I should take advantage of this and say something offensiveI will just say brush your teeth and wash behind your ears
If it's any consolation, I AM offended by this.Brushing my teeth is just a means of perpetuating the patriarchy!
I too am deeply offended. Washing behind the ears is merely obeisance to the corporate oligarchy.
We showed that Anon. That's the last time he comes around here using the lingo of our oppressors.
Introduce yourself why don’t ya? Well OK...http://goodstuffsworld.blogspot.com/2012/08/goodstuffs-life-story.htmlbe back later, bed time for Bonzo
Good God, you have been everywhere, man. I don't leave a five-mile radius. I can't branch out until I understand my own neighborhood.
You know me, Katy. Better, I think, than some folks in real life. However, for the rest, there's this....:It's me. (You should visualize Kevin Costner in "The Postman" delivering the same line when you read it. Trust me. It'll help.) I'm Astra, online. My real name is Will. I wrote for some time over on Y/360, then on Multiply - and I've my own real-live blog over at astranavigo.blogspot.com. Yeah; I'm controversial. I say 'fuck' a lot. I write about the current sociopolitical condition in America, which is largely - yes - fucked. I live in Oregon. I play guitar and collect 'em. I also love to target-shoot, and I collect old military firearms. I was a Civil War reenactor at one point. I have a lot of hobbies. I garden. I've restored five cars and two homes. I like to stay busy. Not soon enough, I'm moving to Belize. That's a story all its own.I used to do volunteer radio. My favorite colors are Roman Red and French Blue. I love to cook, and I'm damn good at it. Women fear me. I'm intimidating to all but a few - that's why I'm single. I smoke cigars and drink rum. I read. A lot. That's me. There's more, but I don't want to completely hijack the comment-thread-thingy.....
Thanks, Will. I think I knew all of that except the single part. I don't know if that has ever come up before. I knew you'd been married once long ago...I like being on my own now. I don't feel that NEED to have someone else around. I think I used to feel like if someone else was around, it meant I wasn't wasting my life or something. But I am the only measure of that. Everyone else can stay or go.
"Everyone else can stay or go."That sums it up for me.
I should probably add that I didn't know about the Civil War reenactments, either.
Yep. Was one of the cast of about a thousand who reenacted Pickett's Charge in the Turner epic "Gettysburg". There's even a shot of me (although you can't tell it's me; I'm about the size of an ant) as the camera panned back to reveal the entire Confederate line moving forward. I got to die convincingly about halfway up. Oh, well....
"I got to die convincingly about halfway up."We should all be so lucky as to die so well! Haha...
Go out on a high note
No rules? No holds barred? I'm not sure where to go with that. What are we supposed to do here? Insult you? Make fun of your photo?Fine. I don't like that shirt your wearing and your hair looks a bit frizzy. Take that and eat it!
Hi, workingdan! I knew there was a reason I was glad you haven't drawn me yet! (I looked back through my blogs, and I write so darn many words and my comments look like people golf clapping for me. I like to shake things up occasionally.)
Well now that you mention...you posted a lovely pic for me to use as a reference.
My eyes look almost normal-sized in that pic. Almost.
Obviously, we are a wild and crazy bunch of dykes around here!
Everytime I visit your blog, Sugar Land has caught my eye in the background map image. That's a silly name for a town/county.Also, that tattoo is pretty kickass.Anyway, some things about me:-I drink a minimum of 3 cups of coffee a day, but I counteract it with 3 cups of Earl Grey. -I was born a man, and I'm still one to this day. -The volume on my television or radio must end in an even digit, 0, or 5.-I have all 50 state quarters.
I support your right to remain a man, Chiz! Sugar Land... Home of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. It's kind of a silly town. Used to have a sugar plantation and Imperial Sugar headquarters there. If you have collected all 50 state quarters, it sounds like you are putting the caffeine high from the coffee to good use.
As a fellow Sapphic, I'm glad you opened up this space to do whatever. Mostly because I have allergic reactions to organization. Like Chiz mentioned the equal ratio of coffee to earl great is essential. It also is like hanging out with Picard and Janeway all day. Since I am not sure what else to do with all the free space and no rules, I guess I'll just link this video of beautiful hula hopers from burning man....NSFW thankfully!http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?client=mv-google&layout=tablet&v=Ea3RAkGqYC8&oref=http%3A%2F%2Fm.youtube.com%2F&has_verified=1
That video makes me irrationally happy.
I keep it in my stock pile of "very excellent ways to spend 5 minutes"Somehow, I imagined you would like it!
I need a folder of Very Excellent Ways to Spend 5 Minutes. I will start compiling one now, I think.
im Bart. I play hockey and drink beer. maple syrup as fuck
Hi, Bart!You have the blog that had the blonde girl's shiny ass on it. You and your Canadian-ness are therefore welcome here anytime!
Hi I came here from the world famous IWS Radio.I don't know what I would do if my soup arrived with a lesbian in it. I usually add hot sauce or goldfish crackers to my soup.
Hi, Jo. Lesbian soup is pretty much an abomination. But in a good way.I just wish the IWS guys objectified women more. Oh look, here comes one of them now...
Greetings from the land of the Stupid. Wait, that doesn't seem right. Greeting from Stupidville? Stupidistan? Anyway, lesbians rock! Jay
This is an amazing day.I live in Texas, so it's not often that someone living outside the state tells me, "Greetings from Stupidstan."
the project for this week is "Women in Combat" The question is, should lesbians be allowed to fight in wars?
Seems to me that people ought to be able to serve in whatever capacity they are mentally and physically able. Me? I probably would not be up to the physical nor the mental requirements. But have you ever SEEN some of those downtown lesbians? They could flip a truck by the bumper... one-handed. My meritocracy ideas don't seem as popular as you'd think, though.
great comment - I have added this stuff to my weekly online magazineThis photo blog is about examining (objectifying?) sexy women in combat. Plus bouncing Kate Upton udders...GOODSTUFF'S BLOGGING MAGAZINE (98th Issue)http://goodstuffsworld.blogspot.com/2013/03/goodstuffs-blogging-magazine-98th-issue.html
In "The Big Lebowski," the Dude says, "Jackie Treehorn treats objects as women, man!"
there is more than one way for women to fight... for their rightsMalala Yousafzai is a Pakistani school pupil and education activist from the town of Mingora in the Swat District of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, and the youngest nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize in historyMalala Yousafzai's storyhttp://tinyurl.com/MALALA-SUMMARY-COMICMalala Yousafzai's Facebook pagehttp://www.facebook.com/malalayousafzaiofficial
Hey there Kathy chick - the blog will go viral! You should see a disturbance in the force...Thanks Glenn Dude, you make this blogging stuff worthwhile great site for up to date news and the like - http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/Thanks Fred, for being Fred Dude. It's all ways fun to check your NSFW site for the latest and greatest stuff - http://extragoodshit.phlap.net/Also, I would like to thank all the folks that stop by to read my blogs. It makes me feel good
Uh...Hi...My name is Pickleope. And I have a drinking prob...Wait, this isn't a meeting? Forget all that I've said.
My guess is that there is some overlap between this crowd and your meetings. That Venn diagram would be pretty simple to draw.
Hi, I'm B, and this is my non-related brother, B. We enjoy drinking beer in the shower, but not at the same time, because we're gay friendly, but not THAT friendly.
I know how you guys are. You and your goat and your old homeless guy.You guys are abominations.
Hi. Ummm..Mooner sent me. But you knew that. I was gone but now I'm back...healthier, but kind of sad. And stuff. I'm just not especially witty today, now am I??
Hi, Melanie. I always read your "No really, You Can Eat it" blogs!The only thing on that page I'd be able to do is your recent pictures of burned food. I'm great at that.
Bless me Sister, for I have sinned... my last confession was two or three Popes ago (they can just quit? No shit?) No rules? Agggg.... I'm overcome with newfound freedoms (and think my nips are getting hard just thinkin' 'bout it all...) I'm a factory drone who took early retirement to pursue a second career as a photographer (if birds bought my prints I wouldn't have to shoot little league sports) and I'm currently very happily married to a lovely (and dangerous) karate/cardio/kickboxing teacher in middle Tennessee, where we flaunt our state's beauty but more than make up for it with legislative stupidity. I come to visit Katy-land because she attracts beautiful people who share my fascination with twisted individuals, and this place can be pretzel central. I'll do a few Bloody Marys for penance...
I absolve you from your sins, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.I wish more old men in lifetime positions would just quit. Nothing wrong with an 85-year old deciding to sit in a rocking chair for his remaining years. Supreme Court Justices and dictators should be so wise...I was painfully aware that you were in Tennessee. Every time I start thinking I might need to bolt Texas, I realize that Tennessee exists, and end up staying. Now go forth and sin no more...
About that "old man" thing... I left for the rocking chair (heh...) at the ripe old age of 55, thinking I might have a few good years left in the tank for more hedonistic pursuits. Now I find myself drawn to the bed for a nap every afternoon and an overwhelming urge to chase kids off the lawn while using the word "Whippersnapper!" And as far as Tennessee's political desert is concerned, at least we don't have a Louie Gohmert to facepalm about every day. Our new state motto should be "We're going to hell, but my, isn't this a beautiful handbasket we're in?"
I have made it a point of pride to never have a real job.At times, managing to survive without a real job is more stressful and time-consuming than a real job would be.But I'm thinking it's worth it.
Hi Katy. So I've left some comments here and there, and even mentioned you in one of my G+ posts (a rare honor, I assure you) but I suppose it is time for some background. I'm an attorney in Dallas. I used to run my own political blog, until life and cynicism interfered. Now in lieu of blogging, I post things to social media platforms that are entirely less meaningful than the blog posts I used to write, but somehow get way more attention than any of my blog posts ever did. I'm married and have three kids, but I don't discuss them much online because although real life is rich and full, it is also mundane and somewhat boring compared to internet life. Also, my wife thinks that every third adult male on the internet is a sexual predator, and would prefer for me to keep more personal information to myself (though I'm happy to open up in private.)I really like your blog. I'm not entirely sure why. Well I am, but it would take a lot of thought and some retyping to explain why, and I am supposed to be working right now. But I will say that you are on the list of about a half dozen people I've ever "met" online whom I would actually like to meet in person. I bet you're even MORE interesting in person than you are online, at least if your post about being a creep is halfway accurate. (Note: I haven't actually met any of those people on that list in real life yet, and I probably never will. It's more a statement of appreciation, though I wouldn't turn them down if they were in Dallas and wanted to get coffee sometime.)
Hi, Alexander. Yeah, I have noticed that my online contributions (regardless of the forum) seem to earn attention that is in inverse proportion to the amount of time I spend on them. For better or worse, I don't have the discipline to have a politics or a music blog. I write whatever I write.I seem to have a disproportionate number of attorneys around me on a consistent basis. That could be because there are tens of thousands of them in this state. (Bar numbers didn't originally start at zero, did they? If they did, that means there have been like 25 million people licensed!)I get along better with people online than off. I think it's because wait for 24 hours before I respond to hellos, which is awkward in face-to-face conversation.
I don't know what the deal with all the attorneys is. But I think it would be cool if one's bar card number was 1. Just...1. I get along well with many people in real life, though it's always more awkward at first than in internet life. I do wonder if the people I get along well with in real life would mesh well with the people I get along well with online. I think there's substantial overlap, but one never knows about these things.
I could be someone you know in real life, masquerading as Katy!
That would be a fairly elaborate ruse to succeed in learning only less about me, since I'm usually more inclined to share personal information in person. But it could happen I suppose...
I'm very sneaky.
At 63 I live a fairly boring life. But many of my friends think I am exotic. At 19 I watched the moon landing from a living room in Leningrad. Things were even more exciting in my 20's. During the Ford years (you don't remember those, just as well) I settled down and tried to work "within the system". Hopefully I was useful to some people. Now I write pleasant little blogs about being in Florida with my husband and cat or other reminiscences. My second greatest sin was actively working for the re-election of Barack Obama. Nevertheless I consider myself a Leftist, have had no religion for years, and am definitely a Q.
How cool is THAT?My life wouldn't make much of a television show, either. That's a GOOD thing. If you can make some memories along the way, that's good, too. I try to keep the politics to a minimum around here because 1) I've seen silly national politics ruin perfectly good friendships, and 2) I tend to get worked up when I get into the tall weeds with that. I have definite positions, though, and sometimes I can't help myself!
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Hi Katy! You know me better than most my co-wokers, so here are the highlights.I could be accused of being your blog stalker, except you keep telling me where the circus is moving next, so I guess we are blog co-dependents. I live in a very small town in North Texas. The only thing that ever happens here is formerly great country music stars get busted for public intoxication in the Baptist church parking lot.The rest of my life is equally as boring. I drink (too much) coffee, drive an hour to work each way, cook, play instruments, read, work on old cars, build furniture, remodel houses (I hate plumbing), ride my bike, and do martial arts. See, pretty boring.
That's a lot of stuff.I mainly just write, sleep, and drink.
I am a hook-nosed camel fucker.Wha else do you want to know?
I think I heard that about you from somewhere...Do people get pissed off about that description? I used to include the word "dyke" in my online descriptions of myself, and people would get inordinately temperamental about it.
Seeing as it was bestowed on me by a Bushie back in 2003 or thereabouts, the only ones who ought to be unhappy are the Society Against Discrimination Towards Straight - Nosed Camels.
I'm not sure I'm capable of getting offended anymore.There might be people I wouldn't want to talk to again. But not because I'm offended. I just don't have the time to talk to everyone. Gotta have prioritize.
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