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Archive for March, 2005

Women in Refrigerators

Link: Women in Refrigerators.

The way women end up, in comics. Sort of.

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Lost New York

Link: Lost New York, a photographic essay.

Beautiful site.

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When I Grow Up

When I grow up, I want abulldog.

It’s one of my goals, something to look forward to when we’re not renting, maybe out of the city, living happily ever after. A bulldog.

Always did like them, even before I went to Amsterdam (or in spite of).

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HotAIR

Link: HotAIR – Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists.

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Leisure Town

Link: Leisure Town.

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BBC NEWS | In Pictures | The way ahead for disability?. Some absolutely fantastic road signs on a disability theme. Hope the exhibition travels (I’d imagine it’s in the UK).

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New Google Ads

Trying, on the left, something new with Google. Not sure how it will pan out but at least it looks less invasive. I don’t want to clutter up the site but I also want to help make it self sufficient. But if this new ad thing works I’ll probably use it for all my sites. I think it looks a little bit better…

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Stop Alien Abductions

Link: THIS WEBSITE TELLS YOU HOW TO MAKE A THOUGHT SCREEN HELMET, THE MATERIALS AND TOOLS YOU NEED TO MAKE ONE, AND WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN THE MATERIALS.

Just in case, you know?

And FYI, tin foil is NOT involved. Who knew?

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Link: Dittie Premium Feminine Protection: tampons, pads, pantiliners and more..

I don’t want fashionable tampons. I don’t want tampons for divas. I don’t want to take a Dittie Pledge. I don’t particularly want to play tampon bowling, but for an ipod? Maybe.

It has nothing to do with me having hangups (although they do allude to that). It has to do with the honest to God fact that periods aren’t pleasant, fun, exciting, hip. They’re an annoying part of my life that I’d be glad to see the end of.

And if you want to try to guilt me into otherwise just to sell an overpriced product, then you’re just as bad as the companies you criticize, if not worse.

Dittie? Dontie.

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Link: architecture and hygiene – addiction.

House made from shipping containers. Bit pricey. Wonder if a cheap version can be done for affordable housing?

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