Monthly Archive: April 2009

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in DC: “I am a politician who is moral.”

I thought it would be enough to post this to Facebook, but I’m still shaking my head and laughing this morning. About 150 people rallied in Freedom Plaza outside D.C.’s City Hall to denounce support for same-sex marriage in the...

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ads: are y’all even still together?

Thanks to TiVo*, I don’t see that many ads anymore, but this one always cracks me up: “It’s the 34th time this year…” The other ads in the series are cute and ride that fine line of awkwardness that’s made...

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at work: overheard

Conversation between two co-workers yesterday mid-morning*: …I’ll tell you how to get in and we’ll play tomorrow. But when we do, you have to be the girl. I’m just kidding, we’ll make _______ the girl. I was immediately torn between...

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spam: ur (almost) doin it wrong

I’ve seen some pretty poorly done spam since moving to WordPress, but the following is about the most well-done I’m a real person and not a robot, I swear! spam comment I’ve gotten in a while: Not that I’m totally...

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earth day: the green monster

Is everyone learning a lot about how to be more green this week and especially today? Good. Will anyone other than the more socially conscious remember anything next week? Probably not. My BGA is putting on their dog & pony...

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random: crying over you

I wonder if I can leverage my allergy tears to my advantage at the office… “Can you handle this task?” — “*sniff, sob* Sure! No problem!” — “Uh… take your time, really.” I’ve become very interested in the weather but...

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video: world peace

At first I thought I might weigh in on the recent pageant kerfuffle*, but after watching some of the words and arguments from the sources and both sides, I had a my people, my people moment. So I decided to...

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comics: What’s an IKEA?

It’s kinda icky and rainy, work is busy and it’s definitely a moody day. At least my elevator was working again this morning. This panel from Basic Instructions cracked me up as part of the strip, “How to Make a...

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random: ow ow ow ow, we hate you, ow ow ow!

That would be the dialogue from my feet and legs after coming in from a friggin’ fantastic Happy Hour & Dinner with fun DC bloggers Gilahi, lacochran to say farewell to J.M. Tewkesbury* at Busboys and Poets and finding out...