Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Carousel Horse Race


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Idiot with a Chainsaw



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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Response to Debbie's EHarmony Bio

See Debbie's video here


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Pick Two


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The Real Pain Scale

I recently had the opportunity to use the pain scale at the doctor's office.  That pain scale sucks.  I am starting a campaign to replace that pain scale with the genius that is Allie Brosh.


0:  Hi.  I am not experiencing any pain at all.  I don't know why I'm even here.

1:  I am completely unsure whether I am experiencing pain or itching or maybe I just have a bad taste in my mouth.

2:  I probably just need a Band Aid.

3:  This is distressing.  I don't want this to be happening to me at all.

4:  My pain is not fucking around.

5:  Why is this happening to me??

6:  Ow.  Okay, my pain is super legit now.
7:  I see Jesus coming for me and I'm scared.   

8:  I am experiencing a disturbing amount of pain.  I might actually be dying.  Please help.

9:  I am almost definitely dying.

10:  I am actively being mauled by a bear.

11: Blood is going to explode out of my face at any moment.

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Screencap Saturday 6-18-11



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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Your True Self Revealed

Personality Test


Very cool personality test. You don't have to sign up or anything. Worth a look.

My Results:

You are a Reserved Realist.



  • Your attention to detail, appreciation of how things function, and awareness of the world around you make you a REALIST.

  • Routines are reassuring to you—you feel safer and more at ease when sticking with familiar things.

  • You like to stay close with those around you, seeking comfort from familiar faces.

  • You are interested in processes—how things work, what they do, and why—not just how things look.

  • Sometimes you doubt that you can find solutions to problems, although you have a good sense of why things happen, and can use that knowledge to find the best way to do something.

  • You are down to earth, concerned more with practical, detail-oriented things than with dreamy or ambiguous ideas.

  • You have a good sense of your abilities and weaknesses, and don't let your ego get in your way.

  • Your independent streak and masculine nature allow you to make decisions efficiently and to trust your instincts

  • You are balanced in your approach to problem-solving, not letting your emotions hold you up.

  • You prefer to have time to plan for things, feeling better with a schedule than with keeping plans up in the air until the last minute.

  • Never one to be found in chic boutiques or trendy clothing stores, you take an extremely practical approach to getting dressed.

  • If you want to be different:


  • Appreciate that your skill set can be useful in many ways; your attention to detail and your familiarity with the inner-workings of things are valuable assets.

  • Try looking beyond the earthly qualities of things in order to expand your perspective, without losing your grounding in reality.

  • how you relate to others

    You are Reserved


  • You are RESERVED – you aren't someone who always needs to have others around, and you find you can handle most situations on your own.

  • You can be very happy spending time alone, and enjoy your own thoughts and ideas.

  • You find it difficult to understand why some people get so emotional and tell everyone else their problems.

  • You believe that if you want to get something done, it is best to do it yourself.

  • In your experience, other people are not always completely dependable, so you generally rely on yourself and only a few close others.

  • Despite your independence, you are not a closed-minded person who makes hasty judgments about others. You know that it isn't always easy to walk in other people's shoes.

  • At times other people's feelings are puzzling to you, and you wish that people were more rational.

  • Your vision of the world is complex – your values are not set in stone. Instead, you are able to change your beliefs as you learn new information.

  • Link List 6-9-11





    Things That Are Difficult To Say When Drunk


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