Thursday, February 23, 2006

Busy...Knitting...Keep...Yourselves....Entertained

I'm knitting like a maniac. No time to blog.

The spreadsheet had to be fixed - it told me 3 days ago that I was 109% done. I was CLEARLY not 109% done.

Here are some fun links for you:

Are you there God, it's me Margaret Updated! Can you believe this?! I feel lied to. (via Bookslut)

A Pet Store in my neighborhood has been accussed of flashing pornographic chickens. So. Funny. (via Universal Hub)



Sunday - Team Boston closing ceremony Par-tay! Sunday 11:30 am - you bettah be there.
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18 Comments:

Anonymous Cara-ISH said...

THIS TIME TOMORROW WE WILL BE MINUTES APART - OR MAYBE EVEN TOGETHER!!!! CAN YOU STAND IT?!!!

LOVE LOVE LOVE!

2/24/2006 12:01 AM  
Blogger janna said...

Wouldn't it be easier just to believe the spreadsheet? ;-)

2/24/2006 12:03 AM  
Blogger maryse said...

i don't know if i can possibly party on sunday. i'm too upset. first, they muck around with "are you there god, it's me margaret" and then people are disgusted by a rubber chicken in a bikini.

it's craziness!

2/24/2006 7:48 AM  
Blogger Carole said...

Can't wait for Sunday!

2/24/2006 7:59 AM  
Blogger Norma said...

::::cowbell ringing:::::

::::madly cheering:::::

2/24/2006 8:11 AM  
Anonymous Stephanie said...

Lied to? How about violated! Perhaps we should change "R is for Rocket" to better represent rocket technology, or re-write Mark Twain and take the smoking out...or ..or...well damnit. How stupid do they think humanity is that they can't understand that there used to be belts, and now there are adhesive pads. Look. There. I explained it in one sentence.
For the love of Pete. That book's a classic.

(Sorry. Maybe too much with the coffee? I'll go mutter and knit in the corner.)

2/24/2006 11:33 AM  
Blogger Jenifer said...

Hey Wendy -- you're really too cute with your spreadsheets, etc. :) Hope you love your Hourglass. Mine fits a little big ... I think with negative chest ease you'll be just right. I sort of have a post-prego tummy pouch that makes negative ease not so great for me ... Anyways ... Hey -- I have a question for you. Can you email me when you get a chance?? jeniferorama@gmail.com Post Sunday is fine!! (that's me, http://jenfierknits.blogdrive.com)

2/24/2006 12:10 PM  
Blogger Jenifer said...

Oops, I hate it when I can't even spell my name right (http://jeniferknits.blogdrive.com)

2/24/2006 12:11 PM  
Blogger ann said...

make sure Cara only says nice things about me ..... and Carole too.

2/24/2006 2:18 PM  
Blogger Vicki Knitorious said...

Breathe, darlin' -- breathe and knit, you can do it! (Sounds an awful lot like a labor coach...)

Have a GREAT TIME this weekend. I can't wait to hear all about it. Please remind someone to take pictures, okay? Be careful with the Sharpies...

Mwah!!!

2/24/2006 4:34 PM  
Blogger Susan said...

You go! I've completely wasted and swiggin' beer for ya!

2/24/2006 9:48 PM  
Anonymous Kristen said...

"updated" Are You There God? I can't believe it. That's a classic story and the part they changed is really part of the story. (she and her friends had to buy all of the parts!)

Does that mean renegade "old" copies will show up on ebay for through the roof prices?

I won't be able to make the closing party, but I'm sitting here in my finished hat wishing I could get there from here.

2/26/2006 3:27 PM  
Blogger Peevish said...

Updated Are You There God It's Me Margaret????? For pete's sake, is nothing sacred?

2/26/2006 6:05 PM  
Anonymous samantha said...

"They" should be fired. You don't get to change "Are You There, God?..." Sheesh, cripes, and all that. Leave my coming of age books alone!!!!

Have fun at the party.

2/26/2006 6:39 PM  
Blogger Kathy said...

Updating Judy Blume should be a crime.

2/26/2006 11:14 PM  
Blogger Sweet Camden Lass said...

I left a comment in Judy Blume's Guestbook (www.judyblume.com), and actually got a reply: apparently Judy herself did the updates, and it was done because having to question what a pad with a belt etc. was got in the way of the flow of the story. Which is a good point: apart from Terry Pratchett, where the footnotes are a literary device, footnotes shouldn't appear in fiction, hence not using footnotes.

Course, now I need to find an original and an update to compare & contrast.

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