It Is My Job To Exist As...

...a shining beacon of hope in the heartland


By: Juli Eklund

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Tuesday, 31-Jul-2007 07:44 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Continuing Series: Favorite SPAM Subject Lines

Interesting
Got SPAM? Post your favorite subject lines on your page, then give us a link so we can all share in the joy that is UCE!

...and yes, I am posting from work. And I don't give a crap who's looking over my shoulder...


Monday, 30-Jul-2007 17:11 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Who Knew?

Vaguely Phallic? You decide!
...that they just grew, right up out of the ground! So it's really true, we don't need men except for lawn care and vehicle maintenance...


Sunday, 29-Jul-2007 03:29 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Rainy Sunday Lovers

On a rainy Sunday morning...
...two lovers entwined...
...an endless embrace
Elmo + Struts = True Love

Note to Mom: You know that Struts came with the house, while Elmo came with us. And you know that except for Darwin, we only adopt black and whites. Anything else clashes with the decor. In fact, I may have to start dying Darwin...


Saturday, 28-Jul-2007 14:38 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Spotlight on Thieves: Raccoon

Paw prints
Scratch marks
Paw prints
Now that the trash receptacle is no longer taken up and down the long-ass driveway by a teenaged boy, I've decided there's no need to keep it at the top of the drive by the house. It's a simple matter to take the bags from the house to the can in my car on the way to work in the morning.

Of course now that the container is not under the direct supervision of the wild-life killing dogs, the 'coons have gotten brave. They've not yet breached the container, but as you can see from the scratch marks on the middle picture, they've a damn good idea of how close they are to entering raccoon nirvana...


Saturday, 14-Jul-2007 22:14 Email | Share | | Bookmark
New Game! Name That Caterpillar:

Coming
Visiting
Going
Can't find a google image that comes close. Plenty of woolly bears and yellow woolly's, but no yellow guys with black spikes. Do you know me?


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