in the right place, at the right time. The light feels just right sometimes. You see something and you know you have to take a photo of it. The beauty of digital photography is that I can take multiple photos of the same thing and decide later what one I prefer. Plus, manipulating the shot with Photoshop Elements can't be beat. It's almost as enjoyable as snapping the shot in the first place.
www.flickr.com
Monon Snowfleur_de_lisa@sbcglobal.net's Monon Snow photoset
 
posted by Lisa at 1/21/2006 10:16:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
Sister Mary Elephant (Shudd up!)
this is an audio post - click to play

I must have been bored often as a child, because it seems I found many unusual ways to occupy my time. I'd read the dictionary or look at every page of the Sears catalog for fun and entertainment (as it was). Hey- this was in the day before computers, internet video games or cable TV. We had to make our own entertainment. One thing I loved to do was play my brothers records on a portable record player I owed. This audio post is a clip of one of my favorites as a kid, "Sister Mary Elephant" by Cheech and Chong. Of course, I didn't know it was Cheech and Chong at the time. Guess I never bothered to read that on the record. Didn't matter anyhow- I had no idea who they were. I'd crack up every time I'd listen to this record. It was a great 45 record- I loved 45's best of all. I had a terrific one that was clear red- I think it was "Wipeout" by the Safari's.

I played "Sister Mary Elephant" for my son tonight and he couldn't stop laughing... It was the laughter of a kid- a true belly laugh. Mary Elephant must appeal to the kid in all of us...

....Thankyou....

 
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The Saturday Six

1. Do you generally tend to be early, late or right on time? I tend to be either early or right on time. My boss is always 15 to 20 minutes late to work every day and it makes me insane waiting for her every morning.

2. Did you belong to any clubs in high school? If so, which did you value the most? Maybe the French club or something but I really don't recall.

3. Where was your favorite place to hang out when you were in high school? How often were you there and were you usually with friends or alone? As far and hang-outs go, we did have one pizza place we would go to after football games. The popular thing to where I grew up was to cruise up and down "the strip" on Friday and Saturday nights. My best friend had a car with T-Tops and we would pop the top out and think we were so cool.

4. Take this quiz (if you haven't already!): What chess piece are you? (Thanks to Charles.)

An Inner Black Pawn You scored 1 Power-Finesse, 2 Leader-Follower, 3 Unique-Ordinary, and 2 Offense-Defense!
You are a believer in your cause, so you try to help your black brothers fight off the oppression of the whiteys. Your role is more supportive of the big guys on your team as they do the cool stuff, but at least you aren't just cannon fodder like the Outer Pawns. You have to react to a situation since white gets the first move, but you are the constant thorn in White's side. White is going to try to kick your ass quick, but fortuantely if your King knows what he's doing, someone's got your back. You like your contribution to be supporting the big picture, even if it means you take one for the team.
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 26% on Offense-Defense
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5. When is the last time you played a board game and what game did you play? Did you win? I believe I played a game of Trivial Pursuit Jr., and yes I won.

6. You're called to serve on a jury. Would you rather sit on a capital murder case, a personal injury case, a wrongful death suit or a drunk driving case, and why? I'd rather sit on a wrongful death suit because I think the evidence necessary to prove the case would make it a more interesting trial.

The Saturday Six

 
posted by Lisa at 1/21/2006 08:27:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Saturday Six
1. Do any of your friends, family or co-workers know about your blogs? For those that do, did you tell them or have they stumbled upon it by themselves? I guess a few people know about my blog because I told them about it. 2. How did you come up with the title of your blogs? I just stumbled upon the idea. I say that I am the textbook definition of good (most of the time). 3. Do you prefer to have many projects going on at once or do you prefer multitasking? Many projects at once. 4. Take this quiz (if you haven't already!): What high school stereotype are you? I don't think I fall into any of the categories! Take the What High School Stereotype Are You? quiz. 5. What was the hardest thing to master when you were learning to drive? Parallel parking. It didn't help my driving school instructor was the football coach who drank vodka out of his "tea thermos" all day. 6. How well did you do with that one thing on your very first driver's exam? I aced everything. But I can't parallel park today.
 
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Friday, January 20, 2006
Super Lisa...
I guess this is what I would look like if I were a superhero. You can make your own here.
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 09:26:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
I won..
I never win anything, unless you count Trivial Pursuit. I received an email from my new favorite theater, the Keystone Art Cinema, and they were giving away tickets to a preview showing of "The World's Fastest Indian" with Sir Anthony Hopkins. I received an email today that I won two tickets to the Tuesday screening. So, I guess I'll be out past my bedtime that evening.
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 08:42:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Gimme 4
4 Jobs You Have Had in Your Life Manager of Mrs. Fields Cookies, Orthodontic assistant, pre-school teacher, Office Manager 4 Movies You Could Watch Over and Over Fried Green Tomatoes, Steel Magnolias, The Color Purple, Out of Africa 4 Places You HaveLived Kailua, Hawaii- Rancho Santa Margarita, California- West Lafayette, Indiana- Indianapolis, Indiana 4 TV Shows You Love to Watch Faulty Towers on BBC, CSI, Will and Grace, Ellen 4 Places You Have Been on Vacation Grenada, Venezuela, Grand Cayman, St. Kitts 4 Websites You Visit Daily The Daily Meme, StockXchng, Blogger, Google 4 of Your Favorite Foods Cheesecake, Dark Chocolate, Rigatoni, Filet Mignon 4 Places You Would Rather Be Right Now Key West- Kona, Hawaii- Aruba, My Bed
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 05:42:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
The Friday FooFah
Getting There
1. Do you own a car? What make and model? Do you consider cars a boring point A to B appliance or does talk of V8's and turbo-charging make your eyes light up. Yes, I own a car. It is a 2005 Honda Pilot EX. I tend to like cars. I had a 1965 Mustang that was being restored but I had to get rid of it. 2. SUVs : practical and roomy or gas-guzzling monstrosities? Unfortunately, they are a little bit of both. I love the ability to carry things and people around but the gas milage is nowhere near as good as my Honda Accord. 3. Your dream car is...? A Honda Element- Just Kidding! Probably a Jaguar XJ
Friday FooFah
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 05:00:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
The Friday Five
1. What is your preferred trusted news source? NPR 2. What is a news source that you will never trust? Fox News- it's more drama and fiction than actual journalism. 3. What is the news topic during the last calendar year that you feel got the worst coverage? I think the coverage in Iraq of the civillian deathtolls have been completely overlooked. Preliminary estimates as of December of 2004 revealed that at least 6,000 Iraqi citizens in Fallujah had been killed, and one-third of the city had been destroyed. 4. What news item do you feel got too much coverage in the last calendar year? Bush's talking up the war in Iraq. 5. If you had complete control of your favored news source(s) (answer to question 1), what would you do with it that is not already being done? Even more diverse coverage on an vast array of topics.
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 02:28:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Friday Fandango
Scenario: You're in New York for a business meeting and on the last night there, you manage to sneak off to do a little shopping. Maybe it's your oversized sunglasses… or your habit of speaking in hushed tones to the sales people, but you seem to be mistaken for a celebrity. Not only are the sales people practically bending over backward to help you, but they are also discouraging the other customers, who have been using their cell phones to snap your picture, from approaching you for autographs. You naturally feel bad for rusing them but you must admit that you do love the attention. What do you do?? A. Spill the beans. You can't live with the guilt. B. Leave before they figure it out. C. Call your mom and pretend that you're talking to Brad Pitt, just to stir up the rumor mills. D. Have the store send the bill to "your agent". I'd have to spill it...I can't think of a celeb I look like anyhow and what if someone asked for my autograph, I wouldn't know what name to write!
Friday Fandango
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 02:14:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Friday's Feast
Appetizer -About how many times per day do you check your email? During the week I just leave my messenger up so my email pops up whenever it comes in. Soup-If you had the money to collect something really valuable, what would it be? I don't really like to collect things as I prefer a clutter-free exsistence. Salad-Write a sentence using the letters of your favorite beverage. (Example: The egret admires.) Women indulge nearly everyday Main Course-If you could be on a game show, which one would you want it to be? I'd love to be on Jeopardy- but I know I'd get my butt kicked! Dessert- Name 3 computer programs or web sites you would hate to be without. I used Money, PhotoShop and I Tunes frequently.
Friday's Feast
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 01:53:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Friday Fiver
1. What do you normally eat for breakfast? More often than not, I have a bowl of oatmeal with Splenda brown sugar in it, a glass of milk with vanilla Instant Breakfast and a glass of orange juice. I love breakfast, it’s my favorite meal but I am rather rushed during the week so this is the best I can manage. 2. Are you more likely to drink coffee or tea? I enjoy both tea and coffee but I don’t make it a habit of drinking either one on weekday mornings. I make a pot of coffee each weekend morning and I like of cup of tea now and again in the afternoon. 3. Would you consider yourself a good cook? I am a respectable cook. I take pleasure in tinkering in the kitchen and I’m always trying out new recipes, much to the chagrin of my son (he’d rather have the same thing over and over most of the time). 4. What is your favorite meal? My favorite meal that I cook myself is my Bolognese sauce with angel hair, a salad and a cream puff for dessert. 5. Green eggs and ham: would you eat it? Sure, I’d try green eggs and ham. I am open minded, even though I’m not particularly fond of ham. It would be a culinary adventure.
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 09:19:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Four For Friday
FOUR FOR FRIDAY

Q1 - Teachers: The Houston Independent School District (HISD) is about to become the largest public school district in the United States to tie teachers' pay to their students' standardized test scores. How do you feel about this? Do you feel HISD and other school districts around the country should be able to tie teacher pay to student performance, or should merit or something else aside from student performance figure into the equation?
I disagree with having a correlation between teacher pay and student test scores. It could prompt cheating on the test and unnecessary focus only on the test and not on the overall learning of the students. It should not be allowed in any U.S. School district.
Q2 - Osama: Do you honestly think Osama bin Laden will ever be captured or killed by U.S. troops?
No, unfortunately, I don't think we'll ever capture or kill Osama. Look how long he's kept us at bay thus far. Also, I don't feel it is truly a priority of the government like Saddam was or else we'd have focused our resources on bin Laden instead of Iraq.
Q3 - Emotion: When and why was the last time you screamed at the top of your lungs?
I can't say that I can recall. Probably calling my my dog the one time she ran out of the yard a few months ago.
Q4 - Your Bed: Is your bed really comfortable, or do you live with poor sleep caused by the quality of your bedding?
My bed is fantastically comfortable. It is important to me to have a cozy place to sleep as we spend so many hours of our lives there. I have great sheets and a terrific mattress.
Four On Friday
 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 08:25:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
5 On Friday
Wall Flowers

1. What is the wallpaper on your computer? Right now the wallpaper at work is a photo of my son and my dog and the wallpaper on my personal laptop is a photo of a statue that I had taken this summer. 2. What color are the walls in the room you're in right now? It is a very light tan and cream textured wall paper- not my choice as I'm in my office 3. Describe some of the wallpapers you have lived with. Are we talking computer desktop or walls of our home? When I was a kid we had this horrible wallpaper in the kitchen with food on it in orange, rust and avacado colors (hey- it was the 70's afterall). 4. Would you ever consider using wallpaper to decorate? What would it look like? I hate wallpaper. I am more of a solid-color person. I like paint, I even like bright colors- but no wallpaper. There is a horrid floral wallpaper in the house I bought in the half bathroom and it has to go. 5. If you could use anything not specifically intended for walls (no paint, wallpaper, etc) to spruce up your walls, without any nasty consequences, what would you use? One quick option would be to hang lots of art or framed photos.

 
posted by Lisa at 1/20/2006 08:07:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Scrabble
I love Scrabble but I don't get to play it very often. It's been quite some time since I last played. I need to purchase a Scrabble dictionary- that would make the game more enjoyable. I came across this the other day and thought it was a cute idea...It's a good thing that Scrabble doesn't allow proper names- it appears my name isn't worth much anyhow.
Pholph's Scrabble Generator My Scrabble© Score is: 4. What is your score? Get it here.
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Thursday, January 19, 2006
Sign
 
posted by Lisa at 1/19/2006 08:52:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Coke
Originally intended as a patent medicine when it was invented in the late 19th century, Coke was rumored to be originally green in color. Why are Coke and Pepsi brown, Sprite and 7UP clear and Mountain Dew yellow? Why don't we have technicolor soda (or pop, if you prefer)? I know there's orange pop, and red cream soda- but those aren't all that common. How about green or blue or purple or pink? I wonder if there was some sort of study that showed that people prefer brown over these colors... I miss soda in bottles. It seemed to taste better. The big tall 16 ounce bottles. And when you were done drinking the soda you'd collect the bottles and take them back for the refund on the deposit.
 
posted by Lisa at 1/19/2006 08:19:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Booking Through Thursday
Booking Through Thursday

We're just wrapping up the third week of January. Wow. Already. Time to check in with your reading report.

  1. Have you finished any books yet? Only "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe"
  2. If you have, how many, what were they, how did you like them? I enjoyed the book and the movie- a rare thing as I usually don't like the movie much
  3. If not, why not? Are you currently reading anything that you just haven't finished yet? I'm reading "A Million Little Pieces" but it is taking me longer than usual because I'm spending more time writing than reading.

 
posted by Lisa at 1/19/2006 08:02:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Tokyo Joe's

The after effects of a birthday lunch at a Japanese restaurant, Tokyo Joe's.

They have a full sushi bar, karaoke and the food is prepared on hibachi grills. This room we're in is a special room for parties. It is a traditional Japanese table, low to the ground. Before you enter you remove your shoes and step up in to this beautiful room.

The best part is, after you feast on salad with ginger dressing, bowls of rice, hibachi steak and vegetables and ice cream tempura- you can lay back and snooze right where you are.

 
posted by Lisa at 1/19/2006 07:43:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Thursday Photo Challenge
CURRENT Theme is "HIGH"(Skyscraper, Stilts, Bridge, Tower, Chimney, Aircraft, Tall Person, Mountains, Loud, High-Pitched, High-Priced, Exuberant, Euphoric,...)
 
posted by Lisa at 1/19/2006 07:19:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Thursday Threesome
Onesome: eBay-- Is eBay your first stop when looking for something? ...or your last place to go when you cannot find it anywhere else? Do you even use it? ...and hey, have you scored anything choice there lately? No, EBay isn’t my first stop when looking for something. Somehow I’m still a bit leery of what precisely it is that I am going to receive. I’m fearful of believing I’m ordering one thing and receiving something quite different as far as quality goes. I do use it infrequently, usually as a last-stop shop, but my son loves to peruse the items. He’s ordered quite a few things. Actually, he give me the cash I order it for him. Twosome: and-- while we're at it: if you did your shopping online for Christmas, how did it go? Did things come in on time? Any significant failures? ...and if you didn't, will you consider trying online shopping sometime this year? I did quite a bit of shopping online for Christmas. I am a big fan of shopping that way especially at the holidays- anything to avoid the crowds. For the most part, I’ve been very pleased with this method. One or two things arrived late, but mostly due to my fault of not ordering soon enough. Threesome: PayPal-- Online shopping and services can be somewhat of an adventure; is PayPal your choice as a payment option or do you prefer another method. ...or do you shop locally or not at all? I’ve just started using PayPal this past year and had a good experience with it. I still don’t use it all of the time, as not all sites accept it. I do a fair bit of shopping locally, but the internet can’t be beat for items you just can’t locate in your area.
 
posted by Lisa at 1/19/2006 11:12:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
3X Thursday.
1. Describe the perfect vacation. A trip to a beautiful, secluded island in the Caribbean. White sand and turquoise water everywhere. No plans, no schedule, no agendas- just pure and unadulterated relaxation. Frosty drinks with umbrellas, a pile of wonderful books to read and my own personal chef to create culinary delights. 2. Describe the perfect meal from appetizer to dessert. Perhaps starting off with prosciutto ham and melon, Caesar Salad,Peppered Beef Tenderloin Brochette and finally baked Alaska 3. Describe the perfect day. see above for the perfect vacation. Sun, beach, books, drinks, food Bonus Question for Comments: What *is* perfection, anyway? Well, Merriam-Webster dictionary says this of perfection: Etymology: Middle English perfeccioun, from Old French perfection, from Latin perfection-, perfected, from professors : the quality or state of being perfect : as a : freedom from fault or defect : FLAWLESSNESS b : MATURITY c : the quality or state of being saintly2 a : an exemplification of supreme excellence b : an unsurpassable degree of accuracy or excellence3 : the act or process of perfecting But I think it is something different for everyone. My concept of perfection may be total flawed to another.
 
posted by Lisa at 1/19/2006 08:08:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Wednesday, January 18, 2006
Writing
No, I don't mean writing, like writing the Great American Novel. I mean writing like cursive or printing. I often print my work memos to my co-workers. Other people I know either can't or don't write in cursive, outside of their signature. Still others combine both cursive and script to make up their own style of writing. My son, who is extremely dyslexic, cannot write in cursive outside of his name and struggles to read it fluently. On the other hand, I possess the odd (and rather useless) ability to write fluently in mirror image. So my question is, why do we insist upon having 2 different ways of writing the same letter? Well, it's actually 4 if you count cursive vs. Printing and lower case vs. Capital. When I was in elementary school I had a teacher who was obsessed with penmanship. We had lessons and daily drills. Even after all of that, I wouldn't say my handwriting is all that terrific- but at least it's passable and legible. I wonder if, as we move more and more towards computer use, writing will become outdated and seldom used?
 
posted by Lisa at 1/18/2006 09:18:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Hump Day Hunt
Winter is such a dreary time of year. So, to brighten things up, this week's word is: Color Each week they will post a random word and you find a photo that you think suits that word!
 
posted by Lisa at 1/18/2006 07:44:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
Wednesday Mind Hump
1. What artist and/or band (or a few) makes you want to crank your stereo so the whole neighborhood can hear? Dido, John Mayer, Maroon 5, Hoobastank and The Beatles 2. What are a few of your favorite songs to crank on your stereo? "Sunday Morning", "Day Tripper", "Margaritaville". 3. What artist or style of music do you NOT want to hear cranked up on a stereo? Some rap, opera and almost all country music. 4. What "stereo" do you use most often: regular stereo, DVD player, clock radio, computer, Ipod, or car stereo? IPod, car stereo or IPod hooked up to car stereo.
Wednesday Mind Hump
 
posted by Lisa at 1/18/2006 06:41:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
Question of the Day
Play it again What song have you (or someone you know) been so stuck on that you've played it over and over and over and over and over .... (you get the picture)? My son was so stuck on U2's "Vertigo" he played it all the time and even woke up to it on his CD alarm clock. I put it on his I-Pod and he proceeded to hook his I-Pod up to his stereo so we could all hear it, and hear it, and hear it. Could we remove the repeat button?
Link to Question of the Day
 
posted by Lisa at 1/18/2006 06:27:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Tuesday, January 17, 2006
The "Royal Flush"
Coffee Enemas- A Whole "Latte" Nonsense?

The caffeine post the other day made me think of something I had heard about several years ago...coffee enemas. This triggered an entire string of thought with me. I wondered if people walked in to the colonic spa and were asked, "regular or decaf" just like at Starbucks? Or how about, do you want room for cream in that? whole, 2% or skim? I found this article:

The use of coffee in enemas for detoxification purposes is well known. It is a common herbalogical remedy that has been suggested by holistic and alternative medicine professionals for many years. Why it works The effects of a coffee enema are different than a saline enema. The most important difference between a saline enema and a coffee enema is the presence of caffeine in the coffee. Caffeine, theophylline and theobromine, combine to stimulate the relaxation of smooth muscles causing dilatation of blood vessels and bile ducts. The effects of having a coffee enema are not the same as drinking coffee. The veins of the anus are very close to the surface of the tissue. The caffeine is therefore absorbed more quickly (and in higher concentration) than it is in when coffee is drunk. Liver benefits Additionally, coffee has a chemical makeup that is stimulative. The enzymes in coffee, known as palmitates, help the liver carry away the toxins in bile acid. The coffee is absorbed into the hemorrhoidal vein, then taken up to the liver by the portal vein. With the bile ducts dilated, bile carries toxins away to the gastro-intestinal tract. Simultaneously, peristaltic activity is encouraged because of the flooding of the lower colon. Thus, when the colon is evacuated, the toxins and bile are carried out of the body. Supplies You will need to buy a re-usable enema kit, available at most pharmacies. They are usually disposable (although they can be cleaned and reused for several months) and they are inexpensive. Distilled water. Organic coffee, any roasting level will do. French Press pot. Preparing the Coffee Bring 8 cups of water to a boil. Grind eight heaping spoonfuls of organic coffee. Put it in a french press pot. Pour the water over the coffee grounds and let it steep then cool for one hour. After this amount of time, the liquid should be about body temperature. If you stick your finger in the water it should be lukewarm, but not hot. Press the coffee grounds to the bottom, then pour the coffee liquid into the enema bag. Directions Follow the directions that accompany the enema kit. Lie on your right side, inject and retain the coffee for 10-20 minutes. I recommend lightly massaging your abdomen from left to right (up the left side, and then left to right just below the navel). Additionally, I recommend changing positions while retaining the coffee. After a few minutes turn over onto your back, a few minutes later switch to your left side before evacuating your bowels. Concerns Many people are concerned that the body will become 'addicted' to the enema. This fear is unfounded. The bowels can continue to function on their own after enemas are discontinued.

Holy Shit! (pun intended)

The caffeine is absorbed more quickly than drinking? Does that mean one day we'll all be doing Starbucks enemas in the morning on the way to work for that "extra pep" to face the day? I'm really glad to hear that the effects of drinking coffee vs. a coffee enema are not the same... what a shock! They recommend using distilled water and organic coffee? I don't even use that for coffee I drink. But, it's good to know that any roast of coffee will do. How about Breakfast Blend for the am enema and French Roast for the afternoon pick-me-up colonic? And for any of you out there who are concerned about addiction to caffeine, the enema is the way to go as "Many people are concerned that the body will become 'addicted' to the enema. This fear is unfounded. The bowels can continue to function on their own after enemas are discontinued. "

Suggested Brands For Enema Use:

Starbutts, G.I.valia, Tushy's, Seattle's Butts Coffee, 100% mountain grown Colon-bean coffee Laxwell House and last, but not least, Innuendo ( the new Italian import brand)

I'm pleased to tell you that s.a.Wilson's Therapy Blend Coffee---supplies organic coffee that has been specifically blended and roasted for enema use.

What the hell does that mean? What is so different about this coffee from the regular crap you get at the local coffee shop? Sing along with me now.... The Best Part of Waking Up.. Is Folgers In Your Butt...

 
posted by Lisa at 1/17/2006 10:00:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Tuesday Is Choose Day
Would you rather:
tuesday is chooseday either leave your answers or a link to your webpage with your responses.
    Would you rather:
  1. sound like darth vader when you breathe OR like yoda when you talk? Darth Vader
  2. sweat constantly OR have bad breath that won't go away? bad breath
  3. be force-fed 10 mcdonald big macs OR 75 chicken mcnuggets? chicken
  4. take a trip to the sahara desert in the middle of summer OR tibet in the middle of winter? Sahara Desert- I hate to be cold
 
posted by Lisa at 1/17/2006 01:50:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post

Cost of Bush's Ego War In Iraq
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