Monthly Archives: May 2008

Young Hillary Clinton

Maybe every sperm is sacred, after all?

Or is it every sperm bearer is sacred? Vatican: Excommunication for female priests The Vatican insisted Friday that it is properly following Christian tradition by excluding females from the priesthood as it issued a new warning that women taking part in ordinations will be excommunicated. The move dashed the hopes both of women seeking to […]

No inhibitions

Emma sorta dove into our strawberry collection this afternoon. Picking strawberries in the fields by my parents’ place is rapidly becoming a summer tradition. There’s nothing like a sun-warmed, melt-in-your-mouth berry, fresh from the field! After eating your fill of these strawberries, it makes the scrawny, ripened-in-the-carton berries back home hard to stomach.

Down home

In the Shenandoah Mountains of Virginia, that is. There’s a different feeling that comes over this grrrl when she crosses over the 49th parallel to her homeland. Since I only get “home” once or twice a year, I try to take advantage of it as much as possible — going to my favorite restaurants, haunts, […]

Look at the cute little heathen!

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Write me

Don’t look now, gentle reader, but this grrrl has dusted off her graduate work and is planning on finishing up her thesis this summer. On Monday I’m handing in the draft of my final analysis chapter, and hope to have it all ready for submission (as in all 6 chapters) by August. I’ll defend in […]

Vile woman

Here’s why I will not vote in November, if Clinton somehow steals the nomination away from Obama. Today, in responding to the question of whether or not her continual gong show campaign is hurting the Democratic Party’s chances in November: “I don’t. Because again, I’ve been around long enough. You know, my husband did not […]