I'm into the scientific process, all things food related (including cooking and gardening), costuming (both everyday and special event), books, and movies. I love sci-fi and fantasy but I can't stand games. I like the magic of sewing, but I have zero desire to knit. I am a stay-at-home mom, but scrapbooking gives me the willies. I am married to a man who emphatically dislikes sports, but tinkers with his car all the time.
@meetapossum Hmmm... also very much like Brother Bear.
It is very important to note that A.I. is Spielberg, not Kubrick. Important because I quite like Kubrick's work, and I want to put an ax through Spielberg's (while recognizing he is a master craftsman, blah blah blah...).
I have a rescue greyhound who raced until he was 5 in Alabama. I live up north and the first winter we had him was non-stop blizzards. It was pretty entertaining watching him trying to outrun the snow. He's almost 8 now, but when we first got him he was afraid of everything, from the coffee grinder to sneezes, strollers to little dogs. He still runs away from little dogs, but I sneezed right in his face yesterday and all he did was check the ground to see if anything edible had fallen out.
@teaandcakeordeath I'm sorry, that's not possible. I invented sex with my boyfriend in college. It's really fun, though, you should try it.
@teaandcakeordeath To me it read like it was written by a college student bent on shocking their audience with the mention of newfound "scandalous" adult things. Masturbation! Incest! BOOBIES!!!!
@Ophelia Yup, I just came over to check the comments and make sure I wasn't the only one.
Hmmm... I am maybe seeing some parallels between Warren Beatty and Channing Tatum...
Am I the only person who read this and thought, this is ridiculous - there is no 'one size fits all' theory of childbearing? People are not that important to the universe. Whether or not we have children is only important to the people doing it. In the long run, who cares? Figure out what you want and do it, as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else. And it's not a case of having/not having children that does the harm, it's how you go about living your life while you are/are not doing that, that matters.
Er... that dress in the main story is *obviously* one from John Carter that didn't quite make the cut.
... I definitely wore really revealing, skintight stuff in high school because a) I had a damn fine body and b) zero sexual experience - not even kissing - so I really had no idea what I was broadcasting. I'm glad I did it while I could, though.