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Politics: anti-Semitism, Christian hegemony, zombies · 4 comments
... if anything, surely demonstrates that the country as a whole doesn't think that way." And, god help me, I thought, "it'll just fuel ... about, or the acts of isolated nutters - but taken as a whole, they're horrifying. Makes it hard to extract a good pull-quote. If ...
25 Aug 2013: Cleavers Seed Coffee
Food: blacklight, cleavers, coffee substitutes, infusions, Rubiaceae · 3 comments
... coffee substitute, so despite my general suspicion of the whole concept of "coffee substitutes" I decided to bring a few home. This ...
24 Aug 2013: Cornel Vanilla Cream Pie
Food: Cornaceae, cornels, pie · no comments
... usually planted as an ornamental. I've been riding by a whole grove of them on the bike trail for years without ever really registering ...
27 Jul 2013: Fennel Pollen Collector
Food: Adoxaceae, Apiaceae, blackberries, borage, Boraginaceae, broth, dehydrating, Ericaceae, fennel, Lamiaceae, lemon balm, liqueurs, pollen, Rosaceae, salal, thimbleberries · 1 comment
... stock to keep my freezer in balance. I still cook whole grains in stock instead of water but that's about it. What are your ...
2 Jul 2013: Red Elderberry Juice
Food: Adoxaceae, kale, red elderberries, toxicity · 2 comments
... rocks, then food, then you add water before covering the whole assemblage up and letting it sit overnight) and then dried over a fire ...
7 Apr 2013: How I Don’t Eat Dandelions
Food: Asteraceae, bitters, coffee substitutes, dandelions, Food, infusions · 10 comments
... do a worth it / not worth it rundown of past results. The whole dandelion is edible and I've tried everything but the seeds. The emerging theme is that dandelions are great as part of a larger whole, but I'm not so into them as a stand-alone dish. Leaves I am ...
20 Mar 2013: Why Boner Jokes Aren’t Funny (Even When They Are)
Politics, Science: dick jokes, sexual harassment, women in engineering, women in science · 4 comments
... achievement, and at the time I was willing to overlook the whole "tee hee our wives are swappable objects" thing for the sake of fitting ...
24 Feb 2013: Sunday Salad Report
Food, Personal: Apiaceae, Araliaceae, Asteraceae, basketry, Brassicaceae, Caryophyllaceae, diary, Lamiaceae, salad · 1 comment
... off the bottom and chuck the rest of the plant in there whole rather than breaking it down and discarding the central stem, remaining ... roots out of the oven is before you notice that the whole house smells amazing. The final stages happen very quickly. There are ...
30 Dec 2012: Cooking with Douglas Fir
Food: Pinaceae, Pseudotsuga menziesii · 3 comments
... of the festives on the 22nd or 23rd which leads me to buy whole birds from the supermarket and bake large batches of cookies while ...
19 Jul 2012: Coconut milk jam
Food: Arecaceae, jam, Rosaceae · 1 comment
... will protect a large quantity of jam, anyway. So this whole exercise with the flocculating was a little bit unnecessary... but still ...
17 Jun 2012: Pineappleweed/Chamomile Liqueur
Food: Asteraceae, Lamiaceae, lemon balm, liqueurs, pineappleweed · 8 comments
... replenish my vodka supply (I'm still getting used to this whole privatized liquor sales thing, but I hear that Costco vodka is the only ...
18 Jul 2011: This Year’s Nocino Recipe
Food: infusions, Juglandaceae, liqueurs · no comments
... Then again, I might forget, and leave the leaves in the whole time. We'll see. In a 1 quart jar, I put: 8 English walnuts ...
Food: blackberries, meringue, pie, recipes, Rosaceae · 1 comment
I don't have a lemon tree in the backyard, and springtime has only just reached the frigid northlands, but I do have a bit of Seattle summer tucked away in the back of my freezer. Pick some slightly underripe blackberries for this one, so it's as tart a ...
Food: beer, Cannabaceae, hops, meringue, pie, recipes · 6 comments
I have had many terrible ideas for pie in my life - durian pie, anyone? And I expected this to be one of the worst. Then again, I've also had some Guinness ice cream that was absolutely fantastic; it should be possible to replicate that experience in a pi ...
Food: beer, lamb, pie, recipes · 6 comments
... pepper, and MSG to taste 1 cup white flour 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 8 tbps (1 stick) butter 2 1/2 tbsp vegetable shortening, ...
26 Feb 2009: The Stimulating Effects of Monitoring Volcanoes
Politics, Science: economics, US party politics, volcano monitoring, volcanoes · 10 comments
... to share what I think is the winningest witticism of this whole kerfuffle: One of the many graffitos found at the ruins of Pompeii: ...
29 Jan 2009: Breaking Up with the Richter Scale
Science: earthquakes, Gutenberg, magnitude scales, Mercalli Intensity, richter, sesimology, unfinished drafts · 5 comments
... the magnitude, and now for large earthquakes we use the whole seismogram (er, well, the whole seismogram with the high frequencies filtered out) to determine a moment ...
26 Jan 2009: Does the World Really Need Another Blog Anthology?
Meta: · 16 comments
... chemistry. But that's not saying much - the volume as a whole is very life-centric. Some of the pieces, um, I'm not sure what the other ...
23 Jan 2009: Cookbooks with Science
Food, Science: book reviews, cookbooks, cooking, inverse methods, pie · 5 comments
... the results by hand. ("Inverse modeling" is when the whole process is done by a computer.) I hate forward modeling. It is very, ...
4 Jan 2009: 2009 Blogolutions
Meta: · 4 comments
... of my move to ScienceBlogs, so I figure I have a whole month in which to be self-indulgent reflective and renewal-minded. And ...
11 Dec 2008: An Open Letter to the Science Blogosphere
Meta: · 10 comments
... tell you this because I have just finished triage on a whole bunch of submissions for this year's Open Laboratory science blogging ...
27 Oct 2008: Where on (Google) Earth? #152
Aimless: · 10 comments
... During that time, we've covered all 7 continents and a whole buncha islands, but we've revealed one great big bias. We're ...
26 Oct 2008: Introducing Thomas M. Rock
Aimless: · 1 comment
... as $37 from you, if you give today, could finish the whole project. If you don't donate today or tomorrow - if you procrastinate ...
24 Sep 2008: Carnival of Feminists #65
Aimless: · 9 comments
... all remember that, as Womanist Musings reminds us, the whole feminine performance/appearance debate is chock fulla class ...
6 Sep 2008: You Know You’re Marrying a Geologist When…
Aimless: · 22 comments
... you are at the active flows or the summit caldera the whole time. I'm getting hitched today. Comment moderation will be nonexistent ...
19 Jun 2008: Carnival of Space #59
Links: · 2 comments
... kept discovering moons closer in and re-numbering the whole lot. Sadly, not everyone likes Pluto. Stuart, a self-confessed ... in front of the Sun, it is blocking out a portion or the whole solar disk. Hence the Moon is occulting the Sun and not eclipsing the ...
Aimless: · 11 comments
... one layer of mortar gives way, there's nothing to stop the whole top part of the wall from falling off. It's like playing with ...
21 May 2008: The Scouring of Fossil Gorge
Aimless: · 6 comments
... underneath. When the water finally receded, it exposed a whole ecosystem, corals and crinoids and brachiopods with the occasional ...
11 Mar 2008: Geo News Bites
Aimless: · 4 comments
... tries to swallow a piece of buoyant material, it makes the whole system stagger backwards and burp. Jean-Pierre Brun and Claudio Faccenna, ...
14 Feb 2008: The Union Bogeyman
Aimless: · 15 comments
... better off with the UAW than without. The sciences as a whole are much better funded than, say, comparative literature. Graduate ...
4 Feb 2008: Why I Don’t Use the BPR3 Icon
Meta: · 14 comments
... post should be the author's own work. We have to read the whole thing? Even the methods section? Pffft. Methods sections are boring. I ...
4 Jan 2008: Caucus
Politics: Dennis Kucinich, Iowa caucuses, Iowa City, presidential elections · no comments
... actually end up talking to your neighbors, which is very wholesome and grassroots. But of course, caucusing takes up a whole evening, thus preventing whole swaths of population from participating, ...
23 Nov 2007: Pumpkin-Durian Pie
Food: Cucurbitaceae, durian, Malvaceae, pie, recipes · 4 comments
... frozen pre-processed durian flesh than to deal with the whole fruit. 4/3 c. heavy cream 1 c. milk 3/4 c. sugar 8 eggs, plus 2 egg ...
8 Nov 2007: Can You Read Me?
Meta: blogtinkery, datamining, flesch-kincaid, readability, reading level, writing · 2 comments
... If these trends continue, I will eventually be posting whole ...
Human Fuzzies, Politics, Science: feminism, feminisms, history, psychology, racism, rape, sexism, trashy novels, white studies · 3 comments
... been meaning to write a whole slew of book reviews, long and thoughtful ones that say interesting ... and how the world works and why the aliens filled the whole human preserve with nothing but white ...
13 Jul 2007: Friday Fun Poll: Planetary Warming
Politics, Science, Whimsy: climate change, planetary science · 1 comment
... will even blink. I mean, there are studies from six whole other planets (er, four planets, a dwarf planet, and a moon, whatever) to ...
28 Jun 2007: Science World Heritage
Science: dead white men, history of science, world heritage · 1 comment
... on land) to the Vredefort Dome impact structure to a whole freakin' bucketload of mines, caves, volcanoes, glaciers, and fossil ...
21 Jun 2007: Asking for a Pony
Politics: academia, blog carnivals, entitlement, grad school, Phi Delta Qoppa, scientiae · 4 comments
... to or immediately after expressing my wants or needs? A whole bunch of times, that's how many. This habit becomes excruciatingly ...
31 May 2007: I’m Not Dead
Meta: blog outages · 3 comments
... I'm mainly posting this to avoid the ignominy of going a whole month without updating. Life's been pleasantly full, and just when I ...
3 Mar 2007: Belated Carnival Post
Politics, Science: academia, anti-racism, blog carnivals, feminism, gender, grad school, scientiae · 17 comments
I have been derelict at my post here, forgetting to link to two carnivals that came out on Thursday: Philosophia Naturalis, the carnival of physical sciences, and the first-ever edition of Scientiae, the carnival for women and science. I'm sure I've been m ...
30 Jan 2007: What’s the Good News of Geology?
Politics, Science: fund my research or San Francisco gets it, lay science, philosophy of science · 16 comments
... debate. It's really, really hard not to put down whole survey courses worth of content for each subspecialty here, but as ...
26 Nov 2006: Margarita Meringue Pie
Food: citrus, meringue, pie, recipes, Rutaceae, thanksgiving · 1 comment
... juice, like I did, add some more corn starch. Bring the whole batch to a simmer, cover with plastic wrap, and remove from the heat. ...
24 Nov 2006: Thanksblogging
Human Fuzzies, Personal: pie, thanksgiving · 4 comments
... trash last spring. It holds enough milk to drink with a whole bowl of mac'n'cheez. Old friends who can make me laugh so hard my sides ...
18 Jul 2006: One More Way in which Global Warming Can Kill You
Science: climate change, unlikely catastrophes, volcanoes · 16 comments
... melt, for example - for the top to fall off and the whole mountain to blow. They're much deadlier than Iceland's nice effusive ...
6 Jun 2006: I’ll Stick to Compost, Thanks
Politics: Berzerkeley, gardening, religion · 9 comments
... back! Argh! I guess that's what I get for buying plants at Whole Foods; they don't sell the soulless hybrids. Attention Bay Area ...
2 Jun 2006: Friday Review of Stuff
Human Fuzzies: mac'n'cheez, pop, wordpress themes · 3 comments
Whole Foods 365 Mac'n'cheez: 365 is the Whole Foods store brand that focuses on "all-natural" hippie brand image, ...
20 Feb 2006: Little History, Big History
Science: Big History, Earth history, socks · 15 comments
... puts human society on the same conceptual scale as the whole damn universe. Did I mention my new socks? They have cherries on them. ...
3 Feb 2006: Friday iTunes iChing: Jurassic Utah Edition
Science: Friday random ten, impact structures, iTunes iChing, liquefaction, salt domes, Upheaval Dome · no comments
... Ladies Well, the Crown is a very good omen indeed - the whole story is there in the rocks, if we're patient and clever enough to read ...
19 Dec 2005: Happy Whatever
Politics: atheism, Christmas, holidays, religion, secularism, thanksgiving · 6 comments
... War on Christmas. I feel kinda dirty, playing in to the whole concept that anyone needs to give a shit. But too bad! You get what's ...
8 Dec 2005: AGU Four
Links, Personal, Politics: american geophysical union, feminism, peer review, pharmacists, socks · 3 comments
... you're at Target, you can shop for thongs, or liquor, or wholesome toys, content in the knowledge that someone with moral values is ...
23 Nov 2005: Own Your Own Conditional Penultimate Paragraphs
Human Fuzzies, Politics, Science: feminism, rhetorical tactics, scientific culture · 2 comments
... subscription or a privileged IP address, you can read the whole thing here. If you can't, don't worry; it's essentially a recapitulation ...
16 Nov 2005: On Co-ops and Community
Human Fuzzies, Politics: co-ops, consensus, intentional community · 4 comments
... appeals to new residents** and convince the house as a whole that history matters, without any assurance that their pleas will be ...
1 Nov 2005: Plebiscite Time Is Fun Time
Politics: abortion, California ballot propositions, co-op living, MediCal, teacher tenure · 9 comments
... to sign up. Proponents argue that this provision makes the whole thing enforceable - but the law's teeth are apparently built from the ...
13 Aug 2005: Travelogue! Days 9-12
Personal: photoblog, Scandinavia, travelogue · no comments
... everywhere: It's small. An organized tour of the whole thing (minus the extensive collection of old sardine can labels) takes ...
19 Jul 2005: I Hate Life Hacks
Personal: 3x5 index cards, i hate everything, Internet overload · 3 comments
... better, by teaching you, for example: How to eat the whole Internet in one (really big) bite - automagically download podcasts at ...
12 Jul 2005: Another Tale From The Dreamtime…
Whimsy: dreams, guest posts · no comments
... attended ever even had a view of the ocean...) The whole walk there, teen-Bette sang in full-rattle-the ...
3 Jun 2005: Friday Random Nineteen
Whimsy: Friday random ten, search requests · 6 comments
... in your lives: follow the link, you can download the whole album for free Pixies - Come on Pilgrim - Levitate Me Acoustic Mayhem - ...
25 May 2005: For the Record
Politics: feminism, rhetorical tactics · 5 comments
... very nearly dragged a whole Hugo Schwyzer thread into the dirt here. But this blog happens to like ...
16 May 2005: I Wish I Were Covered in Fuzzy Knobs
Links, Meta, Personal: anti-spam, cnidarians, hyperopia, myopia, vision · 4 comments
... but at the plane of the retina instead lights up a whole diffuse region. [...] The explanation probably lies in another simple ...
13 May 2005: Friday Rock Blogging: Evaporites
Science: evaporites, rock blogging, sedimentary rocks · 3 comments
... first step in a process that will eventually leave your whole bathtub coated in salt*. And by "your bathtub" I mean "Death Valley", or ...
9 May 2005: Deconstructing Teh Funnay
Politics: offensive humor, rhetorical tactics · 9 comments
... mean, clever, naughty, or recognizable"; and there's the whole humor as sublimated aggression bit. I like a super-windbaggy theory by ...
4 May 2005: Penis-Talk Redux
Politics: lifestyles of the privileged minority, masculinity · 11 comments
... I just had a forehead-slapping moment with regards to the whole male-body-bonding thing, and it was precipitated by Maya's comment chez ... reminders that hey! I'm not a brain in a jar! There's this whole rest of me that matters! I don't know that this is such a bad thing. ...
18 Apr 2005: For Millennia, Google Has Spoken
Human Fuzzies, Whimsy: essay contests, googlefu · 3 comments
... loan, and the appraised value of the property as a whole, and the other is the other persons involved in the decision making ...
4 Apr 2005: Links to Daylight’s Rescue
Human Fuzzies, Links, Politics: concert bands, Holst, labor unions, Taco Bell, workers rights · 2 comments
... (which I've been chasing for quite some time) and a whole buncha other stuff I remember (fondly or not) from high school. Thus far ...
31 Mar 2005: Today’s RSS Zeitgeist: Cheapskates
Politics: classism, consumerism, eccentricity, money · 6 comments
... (Christopher was, but in utero form only, so he missed the whole thing) the mighty bird fight would have been the one thing he remembered. ...
23 Mar 2005: Cyclic Extinctions?
Science: data mining, mass extinctions, statistics · no comments
... article first, and in this case probably also learning a whole bunch of new crap about statistics. But. Um. The smell of data-mining, it ...
14 Mar 2005: What I Hate About Menstruating
Personal: menstruation, TMI · 49 comments
... wiggly dance! Not that wiggly dances have ever, in the whole history of human menstrual cycles, done anything to dislodge a rope of ...
5 Mar 2005: Science Friday on Saturday
Science: funny, hydrothermal vents, oceanography, science journalism · 9 comments
... (transmemic?) intellectual love child of almost the whole marine geology department, including Dr. Kelley.] IF: OMG these new ...
3 Mar 2005: Ugh Zog
Meta, Personal: cubicle living, WordPress · 4 comments
... your coworkers dressed up as candy ravers. Fun for five whole minutes, I tell ...
23 Feb 2005: Gender Blogrolls Quick Post
Meta: blogroll, gender · no comments
... 28 men, 24 women, 6 male-dominated group blogs, and a whole bunch of people whose genders I can't remember and/or am unable to figure ...
17 Feb 2005: Initiative
Politics: dating, feminism, gender, rape · 3 comments
... dating situations we should seek out and how to make the whole thing safer, rather than a conversation about who should make the first ...
14 Feb 2005: Fun with Creationist Plate Tectonics
Science: debunking, plate tectonics, young earthers · 11 comments
... upper and lower mantles do not mix. Others think that the whole mantle is involved. [...] Regardless of the specifics, geologists now ...
14 Jan 2005: Magical Cow Pr0n!
Links, Politics: earworms, feminism, pornography, sex · 2 comments
... healthy sexuality can exist without an interest in the whole person, which does not and cannot exist in internet porn pictures or with ...
19 Nov 2004: Quickies
Personal, Politics: Christian hegemony, elections · no comments
... it last night, too, and I drove home in second gear the whole damn way* behind a crowd of "Los Angeles Crusade" bumper ...
3 Nov 2004: Back on the Horse
Politics: angst, Internet activism, presidential elections, Ralph Nader, US party politics · 2 comments
... think for one moment, you distraught rethinkers of the whole sweep of Leftism, that we can, ought, or must sacrifice the rights of ...
20 Oct 2004: AAA Pays Off
Personal: American Automobile Association, driving, jalopies · 2 comments
... charge extra for shitty cars. And one free tow justifies a whole year's worth of dues! I'm expecting at least a 200% return on investment ...
28 Sep 2004: Movies Lately
Human Fuzzies: media politics, movie reviews · 1 comment
... front row certainly didn't help (you can't even see the whole screen at once that far forward, why do they even put seats there?), but ...
21 Sep 2004: Non-Marketing Non-Future
Whimsy: branding, consumer culture · no comments
... arrogant of me to pretend I'm the only person in the whole wide office fridge so unaffected by consumer culture. And anyway, yogurt ...
13 Sep 2004: No Vegetables for the Poor
Politics: classism, USDA, welfare · 2 comments
... live quite happily on mare's milk alone, you know, for whole winters, and you don't see them asking the U.S. government for spinach, do you? Besides, nothing in the whole universe is an acceptable source of dietary calcium but milk and milk ...
26 Aug 2004: Broken Pipes and the Electoral College
Politics: · 4 comments
... around this side issue for a bit, but now I think the whole Federalism argument is just flat-out wrong irrelevant: it's not about ... by the same logic, should have broad appeal across the whole nation, and not just play strongly on a single issue to isolated blocs of ...
27 Jul 2004: PSA: Dental Hygiene
Personal: dentistry, saliva · 4 comments
... to person; if you have acidic spit, you should eat the whole box of chocolates at once rather than spacing it out through the day, and ...
16 Jun 2004: Up Shit Canyon Without a Creek
Politics: · 2 comments
... and legal, and I'm sure the moral obligations carry a whole lot of weight, har-de-har) to preserve valuable habitat by pouring water ...
18 May 2004: Sorbets I’m Dreaming Of
Food: cooking, desserts, recipes, sorbet · 6 comments
... Sorbet is remarkably simple, once you've gotten past the whole "having an ice cream maker" issue, and it's cold, and it's tasty. So now ...
13 May 2004: Life of the Mind
Politics: cultural criticism, intellectual elitism, intellectuals, unpaid work · 12 comments
... work. I also think there's a funny elitist tinge to the whole concept - some of the things brought up as possible contributions of a ...
11 May 2004: Mud-Thirsty Bees
Whimsy: · 1 comment
... which came first, the widespread use of bees as a wholesome pun element, or the innocent goofiness of the word "bee"? Double ...
10 Feb 2004: Crappy Superpowers
Whimsy: · 7 comments
... driver of the Dodge Viper who worked very hard to gain one whole Geo Metro length in the traffic today; we'll be companions in Hell. But ...
26 Jan 2004: I Don’t Like!
Links: · 3 comments
... Chocolate & Zucchini, which was worth something. The whole experiment probably would have gone off much better if I hadn't put down ...
12 Jan 2004: Pride’s Downfall
Whimsy: · 3 comments
... chat log* - but actually better because Xenical asked the whole room out for beer). The abandonment of this blog leads me to a novel ... in the press, because everyone is very embarrassed by the whole affair. Drunken UI frat boys continue to pee as usual. Also, the spout ...
6 Jan 2004: New Year’s Diet
Human Fuzzies, Personal: · 2 comments
... to happen is that you are consumed by gluttony, gobble the whole thing down at once without even pausing for a drink of milk, and expire ...
4 Jun 2003: Exploded Your Mom’s Cambrian Energy Drinks
Personal, Science: · 4 comments
... I hate Benjamin Lee Whorf, but not as much as I hate the whole community of anthropologists who decided to take him halfway seriously. ...
11 May 2003: No Swift For Me
Personal: · 1 comment
... hour and a half away from me in Riverside? It makes this whole purchase process very tricky, since even if I find a decent prospect it ...
31 Mar 2003: See My Tanned Blisters!
Personal: Hawaii, hawaiian volcano observatory, kilauea, lava trees, papayas, travelogue, volcanoes · no comments
... plane, airport, plane, airport. I should mention that this whole trip was organized and mostly paid for by geologists, as an educational ... pleasantly surprised to find that I kept my lunch down the whole day. Unfortunately, I had misplaced my digital camera in my dirty ...
21 Feb 2003: Someone’s Back
Meta: · no comments
... the least ladylike, making crude noises and bringing up unwholesome details of their own sex lives. The discussion may even devolve into ...
1 Dec 2002: oh yeah, thanks
Personal: · 3 comments
... on Saturday. Geocaching was very close to perfectly wholesome, except I ripped a big hole in the butt of my pants and went around ...
11 Nov 2002: Rrrrr-awwwrrrerrr! says the leaf blower
Personal: · 1 comment
... of radioactive waste from the fridge and holding the whole block hostage until everyone agrees to let me use their lawns as my ...
30 Sep 2002: Tree Punching
Personal, Teaching: academia, course scheduling · 3 comments
... be one of those snaps people do where they whip their whole hand through the air, only they keep banging a wall or scraping their ...
25 Aug 2002: Confuse the Bubblebots
Personal: · 1 comment
... I felt completely out of my demographic boundaries the whole time. In sympathy, or spite, my camera broke. The motor now has a ...
9 Jul 2002: Quality Control Freak
Personal: ants, cleaning, household pests · no comments
... raquetball, and the ants have left my kitchen! There's a whole colony of them living just outside - several whole colonies, really, but without chemical-dipped antennae I can't tell them ...
16 Jun 2002: The Odd Couple
Uncategorized: guest posts · 1 comment
... did a large-scale cleaning last week (as in spending the whole day doing it, cleaning the carpet and all). We have a few dishes in the ...
20 May 2002: Stack Widow
Meta, Personal: blogular wanking, Caltech, Ditch Day · 3 comments
... of labor) so you can have some treats. By this point, the whole campus has been cordoned off with black plastic and scribbled signs ...
6 May 2002: Holland Ain’t Kansas
Politics: Europe, obituaries · no comments
... have two immediate reactions to this whole "Pim Fortuyn being murdered" thing. It's really easy to find rhymes or ...
29 Apr 2002: Service with a Smile
Meta, Personal: · 9 comments
... birthday, fucko. Thankfully for my feeble, hungry ego, the whole freakin' distributed republic of blogistan seems to have gathered to ...
28 Apr 2002: button bushes
Human Fuzzies: · 4 comments
... and transformations of that and similar phrases. The whole thing was terribly distressing; I like to notice small details and ...
15 Apr 2002: Someone Disagrees
Personal: fan mail, menstruation · 6 comments
... fabulous; the only fun part about menstruating. Sure, that whole "soak 'em in cold water and they won't stain!" bit is a huge lie, but ...
25 Mar 2002: Someone’s Eating Well…
Meta: · 7 comments
... to judge - I've heard the Upper Peninsula is almost as wholesome as ...
21 Feb 2002: Academic Angst
Personal, Teaching: · 3 comments
... is enough for my energies without trying to reform a whole subculture, and so of course I keep making little notches of defeat and ...
2 Feb 2002: I Vanquish You, Laplace Transform!
Personal: money, neuroses · no comments
... excess fat with a Paula Abdul exercise video, and waste a whole bunch of time looking for cheap digital cameras on ebay. Growing up, ...
31 Jan 2002: Stupid Economy
Politics: Homeland Stupidity, job fairs, peace corps · no comments
... It's certainly better than the Marine Corps.* But this whole Freedom Corps thing is just creepy. Sure, it's probably a good idea to ... happening to anybody at all. And I'll even spare you the whole pacifist ...
23 Jan 2002: Pedagogy
Personal: · no comments
... they let him come back on school property to instigate a whole new kiddie porn scandal. Oooops. What does disturb me is that I have to ...
8 Jan 2002: Fish-Blooded Bourgeois
Links, Meta, Personal: binders, highlighters, killing brain cells, office supplies, random classes, rollerball pens · 1 comment
... prof, or in the best-case scenario, a "randomly spends the whole lecture talking about his research" unenthusiastic prof. This guy's ...
24 Dec 2001: Tackiest Ever
Politics: · no comments
... Roosevelt had something to say about that once. The whole thing is almost enough to make me question the selfless motives and ...
19 Dec 2001: Jane’s Packing Hints
Aimless: dreams · no comments
... was a diplomat's daughter; she's moved a whole bunch. Here she is now. Spread all your things all over the floor so you ...
11 Dec 2001: an arrow in the sky
Whimsy: sky, skyline, smokestack, sunsets, vesterbro · no comments
... the south harbor, hanging over some invisible factory blowhole. It was outlined in pink, pointing north and just a little bit up. ...
10 Dec 2001: goodies from snoogums
Links: · no comments
... something very similar to a GNU project license. Mmm, wholesome 50's children drinking ...
9 Dec 2001: side couples square through
Personal: agnosticism, atheism, cookies, dancing, julefrokost, monkeys, religion, religious conversion, religious preferences, square dancing, unitarian church · 1 comment
... crazy old people of course. For a church function, the whole thing was astonishingly secular, but of course people eventually inquired ...
2 Dec 2001: gender-bender
Meta: · no comments
... back to piteous blogland metacommentary or society as a whole. There's no time for me to speculate now, as the computers are in demand ...
1 Dec 2001: Happy AIDS Day!
Links: · no comments
... course, if we're going to be completely serious about this whole "free safer sex equipment" concept, we're going to have to start in on ...
26 Nov 2001: Unto the Breach!
Human Fuzzies, Personal: · no comments
... and it's been cloudcast all day anyway. Phoo. Gah. This whole "darkness" thing is much easier to take when I'm wrapped up in bed with a ...
11 Nov 2001: hey hey I’m a monkee
Meta: · no comments
... forty-second best "real person" personal website in the whole wide universe. You don't have to take my word for it - this site has been ...
9 Nov 2001: can’t sleep, blog will eat me
Personal: · no comments
... Saturday's Wolfstone concert, go drink Christmas beer. The whole notion of a special Christmas beer is still flying a little bit over my ...
30 Oct 2001: too much ask google
Meta: search engine games · no comments
... just email me, and I'll invite you on. It'll be a good wholesome waste of time that we could be using to better ourselves and the ...
24 Oct 2001: super stalker search!
Meta: · no comments
... to turn them back into real money for you. So I have a whole bunch of Belgian one franc coins, and I need to get rid of them, and I've ...
9 Oct 2001: Going Swimming
Personal: · 1 comment
... - and of course that four-meter dash is the point of the whole exercise. I feel alive. After two years living in California I'm almost ...
2 Sep 2001: redesign
Meta, Personal: blogtinkery, introspection · no comments
... just this evening, I've started to feel at home again. The whole week has been a bit lonely, really, especially since so many of my shiny ...
12 Jul 2001: phew
Aimless: · no comments
... marvelously pretentious atmosphere and soured me on the whole concept of rated-posting message boards. Why I keep coming back, I ...