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Saturday, January 7, 2006

"The Dipsy Doodle Inn was a hellhole of a bar on the outskirts of a respectable town, which, like every respectable town, should have a place like the Dipsy Doodle Inn on its outskirts. Any closer to the respectable center and there would be an outcry; any farther away and the restless local thrill seekers, fools and manic depressives, as well as the serious miscreants just passing through would never patronize it, thus driving it out of business. And this particular den of iniquity, billiards, bar bands, and booze was owned by one Hugo St. Victor, a lean and weathered man of few words, nearing late middle age. No one could remember, or bothered to find out, who the previous owner was, and Hugo's ownership was a little known fact. Not only did Hugo fail to broadcast his title to the worst bar in three counties, no one, except for the police when necessary, gave a good goddam who owned the worst bar in three counties as long as they could dance all night 'til the break of day."
The Dispy Doodle Inn at www.KarmenGhia.com

Enjoy!

Mo better blogging as soon as I can, but could be a while.

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 10:32 PM PST [Link]

"A while back, at a baby shower for a niece, I overheard the expectant mother being asked if she intended to return to work after the baby was born. The answer, which rocked me, was, 'Yes, because I don't want to end up like Aunt Terry.'"
Paradise Lost (Domestic Division), by Terry Martin Hekker, NYT, January 1, 2006 (via Ann Bartlow)

Umph! Schadenfreude so bad it hurts!

Oh, and PS. Sometimes men don't just walk out, sometimes they die, and sometimes it's the wife who gets fed up with being "... trapped in a permanent state of dependence hoping to be treated well." when they are not being treated well. Hey, stand by your man and on your own two feet, sisters.

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 09:30 PM PST [Link]

Katrina. Because it isn't really over.

When Katrina hit, where were the police?
DELUGED, by DAN BAUM, New Yorker, January 9, 2005 issue

Rude Pundit in New Orleans, Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; and Part 5.

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 01:45 PM PST [Link]

Monday, January 2, 2006

What cartoon characters will the religious right out next?, by John in DC, AmericaBlog, 1/02/2006 05:56:00 PM (and the comments are hysterical)

Oh yes, religious right, take on Bugs Bunny, that would be soooo interesting.

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 05:18 PM PST [Link]

Ah, the New Yorker and its cartoons. This one just wouldn't leave me alone.

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 04:51 PM PST [Link]

"AMY GOODMAN: We return to Jane Goodall, the primatologist. Her new book is called Harvest for Hope. I asked her what she makes of the whole debate against evolution, the whole issue of so-called intelligent design.

"JANE GOODALL: Whatever we believe about how we got to be the extraordinary creatures we are today is far less important than bringing our intellect to bear on how do we get together now around the world and get out of the mess that we've made. That's the key thing now. Never mind how we got to be who we are. Let's work out a way so that we can preserve what's left of this planet and enhance it for future generations."
A Conversation with the "Chimpanzee Lady": Jane Goodall on Animals, the Environment and her Life, Democracy Now, Thursday, November 24th, 2005

I thought Jane Goodall was a, y'know, scientist who respects the scientific method which doesn't exist in (un)IntelliDes. Cambridge ought to ask for their degree back.

Seriously, and worse, Goodall had a chance to hit one out of the park for science... and didn't.

However, I have to hand it to Amy Goodman, she doesn't let Goodall off the hook:

"AMY GOODMAN: Now, I want to talk about that, because that's really what your life work is now all about, what your book, Harvest for Hope, is about. But just for a moment on that issue, since kids spend many, many hours in school, and this debate is raging, what you think of it.

"JANE GOODALL: I was brought up to understand Darwin's theory of evolution. I spent hours and hours in the Natural History Museum in London looking at the descriptions of how different kinds of animals had evolved, looking at the sequence of fossil bones looking gradually more and more and more and more like the modern fossil. And the same applies to the remains of humans. And I think one of the big questions is, people say to me, "But surely, if you believe in evolution, there's no place for God." I absolutely don't agree with that. The more I learn about this absolutely awesome and fantastic and wonderful planet and the universe, the incredible nature of the human mind, the more I feel convinced that there is some kind of great spiritual power. I feel there's a meaning to our life on earth. And that does not at all conflict with the idea of gradual evolution."

Okay, I feel better.

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 04:47 PM PST [Link]

Sunday, January 1, 2006

Here's hoping all your wishes come true this year. Yay!

Swiped from Watergal

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 12:05 AM PST [Link]



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