I may have to get drunk and see this...
Here's a link in Politico
Who's still up and wants to talk? It's summer time and though I have to be somewhere at 9am, still can't sleep.
Let's do it again!
That I never thought I'd have to say (and probably say more than once a day):
I'm making GuyJinx watch the Great Sperm Race (don't judge us!) and making him play the game:
Being a teacher is weird. Especially when you teach middle school. Not because they grow 6 inches over the course of a year. Not because they haven't really understood deodorant. Not because they are so oblivious to things that are going on around them.
Apparently I "made" some kids watch After Earth for our Sci-fi project and the poor things have suffered. Trying to show them that there was NO way it could be that bad ("It has Will Smith in it! He's soo hilarious, you guys!), I decided to show them that I'd watch it.
Here I am at Jinxiejade at gmail.com
Stuck at home in my sick bed. Missing the meet-up, GuyJinx is going to rehearsal and my friends are germaphobes.
I'm still amazed I've managed 7 years as a teacher...
As some of you know, I got married last week. And, already, we're feeling a little stale. Thank God the Duggars are here to give us 7 Tips to Keep Your Marriage Funky Fresh!
WOOOOO! WHOSITS! She knows what she did!!!
Bless you, Winter Storm Nikita or whatever!!
I don't know who made the picture, but there's nothing funnier than the look on a face of doggie while it poos.
A Florida man who shot three of his neighbors killing two of them has cited the state's infamous Stand Your Ground law in his defense, but with a twist: William T. Woodward insists the "Bush Doctrine" of preventive war gives him the right to murder his neighbors before they murder him.