Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Learning so much...

I'm so sorry I havn't updated this blog for so long; ive been feeding my facebook wall with updates completely neglecting those of you without fb. A couple months ago a strange yet beautiful ivy began to take over the compost corner of the yard, and now we have watermelons!!! Also, I still can't believe George Lucas says Yoda is "actually the illegitimate child of Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy the Jesus Fish is a vagina, Stephen Colbert is a Sunday School Teacher, you could fit the entire human race in the volume of a sugar cube, whenever you move your eyes quickly from one point to another, your perception of time stretches slightly backwards which is why the first moment you look at a clock, it seems to take longer than a second for the second hand to movePopes used to sit on a chair with a hole in the bottom called the sella stercoraria so a deacon could prod their genitalia from underneath to make sure of their manhood, there was a female Pope, the average color of the universe is this shade of beige, Germany outlawed circumcision (yay!),  nasa is investigating hidden portals In Earths Magnetic Field, the number of possible Go games has been estimated at 10^761, far more than the number of subatomic particles in the known universesperm has anti aging effects and in parts of Columbia boys and men are encouraged to have sex with donkeys.


StoryGirlD said...

My favorite: "Warning: Reflections in this mirror may be distorted by socially constructed ideas of beauty." LOVE THIS. It's beyond true in so many ways. Yesterday, I overheard an 11 year old girl say "Oh yeah, (insert name of friend here)! I love her, she's so cute!" I guess "cute" makes you more likable? Not nice, not intelligent, not friendly, outgoing, or talented. Cute.
Cute=Beautiful, popular
Not the cutest = ?
Sad, isn't it?
What are we teaching our elementary age girls about themselves as individuals?

Anonymous said...

the donkey video was from columbia not bolivia

May all beings be Free and in Love.

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