Deb Townsend (katnip)

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It's NOT a Convention

ps, my regular shows are Brothers and Sisters (a soapy family drama), 24, House, and the best most decadent soapy of all--The Riches!

April 19, 2007 at 3:04 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

The Dev. . . er. . .video. . .um, DEPRESSION Made Him Do It!!

Having been a member of the Happy Pill Brigade myself, and having made repeated trips to crazytown, I echo Misty's sentiments when I say that I dont want that sh*&stick representing me, my illness or my similarly diagnosed brethren. Goofy bastard couldnt write, period. If I was an English major with talent lacking as he had, I could see some suicidal tendecies for sure, especially after every time I turned in some of that uninspired, unoriginal monkey giz he called a one act play, of course I have now insulted simians everywhere. He was a mean bully who never got past his "exception to the rule" maturity issues that we all got past in oh, 5th grade. Good riddance to the goatdick, I dont want us spending any more time trying to decide how we could've helped him, nor do I want us to start de-arming aliens at the border, arming students at enrollment or marginalizing the mentally ill. His problem goes beyond wonky brain chemistry. There are just some f*ckwhits out there and now we are one shorter, its just too bad that his idea of dying like Jesus was to take a bunch of unsuspecting folk out with him. I've never read an account of Jesus where he chained lectue halls closed and took pictures of himself with a goofy hammer and ran around on the biggest narcissitic pity party known to man. Of course I just read the NIV edition, I could be missing out.

April 19, 2007 at 3:01 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

It's NOT a Convention

I will out myself by expressing my envy over both your trip and your pictures. I actually discuss ATWT with two other prominent Wichitans that DVR it asI do, and while I wont out them, I will tell you that we've all three watched it for at least a decade or in my case two, and we refer to it as "Jack" instead of ATWT because of our shared Michael Park issue. There, I have said it, I am out of the shadows and there is no shame. My cosmic strangeness is evened out, my husband tells me, by my nonfeminine freakish passion for all things NFL. Have a great time and take some great pics that we can share privately by email, out of the glares and jibes of everyone else!

April 18, 2007 at 4:38 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Huggins put KSU hoops back on the map

Williams, Huggins, now Turgeon, but he'd be an idiot not to go to A&M. At least he's not abandoning a dynasty, not that Huggins was either, that's a hat RoyBoy gets to wear himself!

April 9, 2007 at 1:04 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

My humps, my humps, my soulful tear-stained humps

That was splendid! Happy belated, Joel!

April 3, 2007 at 4:49 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Random thoughts

This is the scenario in our house EACH morning: Cat crawls in bed and meows and nudges at about 5:30. Having not roused either of us to an acceptable level of wakefulness, he decides to sweetly put his paw on my cheek. If there is no response, he flexes the claws, if there is no response to that (I have learned to sleep through it evidently), he just flexes his claws and takes a swipe at my nose. This obviously needs to be remedied before the baby arrives!

March 29, 2007 at 2:11 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Can't Stand Losing Him

saw him play with Scroat Belly and SLR several times, he was truly a terrific musician and a great man.

February 23, 2007 at 11:36 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Most Typical February Entry Evar

Thanks so much!!

February 16, 2007 at 3:31 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

A moment

Being the 6ft amazon goddess that I was in the younger years (and that I am no longer), it was usually assumed that I was some sort of athletic wonderchild--notsomuch. I think that the physical promise of athletic prowess without the ability to actually deliver is incredibly humiliating. I played bastketball (not that well, btw) until I moved to Hillsboro and then just ran track in the spring to keep me out of having to spend any significant time at home. I was basically used as a BDC in basketball, or big dumb center--whose purpose was to either stand under the basket with my spaghetti arms up in the air waiting for a pass, or intimidate and taunt every other shorty on the court and rough foul strategic players. It was not uncommon for me to foul out each and every game. I never scored over 12 points, I was truly just the enforcer, plus I was lousy on a fast break--it took forever to get any momentum down the court as I was all elbows and knees so usually I would get about halfway down and wait for a basket or a steal. Suffice it to say, I was a coach's disappointment.

February 16, 2007 at 3:21 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Most Typical February Entry Evar

After having gone from skinny mini to jumbo jet in my adult life, I find dieting a necessary evil. I had started pretty much the same plan until I found out that I'm pregnant. I switched from green tea to black decaf tea, eat right out of the American Diabetic Assoc. guide and try to walk on my treadmill as much as possible. I have an OB that is pretty confident that I can deliver under my pre-pregnancy weight with no adverse side affects to the kid and end up healthier than I started off, which is most assuredly a very good thing! I found the size nine jeans from the freshman year of college last week, and while that's not a goal any longer, I aim for a 12 ( I am 6ft and have NFL genetics governing muscle and skeletal size--think German women's field hockey). I am still waiting for the pregnancy titty fairy that everyone talks about to show up!

February 10, 2007 at 3:46 p.m. ( | suggest removal )