17 June 2007

Who Knew?

"Late-stage Baby Boomer" or "early Gen-X"? It turns out my borderline cohort (I was born in 1963) has a name of its own: Generation Jones. "The birth years typically used in the U.S. are 1954-1965, but tend to vary slightly in other countries [U.K., Western Europe, Australia, New Zealand], usually starting no earlier than 1953, and ending no later than 1968."

Dirty Found: "We collect DIRTY FOUND stuff: pervy Polaroids, sleazy birthday cards, raunchy to-do lists, nasty poetry on napkins, illustrations--anything that gives a glimpse into someone else's sex life. It's just like our sister, FOUND Magazine, only sleazier."
Oddly, not as interesting as the blurb suggests.
Even more oddly, Ohio (Columbus and Cincinnatti) seems to be disproportionately represented on the "Dirty Finds" page...

Far more interesting is PassiveAggressiveNotes.com: "passive-aggressive notes from roommates, neighbors, coworkers and strangers"

Spot The Fake Smile
I got 18 out of 20 correct -- but only one really fooled me. The other I missed due to overconfident haste. That's my story and I'm sticking to it! :-)

Three Quotes to Ponder by R. D. Laing & Derrick Jensen

1 comment:

Steven LaRose said...

I only got 15 out of 20 right. But I'm sure I messed up the first three smiles by watching the wrong thing.