The Daily F Bomb, Saturday 1/12

by: Floja Roja

Sat Jan 12, 2013 at 09:52:17 AM EST



Happy Saturday, bomberinos!  There is some interesting stuff to talk about lately. Governor Moonbeam balances the budget? You know the Republicans will say he has two sets of books! One more Republican politician comes out with stupid sexist crap. Obama's administration answers a few petitions...

Should Obama's face be on Mt. Rushmore? Should Reagan's? Should they have carved up a perfectly fine mountain in the first place to build a hubristic monument to humans? Would Teddy have approved? Does wine cause ovulation? If not, what does it cause? Do you engage in deficit spending? Do you have a personal debt ceiling? Can I borrow $10,000 buck until next payday? (Note: That would be someone else's payday, not mine.)  Who is hotter, Legolas or Aragorn? Eowyn, Arwen, or Galadriel? Quick, what song is stuck in your head right now?

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Now for the history lesson:

Floja Roja :: The Daily F Bomb, Saturday 1/12
On This Day

In 1915, the Rocky Mountain National Park was created by an act of U.S. Congress.

In 1932, Hattie W. Caraway, a Democrat from Arkansas, became the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate. Rumors of seediness were unfounded.

In 1948, the Supreme Court ruled that states could not discriminate against law-school applicants because of race. What do you want to bet that if this came up again today, Clarence Thomas would vote the other way?

In 1959,  Berry Gordy Jr. founded Motown Records (originally Tamla Records) in Detroit. He later abandoned Motor City for Hollywood (sellout!).

In 1971, the sitcom "All in the Family" premiered on CBS.

In 1998, Linda Tripp provided Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's office with taped conversations between herself and former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

In 2000, the Supreme Court gave police broad authority to stop and question people who run at the sight of an officer.

In 2010, a catastrophic earthquake in Haiti killed an estimated 316,000 and destroyed most of the of the capital city of Port-au-Prince.

Born on This Day

1591 - José Ribera, or Jusepe de Ribera, Spanish painter, nicknamed  Lo Spagnoletto (d. 1652)

 Christopher realized he was delirious when a baby holding a bowling ball appeared on his shoulder.

1599 - Adriaen van Utrecht, Flemish painter (d. 1652)

 This cat was the very definition of 'Bad Influence'

1628 - Charles Perrault, French folklorist who collected and re-wrote old folk tales (and he was, in turn, borrowed from by the Brothers Grimm). (d. 1703)

1737 - John Hancock, signature guy (d. 1793)

1849 - Jean Béraud, French painter (d. 1935)

 It will be over soon, the fat lady is about to sing.

1856 - John Singer Sargent, American artist who worked in Europe most of his career. (d. 1925)

 It turns out that getting full custody of the kids is only half the battle.

1876 - Jack London, American author (d. 1916)

1882 - Milton Sills, American actor (d. 1930)

 It turns out it WAS a gun in his pocket.

1884 - Texas Guinan, American personality - she started in Vaudeville, then acted in silent films,  then owned a famous speakeasy. (d. 1933)

 A big hand for the little lady !

1904 - Fred McDowell, American blues musician (d. 1972)

1910 - Patsy Kelly, American actress (d. 1981)

Virginia was eager to show Patsy her new planking idea.

1910 - Luise Rainer, the German actress who won back-to-back Best Actress Oscars in 1936 and 1937 for The Great Ziegfeld and The Good Earth, respectively.

The screening process was actually pretty easy.

1917 - Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Indian spiritualist (d. 2008)

1923 - Ira Hayes, American serviceman (d. 1955)

1930 - Glenn Yarborough, American singer (The Limeliters)

1937 - Marie Dubois, French actress

She replaced the tobacco with pot; for health reasons, of course.

1937 - Shirley Eaton, British actress

Don't you think she and the Tin Man would be a cute couple?

1941 - Long John Baldry, British blues singer (d. 2005)

1944 - Joe Frazier, American boxer (d. 2011)

1945 - Maggie Bell, Scottish singer (Stone the Crows)

1946 - George Duke, American musician

1946 - Cynthia Robinson, American musician (Sly & the Family Stone)

1948 - Anthony Andrews, English actor

1949 - Wayne Wang, Hong Kong-born American director

1950 - Sheila Jackson Lee, American politician

1951 - Rush Limbaugh, rabidly wrong headed right-wing radio personality and author.

1952 - Walter Mosley, American author

1954 - Howard Stern, American radio personality and author

1964 - Jeff Bezos, American entrepreneur (Amazon.com)

1965 - Rob Zombie, American musician and director (White Zombie)

1970 - Zack de la Rocha, American musician (Rage Against the Machine)

1987 - Naya Rivera, American actress and singer (Glee)

Died on This Day

1665 - Pierre de Fermat, French mathematician and lawyer (b. 1601)

1705 - Luca Giordano, Italian artist (b. 1634)

He hasn't even looked up since his copy of 'Memory of Light' arrived.

1899 - Hiram Walker, American distiller (b. 1816)

1956 - Norman Kerry, American actor (b. 1894)

It is a little-known fact that Norman had a hair band back in the 20s.

1976 - Agatha Christie, English writer (b. 1890)

2002 - Cyrus Vance, 57th U.S. Secretary of State (b. 1917)

2007 - Alice Coltrane, American jazz musician (b. 1937)

Today is

National Plum Pudding Day
Curried Chicken Day
National Pharmacists Day
Feast of Fabulous Wild Men Day
Work Harder Day
Stick to Your New Year's Resolution Day
 

Poll
Best movie musical evah?
Carefree
Gold Diggers of 1933
Meet Me in St. Louis
Wizard of Oz
Singin' in the Rain
High Society
South Pacific
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Camelot
The Band Wagon
My Fair Lady
An American in Paris
Gigi
Chicago
One of the many I left out (in the comments, plz)

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Good morning! (2.00 / 16)
OK, not yet. One thing still needed.

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One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne


One shot of espresso later (2.00 / 10)
Much better now!

My favorite ANYTHING (book, movie, song) totally depends on my present mood. Right now I am totally in a Silk Stockings mood. Or Meet Me in St. Louis. Good choices for a sunny Saturday morning.

My present earworm is "Tangled Up in Blue."

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne


[ Parent ]
you need a separate poll for (2.00 / 7)
choreography in a musical. Singin' in the Rain, Seven Brides, American in Paris, all faaaaabulous. (Gene Kelly, Michael Kidd, Gene Kelly)

Even if the voices aren't real, they have some pretty good ideas. -- Anonymous

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I decided that was an essential component (2.00 / 7)
Some musicals might have better singing numbers, but nobody beats Singing in the Rain when you consider both singing and dancing.  Throw in the comedy writing and it's the clear winner.  

I KAHNT stand him
I KYAYNT stand him!


[ Parent ]
I agree. (2.00 / 7)
There is not one wasted moment in that film.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Kelly's choreography in movie musicals (2.00 / 2)
was much better than Astaire's, which was essentially Arthur Murray ballroom dancing, although done with great elan.

But Kelly's was always a bit too real, too muscular to be as airbrushed as Hollywood wanted its leading men at the time. And now, for that matter.

Even if the voices aren't real, they have some pretty good ideas. -- Anonymous


[ Parent ]
Interesting that you mention Rocky Mountain NP (2.00 / 12)
and refer to the Obama on Rushmore thing. I have no idea how the notion got started, but heard a remarkably idiotic discussion about in Rev Al's show. He pretty much dissed TR as an insignificant figure. Surprising in itself - Al really should know better, and pmsnbc irregular and TR biographer Douglas Brinkley is presumably on tap to straighten him out on the subject of TR's significance to, oh let's start with conservation and the national parks. Obama could take a page from TR's national monument designations - yes, he has the power just like TR did if he would just wake up and use it - like the one for the Grand Canyon, Jan 11 as a matter of fact - which later led to its current status. It is the same story for what is now Olympic NP, which TR gave monument status in 1909. These would not exist were it not for TR.

Deal or No Deal? Obama on Rushmore and Reagan on the platinum coin.


Without TR (2.00 / 15)
all those National Parks would be filled with condos of the rich and famous OR oil rigs and other nasty things. TR was very important.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Of course Obama knows all this. (2.00 / 10)
His Osawatomie speech was not a random coincidence. Surprisingly, the WH site posts TR's "New Nationalism" Osawatomie speech side by side so to speak with Obama's, and what a pile of milquetoast Obama's is in the comparison.

[ Parent ]
and I believe Mount Rushmore, (2.00 / 8)
as we call it, is a sacred place to Native Americans, who were not best pleased by its desecration with large stoneheads.

Even if the voices aren't real, they have some pretty good ideas. -- Anonymous

[ Parent ]
Happy Birthday Long John! (2.00 / 11)
I saw him at a Blues Fest in WA when we were living in the Skagit Valley. Great performer, always been a favorite.

That's some very silly imagery with the above video, but my favorite has always been Black Girl.



John Askren - "Never get into a pissing match with a skunk."


answers (1.91 / 11)
Should Obama's face be on Mt. Rushmore? Not really, I don't want birds pooping on him.

Should Reagan's? Hell yeah, for reason stated above.

Should they have carved up a perfectly fine mountain in the first place to build a hubristic monument to humans? No.

Would Teddy have approved? No

Does wine cause ovulation? EEK!

If not, what does it cause? Smiles, embarrassing dancing, and loose lips.

Do you engage in deficit spending? I live it.

Do you have a personal debt ceiling? It's more of a sky roof.

Can I borrow $10,000 buck until next payday? Sure, just visit your local credit union.

(Note: That would be someone else's payday, not mine.) Clever girl!

Who is hotter, Legolas or Aragorn? Eowyn, Arwen, or Galadriel? Legolas, Arwen.

Quick, what song is stuck in your head right now? Pumped Up Kicks, Foster the People because I heard it this morning and it got stuck.

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Gotta meh you for Legolas. (2.00 / 7)
I have about worn out the first disc of LOTR from about :55 to 1:05.  Aragorn via candlelight ... yeah.

"When Fascism comes to America, it will come wrapped in teh stupid and waving a gun" ~ Esteev on Wonkette

[ Parent ]
Wait, what?? (2.00 / 7)
I didn't say it was an easy decision, however the facts that he lives forever and better personal hygiene tipped the scale. Blame FR she made us pick just one!!!



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Oddly enough (2.00 / 7)
Aragorn (to me) looks better when he's grungy.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Though (2.00 / 6)
the living forever part is kind of useless if you're a human with designs on him...

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Ach No! (2.00 / 6)
I'm a firm believer in personal hygiene.  It makes everyone more attractive.

[ Parent ]
I do like him better with the long (2.00 / 6)
stringy hair, but but then I get to thinking WHY it is stringy and WHY he is glistening.  

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i just know I'd like to help him be sweaty. (2.00 / 6)
When he asks, "You frightened?" my reply is, "Frightened isn't the word I'd use."

Although I did notice Legolas has a thing when he tilts his head to shoot an arrow.

"When Fascism comes to America, it will come wrapped in teh stupid and waving a gun" ~ Esteev on Wonkette


[ Parent ]
LOL! (2.00 / 3)
Sounds like you have this well thought out.

The head tilt is nice, to be sure.

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This was a fun start to a Sunday morning (2.00 / 3)
but where's Legolas' awesome slide down the Mastodon-thingy? I love that. When we watch the DVD I make the fam rewind that bit at least two or three times. And Gimli's "It still only counts as one!" Love the two of them.

And yeah, Aragorn is more attractive as Ranger guy than King guy, imo. But he probably smells awful. You know Legolas has some magical elvish smells good thing going on.

Fell asleep to The Return of the King last night with boyo. Maybe will watch DVD 2 today.

Maybe not. Going to see Promised Land at noon.

Have a great day y'all!


[ Parent ]
I imagine Legolas smelling like (2.00 / 3)
a combination of nilla wafers and patchouli.  

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I have to add that (2.00 / 6)
Orlando Bloom in jeggings is never meh!!

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[ Parent ]
And now I have learned something new for today (2.00 / 7)

Jeggings are leggings that are styled to look like tight denim jeans.


[ Parent ]
That have fake front pockets. (2.00 / 7)
Learned that the hard way.

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[ Parent ]
Cargo pants FTW (2.00 / 7)
Did you know you can put an entire beer bottle or can in each side pocket?  I did.

[ Parent ]
Well then remind me (2.00 / 7)
to remind you the next time we hang out to wear your cargo pants. One for me, one for you. Except I really don't like beer, remember. How about a hard cider, that will fit too. Yay! I love having a friend that wears cargo pants!

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Even water bottles will fit (2.00 / 7)
If you are so inclined.  And then you can still bike in them and as long as you aren't too wobbly on the bike, you won't get stopped for DUI.

Or so I've heard.  I would never be drunk in public.  That would be unheard of.


[ Parent ]
Yeah, right. (2.00 / 3)


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[ Parent ]
where do you find cargo pants? (2.00 / 4)
I need them for work so I'm constantly on the lookout but they're impossible to find.

[ Parent ]
Why didn't you ask me (2.00 / 3)
where I found my jeggings???

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[ Parent ]
Old Navy has them (2.00 / 3)
I just bought a pair there a couple weeks ago.

No matter where you go, there you are...

Buckaroo Banzai


[ Parent ]
I got mine at REI (2.00 / 1)
They are convertible (the legs zip off to make shorts).  I know, I know, it's a fashion faux pas, but they are great for traveling since I don't have to pack both pants and shorts.

Did you try Sierra Trading Post?  It would be my on-line source for stuff like that.


[ Parent ]
answers: Graded (2.00 / 7)
Ach!  I can't be bothered to do any grading today.  You pass.

I will say that while carving up mountains may not have been the best thing to do, it was a pretty fucking amazing engineering feat, and taking the long term view, in a million years or so, the mountain will be crumbled to dust anyhow, so it's all moot.  

I'm in a long term frame of mind today.  That may have to do with the amount of beer I've consumed.


[ Parent ]
Excellent! (2.00 / 7)
I agree it is an amazing feat, can't take that away. Gotta love engineers, ammirite??

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URRITE!!! (2.00 / 7)
Engineers rule!  Even civil engineers who work on stuff that (supposedly) never moves and what's the fun in that, hmmm?  Civil engineering only moves when they do something wrong.  And the results are usually, shall we say, less than optimal.

[ Parent ]
Woo hoo! (2.00 / 7)
I am right twice today so far!! Also, I think tipsy engineers are the absolute BESTEST!



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[ Parent ]
Who told you I was tipsy? (2.00 / 7)
Was it my brother  ?  Or maybe my good friend Sam?

[ Parent ]
heh (2.00 / 7)
It was Mr. Adams, of course.

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[ Parent ]
That blabbermouth (2.00 / 7)
Can't trust him!

[ Parent ]
THose buddhas (2.00 / 7)
in Afghanistan that the Taliban blew up were even more amazing because of what tools they had to work with. But still, yes, amazing engineering.

Now think what they could do with Half Dome! (kidding)

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne


[ Parent ]
Also, (2.00 / 11)
can you please tell me where this is happening? kthxbai!

Feast of Fabulous Wild Men Day


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Judging by the word "Fabulous" (2.00 / 9)
I assume this is a gay event. Have you asked Matt? ;-)

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Damn. (2.00 / 9)
That's so unfair! Yeah I'll ask, hopefully he'll pop in today. He could at least take pictures for me.

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[ Parent ]
Sarah Jarosz "Song Up In Her Head" (2.00 / 10)

Your words made me go find the song....'morning Floja. I'm finally starting to wake up....been a slow process this morning.

Love is the lasting legacy of our lives


best musical? Paint You Wagon. (2.00 / 11)
Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin singing?  gitouttahere!

I don't want to (2.00 / 9)
gitouttahere! I just got here!

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[ Parent ]
"best"???? (2.00 / 6)
I do not think this word means what you think it does!

[ Parent ]
HAHAHA!!! (0.00 / 0)


Words have meaning. Our words will reflect what is in our souls.


[ Parent ]
Most of the theatre folks I know (and I know a lot of them) (2.00 / 4)
call that movie musical Paint The Truck. We feel it's a more appropriate name for that movie.

No matter where you go, there you are...

Buckaroo Banzai


[ Parent ]
The number for the day is 44. (2.00 / 8)
It was 44 years ago today that Joe Willie Namath led the New York Jets, 18 point underdogs, to victory in Super Bowl III over the Baltimore Colts.   Namath had, a few days before, flabbergasted the media by "guaranteeing" victory.    The Jets victory, the first by an AFL franchise, stopped a movement among NFL owners to scuttle the merger with the AFL, thus setting the stage for the modern NFL.

I am for the individual over government, government over big business and the environment over all. -- William O. Douglas

Sorry, I'm a Sharks gal (2.00 / 7)
Sworn enemy of the Jets!

[ Parent ]
I guess I spoke too soon. (2.00 / 7)
The jets are strafing my house again.  I'm sorry!  I apologize for my apostasy!  I repent!  Don't start the bombing runs!

[ Parent ]
That'll (2.00 / 7)
learn ya.

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you mention in your calendar (2.00 / 8)
1923 - Ira Hayes, American serviceman (d. 1955). For those who may not know/remember, he was one of the six American servicemen in the famous photo of flag-raising on Mount Suribachi during the battle for Iwo Jima in Feburary 1945.

Post-war life was not kind to him, and he died very young. Today, we'd likely say he suffered from untreated PTSD.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I...

Even if the voices aren't real, they have some pretty good ideas. -- Anonymous


The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (2.00 / 7)
(Les Parapluies de Cherbourg)

Oh yeah (2.00 / 7)
Leave it to the French to take a genre which was pretty much built around the Happy Ending (boy gets girl and they live happily ever after) and turn it on its ear.   I don't care who is in it or how well they perform, like I told my masseur last Tuesday: NO HAPPY ENDING NO TIP!!!!

[ Parent ]
more answers (2.00 / 6)
Should Obama's face be on Mt. Rushmore? No
Should Reagan's? No
Should they have carved up a perfectly fine mountain in the first place to build a hubristic monument to humans? NO (which explains above answers)
Would Teddy have approved? I don't want to speak for him, but I imagine not
Does wine cause ovulation? ummm, what?
If not, what does it cause? a numb spot on the tip of my nose
Do you engage in deficit spending? Yep.
Do you have a personal debt ceiling? I'll let you know when I hit it.
Can I borrow $10,000 buck until next payday? Sure. (Note: That would be someone else's payday, not mine.)  
Who is hotter, Legolas or Aragorn? Depends. Am I in the mood for pretty blond with great aim or brooding brunette with aura of power?
Eowyn, Arwen, or Galadriel? Eowyn.
Quick, what song is stuck in your head right now? I don't know it's name, or even it's words, but the melody and snatches of syllables keep repeating through my head, courtesy of son.

Is it (2.00 / 6)
"wheels on the Bus"?  ;)

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[ Parent ]
Heh. (2.00 / 5)


One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
actually, (2.00 / 2)
I asked him. It was "The Weight of Lies" by the Avett Brothers.

[ Parent ]
NO NO NO!!! (2.00 / 1)
I had FINALLY, after 5 years of EMDR therapy, gotten rid of that earworm. And now ... back.

::: weeps uncontrollably :::

Words have meaning. Our words will reflect what is in our souls.


[ Parent ]
Hi Kini! (2.00 / 6)
Nice to see you here!

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
It is, (2.00 / 5)
isn't it!

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[ Parent ]
Great to be here! (2.00 / 3)
Vastly prefer purple to orange. Will try to recruit more of the crew...

[ Parent ]
Please do. (2.00 / 3)
Go purple!

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[ Parent ]
Or is it my own little version? (2.00 / 8)
The feet in the pedals go round and round ...

That reminds me (2.00 / 8)
should I get a small exercise bike? You know I hate exercising, and I can only bike part of the year here and I can't go for walks because too many people try to stop me to talk. I figure I can start West Wing on Netfix and only watch it while biking so it develops into a habit. I need to do something, these jeggings only stretch so far!!

Anyone? Thoughts? Pros? Cons?

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[ Parent ]
Personally... (2.00 / 8)
I prefer the elliptical or the rowing machine for indoor exercise. Minute for minute....I feel like I get a better workout.

We have all Kettler products...thanks to having a friend who is a dealer (a Kettler dealer!)...so we do also have a nice exercise bike (ergoracer gt), but, neither of us use it that often. We both use the elliptical, while, admittedly, she does not share my enthusiasm for the rowing machine.

Luckily we live in a fairly temperate zone so I can usually blade or run (my preferred forms of exercise), and we have all summer to surf. I always prefer to exercise outdoors when able.

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I had to look that up (2.00 / 3)
to be sure that I knew what it was. That definitely looks like it would be better overall, I'll need to see if I can get one that fits my criteria. I need something inexpensive that can fold and be put away because I need to do it by a TV (especially at first) but don't want to look at it.  I wish I could get all my exercise outside, when this house was new I was constantly digging garden beds and hauling dirt and plants as well as taking the kids for walks and the bike rides. Now I pretty much ran out of space to make new beds, and the kids want to hang with their friends.  Too bad I am afraid of human interaction, I could get out my roller skates - now that's a good workout!

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OMG (2.00 / 8)
I had this image of you biking around the neighborhood with a handlebar mounted dvd player and it was ... scary.  

OK, now that I know you mean stationary bike, I'd say sure.  If West Wing will motivate you enough, that should be worth trying.

Look on Craigslist (or local ads).  Exercise equipment is one of those things that lots and lots of people buy new and then never really use, so cheap used stuff can be great.


[ Parent ]
lol! (2.00 / 3)
I will check the ads, but I also have a Sears and Amazon gift card I can put towards one. I am such a creature of habit (I like how that sounds better than OCD) that I know if I can just do it for a few weeks I will be set, and starting a series that I have wanted to watch for ever should do the trick. By the time I get into the habit, it should start getting warmer here and I can take Emma for walks. Of course I will probably drive somewhere to do that, but you gotta do what you gotta do!

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[ Parent ]
You need something that gets upper body, too (2.00 / 5)
or you'll be one of those old ladies with the triceps that sway back and forth when you move your arms!

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Ew! (2.00 / 3)
No way, not me!

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[ Parent ]
West Wing as exercise motivation (2.00 / 3)
works for me. Downton Abbey did, too.

Pick your exercise machine of choice. They all suck, so you might as well choose one that burns the most calories for the effort, or fits your space best, or is the most likely one you'll actually use.


[ Parent ]
Will read when I can view hovers. (2.00 / 3)
What kind of tag is "ossum"?

Words have meaning. Our words will reflect what is in our souls.


Awesome! n/t (2.00 / 3)


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[ Parent ]
Is that how the kool kids talk? (2.00 / 3)
(Must learn to talk like kool kids)

Words have meaning. Our words will reflect what is in our souls.


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probs (2.00 / 3)


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