As they said on "Daria," it's a sick, sad world.
Thursday, May 30, 2002 10:42 am
Tuesday, May 28, 2002 5:27 pm
OK, so I've been gone awhile. Like the blurb says, I have a life, and significant parts of it don't involve computers. Thus, I'm a little late passing on this gem from The Washington Post. Lots of people claim they live in the armpit of America; the Post, as a public service, has decided to try to find out who is telling the truth.
Wednesday, May 15, 2002 2:51 pm
OK, it's official: In Sue Ellen Wooldridge, deputy chief of staff to Interior Secretary Gale Norton, we offically have the loopiest administration official — of either party — since James Watt.This is a woman who claims, apparently in all seriousness, that when she was growing up on a farm north of Sacramento, she occasionally had to castrate lambs with her teeth.
OK, first of all, has this woman never heard of a pocketknife? Also: Ew.
She says the lamb testicles got battered up and fried, much like "mountain oysters" (that'd be fried cattle testicles in the West or fried hog testicles here in North Carolina, for the uninitiated). But I prefer not to eat food that, however briefly, has already been in someone else's mouth. I'm funny that way, I guess.