The day after Groundhog Day
Just a couple of snippets before I'm off to do whatever it is I do on Saturdays. I don't care if the Punxster saw his shadow yesterday or not; it's bright and beautiful in the Bayou City today, though it's colder than a bear's ass, as a dear friend of the Rev's and mine likes to say.
Jesus loves platinum. Who knew?
I have just been informed about a new product that has been endorsed by several leading professional psychics, as well as Saint Germain and even Jesus Himself. What's really remarkable it that the product is approved by the FDA. Okay, I just made that up. The inside of the bottle is, however, "coated with FDA grade epoxy." How many other serums and elixirs and supplements can make that claim?
What's also remarkable is that taking this elixir can alter your aura. Just look at the
At only $40.00 for a four-ounce bottle, this is a real good deal for
The following phrases should be made illegal, on the grounds that I am sick of hearing and seeing them...
- "It's all good." NO, it's friggin' NOT all good, and saying it ad nauseam doesn't "make it so!"
- "Trust walk" (I was reminded of this grievously overused phrase once again when Christopher Locke sent me this link to a video clip of a LOHAS conference. BTW, the "trust walk" exercise itself is egregiously overused by New-Wage and corporate workshop leaders, the latter of whom seem to think it is some sort of "team building" exercise.)
- "Git 'er done!" (Okay, this one is generally not uttered by the same demographic that is so fond of the first two, but it is still intensely annoying.)
So stop it, all of you!
Okay, I'm off to have fun with the Rev.