04/30/09 01:11 - 68ºF - ID#48543
Use protection e:hodown
04/25/09 11:16 - 62ºF - ID#48508
When I was younger I wasn't allowed to watch the Golden Girls. I did anyways. I remember watching them once in the reflection of something so that my parents wouldn't see me watching the TV.
photo by Alan Light
04/23/09 02:03 - 44ºF - ID#48483
My speakers are possessed.
What is wrong with them are they possessed?
04/20/09 11:55 - 48ºF - ID#48462
Hard to get by
So I tried to write this before I downloaded Lazarus like (e:tinypliny) suggested. I naviagated away from the page and I lost everything I wrote. Now that should never happen with the special little add on for Firefox.
Back to the point. Buffalo was recently listed by Forbes as being number five of top cities within the US where it is hardest to get by. My first feeling was of pride that I am able to make it in the fifth hardest place to get by. My next thought was about number 4, Tampa, who not too long ago experienced tremendous growth and prosperity and has now completely bottomed out. Finally, I thought, WOW! we have tremendous stability and resilience here.
Buffalo is number 6 on top downsized US cities according to Forbes. This is clearly no surprise- as we all know how much of Buffalo is boarded up. They say positively about Buffalo:
Buffalo, for example, saw a 0.8% increase in housing value over the last year. Sure, the median home price is just $106,200, but home values have decreased by 30% in some parts of the country over that same period...
"When I moved to Buffalo, I carried the same misconceptions that most do. What I found was jaw dropping" she says of the city's architecture and cultural offerings. "Efforts to market the region are so important."....
We certainly do have a lot to market. Buffalo is a great city and I think it will remain to be long into the future.
04/18/09 11:51 - 48ºF - ID#48435
Cleaning the tub
I love a clean tub. Soap scum build up feel so gross on the feet.
Almost forgot this pic of (e:mike) who is away in Toronto. He is so cute.
04/17/09 03:37 - 55ºF - ID#48422
The origins of tea-bagging
I love John Waters! Above clip is from Pecker.
One of the youtube comments reads:
As a staunth repulican I find it discusting how the libs drag our teabagging movement through the gutter like this. Typical!
Sorry, but I can't stop laughing.
04/13/09 01:53 - 45ºF - ID#48376
I got post its from (e:hodown), (e:leetee) and various guests. Thanks (e:leetee) for a very nice offer if you ever remember making that offer. My guest comments were about the LOOW and the h2 gro tomatoes that have been ever so present at the CO-Op and at Guercio's lately and about the Gay marriage rally. I'll have to respond to these guests when I get a chance. Now I got to finish an email to (e:ladycroft) before my lunch is over.
04/03/09 07:57 - 55ºF - ID#48269
Sorry (e:mike). Not until after Easter.