DUMB OLD HOUSEWIVES: St. Thomas More, pray for us. skip to main | skip to sidebar St.
Can bring together in such perfect comedic/poignant harmony the history of ABBA and the downfall of Europe. In 1945, Europe was in ruins, America had won the war, and, if the Continentals weren’t exactly promising to love the Yanks forevermore, they knew that their fate was to be with them, and they couldn’t escape even if they wanted to. The US security umbrella and the Eurovision Song Contest both date back to the immediate post-war period.
So we might as well laugh. From the One.
Want: 1) Lizzie’s wit 2) Pemberley 3) Mr. Darcy Need: 1) Jane’s equanimity 2) Charlotte Lucas’s pragmatism 3) Aunt Gardiner’s maternal solicitude Have: 1) Lady Catherine’s sense of entitlement 2) Wickham’s bank account 3) Mr
Wait, don’t answer that. Desperate people (mostly women) pour billion$ into stupid –and sometimes dangerous– gimmicks every year
Our local paper doesn’t have a funnies section. It doesn’t need one, not when you have the Police Report. (Note to our American readers RCMP= Royal Canadian Mounted Police.) Yes, the Mounties, the guys who “always get their man” …but not always the car or the dog, as the case may be.)Also note: the names of the towns blocked out are not one town, but three, and none of them are the town where I live
DUMB OLD HOUSEWIVES: Tragedy and/or crime lead to increased regulation skip to main | skip to sidebar Tragedy and/or crime lead to increased regulation Except when they don’t. Matthew Archbold at CMR.
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Three words I never, ever thought I’d see/hear in the same phrase. Who knew those horn-helmeted dudes took time out from burning and pillaging to craft bracelets? I guess Brunehilde had to wear something girly once she took off her breastplates and kicked back at the end of the day
…as long as you remember to wind it (no batteries!) and don’t mind the jangling alarm. It belongs to my sister and she received it for a high school graduation gift (our parents couldn’t afford to buy us cars on such occasions, as I understand is the North American norm). Super cool and funky.