Monthly Archives: June 2005

Hardware: adding juvenile felis catus to your network


weird dream – naked tiny man, naked kelso and penises on doorknobs.

So, The Man, The Boy and I, and apparently his parents, my parents, some friends of mine…and for some reason Kelso from That 70’s Show (the character, not the actor) had all rented cabins somewhere. It was like some esoteric Partridge Family Tour, I dunno. Everyone but me was somewhere, and I was in my […]

What goes around, comes around

Justice David Souter? Some developers would like your house. Could you pack up and get out of the way of progress, please? Hee. A private developer has contacted the local government in Supreme Court Justice David Souter’s hometown in New Hampshire asking that the property of the judge – who voted in favor of a […]

soap stuff

I have to redo the soapy hollow website. It’s pretty…but it’s not terribly functional. And I’m adding a slew of new products; lotions, body butters, scrubs, and something else I can’t remember at the moment. I’m also changing most of my packaging. I’m getting rid of the groovy metal tins and switching to cosmetics jars. […]

I don’t look so stupid for insisting on single-dose, mercury free vaccines now!

When the boy was at the age where they turn children into little vaccine pincushions, I pitched a fit about multi-dose vaccines. (Having read the inserts and seeing the ingredient Thimersol and knowing enough about heavy metals (Mercury to be exact) to realize that injecting my son with tons of it couldn’t be a good […]