Friday, October 23, 2009


I was Googling scissor and thanks to their auto-suggest (or whatever they call it) I saw the suggestion "scissor me timbers," I had a good idea of what I thought I'd see and I was right. What I love is the "used in a sentence" example after each definition.

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A phrase used in a south park episode where Mr. or Ms. Garrison explored being a lesbian. Garrison was in bed with another woman "scissoring" (in which two women inter-lock each others legs for sexual arrousal). it is at this time that Garrison becomes excited and says "Oh yeah scissor me timbers!!!".
Lesbian: "I haven't gotten a piece of ass in a while I really wish somebody would scissor me timbers."
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A variation of "shiver me timbers," a common pirating term, screamed by women during lesbian lovemaking. The term refers to their interlocking legs, which are often spread at an angle similar to open scissors.
"How does this double headed dildo feel, lesbian lover?"

"Scissor me timbers!"
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scissor me timbers
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referring to the sexual postion for lesbains"scissoring"
scissor me timbers we're scissoring!
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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Shelfari! Read, Share, Explore! is a social media site that is focused on books. Members can build virtual bookshelves, discover, rate and discuss books, and participate in online groups. I joined because I thought the widget would look cool on my blog. As you know, I technically don't read books since I have a Kindle but setting up your shelf is fun and I was surprised at how many books I have/have to read. You can join by clicking on the "GET YOUR OWN SHELF."

1984Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical HormonesHot, Flat, and CrowdedIn Defense of FoodWorld War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie WarUnder the DomeOfficial Book Club SelectionSelected Essays of Gore VidalThe One Minute Manager Anniversary Ed: The World's Most Popular Management MethodFaggotsGHOST STORY

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009


I recently found this comic on is a subscription site, about $15 a year, so worth it. It has over 100 comic strips (most of the majors but not all)and numerous Editorial strips including John Sherffius which they email you each day. Another reason we don't need newspapers (kidding.)

One of the comics I discovered on GoComics is Lio. I completely enjoy this strip. Lio is not your ordinary kid (what comic kid is?). He has a fondness for science, bugs, monsters, championing the underdog, building robots and traps, is often bullied but never the victim and seems very happy in life. Lio reminds me of Calvin and Hobbs but unlike C&H, Lio never speaks. If a silent film were to be drawn in comic form, it would be Lio.

Here are several strips from 2006. I thinking this might become a weekly post.








This one's for Prospero and JA.



H3N8 Flu Is Truly One for the Dogs

H3N8 Flu Is Truly One for the Dogs

I read this story on another blog last night (sorry I can't find it), apparently there is a doggie flu going around called the N3H8. I clicked on the link to the article "H3N8 Flu Is Truly One for the Dog," and learned it was on FauxNews. As I read the article, I had a difficult time believing it and not thinking it was some sort of joke. First it was on FauxNews - if I can't believe their political news, why should I believe this? Sad but true comment on FauxNews. Second, H3N8? Really? so similar a name to the current flu crisis H1N1 formerly know as Swine Flu? I decided not to believe the article.

About an hour had passed and I hadn't stopped thinking about the doggie flu when it occurred to me, Google it. Duh! What I found was that (and this hurts) the FauxNews article was true. I think this Discover article is better written and more informative. I have two dogs (whose pics are still locked on my recently broken old laptop) who I worry about much more than myself. I could be dying and not go to the doctor but if one of them sneezes, I have the next available appointment at the vet (a bit of an exaggeration but not by much.)

Miss Truvy
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I could've used this in High School

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