There haven't been more people staring at a boob...Since Bush's State of the Union address. From a slashdot discussion of Tivo and the breast incident.
I think for the sake of my mother who may read this entry, I'd like to say that until today, I knew very little about nipple shields. Flummel tells us all about nipple gizzie.
Calling this an intelligence failure is like Japan calling for probe to investigate the navigation errors that caused the destruction at Pearl Harbor. From a rant by Norwood X at Camp Xray.
What was learned by jwz after playing with linux: Fundamental tactical error made during the execution: Failure to preface all efforts with a rigorous protocol of heavy drinking.
This is the sort of thing that encourages me to give my testicles nightly radiation baths from my microwave and thus ensure that one of these monsters is never thrust upon me. In a post about obnoxious children by wil forbis.
On Cops, whenever they go inside somebody's house, they always have wood paneling. From scrubbles.
Theatre is an inherently stupid artform because the execution of it detracts from rather than contributes to the overall meaning of the work. ColdBacon really hates theatre.
Take The Sorrow and The Pity tour of Southern France! Win two weeks in Northern Africa in The Battle of Algiers Sweepstakes! Relive the exciting experience that is Shoah! The crass marketing of independent films exposed by the Wisdom of the Illiterati.
Two companies, Dell and Punam, have taken Vonnegut's full-text stories as they appear on the net, and have printed them out on paper, so that you don't have to stare at your computer screen. They've bound the printed pages into little cardboard covers -- even put artwork on these covers. These printed versions of the fulltext stories are now being sold in various bookstores. You can even borrow them for free at your local library. It's the latest in technology.
I have found it helpful to do the stretching exercises my physical therapist recommends. Do some core strengthening exercises, such as the ones highlighted at The Mayo Clinic. By keeping your core strong, your back won't put itself in a position to cause that sciatica pain you are having.