Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hayes Carll’s Stomp & Holler for Jazzercise? Why Stop There? Texas Music for Your Workout Play List

Jazzercise™ has updated its official, corporate-approved play list to include Hayes Carll’s Stomp and Holler: I was already quite fond of Carll, but his response to news of the Jazzercise™ selection has made me even more enamored of his wit … Continue reading

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Lady Legos

Tumbling about on the internet, I came across a great post in which someone I don’t know expounded on the topic why I’m a feminist. As a child, this lover of Legos was distraught by the ratio of male to … Continue reading

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But Somebody Has To Be Right, Right?

Maybe I’ve told the story before about our marriage counseling? Our church required us to attend several classes before our wedding. Maybe it was just one, I can’t recall. What I do recall was that there were 8-10 of us … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Recall Elections & The Mess in D.C.

I don’t know how the recall elections will turn out in Wisconsin. So far, from what I’ve read, real Democratic candidates (i.e. those who stand somewhere in the left of the spectrum) have beaten fake Democratic candidates (i.e. people recruited … Continue reading

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I Beg To Differ (But What Do I Know)

I don’t eat nearly often enough at what I feel is the best restaurant in the Heights, Zelko Bistro. I don’t go so often because I rarely have the time or patience to wait, and there’s usually a wait. I … Continue reading

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