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YES.

September 25, 2010

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The word’s on the street and it’s on the news

May 21, 2010

I’m not gonna teach him how to dance with you.
He’s got two left feet and he bites my moves.
I’m not gonna teach him how to dance, dance, dance, dance.

May 10, 2010

Early yesterday morning* I was trying to explain something to my sister, decided I didn’t want to bother with it, and the following conversation ensued.

Me: “Never mind. I don’t want to articulate.”
Sister: “…Are you asleep?!”
Me: “No! If I were asleep, would I be  using words like articulate?”
Sister: “Yes.”
Me: “Okay, yeah, you’re right.”

*=Early for me, haha.

Top That!

December 15, 2009

Hahhahahahahhaha I love Teen Witch.

Wee little child singing “I’m Yours” = best video EVERRRR

December 10, 2009

I found this on [pageslap]. Here’s Nicole Stamp’s commentary:

“OH MY GOD OH MY GOD. WATCH THIS IMMEDIATELY.”

I couldn’t agree more!

Christmas trees…not just for Flat Earthers anymore. :)

November 25, 2009

Horticulturist Felder Rushing gives the following info regarding the “but I REALLY want a Christmas tree”/save-the-Earth deal.

Are fake trees better for the environment?
No. “They can be reused, but they’re not biodegradable,” says Rushing. Eventually, artificial trees end up in landfills and stay there for centuries. Another problem: These trees are often made with polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a plastic that releases harmful dioxins into the air during manufacture. Plus, overseas factories produce most fake trees and ship them great distances, generating high levels of carbon dioxide emissions in transit.

How about a living tree that can be replanted later–is that a good way to go?
“It’s a nice idea but a bad practice,” according to Rushing. “Bringing these trees indoors in the winter is a terrible thing, physiologically speaking. A very small percentage of the trees survive, probably less than one in 10.”

But if I buy a fresh tree, aren’t I contributing to deforestation?
“Nope. These plants are farmed specifically to be Christmas trees,” explains Rushing, who adds that they’re typically a low-pesticide crop. “In fact, you’re supporting local agriculture when you buy one grown in your own area.”

Looking for Christmas tree farms? Or maybe recycling centers who’ll turn your ex-Xmas tree into compost or wood chips?[Via ]

I was absolutely captivated for four and a half minutes by this singing 3-year-old.

October 17, 2009

Observe.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(By the way..I’m working on collecting enough versions of this song for a volume two of my infamous Puff the Magic Dragon mix cd. If you happen to have any, I’d love to receive them, haha. They make excellent–and free–all-occasion gifts..I’m especially looking for Seal, Bing Crosby, John Denver, Tom Chapin, the Kingston Trio, and Tori Amos, but I’m also happy to include *talented* lesser-knowns.) :]