A Twitter Story in 140 Characters. Tom emptied his drawers, leaving Ann alone in bed with a bag of nuts. Ann ate them, despite her allergy, tweeted a salty goodbye then died.
FYI, guys. Washing dishes is not magic realism, fantasy or science fiction. You cannot wish a dish dirt free by rubbing a Genie’s lamp or will it clean with telekinetic abilities. Dirty dishes in a sink remain in a state of food decay until said dish undergoes a Loofah scrub or dishwasher… Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia Barking Up the Far Right Tree in Straw Poll, Iowa With a purebred to mutt ratio of 2 to 1, the recent Iowa vote reflected the views of the majority of Straw Poll voters, the Bulldogs and Hounds. When asked if Dog belonged in politics, Harry Hound bayed, “Buuuuuuuuut of course, who… Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia I’ve got a new guilty pleasure. Can you guess what it is? Already you’re discouraged. Wait until you hear. I’m dying to tell you … I’m absolutely spritzing. While channel surfing through our new cable program line up, I tripped over Jewish Life TV, fell down, and couldn’t get up. God, I’m… Continue reading
Apparently, all corporations aren’t part of the evil empire. Earlier today, a representative of Newell Rubbermaid contacted me to clarify the LA Times article I cited in my post yesterday. Hi Lauren, just read your blog with interest. I’m with Newell Rubbermaid and wanted to clarify something from the LA Times article. We actually are… Continue reading
Image by SS&SS via Flickr Now that Big Biz has helped stall the economy because they’re not adding new workers, and in fact, laying workers off, they’re cutting and running overseas to invest in growth over there. Warning: Do not ingest any food byproducts before reading this. Today from the Los Angeles Times: Newell Rubbermaid… Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia In tribute to the brain dead politicians who wasted billions of dollars last week while trying to resolve the debt crisis, I’m reposting this piece from 2009. Are you a Debtutant? “Nothing says give me a break like a credit card slap in the hand,” the sales lady said. “Yes,” the others… Continue reading