I would like to extend my thanks to the individual who invented rumble strips. They're quite effective.
Okay, apparently I'm just an idiot, but what does it mean when somone says they are having "come to Jesus" talks with their boyfriend? I *think* it means they are trying to save the relationship, but this would be a dangerous time to make an assumption based on vague language.
As an afterthought, I don't get how all those 70s, feminist lesbians managed to do the "let's be friends" things with their ex-girlfriends. I find it incredibly disconcerting to listen to *my* ex-girlfriend talk about *her* (ex?) boyfriend.
Ouch. Harry doesn't pull any punches. I knew there was a reason I liked that man. It may be an "unfortunate...characterization," but the basic message is the right one: quit sleeping with the enemy.
In other, completely unrelated news, Yay, yay, yay!
Thursday, October 17, 7:00-9:00 pm, Rawles Hall 100
"MORAL AND PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE BOMBING OF IRAQ"
Professor Salih Altoma, "A Brief History of American-Iraqi Relations"
Kabhim Shaaban, "Report from the Inside of Iraq"
Cynthia Hoffman, "The Children of Iraq"
Deena El Saffar, "Reflections of an Iraqi American"
Professor Salih Atoma is an IU Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Near Eastern
Kabhim Shaaban is an IU graduate and former instructor, and now a
Cynthia Hoffman, has been long active in humanitarian work for the
Deena El Saffar is an Iraqi-American and member of the well-known
Bloomington-based band, "Salaam"
Sponsored by the Progressive Faculty Coalition
Things that will amuse only me:
I'm wearing the shirt I wore when we went out with Fran for the first time in New Orleans.
I didn't cut my hand open on my skate blade this morning.
Just because I'm congested, it doesn't mean I have a cold.
Although I blithely wandered into poison ivy on August 30, I still wake up every night furiously itching the contact spots.