Want to get married for free in Central Park next month?
If so, there is now The Pop Up Chapel! It’s an awesome alternative to City Hall for couples who want to get married for free on July 30, the first Saturday after marriage equality becomes law in New York. And it will also involve charity (a lot of things are happening very fast right now - the site will be much more detailed in the next few days - note that the location might change due to permit restrictions but will be awesome no matter what.) Go there if you want to: sign up to get married, volunteer, or become a sponsor.
As in the biting insect, also known as a “red bug” or a “no see ‘em.” (In my family we called them the latter. I may have even been told not to say “chigger.”) I’ve been wondering this for a while so I Googled it and what came up was funny except for the one racist person. (Isn’t that always the way?)
Another thing I just Googled: “Can you eat too many Listerine breath strips?” but nothing came up, until now. I guess I’m the guinea pig. I’ll keep you posted, Googlers.
"No. In fact, my daughter was a victim of a date rape, but after much prayer we decided that the life of that precious angel she was carrying was most important. We even found it in our heart to forgive Levi, but he was too wicked and we had to cast him out.”
It’s nice to see Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer getting work writing for Sarah Palin now that Big Love is over.
"Listen to me closely and just trust me on this: unless you have some very specific, legitimate dietary restriction, like an allergy, if your diet doesn’t let you eat fresh peaches or strawberries, you are probably on a stupid diet." - Preach it, Zulkey!
Right now on “The View,” they have a drug expert answering the ladies’ questions about the insane drugs that the kids are taking these days and instead of snickering I keep getting more and more concerned and thinking things like “We have to get these drugs out of these kids hands!” and “Where is the legislation?” and “I need to call my (teenage relative) and make sure s/he knows not to even try bath salts, not even once!” I’m totally on the same page with Hasselbeck on this subject! (I didn’t even laugh when Sherri asked “What about The Salvador?” meaning Salvia! Oh, Sherri.)
Nobody will ever replace Chauncey Billups as the basketball player whose name I’m most obsessed with, but lately I’ve enjoyed saying this classic Simpsons line out loud annoyingly during key and obvious points during playoff games: