Filed under: Adventure!, Ballers & Shot Callers, Celeb-U-Messes, everybody does it., shame shame shame | Tags: abidals!, Crazy, Douchebags, Fun, Lobster, things -z- likes, Toitle
My friend, Brochardt, and I got these little animals in a 25 cent machine some months back. Mine’s a Turtle, hers is a Lobster. Needless to say, Toitle the Turtle gets into lots of trouble. He’s the Lindsay Lohan trainwreck of tiny plastic animals. I can’t keep him out of trouble. Mistaking sugar for coke lines, trying to steal cigs from people, little green crotch shots for the paparazzi, trying to swim in my coffee in the morning at work…. Lobster is much more conservative than Toitle, I can tell you that much.
Filed under: Ballers & Shot Callers, deep thoughts, Interwebz | Tags: Awesome, Bea Arthur, Fun, Golden Girls, things -z- likes
Thank yooooou Jezebel for this site:
Filed under: cool beans, Games, Interwebz | Tags: Awesome, Fun, Jorb, Mouse Path, things -z- likes
I’ve been amusing myself with this program, Mouse Path all day. It’s a simple click of a button and your cursor is followed visually all day long. It’s like making art, without any effort! The dots are created when your mouse is idle, the longer it is in one spot, the larger the dot toggle. So fun!!
Filed under: Ballers & Shot Callers, politics! | Tags: Domestic Violence, EU, Foreign Policy
The European Union has taken initiative in drafting a bill creating a policy that will enact a European protection order for women in domestic violence situations. The order would essentially mean that protection orders against abusers would translate across European borders. Interestingly enough, the U.S. does this on a state by state basis, meaning that abusers can follow their victims across state lines.
I don’t want to jump the gun and get too excited about this, because nothing’s been passed yet. In addition, it is difficult to get international law passed due to navigating different legal systems. But when legislators (who in this case, are mostly men) are talking about this issue, it’s pretty great.
The Guardian has it HERE.