Whoo Hoo!


Big shoutout to Maureen Duffy, who, entirely unbidden, went out (well, clicked around) to the wishlist and sent me something. This is insanely cool and incredibly generous. Thankyouthankyouthankyou!

Now all I have to do is carve out space in the day to spend some serious quality time with my DVD player. Anyone up for 36-hour days?

Update: No irony here today, as CNN reports: Ten Commandments judge removed from office.


Proszę bardzo. Przepraszam, nie mówię dobrze po polsku, ale gratulacje. Powodzenia!

Co to jest "flotsam"? Moze byc ...

What's scary is that we actually watched one of those movies last week for SLE.

That's awesome. "Red" will always be one of my all-time faves.

that was nice of her. someone has a birthday coming up.

Oh, when you mentioned that to me I didn't realize that the donator was longtime Friend of The Donk and soon-to-be-columnist Mo-Skee. That Mo gets around.

She does indeed, and this Friend Of The Donk and soon-to-be columnist would be most happy to honor Mr. Ken on his birthday, too. I imagine your wishlist would be somewhat more problematic, however. Moze byc?

Or maybe not. Remember, a dry crack is a happy crack:

I've been wanting that too - you'll have to let me know how it is since I've never seen them and am a bit aprehensive about shelling out the funds.

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