Thursday, August 28, 2003

Husband for Hire

Being a single woman sharing a house with my brother (who sometimes lacks in sharing responsibilities), I am thrilled to see this story from The Moscow Times on How to Hire a Husband for an Hour. Some feminists might say "women need to learn how to do things themselves! Empowerment! We don't need men for anything."

I beg to disagree. I don't know how to fix my vaccum cleaner... I don't want to know. If someone can fix it for a few bucks then great! It makes me happy :)

Tuesday, August 26, 2003

Don't Inhale in Murfreesboro

Can you believe it? Does a city not have anything better to do than legislate who can and can't wear perfume? In this article from The Tennessean you can be amused at the antics of government.

Let's not worry about terrorism.. smelly perfume is far more important.

And NOW do you see why I'm a libertarian?

Wednesday, August 20, 2003

"Rights" bite back

In an amusing story about created classes, a women's group is fined for a barring transsexual. Fortunately there is precedence in the US - private groups may choose to associate with whomever they want (see the case against the Boy Scouts.

Not quite as amusing is a story about prejudice - against those who would say that homosexuality is wrong. A story from World Net Daily outlines where a janitor was attacked by radicals because of what his pastor said. Truth is always offensive. Remember that.

Monday, August 18, 2003

What not to wear

Have you seen that show on TLC? It is a riot! Wayne and Stacey are hysterical. Though they have replaced Wayne with some other guy and I can tell you it just won't be the same. They have this part of the show where the fashion victim goes into a mirrored box and wears their outfit - to see themselves at all angles. Wayne and Stacey would yell comments about why that is NOT a good choice.

Well, if you've ever wondered if your choices are questionable, check out this story and see that "what not to wear" is now happening in real life.

Friday, August 15, 2003

I'm not a doctor but I play one on TV...

OK, this is just stupid. I don't mind Arnold making a run for the governorship of California considering how Gray Davis mucked it up. But in this story from we learn that he may be asking former West Wing star Rob Lowe to serve in a senior leadership position in his campaign.

Is the next Democratic President going to ask Martin Sheen for advice on foreign policy? "I was never President but I won an emmy playing one and that makes me knowledgable."


Monday, August 04, 2003

Hunting for Bambi still making news

Vox Day, a columnist forWorldNetDaily, offers up this little gem and whacks the media about being gullible. This blog admits that it was gullible too - but admitted about a week before the mainstream media did.