Monthly Archives: April 2012

#HTXFeminist May Tweet-Up

We’re gathering again, so feel free to join us, whether you tweet or not. Please bring your feminist friends and news of any meetings, events, occasions to share. Friday, May 4, 2012 6 pm, but hey, no reason you can’t … Continue reading

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A Republican Who Believes in Climate Change

George H. W. Bush, my friends. Our 41st president is crossing the Atlantic on the Queen Mary 2 this week. The Houston Chronicle reported: Bush said friends have teased him about the fact that he is crossing the Atlantic on … Continue reading

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Wildflowers & The Law

I was about to enjoy some self-righteous indignation, calling out a few people for breaking the law by picking wildflowers in Texas. Being the person I am, I wanted to cite the actual law. O tempora! O mores! It is … Continue reading

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Best Comment of the Day

The New York Times Well Blog shared the results of a study that examined who calls whom, which discovered, looking at phone usage patters: In their 40s, women’s most important relationship began to shift away from the same-aged male to … Continue reading

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Observations While Driving This Morning

I Many of the meteorologists who deliver weather reports on KUHF seem to stumble over the pronunciation of meteorologist. Just listen. It’ll bug you now, too. You’re welcome. II The constitution does not enumerate an inalienable right to drive 40 … Continue reading

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