weekend pickthrough- lazy saturday edition.

11 04 2010

i declare the mermaid pants hangover officially cured. admittedly, it took 12 hours of sleep, 2 netflix movies, $30 worth of indian food, and 4 new pairs of shoes… but i’m finally starting to feel normal again. well, as normal as i ever do. again, apologies for the lack of content this week. i even blew off the weekend picktrhough on friday, which is traditionally the easiest piece for me to write, because i don’t really actually have to write anything. however, due to lots of work at work and lack of sleep, my time for link hoarding was dramatically cut down. so today, i hoard for you on the fly (which i’m sure will be crazy-town), and give you promises that i’ll try harder next week.

bad tony visits maine. set your tivos! (and apparently simply divine brownies are going to be on unwrapped too)

not that i needed any help gaining the freshman 15, but this information would have been incredibly valuable when i was in college.

some quiet reflections on last week’s topless protest. why is it that when maine gets in the national news, it’s always about tits?

who wants to take the subway with me to acadia? i’ll meet you on the blue line at thunder hole.

ice-t  always knows exactly what to say.

i kind of hate this guy because he’s cute and has more subscribers than i do, but he did teach me how to make money by selling wine corks.

i can’t even keep a cactus alive, so what chance do you think i have of growing a successful salsa garden?

if you still want a whack at that free bathrobe, money saving maine-iac has what you want.

everything you might have missed about the recent portland POTUS visit.



6 responses

12 04 2010

boobs on your blog! yes! imagine all the traffic you’re gonna get now.

12 04 2010

i wish i knew how to search engine optimize for boobs! i thought about putting a NSFW disclaimer on… and then i decided to fuck it. because if they can march topless down the streets of portland, then they can march topless across people’s work computer screens.

12 04 2010

LOL..when my Dad who lives in Chicago made his weekly call, he asked me about the topless march, folks across the nation were talking about it. I am still shaking my head about the whole thing then again as an all most middle age chick who worries more about having decent health insurance to keep my gals healthy. I doubt I was the target demographic to be marching.

I agree with Kate, boobs on the blog will probably drive up your traffic.

12 04 2010

i did exactly the same thing when my mom was living in albany! she was LOVING the topless coffee shop coverage. i completely agree that there are about a billion better things to protest about. the punchline is that it’s not illegal in maine, so why even bother marching? you wanna be topless, be topless.

13 04 2010
not your friend Kristina, but totally someone else

I know it’s not illegal in Maine, but for some reason they’re really strict in my office about keeping the ladies indoors. It’s totally whack!

15 04 2010

it is TOTALLY WHACK! you just need to keep a copy of the law on your desk that you can smugly point at whenever anyone tells you to put a shirt on.

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