Sieze the Toast

\”I\” before \”E\” except after \”C\” and when sounding for \”A\” as in \”neighbor\” and \”weigh.\” So where does that leave us?

An open letter to Bra October 20, 2006

Dear Bra,

Let me start by saying how much I appreciate all that you’ve done for me over the years. You have supported me through good times and bad. You stuck with me day and night after the biopsy. Even on my worst days, you were always there to lift me up. For this and more, I owe you a debt of gratitude that I can only begin to express.

I am afraid, Bra, that recent events have changed my opinion of you. More to the point, I fear that you have changed from the friend I once knew, to something terribly crass and opportunistic.

I am speaking of the comments that you have left on my blog.

Author : Bra (IP: 200.88.223.98 , tdev223-98.codetel.net.do)

E-mail : nobra@yahoo.com

URL : http://www.blog-gratuit.com/nobra/

Whois : http://ws.arin.net/cgi-bin/whois.pl?queryinput=200.88.223.98

Comment:

My site http://www.blog-gratuit.com/nobra/ no bra

no bra no bra

Why, Bra? Why would you suddenly spam my blog with self-hating drivel and links that instantly redirect to advertising? Are you on drugs?

Author : bra (IP: 24.131.54.35 , c-24-131-54-35.hsd1.ga.comcast.net)

E-mail : bra43@yahoo.com

URL : http://openbra.podomatic.com/

Whois : http://ws.arin.net/cgi-bin/whois.pl?queryinput=24.131.54.35

Comment:

My site http://openbra.podomatic.com/ open bra

open bra open bra

Oh Bra, if you could only comprehend the pain that this change has caused me! It’s worse than that time you lost control of your underwire and stabbed me in the ribs.

Please know that my words, though harsh, are meant only to alert you to the danger in which you have placed yourself, and perhaps save the relationship that you and I have cultivated. I only hope that you will turn back from your whoring ways and be my friend again. I really don’t want to switch to a corset.

Don’t leave me hanging.

Regards,

Naomi

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Things that you can do with pointed sticks October 7, 2006

  1. Using a combination of memory, a chart from a previous project, and pure improvisation, knit an iPod cover that opens from the side.
    iPod cover
  2. Starting with somebody else’s pattern and finishing with your own design, knit a double-sided scarf. (Yes, that is the same green yarn.)
    Ivy Scarf
  3. Poke your kid brother when he’s not expecting it.
  4. Pose for the NaNoWriMo logo.
    badge