Thursday, November 3, 2011

Goose Bumps

The following story just makes me shake my head in anger:

Did the above story give you goose bumps:

If the first story didn't give men reading the blog goose bumps the follow X Rated story will. It is a shocking story so read at your own risk.

I suppose the good part of the above story is we no longer will being seeing those commercials for Cialis.

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Erma Bombeck authored yesterday quote. "The costume of women should be suited to her wants and necessities. It should conduce at once to her health, comfort, and usefulness; and, while it should not fail also to conduce to her personal adornment, it should make that end of secondary importance. " Was authored by a young woman born in 1818 and died in 1894. She was a temperance reformer who became interested in women's rights, and started the publication the Lily. In the Lily, she advocated for dress reform, and wore one of the new costumes herself: a bodice, short skirt, and trousers. Her name became associated with that costume. This is also a name you should remember from one of the Who Am I of the day a long time ago. If you know The Lily: A Ladies' Journal, devoted to Temperance and Literature then you can tell me who authored today's quote.


Pat said...

So weird about BofA foreclosing on a nonexistent house. And one for which they were still being paid. How stupid is that! I think his final comment in the story says it all:
"Bank of America is ruthless in their incompetency."

Kind of fun about the goosebumps. Who knew there were muscles at the base of each hair follicle? I think I'll withhold comment on the last story. I could certainly do with fewer Cialis commercials, though. Ditto for Extenze. At least apparently Cialis works. I'm sure Extenze does not.

Lady DR said...

I think the BoA story says a lot about why this country is in such sad shape - greed rules and money/profit is/are the golden calves. This type of action is not, I'm sure, restricted to BoA. Honest people, doing their best, are being victimized by the Big Money. While I can't say I agree with all that's going on with the Wall Street movement, I can more and more understand the impetus behind. People laugh at the idea of anarchy -- if we continue down the current path, is it really such an impossibility?

Interesting story on goosebumps and such.

Like Pat, I've no comment on the last story.

William J. said...

Hi Pat

I love the final comment in the story it is so sadly right on!

I certainly didn't know there were muscles at the base of each hair follicle. Well actually I didn't know what a follicle was.

I wish we could get rid of all personal product commercials, thought that since high school.


William J. said...


The BofA story does kind of give you an example why the country is in the shape we are in. It also, like you stated, gives you pause and a little understanding about the Occupy protests, which I think is the revolution of our time. And I do think anarchy is possible.

I never new anything about goosebumps until now.