Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
That was great! It`s nice to know other people have the same feelings regarding; Greenpeace activists, hipsters, occupy people, and 30 year old university students.That Blog just made my day! The jar of organic rooftop honey was hilarious.
I dunno, Cappy. A game of kickball now and then might be just the ticket...
That man is good. Way good.And you have to fisk Mark Driscolls second post at Boundaryless
http://m.statesman.com/statesman/db_43071/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=45SDkFXS&full=true#displayCaptain, you are this man
As a lady who cans and has extra Mason jars in the kitchen, I thought the Cuppow was a neat idea. Of course, I wasn't going to pay $13 for one, which it took 5 minutes, my leatherman, and some clear nail polish to make my own.
Anon,In my day I did chase down the occasional bad guy. But I was paid to do it ;) And I had a Schwinn, not a Suzuki. But, yes, I would hammer my Ninja 636 today and chase down the bad guy.
Ansley,Which is why you should make a calendar of yourself canning in the kitchen and us men would gladly pay a pretty penny for it.
Somehow, I doubt that, as canning involves wearing long sleeves to cut down on the burn scars, lots of sweat and even more curse words. And it's only a September-November activity for me, so I'd have to find filler material for the rest of the calendar...
Do these fools really want to walk around with a hot coffee in a glass, handle-less jar? Glass is a poor thermal insulator. A canning jar full of hot coffee will be too hot to hold.
Sometimes I'm glad I found your blog for the content, others for finds such as this. Thank you.Mike James
Damn, I been reading him for years. If i'd known you hate hipsters i'd have let you known...
Does anybody like hipsters?
I love hipsters. They're great when you need an example of failing at... well, anything.
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