Natter Area 51: The Truthiness Is in Here
Off-topic discussion. Wanna talk about corsets, duct tape, or physics? This is the place. Detailed discussion of any current-season TV must be whitefonted.
Sean, given that they've just been on a nationally-broadcast radio show, that just seems silly of them.
THAT'S WHAT I'M SAYING! I mean seriously! I thought they were so good, I had to immediately buy some of their music. I am disappointed with how easily I was foiled in that plan.
Sean, that post would make me laugh if it weren't so very sad.
The award for Most Vile and Nasty Fembot still goes to Coulter, just for sheer volume of nastiness, but Malkin regularly outdoes her in single instances of nastiness.
Bad musicians! Even if you, personally, lack forethought, surely you have an SO who will point out obvious things like that.
Let that be a warning to all SOs of musicians.
Now I need to figure out what I want to eat.
A lot of April Fool's website jokes aren't funny. However, The Manolo, he has been taken over by The Lagerfeld....
Also, Astronomy Picture of the Day has a picture of American astronauts beating the Russians at Quidditch.
teevee.org is having some April Fool's Day fun. They're tweaking shows like "Supernatural", "Doctor Who", "Firefly" (or at least Joss), etc. Cute
Before 30? Woo!
Just for those who miss it, I'll bring in Holli's inflatable couch (mind the cigarettes!) and Xander's disco ball. Who's got the bar? Somebody who knows beer besides Guinness bring in a case or two, okay? I've got Grey Goose and Oban, and surely somebody schlepped the glassware from the last time we did this.
Kathy, your tagline (yay!) reminds me of the genie in Aladdin.
And, okay, girl-wonder.org is just freaking brilliant today. (Check out the forums, too!)
Yay April! Now to check out the April Fools sites. Yay new Natter! Yay under 50!
Hey, I just found out that the Gap has a preemie line!
Everything is soft cotton, with no scratchy bits, kimono-style so that tubes and such won't be disrupted. Everything looks sooper-cuddly.
Wow. That's cool and a little bit freaky at the same time. That there'd be that big a need, I mean.
Have you seen the wee ones, Allyson? Can you give an adorableness update?
Brenda, it's interesting: in a couple of my classes (when I was a student) we talked about how one of the major offshoots of modern medicine was an increase in the number of preemies, as kids who wouldn't have survived a decade or two ago now did.
Of course, it would be better if more of them were carried to term, but, really, I tend to think of it as a net win.
If that makes it less freaky to think about.