But convicted rapist Ted Alvin Klaudt and his “Common Law Copyright Notice” can go whistle.
Month: December 2009
Things that are not our business, Duggar edition.
I don’t suppose anyone has a cite for this? “Every time you have a pregnancy, the placenta implants in the uterus and that implantation site cannot be used again because it’s scarred,” said Dr. Diane Harper of the University of… Read More ›
Thursday Cheezburger: Biology
Today’s Cheezburger high-school-subject theme is … Biology. Runner-up:
Femmostroppo Reader – December 17, 2009
Items of interest found recently in my RSS feed. What did I miss? Please share what you've been reading (and writing!) in the comments. OMG SHOEZ – more “women are callous bitchez” crap Security guards: 12-year-old rape victim wanted it… Read More ›
Ah, Tim Burton does Charles Dodgson – what could be finer?
I like this idea – it allows them to revisit the iconic characters and scenes as Alice struggles to remember her previous visits, and it allows for some kickarse new developments as well. I love the CGI work on Helena Bonham Carter’s Red Queen.
How not to write to a blogger
I guarantee you that your jaw did not just drop as far as mine did when I first read that. Yeah, I can totally see how he’s really loving our blog and is utterly captivated by our style of writing and the subjects we choose to write about. Yay for the females!
Quick Hit: Go on, admit that you secretly find Tony Abbott sexy.
Well, according to Janet Albrechtsen you do. Apparently, even his political stances that we despise can’t conquer the fact that we all really want a “Fit and50-something, the runner, cyclist and former boxer in a pair of Speedos with a… Read More ›
A False Sense of Security
“The internet filter will not protect kids from nasty things on the net, but will instead give parents a false sense of security leading to the very outcomes that they are trying to prevent”.
New site independentgirls.org (seeking writers)
Independent Girls is seeking writers to generate original content for the website and weekly newsletters. Writers will identify, research, and write about topics and trends salient to and in a style that appeals to and engages 9-15 year old girls […] Articles should answer questions girls have (or perhaps questions girls didn’t even know that they had) and an additional emphasis should be placed on developing the critical thinking skills.
It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas…
Soap. I made some. Quite a while ago now, but I’m gradually getting them trimmed up. Sorry about the photos – I can’t find my camera, so these were taken with my phone. Frankincense & Myrrh. I’m really happy with… Read More ›