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  • Online Things

    Posted June 4 by Liv

      “Often people that criticise your life are usually the same people that don't know the price you paid to get where you are today. True friends see the full picture of your soul.” ― Shannon L. Alder              

  • Melania Trump poses with herself

    Posted May 30 by Jack Yan

    Found on a comment thread from one Matt Matsuoka, a Hillary Clinton supporter: I believe in the traditional biblical marriage: One man and his sister one man and his dead brother’s wife one man and one woman and her servants one man and his rape victim one man and many women one man and 700 w...

  • random ridiculous statements in the news

    Posted May 29 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

     "My toddlers can't go 2 miles w/o an ipad." (In reference to the US considering extending the laptop ban in plane cabins - I do think this is a silly decision, but really, your toddlers can't live without their ipad? You need to rethink your parenting skills!) "He is respected by virtually ev...

  • Rassilon, as told by a big Doctor Who fan

    Posted May 28 by Jack Yan

    I wasn’t a Whovian to begin with, though I regularly watched Jon Pertwee as Doctor Who when I was a kid. The Tom Baker stories weren’t for me as they were too space-bound, and this tends to be the opposite to what diehard Whovians like. But I was fascinated by this video about Rassilon, ...

  • Strange food at Countdown

    Posted May 26 by Jack Yan

    In 1993, I stopped shopping at Woolworth’s (now Countdown) because of a racist incident, which I’ve gone into elsewhere. Just as well, because they sure sell some weird food there.

  • creature photos

    Posted May 26 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

       In order: a Cinnabar moth, you can make out an impression of it, who we saw caught midair by a bird, that then dropped the moth, and I caught in my hands but flew off before Masha could get a good photo of it. Cinnabar moths are super colourful, bright cinnabar red and black. More ...

  • news

    Posted May 26 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    My son's partner is pregnant with a boy! 

  • hair growth update

    Posted May 26 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    It is in that phase now, and will be for months, of WTF do I do with it. I will stick it out, and grow it into a messy bob. I am lazy about my hair and do not want to have to fuss with it much.   This is my goal hair:  

  • ‘You Know My Name’

    Posted May 19 by Jack Yan

    With the tragic suicide of Chris Cornell, here’s ‘You Know My Name’ from Casino Royale. I remember him more for this than Audioslave or Soundgarden.

  • ‘Accroche un ruban au bord de ton balcon’

    Posted May 16 by Jack Yan

    I’ve been a fan of French crooner Sacha Distel for years, and tonight’s earworm was ‘Accroche un ruban’, the French version of ‘Tie a Yellow Ribbon’. In this 1975 YouTube clip, Sacha sings some of the original English lyrics, too. It does seem the time of crooners...

  • What did Donald Trump do this week?

    Posted May 13 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    When that moron was announced winner of the election, I got to where I could not watch or listen to the news, or even read it, with the exception of people around the world protesting about it. Lately I find myself actually clicking straight to the World news section on the BBC news website. I want...

  • trust, found

    Posted May 10 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    It was a first He lay next to her And listened to the calm of her heartbeat; And it took almost a year But in the past week, The memory of heartbreak, his terror, The neglect, That no one loved him, It all was gone, fallen from him. And the prescence of her next to him bade him to finally, ...

  • Who knew? I didn't!

    Posted May 9 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    The wife of the new French PM is 64, and he is 39. They met when she was his teacher, and he was 15. And that is when their love relationship began. Only in France!!! And yes, she has had some work done. Not tons, though. Just the nose and teeth from what I can see. There might be something going o...

  • fashion victims

    Posted May 8 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    Just a bit of fun. Most  are celebrities with small brains. And all of it makes the wearers look like ho-bags.