Sunday, July 11, 2004

In the world of people with nothing better to complain about

Since when was clothes line placement a human rights issue?

This article, found at, tells us about Housewives' 'mafia' and the war of the washing lines

Can't technology take care of this? Dryers?

This reminds me of a story. When I was 11 or 12, I went to a YWCA summer camp at a local high school. We were out in front of the school and decided to split into two groups on either side of the street. We lined up and pretended to be playing tug of war with an invisible rope.

Cars actually stopped.

And when one finally zoomed by we all fell forward as though he burst through the rope. It was quite funny.