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am i missing something? ~.m. by maria b.
February 18, 2010, 6:02 pm
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so, this woman had tried EVERYTHING to make lots of bacon for lots of people–“microwaving it, broiling it, and I even bought the precooked stuff so all I had to do was heat it up. None of these ways were quicker or easier and they certainly left a huge mess for me to clean up not to mention almost starting an oven fire one time.

But finally, I found a way that is quick, simple, and easy to clean up.”

so what did she finally try? what ingenius method of cooking bacon did she FINALLY stumble upon?

omfg, you have got to be kidding me. that’s a frying pan, right?

p.s. thanks to cupcake heartbreak for the link to the blog. frightening.


andrew sullivan: pot, meet kettle. ~.m. by maria b.

as if we needed another example of Sarah Palin’s hypocrisy.

note: regarding the categories, while religion and sexism isn’t explicitly mentioned in this post, how can i not tag something about Sarah Palin “sexism” and “religion ugh”?

quote of the week: Nov. 15, 2009. ~.m. by maria b.

“[T]here’s no better training ground for politics than motherhood.”

-Sarah Palin, in Going Rogue

i feel like–maybe–we ought to ask Hilary what she thinks on that. maybe sexy sarah thinks that because she went and had five kids because the Bible told her to do her husband’s bidding and not to use any contraception and lost control of her home… but let’s humor her and briefly compare motherhood and politics. the old joke about politicians and diapers notwithstanding, how the fuck could she seriously make that comparison??

i need one of two things to happen: she needs to retire to Alaska and never be heard from again, or become a pariah in American media, held up for ridicule and for laughs. by everybody, not just the Left.

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too many outspoken americans are still really, really stupid. ~.m. by maria b.

they can’t handle the U.S. release of a film about Darwin? really? i know it’s not balanced out with a film about creationism or intelligent design, but honestly. it’s not being forced on anyone, you don’t have to see it. so much fist-shaking about Teh Eebul Netchurell Sullekshun and Ebuhlooshun. yikes. oh, right, cuz according to that February Gallup poll, only 39% of Americans believe in evolution. holy shit, indeed.

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