Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The Chattahoochee Review: I Don't Know What to Think About What People Will ...: I wanted to interview Blake Butler for a number of reasons, but in part due to his novel, There Is No Year , released last year from Harper ...
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Just happen to think of douchebags who say things like, "It wasn't my fault," when talking about their inordinate actions around women that they deem "asking for it" due to dress, or linguistics, or anything at all. And also thought "what the fuck" and "sometimes killing is okay," all in response to guy who walked into bar and said, "Hello, sweetheart" to bartender, and she was obviously offended but too timid to say so.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Personal Lubricant Gentle & safe water-based compare to K-Y Jelly enter registered trademark symbol, NET WT 2 OZ (57 g). This lubricating product works pretty well, I guess. It says to compare it to K-Y Jelly, but I've never used K-Y Jelly and I'm not really sure why or why not. I never really had much reason to use lubricants and so now all I can tell you is that the CVS Pharmacy Lubricating Jelly does its job. It is clear and slippery. Or, to be more accurate, it makes other things slippery. I'm not sure that a thing itself can be slippery; only other substances applied to things can make the latter thing slippery. But the slippery-inducing substance itself cannot be slippery, or can it? Feel like this is kind of like where did god come from? The CVS Pharmacy Lubricating Jelly is cold to the touch, but that does not seem to produce adverse effects. The car was not bothered by this fact.