Monthly Archives: October 2004

Politics and Cookies

TweetIn an article in the Post-Standard yesterday titled, “Chocolate Chunks Sway Voters”, you can only guess what that means. That’s right, it’s a Candidate’s Wives Cookie Bake-Off! You have got to be shitting me. No, unfortunately not. Apparently the newspaper took a poll of Central New Yorkers on their preference between Teresa Heinz Kerry’s pumpkin [...]
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I’m speechless…and that doesn’t happen often

TweetSo it looks like if you want to ever-so-gently let someone know that you may have given them a STD, you can now send them a card. Thoughts? Tweet
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New condom generates buzz

TweetAnd they just keep coming… A Japanese-designed condom soon to be on the market has a little added pleasure factor—it vibrates. Apparently this pulsing prophylactic has a vibrating ring at the base, and is currently being tested before its release. I wonder how one goes about being in that focus group…I want in. Tweet
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What’s (not) being done in the Sudan

TweetMake sure to check out the NY Times’ piece today on the horror that women in Darfur are going through right now, we well as the argument over whether violence against women is a war crime. Um…Yes. Discussion over. Seriously though, it never ceases to amaze me how people cannot make the connection between the [...]
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Feminist Coffee Talk

TweetTalk amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic. Is the following offensive, hysterical, effective, dangerous? Discuss. Tweet
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