this is office space.

So I was going to blog today about Calpernia Addams and the premiere of her new dating show, Transamerican Love Story, on Monday. And I still might. But it’s been busy (in a good way), and I’ve been distracted, so I haven’t gotten there yet. But in the meantime, some of the funny things I’ve […]

i certainly haven’t been shopping for any new shoes.

I went to class again last night. With each evening I spend there, I am continually surprised, both by the optimism these young women have about our society and with the naivete they display. They are so composed that I often forget most of them are just about 18, less than a year out of […]

we cannot turn back.

I voted this morning; my polling place is located in the all-purpose room of my son’s school. On the way in, I saw that the school had created a Dream Wall. I knew they had been teaching the kids about Martin Luther King Jr. last month; I came home one day to the news that […]

monday afternoon quarterbacking: the commercials

Someone recently left a comment here that consisted solely of an Oscar Wilde quote: It is a curious fact that people are never so trivial as when they take themselves seriously. Apparently, it’s a problem I have, taking myself (and the world around me) too seriously. Well, whatever, because I’m about to do it again: […]

everyday is like sunday.

Well. I’m not really sure what to say at this point. Ann Coulter, someone I have just about zero respect for, has stated that she would support Hillary Clinton if John McCain wins the Republican nomination. No, seriously. See for yourself: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2JoSo17Azk&rel=1]I’m not really sure what to do when Ann Coulter and I agree on […]