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Friday, March 31, 2006

Logs

Today is a good day to go through my referer logs.

The Top 10 Search Terms:
vlad taltos
html clock
female fantasy authors
random quiz
centipedes
plush germs
taltos
grass jelly
pr0n
merovingian line

Okay, the centipedes bother me, because I HATE centipedes. (shudder)
Also, I’m certain that people looking for actual pr0n were quite disappointed by the flower pr0n.

Now for the odder things:

male chest
Please go here: See the category “Covers Gone Wild”

reading/short passages about secrets on shoes
That’s me. International woman of mystery and secrets on shoes.

fairy tale told the opposite way
Told the opposite way of what? Start with the moral and end with “Once upon a time”?

pictures of euthanasia requests
Okay, that’s screwed up.

funny folk tales that no one has heard of before
If no one has heard them before, then they’re not folktales.

fairy tales translated to italian
Why are you searching in English?

what do a photosynthesis really do
A photosynthesis is the little man that lives in plants and changes them into vegetables.

phoenix guards if i
…completed my search terms I’d get better results

www. holle kitty partying.
Is this a typo or a perversion?

folktales that involve real folktales not just make believe
Maybe you’re not understanding what a folktale is.

spinach police uniforms
That must be one of those new, city trends.

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Finger

Here’s an interesting study:

Finger length predicts physically aggressive personalities

I particularly liked the quote from the author of the paper.

Dr. Peter Hurd initially thought the idea was “a pile of hooey,” but he changed his mind when he saw the data.

However, the research only holds true for men.

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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Speaking of Odd

Either I’m losing my mind, or I’m listening to an instrumental Ozzy Ozbourne cover on XM’s Beyond Jazz channel.

Maybe it’s just a sign that I should go take a long hot shower and try to relax some more.

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The Grand Tour

The Grand Tour (2004) by Patricia C. Wrede and Caroline Stevermer

If you’ve already read Sorcery and Cecelia, then you’ll need little or no encouragement to pick up The Grand Tour. Cousins Kate and Cecelia are taking the grand tour of Europe on their honeymoons. Within almost no time, they are caught up in intrigue involving ancient magical artifacts, and a secret group that was active during Napoleon’s reign as Emperor of France.

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Movie Timeline

This is far more interesting than I had initially expected it to be: Movie Timeline. What is movies were true? What would the timeline of the past and future look like?

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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Ummm…

This is amusing. In a very, very strange way.

Also took me a minute to get, the first time I looked at it.

But it’s also strange. So don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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Find Your Nemesis

Andy send me a link to Nemester.

You can’t sign up yet, but when you can, all things considered, I probably should. Just to keep track, you know.

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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Goodbye, and Good Luck

Good Luck Gina!

Gina

It’s been a tough 5 1/2 years, but we’ve worked hard and managed somehow.

So in closing, one of my favorite exchanges:

We were explaining to a new graduate assistant how, because of the layout of the lab, we spent more time with each other than we did with our husbands.

Gina: We spend so much time together…
Michelle: …we even finish each others sentences.
Gina: It’s like being married…
Michelle: …only without the sex.
Gina: It’s exactly like being married.

So I’m not just losing a co-worker, I’m losing a wife.

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Monday, March 27, 2006

Grave Peril

Grave Peril (2001) Jim Butcher

The third book in The Dresden Files series occurs several months after the events of the last book, and introduces us to another of Harry Dresden’s friends and companions, Michael, a Knight of the Cross. Michael is helping Harry put down an uprising of ghosts that are rising up and wreaking havoc in Chicago.

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Sunday, March 26, 2006

Speaking of Insulting

Dear Eliot Spitzer,

Fuck you.

Appalachia is not an insult. It’s my home.

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