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There’s this children’s program called “4Square” that’s more ridiculous than most. One of the little sections it has on it is the “Captain Hup” skit where four people, in skin-tight leotards that will never leave me pondering questions like, “Just how big are her areolas?”, dance around taking orders from … Continue Reading →


I caught a note while RYNing on a pro-McCain journal where someone was lamenting Obama’s win by moaning that because they make 15% above Obama’s cutoff, they hope they don’t lose their home and job through the exorbitant raise in taxes. …At an income of over $287’500 a year, you’re … Continue Reading →


Teeny tiny baby twin girls. So gorgeous and fragile, but so full of personality already. They are five weeks old here, not the few days they look! They were born only a little over four pounds a piece and are up to over six after a three-week-long NICU stay including … Continue Reading →


Prop hate

It isn’t about forcing, it isn’t about tearing apart your sacred text, it’s about rights. Rights to be recognized to love someone. Rights to your religious freedom. There’s a few people on my friends list who said it better than I could: “One step forward and two steps back, I … Continue Reading →


Obama’s acceptance speech was wonderful; I cried. McCain’s was gracious, and I nodded along. I was sorely disappointed in his supporters, who acted like children and booed Obama’s name. At least the Obama crowd could applaud for McCain’s name and the things he has done to serve his country. I … Continue Reading →


I feel like I’m a part of something miraculous just by bearing witness to it. Curtis was nearly in tears when he turned to me and said that he helped this, he voted for the first time and was one of the millions upon millions who will be the first … Continue Reading →


I always thought you were smarter than this

Tempest was upset today when she came home. She spent hours in the office for being disruptive and unable to communicate and concentrate. The teacher said it’s the worst day she’s had, and she was unable to tell anyone why. She even hit other kids (not enough to hurt), which … Continue Reading →