One Jezzie feature I fondly remember was "Crap Email from a Dude," not so much for the emails themselves as for the comments. Assuming I have ever ROFLMAO-ed, that would have been the time.
@dotcommie I suppose if you are the kind of cook who does not take sufficient pride in her work you can continue to get by that way. But to scale the heights of culinary perfection -- you must read the linked article. I was blind, but now have no further questions about lentil-sorting.
The famously prolix Hairpin commentariat has nothing to say about this article? Still slut-shaming Claire?
@cvnvcrtyty56 Isn't there some way to ban the likes of you from cluttering up our comments?
So, in the New Improved Hairpin, have we lost SOCH?
In the Prop 8 case, you are right that the federal district court judgment has been reinstated because none of the proponents on appeal had standing to defend the proposition. However, you are mistaken when you say that Judge Walker ruled Prop 8 to be invalid under California law and that, therefore, his opinion means nothing outside of California. Judge Walker held Prop 8 unconstitutional as violating both the due process and equal protection clauses in the FEDERAL constitution. While the actual precedential force of his opinion is limited to the Northern District of California, the legal basis of his opinion is relevant to any challenge, anywhere in the United States, its territories and possessions, of laws prohibiting same-sex marriage. Whether it will prove persuasive in those other jurisdictions remains to be seen.
This is, without question, the first time I have ever heard Norm Maleng referred to as "much beloved." A man of some substance? Sure. A good man? Okay. Much beloved? Like I say, it's a first.
Disagreed. it is perfectly natural for someone's untimely death to make a person reflect on mortality, including one's own mortality, which necessarily involves thinking back to some degree over one's own life. No guilt necessary!
I don't usually do FOT,but cannot help but notice that the numbers have fallen from close to a thousand to the mid-700s. Is this the beginning of the end? Is this life post-Edith? One quails to think.