Some days it doesn't pay to get out of bed.
Tim and Felicia's latest possible baby name is Harlan Ellison. I like that name.
I like Harlan Ellis a bit better, though. I wanted to have twin boys and name them Zachary and Zebedy.
Up on Gobbler's Knob--no sex jokes, please-- disgruntled FAUX Punxsutawney Phil did NOT see his shadow, so there will be an early spring in PA.
Could they have drawn it out any longer than they did? UGH. They intro'ed every doggone person on the dais,
and said, "Are you ready?" to the crowd about 500 times. BTW, that was NOT the same Punxy Phil they had last year. This one looked like a baby.
In keeping with tradition, though, the groundhog did piss all over the handler, and RIGHTLY SO! I'd piss all over them, too, if they yanked me out of a nice warm sleep.
Speaking of me, I decided to run for President. Hell, why not? Everyone else is. Then I realized I'd have to leave the trailer and quickly withdrew my application and went back to bed.
Is the truth always the best? There's a scandal currently playing out in San Francisco that is the direct result of
a woman confessing to an affair that happened in January 2005. San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom,
who btw, is incredibly hott but that doesn't give him an excuse for being a skank, has been accused of having
an affair with his friend/campaign manager's wife. Ruby Rippek-Tourek confessed as part
of her rehab program, and the mayor says the allegations are true.
Now several people have been hurt by
this revelation, and I have to wonder, if telling the truth is always a smart idea, even when it's part of your rehab?
It's really interesting, too, to read comments like "as long as he does his job, I don't care what he does in private."
Cheating and sneaking around behind a friend's back shows a decided lack of morals, and
people are naive enough to think this dishonesty won't carry over into other areas of the man's life? Puhleeze.
There was an article on MSN about women breastfeeding in public. I don't get why some people are so
offended by it, but I believe the author of the piece who says that women are usually the most critical of all.
Personally, I think it should be a private thing, but when your baby is hungry, your baby is hungry.
Which would you rather have near you: a screaming baby or a well fed baby?
If it were me, I'd more than likely use a rest room to breastfeed, but when you're on an airplane or some public place, you
should be permitted to breast feed without being hassled. It amuses me that people see
no problem with women exposing their breasts on tv or in magazines, but attach a
baby's mouth to that same breast and they're outraged at the indecency of it all.
Watching a woman breast feed is like watching tv: if you don't like what you see, nobody's forcing you to watch.