Monthly Archives: November 2010

Seth Teter: A victim of society

Despite our attempts to capture economies-of-scale savings by producing copious amounts of offspring, it looks like the Teter household may not be able to afford daycare for two kids plus hard and soft costs associated with two parents driving to … Continue reading

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it’s happening already

At least the state doesn’t have just enough drugs left to kill you. At least you didn’t want a glass of water at the wrong time. The company that (unwittingly?) manufactures the drug is Hospira, where my father worked before … Continue reading

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on writing and the death penalty

This morning as we walked into church, Our Rebecca (she is a great many things to us, so she is Ours) shared a hand-out of something titled ‘stewardship,’ so I prepared myself emotionally and physically to get a much-needed dose of Christian guilt … Continue reading

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Are those my jeans???? Did you TAKE MY JEANS!??

I’ll post pictures soon, but just so you know, they found four heart chambers, two arms, two legs, a nice spine, an impressively symmetrical face and MORE LADYPARTS! ALWAYS WITH THE LADY PARTS. My first thought: Well, good. We’re kind … Continue reading

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This blog isn’t going to just promote itself.

Now you can Reddit, Shareit, Tweetit, Postit, Loveit, Likeit, Beit. Because Ben Marrison’s blog posts can only get you so much traffic, people. (Still working on a platform for Gruntz and its companion piece, Spreshins.)

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Molly protests baby exploitation at pumpkin patches

I know it’s the stupidest thing evar, but I’ve always been very excited about taking my child to a pumpkin patch. It’s sort of a required photo op–like the one at the hospital of you and your hubby kissing over … Continue reading

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