Wednesday, June 08, 2005

feel your balls

check this out

almost as good as tom green.

thanks zombie (


Blogger W. S. Cross said...

Wonderful, I'll pass that on to all my friends, male or female.

BTW, like your site, and your bio reminds me a great deal of the protagonist of my novel, and the academic setting of your life rings as bell, too.

6/08/2005 9:52 AM  
Blogger Librarian Babe said...

I love the revised bio. I just picked up some clay tonight although I'm going to sculpt and not create pottery. I'm getting in touch with my art therapy (BA) background and going to work on an image that's been in my mind for over a week now... catharsis here I come...

How did graduation go? And will you be around July 4th weekend at all? Harry will be passing though and would love to meet you, tho we'll be away much of it in MA.

Hugs for the graduate! I could play Mrs. Robinson for you! ;-)

6/08/2005 9:09 PM  
Blogger Heath said...

I love her accent...I even checked after the video (okay, I was going to touch myself anyway, but the vid was a good excuse).

Okay...this has nothing to do with anything (except that I'm a huge fan and love your site and I just have to spread the Iowa-love even though I've recently converted to a Manhattanite)...but this was in the Des Moines Register today. And just so you know, 'Cumming' is a real town in Iowa. They even sell t-shirts that say 'I love Iowa'.

"Bridge hit on I-35; delays expected near Cumming"

June 8, 2005

The Iowa Department of Transportation has closed one lane of southbound traffic on Interstate 35 near Cumming and is advising motorists to seek alternate routes tonight.

A vehicle transporting equipment on I-35 south of Des Moines this afternoon struck the Cumming exit bridge at mile post 65.1, causing significant damage to the structure.

A single lane of traffic will be maintained through Wednesday evening, the DOT said.

The Warren County bridge, which serves County Road G-14, has been converted to one lane of traffic. Temporary traffic signals are being installed to maintain traffic over the bridge. The bridge will not be reopened to all lanes of traffic until it has been repaired.

Motorists are encouraged by the DOT to find an alternative route during the evening rush-hour period, if possible.

6/08/2005 9:32 PM  

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