December 09, 2008
November 28, 2008
I had in one hand the glass bowl of stuffing. As I started to walk up the steps, I tripped upward, dropped the glass bowl, which then broke, with my momentum causing me to fall hands first onto the glass.
I never knew what having a giant shard of glass in my bloody hand felt like until last night. Now I do, and I never want to have that happen again. All the while, my cousin's twin boys just stared at the carnage, saying, "Wow! That looks like it hurts." Ahh. 8 year olds!
Anyway, no stitches were needed, but I do need to keep it heavily bandaged until a good scab develops, and my typing has to be curtailed, so I may be away for a while.
And what really sucks is that my injured hand is my right hand, which I use for "cleaning the prostate".
November 07, 2008
I'll still be Twittering over here, though.
November 04, 2008
October 30, 2008
October 28, 2008
Comrade Cuffy, please report to sensitivity camp.
(Via Cuffy's racist hateblog.)
October 24, 2008
Did you know that the Field Museum in Chicago allowed after-hours private parties for college students? I didn't but I'm glad they do:
Students of Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management reportedly got drunk, vomited on the floor, spit at people, passed out and threw things at Sue herself.
"There was definitely some inappropriate behavior that occurred at the event,'' said Northwestern spokesman Al Cubbage.
In an e-mail reprimand to her fellow students, Andrea Hanson, a vice president of the Kellogg Student Association, called the Sept. 26 party "an embarrassment.''
Hanson declined to elaborate Thursday, but in the e-mail to classmates she described how drunken students -- "already too overserved" -- forced the Field Museum to shut down the open bar to try to calm the situation.
Students smuggled in alcohol -- filling trash cans with empty bottles -- and some students "passed out in high-traffic areas,'' wrote Hanson, adding that "students were throwing things at a historic artifact: Sue, the Tyrannosaurus rex, which the Field Museum purchased for over $8.3 million.''
Reportedly, they won't be allowed to return without "Breathalyzers, high security, and chaperones."
Stay classy, Kellogg School of Management!
October 15, 2008
So instead, I found the live stream of the debate from Hulu.com (it is below the fold). You can watch it here, while we chat.
The debate starts at 9:00 pm EDT (8:00 pm CDT).
*** Chat application and streaming debate removed ***
Thanks for hanging out with us!
October 04, 2008
October 02, 2008
Debate starts at 8:00pm (CDT) but I'll load the chat application around 7:00pm (CDT) for pre-debate cocktails. BYOBFV (bring your own bacon-flavored vodka)
September 26, 2008
Welcome to the live chat of the first presidential debate being held in Oxford, Mississippi, home of my Ole Miss Rebels.
September 25, 2008
September 11, 2008
Hurricane Ike is planning to pay y'all a visit in the next few days. Please evacuate if necessary, take care of you and yours and keep us posted on your status.
You'll be in our thoughts and prayers.
And for the record, I think Hurricane Ike should go die in a fire.
September 06, 2008
September 04, 2008
UPDATE: DPUD said I could host it here too. So jump in, morons. (Thanks, DPUD)
(doubleplusundead) Bumped for tonight's Convention events
(doubleplusundead) I got no heads up that we're doing chat, but I thought I'd bump it again.
September 02, 2008
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