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Monthly Archives: October 2006

comfortably numb

I don’t know if it’s good or bad that I am becoming desensitized to people telling me they are “in love with” my daughters. Not “love,” mind you, “in love”. The security guard at at school, the soccer coach, pre-school teachers (they actually use the phrase “have a crush on”). It’s fascinating to me that [...]

Live, Free!

Triumph! She cannot be supressed!

whore-lloween

This article very succienctly states what anyone who teaches at a high school, has a teenage daughter, or eagerly (and subconciously) anticipates adolescent trick-or-treaters, knows: “It’s a night when even a nice girl can dress like a dominatrix and still hold her head up the next morning.” Depending on what she ends up doing in [...]

the end of an error

Well, it was only a matter of time. The results aren’t in yet on whether or not this was my fifteen minutes. I think I would submit this to Colbert as an example of WIkiality.

dove = still on the crusade

Can’t they just accept that we want to believe that beautiful women have abnoramlly large alien eyes and skin tone reminiscient of the glow that follows a nuclear explosion? No, those people at Dove are out to prove to us that, with a little photoshop (product placement), we can all look freakily inhuman.

what a set up

Dina: It’s not snowing. Me; No, not yet. Dina: We could make it snow. Me: How? Dina: With our magic wand. Me: Okay, make it snow. Dina: (laughing) I don’t have a magic wand! Right! How foolish of me…

dreamweaver

Yesterday, as we were walking home from Yom Kippur services, Dina heard thunder. “I was sad because you got killed!” she smiled. Me: When did I get killed? Dina: The thunder killed you and you got dead. Me: Was this in a dream you had? Dina: (excited and smiling still) Yeah, in my dream. And [...]