Congratulations to all the happy couples in Canada and now San Francisco! “You can’t imagine what it’s like from a distance. Straight or gay, visitors get teary when they walk inside City Hall, where the meaning of what Newsom did is huge and palpable. It’s always struck me as vaguely homophobic, the insistence on how […]
But check this out. www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,12271,1153531,00.html We all might want to think about making that next car a hybrid. And we might want to think about this stuff when we choose our politicians. Dear Potential President/Prime Minister: What is your stance on the Kyoto Protocol? Can I get that in writing?
I have noticed that when I buy lots of fruit and vegetables, particularly organic ones, I sashay around the supermarket feeling like a righteous citizen. But when I’m making a run for the Hamburger Helper or Chef Boyardee my demeanor is considerably less jaunty. You might even call it furtive. Last night I bought flaxseed […]
Frank and I finished our walk in Linley Valley and we emerged from the trail, crossed the road to the car and there, waiting for us like a bristly little dream was…. a stray pot belly pig. He wasn’t what you’d call a race pig. He took his sweet time waddling back across the road […]
Imagine my horror this morning when someone sent me a link to the following article about how the identities of anonymous reviewers showed up on the Amazon.ca website. www.nytimes.com/2004/02/14/technology/14AMAZ.html?ex=1077729878&ei;=1&en;=7c74502b326d227d Oh. My. God. I assume, although I could be wrong, that the reason the unknown person sent me the NY Times article was because it looked […]