Fomenting A Rebellion

“If particular care and attention is not paid to the ladies, we are determined to foment a rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any laws in which we have no voice or representation.” ::Abigail Adams

Ah, Tuesday. July 22, 2008

Filed under: for fun,random — ldgafford @ 8:42 am

 

That’s What She Said. July 21, 2008

Filed under: feminism,social issues,women's rights — ldgafford @ 4:23 pm

So you remember Hulk Hogan? If you’re of my generation, of course you do. For some unknown reason, he was an integral part of my generation’s childhood. But I digress. So did you know that Hulk Hogan has a daughter named Brooke who’s trying to be famous? Well, he does. And she’s just managed to set women back 100 years.

“You know what? I am actually not that much into voting. I think it’s kinda crazy that a woman is running, because I think that women deal with a lot of emotions and menopause and PMS and stuff. Like, I’m so moody all the time, I know I couldn’t be able to run a country, ‘cause I’d be crying one day and yelling at people the next day, ya know?”

Awesome, Brooke Hogan. Did you even graduate from high school? Is there ever a time that you do not look like a man trying to imitate a woman? Are you SERIOUS?!

Maybe it would be better if people like her didn’t vote, anyway. Just sayin’.

 

Reason #786 Life Is Not Fair July 17, 2008

Filed under: for fun,random — ldgafford @ 6:06 pm

See: Helen Mirren in a bikini.

The woman is 63 years old. In my wildest dreams I will never look that good in a bikini. Kudos, Helen Mirren. Kudos.

 

100 Things About Me (91-100) July 15, 2008

Filed under: for fun,random — ldgafford @ 9:18 pm

I know, I know. It’s been MONTHS since I posted the last ten of these, and I’m sure anyone who was interested is now … well, not. But I might as well finish what I started, so to my loyal three readers, here we go!

91. I wrote a paper my senior year of high school about the bironic heroes of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, and have been in love with both books ever since.
92. I graduated with my M.A. in Church-State Studies on May 17, 2008. Wahoo!!
93. I start my first real “grown-up” job on July 28th. I’m slightly terrified to no longer be in school.
94. The most listened to song on my iTunes playlist is Ryan Adams’ cover of “Wonderwall.”
95. I already have some of the chapter titles for my autobiography. You’ll have to buy it to find out what they are.
96. I won a reading award in kindergarten. It pretty much set the tone for the rest of my life.
97. To make my friends feel better when they’re down in the dumps, I buy trashy 99 cent Harlequin novels from Goodwill and read aloud from the best parts. And by best I mean the absolute raunchiest parts. It’s never failed to bring a smile to anyone’s face.
98. I still like coloring books.
99. My toenails are rarely painted any other color except for red.
100. One day, I’m going to change the world.

So there you have it. I promise I’ll do better to write more posts on this neglected blog. At least, I’ll try. Goodbye for now, dear readers!