I just showed my dog Lucca this video of an adorable pup quite literally salivating as he sits in front of a bowl of food, waiting for permission to eat. Lucca watched the vid all the way through, shook her little pin head and trotted away, mutt
ering (heh) under her breath, “Idiot.” I’m not sure if she was talking to the French bulldog or me, because I don’t have nearly as much control over her. Probably both of us, actually. [Buzzfeed
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…for all her blessings. I’m not sure which I’m more transfixed by — her incredibly visible and perky chi-chis in this photo or that amazing before/after GIF that I posted on Friday… Keep reading »
Sometimes we nip into the prosecco a bit early on Fridays and don’t get around to our usual tasks. But fear not! I’ve complied a Today’s Lady News: Weekend Edition to get you through the weekend.
- The landlord of Wichita, Kansas, abortion provider Dr. Mila Means is suing to prevent her from performing abortions in the space Means leases. [Washington Post]
- The WiFi on the British Columbia ferry service, BC Ferries, blocks access to web sites about sex education and abortion, in addition to pornography and hate sites (which seems a tad more reasonable to block on public transit). [Vancouver Sun]
- A bill requiring abortion providers to offer patients ultrasound images of their fetuses before terminating a pregnancy has passed the health and human services committee of Arizona’s state House of Representatives. [KPHO]
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In the Chinese calendar, 2010 was the year of the Tiger. If you’re feeling a little tuckered out after these past 12 months, that’s natural. It was quite a torrid affair—full of tumultuous mood swings, lots of hard work and over-the-top passionate adventures.
Yeah, we know. Phew.
We survived the drama, and even enjoyed it to a certain extent, but it’s time to move on to a calmer year and animal. Enter 2011. Come February 3, it’s the year of the Rabbit. Need a little schooling on what that means? Let’s take a look. Keep reading »
Shockingly, one man discovered that Starbucks’ incredibly huge Trenta cup could fit an entire bottle of wine — with room for milk, even! See this “experiment” in action, after the jump… [via Cockeyed] Keep reading »