Monthly Archives: December 2008

Being Poor Is Hard…For *Me*

Gentle reader lookinfortime sent me a link to this intriguing article. I tried very hard to feel sorry for this woman, who has lost so much money in the Madoff scandal that she may – MAY – have to sell … Continue reading

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Why I Won’t Be Seeing Marley And You, Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston started popping up everywhere on the magazine racks lately, and this weekend I saw a few of her appearances on the television promoting her new film, Marley And Me.  She was on Conan, I think it was, and … Continue reading

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All I Want For Christmas Is Toilet Paper With A Small Carbon Footprint

I made some great Amazon discoveries today. For example, they have a new “Subscribe & Save” plan where they can send you a huuuuuuuuge pile of Splenda for $14.64 and free shipping as long as you subscribe to have it … Continue reading

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It Sounds Like Fun, Except It’s Easier To Lay Here On The Couch

At work, I’m sort of associated with two different floors, which means I was going to have to be involved in two Secret Santas. For those of you who don’t have them, Secret Santa is a Satanic ritual invented by … Continue reading

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A Very Large Talent

A close personal friend of mine works at the corporate offices for Bumble and Bumble, and was doing some sort of customer survey on the phone which involved calling up former customers, and he just got to speak with adorable … Continue reading

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Mormon Scale of Gullibility

Have you ever heard of Mohs scale of mineral hardness?  It’s a scale rating the hardness of stones from softest to hardest.  It goes from talc to diamonds in just 10 steps! I’ve just made up a similar scale based … Continue reading

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Top 3 Mormon Fears: Gays, Women, And Any Smart People Not Already Covered By Gays/Women

May 18,1993 – Apostle Boyd K. Packer tells All-Church Coordinating Council that LDS church faces three major threats: “The dangers I speak of come from the gay-lesbian movement, the feminist movement (both of which are relatively new), and the ever-present … Continue reading

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