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Lazy blogging
2009-09-07 16:23:00
Just for the past few posts, I’m going to send you to my other blog. I’ll be on air tonight, Wed night and another post about Sir JJ is up.
Lazy Links
2009-08-28 16:48:00
Lazy Links Tangled Up in Powder Blue creeps on Scott Richmond’s brother having a catch. The Blue Jay Hunter finds out what Kevin Millar has been doing with all his free time, since he isn’t playing and all. The newest tumbleblog, Retro Jays Fans brings you old school Jays pictures. The Tao of Stieb  makes the case for the ...
Table Tap: For The Lazy Drinker, Self-Serve Bars Are At It Again!
2009-08-06 12:00:00
We've seen Minibar, a self-serve drinking establishment that gives patrons access to their own mini bar, so they never have to worry about waiting around for a server to bring them their next drink. But that business model came with one fatal flaw; in order to get their next drink, bar patrons needed to get up in move. So now there's a new style of drinking establishment more in tune with the lazy drinker.
Lazy Pete
2009-06-24 04:10:00
Lazy Pete, lazy Pete, Get up! Get up! Do you not see that the day Is waiting for you? Come and enjoy The sun and the grass. Why are you sitting there still? It's time to take a walk, Go play a fun game, Run with the wind. Lazy Pete, lazy Pete, Are you okay?  
Wizardress wrote a new blog post: Lazy Sunday
2009-03-01 16:11:00
Wizardress wrote a new blog post: Lazy Sunday In spite of the cold, dreary weather, I still find myself spending more time away from the computer than usual, and finding difficulties in striking some sort of balance in extactly how to keep up with all the online activities that I enjoy- blogging being one of those main activities. I won't even start ...
Judas wrote a new blog post: Lazy days~
2009-02-24 09:33:00
Judas wrote a new blog post: Lazy days~ Lately I've been in a really lazy mood. I can't understand why. It's like when school started... or maybe even before that?... I, all of a sudden, decided I wasn't going to do anything anymore. I shirk homework and stuff I need to do for work, hiding from it by burying my mind in the ...
Lazy Portfolios Built with ETFs
2008-12-31 16:32:00
Original Post on The Sun's Financial Diary Lazy Portfolios Built with ETFs Original Post on The Sun's Financial Diary Lazy Portfolios Built with ETFs Are you familiar with the idea of Lazy Portfolios? I first read about Lazy Portfolios a few years on MarketWatch and since then have been following them. The idea of Lazy Portfolios is to use low-cost, index mutual funds to build well-diversified portfolios so that you ...
The Lazy Bloggers Guide to Quality Content & Social Media Success
2008-11-07 00:30:00
I’ve been blogging for the last three years now and one of the most important things I’ve learnt is readers don’t have the time (or attention span) to read through long detailed posts. Concise, attractive looking posts grab the attention of readers and performs far more effectively almost every time. I figured this out the hard ...
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Denis Leary Says Autistic Kids are Stupid and Lazy, Says Autism is Misdiagn
2008-10-16 23:50:00
Denis Leary's ignorant statement about autism causes major uproar."There is a huge boom in autism right now because inattentive mothers and competitive dads want an explanation for why their dumb-ass kids can't compete academically, so they throw money into the happy laps of shrinks . . . to get back diagnoses that help explain away the deficiencies of their junior morons. I don't give a [bleep] what these crackerjack whack jobs tell you - yer kid is NOT autistic. He's just stupid. Or lazy. Or both."I posted this quote simply to remind myself that this is the world I live in. Some people are extremely ignorant and comfortable and proud of their close-minded, insensitive views.As offensive as Denis' statement is, I'm glad that he made it because it proves how little many people know about Autism. One of my mom's BFFs' daughter has autism. She, too, got the disease from a vaccination shot. I love her so much. She goes crazy when she sees me, playing with my hair, giving me non...
Photo Hunt 131: Lazy
2008-10-11 06:51:00
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PhotoHunt #030: Lazy
2008-10-11 04:28:00
In 2006, I was assigned to the coastal town of Kep and the whole family - me, my husband, and our dog Max - relocated. We stayed in a guesthouse on a hill with a sweeping view of the Bokor mountain and the Gulf of Thailand. Almost every day, after lunchtime, we all retreated to our hammocks on the mini-patio and spent the lazy afternoon enjoying the view. The breath-taking view and the refreshing sea breeze lulled us all to sleep, Max included.
Lazy Parenting....Smart Parenting???
2008-09-24 22:23:00
Sweetie really loves to play games on the computer. At pbskids.org, nickjr.com, and peepandthebigwideworld.com, to name just a few. She knows how to get to these sites, how to navigate around the pages and games, how to read directions, and she is altogether quite self sufficient in her quest for on-line games and educational activities. Even deftly mastering the right-handed mouse when she's a tried and true lefty. Pretty impressive, huh?(Now, now... don't get all uppity on me. Either myself or Hubby is always in the room with her whenever she's on the computer, she only knows how to get to her sites, she knows to click on only the sites meant for her, and she is very good about asking to go on the computer in the first place, then getting off-line when told to do so).But, as self sufficient as she is, there are time (many of them, actually) when Sweetie will come upon a game that she doesn't quite understand how to play. Or that requires school-aged knowledge she's not yet ha...
Lazy Daisy
2008-09-24 16:04:00
So had planned to actually blog something intellectual today, but it's just not gonna happen. Sometimes the trials of a mother turn everything else in your brain into mush. This is one of those weeks. Here's your funny political picture for the day with hopes that my brain will be engaged next week.See the rest at www.AnAmericanFrontPorch.com
A Lazy Man?s Guide to Blogging
2008-09-23 15:40:00
When it comes to blogging, I’m a bit lazy. You have to admit. Blogging sure does take a lot of work, doesn’t it? Well, not anymore… Recently, I signed up for a powerful new (free) service. It’s awesome! If you use blogs as part of your traffic generating strategy (and you should), you are going to love this. No ...
One Lazy-boy
2008-09-19 20:43:00
It does not have to be the easy chair for this dog to take it easy…but it always helps! Photo By: Finn  Email This Image To A FriendAdd this image to Myspace or YOUR page:
So Lazy..
2008-09-16 18:22:00
I know my blog is dying hope to revive it soon...but thanks to all who keeps dropping in to support! Cheers!
Lazy loading vs. pre-loading beans with Spring Framework
2008-09-09 14:16:00
Spring framework can instantiate and bind (called loading) related Java objects (called beans) according to a given configuration. An XML file can easily be used to define these bindings. Spring framework supports two different types of loading methods; lazy loading and pre-loading respectively managed by BeanFactory and ApplicationContext containers. Lazy LoadingA bean is loaded only when an instance of that Java class is requested by any other method or a class. org.springframework.beans.facto-ry.BeanFactory (and subclasses) container loads beans lazily. Following code snippet demonstrate lazy loading, concentrate on how "beans.xml" spring configuration file is loaded by BeanFactory container class.BeanFactory factory = new XmlBeanFactory( new InputStreamResource( new FileInputStream("beans.xml-"))); // 1Employee emp = (Employee) factory.getBean("employeeB-ean"); // 2Even though "beans.xml" configur...
Lazy loading vs. pre-loading beans with Spring Framework
2008-09-09 14:16:00
Spring framework can instantiate and bind (called loading) related Java objects (called beans) according to a given configuration. An XML file can easily be used to define these bindings. Spring framework supports two different types of loading methods; lazy loading and pre-loading respectively managed by BeanFactory and ApplicationContext containers. Lazy LoadingA bean is loaded only when an instance of that Java class is requested by any other method or a class. org.springframework.beans.facto-ry.BeanFactory (and subclasses) container loads beans lazily. Following code snippet demonstrate lazy loading, concentrate on how "beans.xml" spring configuration file is loaded by BeanFactory container class.BeanFactory factory = new XmlBeanFactory( new InputStreamResource( new FileInputStream("beans.xml-"))); // 1Employee emp = (Employee) factory.getBean("employeeB-ean"); // 2Even though "beans.xml" configur...
Lazy loading vs. pre-loading beans with Spring Framework
2008-09-09 14:16:00
Spring framework can instantiate and bind (called loading) related Java objects (called beans) according to a given configuration. An XML file can easily be used to define these bindings. Spring framework supports two different types of loading methods; lazy loading and pre-loading respectively managed by BeanFactory and ApplicationContext containers. Lazy LoadingA bean is loaded only when an instance of that Java class is requested by any other method or a class. org.springframework.beans.facto-ry.BeanFactory (and subclasses) container loads beans lazily. Following code snippet demonstrate lazy loading, concentrate on how "beans.xml" spring configuration file is loaded by BeanFactory container class.BeanFactory factory = new XmlBeanFactory( new InputStreamResource( new FileInputStream("beans.xml-"))); // 1Employee emp = (Employee) factory.getBean("employeeB-ean"); // 2Even though "beans.xml" configur...
Lazy loading vs. pre-loading beans with Spring Framework
2008-09-09 14:16:00
Spring framework can instantiate and bind (called loading) related Java objects (called beans) according to a given configuration. An XML file can easily be used to define these bindings. Spring framework supports two different types of loading methods; lazy loading and pre-loading respectively managed by BeanFactory and ApplicationContext containers. Lazy LoadingA bean is loaded only when an instance of that Java class is requested by any other method or a class. org.springframework.beans.facto-ry.BeanFactory (and subclasses) container loads beans lazily. Following code snippet demonstrate lazy loading, concentrate on how "beans.xml" spring configuration file is loaded by BeanFactory container class.BeanFactory factory = new XmlBeanFactory( new InputStreamResource( new FileInputStream("beans.xml-"))); // 1Employee emp = (Employee) factory.getBean("employeeB-ean"); // 2Even though "beans.xml" configur...
Lazy loading vs. pre-loading beans with Spring Framework
2008-09-09 14:16:00
Spring framework can instantiate and bind (called loading) related Java objects (called beans) according to a given configuration. An XML file can easily be used to define these bindings. Spring framework supports two different types of loading methods; lazy loading and pre-loading respectively managed by BeanFactory and ApplicationContext containers. Lazy LoadingA bean is loaded only when an instance of that Java class is requested by any other method or a class. org.springframework.beans.facto-ry.BeanFactory (and subclasses) container loads beans lazily. Following code snippet demonstrate lazy loading, concentrate on how "beans.xml" spring configuration file is loaded by BeanFactory container class.BeanFactory factory = new XmlBeanFactory( new InputStreamResource( new FileInputStream("beans.xml-"))); // 1Employee emp = (Employee) factory.getBean("employeeB-ean"); // 2Even though "beans.xml" configur...
On That Lazy Afternoon....
2008-06-10 16:50:00
A hidden water fountainBig beautiful porches on Meeting StreetA beautiful house, a nice sculpture and wonderful cypress trees in this pretty garden, also on Meeting StreetThis are some details from my recent walk in Down Town,seen on King Street
Lazy, hazy day on the Canal
2008-06-09 00:23:00
The paper callled for a high the low 90’s today, but it only reached a mere 87,   Hiked several miles on the Erie Canal Towpath, a/k/a  the Canal.   I was struck of distinct lack of dogs, too hot for Fido.   Saw an assortment of hikers and bicylists.   However nobody, myself included, seemed in a hurry.   Just a lazy, hazy day on the Canal. Hat tip photo: History Rochester. � BitsBlog Tags: Just for fun, BitsBlog Related posts No related posts.
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Michelle Williams' Lazy Sunday
2008-06-08 10:01:00
Michelle Williams takes a leisurely walk through New York City on Sunday with her daughter Matilda, 2 1/2. At the Australians in Film 2008 Breakthrough Awards in Beverly Hills this past Thursday, director Gregor Jordan announced the formation of a Heath Ledger scholarship fund to help struggling Australian actors. Each year, one young actor from...
Lazy Friday poll ~ your bespoke perfume
2008-06-06 21:22:00
Things I did not do this week: I did not finish the second part of Things I wish I'd known as a newbie perfumista. Nor did I finish the follow-up post to Perfumista tip: on lists of fragrance notes, why they matter & why they don't. I did, however, watch most of the first season of Flight of the Conchords (any fans?), and I made serious headway in clearing out untried perfume samples. So the week was not totally wasted. Still, here we are on Friday with nothing to post, again, so I'm taking a suggestion from reader Santemon for a poll topic: describe the custom fragrance of your dreams, and name the perfumer you'd choose to have develop it for you. I've already mentioned one of my dream perfumes. It's a "very green jasmine, bright and sparkling and just a bit indolic, over masses of dusty incense and a tiny dollop of dark woods". I am really torn on the perfumer choice, but after much thought I've decided on Daphne Bugey. Note: image of bearded iris, Two-tones (cro...
Motorized Spray Bottle - Have We Really Become This Lazy?
2008-06-06 18:33:00
From OhGizmo!: There's been countless inventions over the years that have made our lives easier, but at some point we have to draw the line. And I think a motorized spray bottle is as good a place as any to start. This 48oz model from Cepia can be filled with any liquid whether it
?I am too lazy to make films?:Javed Akhtar
2008-06-03 18:23:00
The lyricist talks about his life, films and son Farhan?s new film TWF correspondent Sreya Basu caught up with the man behind immortal Hindi song lyrics during his visit to Kolkata for Indian Idol 4 auditions These days we are seeing a lot of you as reality show judge. What?s in judging that interests you? read more
Lazy Rock! - Wordless Wednesday
2008-06-03 17:49:00
Lazy Looking Rock!Rock with shadows in SunlightWordless WednesdayThis photo taken with the Fujifilm S9600 digital camera. Submit Photos to Shutterstock and make $$$! Other blogs: WOWebbs blogs
Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days Of Summer
2008-06-03 16:25:00
This one comes by way of a Friday Five post from Scott at Nachfolge and Hot Cup Lutheran. I know it isn?t Friday, but it does feel like summer outside. 1) What first tells you that Summer is here? The first 90 degree afternoon in May usually signals to us that summertime is upon us. Between late May ...
The Lazy Days of Summer Don't Exist Anymore
2008-06-03 13:15:00
I'm back! Toasty warm in dry clothes and the storm has diminished to the pitter patter of rain with a lightening bolt and thunder sprinkled in to give it effect. Coffeehusband and I can't believe that we were just at the beach in April... it feels like it was last year and our entire family was in agreement just two weeks after returning from South Carolina we were ready to go back. With our
My Lazy Sunday
2008-06-02 06:33:00
I had the worst insomnia ever today. Couldn’t sleep to save my life! After talking to Gina until 3ish in the morning, I was wide awake until 7am!! Just when I was about to fall asleep, I was woken by the lawnmower. It was Fu mowing my lawn so I got up to go check ...
By: Honey Pig
davidonline: Hmmm lazy Sunday. Will be going home soon.
2008-06-01 10:28:00
davidonline: Hmmm lazy Sunday. Will be going home soon.
A Lazy Afternoon?
2008-05-28 23:02:00
…wherein my granddaughter asks me to open a box of candy band-aids: Granddaughter: “Bee-Pa, would you open this for me, please?” Me: “Now you know your mommy said you couldn’t have any more candy…” Granddaughter: “But they’re not candy, Bee-Pa.” Me: “They’re not? What are they?” Granddaughter: “They’re band-aids; you put them on your arm ...
Shwayze's <i>Lazy Days</i> Inspired By Malibu Party-Hopping Wit
2008-05-27 11:31:00
Radio hit, Warped Tour gig and reality-TV show poise trailer-park-raised songwriter for breakout.By Chris Harris Cisco Adler and Shwayze Photo: MTV News From afar, Malibu, California, seems like a mystical place, a sun-splashed, paparazzi-cluttered playground for the rich and famous. And while Malibu is just that for some, real people live there too — hardworking Americans who are just trying to keep the lights on and food on the table. For much of his life, Aaron Smith, the self-professed "only black kid in Malibu" who goes by the stage name Shwayze, has been the latter, hailing from the city's Point Dume Club mobile-home park, where he lived with his grandparents. But these days he's crashing on Cisco Adler's couch, and while he doesn't have his own Wikipedia page yet, all of that may soon change for backpack hip-hopper Shwayze. With a single ("Buzzin' ") that's generating radio spins nationwide, a video that's something of a rotation staple for "TRL," a st...
Because I'm a lazy shit
2008-05-26 20:40:00
A 75 year old man was admitted to hospital with SOB, severe fatigue, muscle weakness and swollen ankles. At night he says he requires four pillows and often wakes due to shortness of breath. His history revealed that for several years he has experienced episodes of chest pain and shortness of breath on exertion. On examination he was noted to have slight cyanosis, distension of neck veins, tachypnoea (20/min), tachycardia (110BPM), ankle oedema and rales at the lung bases bilaterally. His BP was 115/80. The chest x-ray examination showed an enlarged heart and diffuse density at both lung bases. An ECG showed normal sinus rhythm. Treatment included bed rest and administration of digitoxin and a diuretic.******************Once- again, if anyone can help explain this scenario it would be of great help. I think I understand it on the most part, being that it's heart failure. We've done right-heart failure before, so am I right in assuming this is left-sided?
Solution: Dry Shampoos For Those Too Lazy To Wash Their Hair
2008-05-21 00:00:00
I can't really believe I'm admitting this, but I can get somewhat lazy when it comes to washing my hair everyday. I'm wearing it short these days, which as bob ?MORE...
lazy blogger me
2008-05-20 16:19:00
wakey - work - mil place - dinner - fetch them - home - blog - sleep - nite shift...
Too Lazy to Think Up a Title
2008-05-16 20:26:00
2008 winner, Laziest Homeless Guy in Atlanta award: the guy who sat on a curb and yelled "hey! man! Give me some money" across half a parking lot today. As someone who's rather lazy himself, I applaud his commitment to energy conservation, but it didn't pay off here since I'm also too lazy to walk across a parking lot.I haven't exactly been Captain Fun Super Blogger lately -- work is a killer and when I'm not working I'm tied up with various project-type things that don't make for good blogging. And then when I'm not doing those I'm staying up til 4 a.m. drinking Maudite (which is apparently Quebec-language for either "skull-cleaver" or "don't drink four of these right in a row, merde-head") and, seriously, playing Worldwide Soccer Manager, which is about as addictive as heroin and about as productive (though since FC Brno are now Czech first division champions thanks to my leadership, maybe all the naysayers will back off). I saw my friend Sherri yesterday, and she gently...
Lazy Thursday poll ~ is it a good year for fragrance, so far?
2008-05-16 01:28:00
I thought 2006 was a great year for niche fragrance, maybe not so wonderful for mainstream perfumes. In 2007, the pendulum swung: I thought it was a fabulous year for mainstream fragrances; the niche showings were perhaps not so interesting. This year is not even half over so perhaps it is too early to start kvetching, but other than a few isolated bright spots, it seems like a dull year all around. I was looking this morning at the (considerable) list of fragrances we're expecting to launch between now and the end of the year, and there are really only a few I'm excited about. What do you think? Good, bad, indifferent? And are there any upcoming launches you are really excited about? Note: image via the forums at Images de Parfums.
Some people are downright lazy
2008-05-12 23:20:00
ILLEGAL HANDICAPPED PARKING PLAGUES SC, OFFICIALS DO NOTHING I’ve always said that doctors hand out handicapped parking placards like Michael Jackson hands out candy at his Neverland Ranch, and the Charleston Post and Courier has finally decided to back me up here. According to their Watchdog Report, “a growing number of hospital workers, downtown merchants and others are using parking placards for the handicapped to cheat the city out of thousands of dollars in parking meter revenue. Worse, these scammers are taking spaces that could be used by people with real disabilities, a Post and Courier Watchdog investigation found.” According to me, “I told you so.” Doctors sign off on placard applications for vague disabilities, such as “high stress.” Young people use their older relatives’ placards on shopping trips downtown, or in one case, for a prime spot next to a West Ashley fitness center. Motorists with blue or red placards for the d...
Very Funny Lounging Lazy Cat Photo
2008-05-11 10:21:00
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Lazy Friday poll ~ you read, you buy?
2008-05-10 02:52:00
Back in March, I asked how many of you thought the then-upcoming book Perfumes: The Guide would impact your fragrance spending. About half of you were worried about your wallets. Today's question is a bit broader: I'd like to know about the last perfume you bought unsniffed based on a review you read anywhere. If you're up for a confession, tell us the name of the fragrance, where you read the review, and how the purchase worked out for you. My last unsniffed purchase was Hermès Un Jardin après la Mousson, but that wasn't based on a review, in fact, if I had waited to read the reviews, I doubt I would have bought it. Patience is a virtue, but it is not a virtue I possess. The last fragrance I bought unsniffed that "counts" for today's poll was Lalique's Encre Noire. I got sucked in by this lovely review at Bois de Jasmin, and do note that it only took 3 sentences to convince me that I needed a bottle. It worked out beautifully; in fact, it worked out considerably better than t...
The Lazy Man?s Way To Real Estate Investing
2008-05-09 19:16:00
American investors can thank an Australian investment vehicle for letting them invest in real estate the lazy way. Officially born in 1971 in the land down under it was, and still is, known as the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). When I was a stock broker, some of my clients fell in love with this income producing product because they quite often paid higher yields than stocks or bonds. They also were and still are highly liquid. The REITs with sound properties in their portfolio not only paid like clockwork but paid well. The same holds true today even though the market has been whacked around a bit. I am not advocating anyone or everyone become a REIT investor. While I still like them, I prefer to slog around neighborhoods looking at potential inventory and doing the attendant research. My son on the other hand is the true lazy American. He will let someone else do the work for him. REITs are perfect for him. For those who may not be familiar with real estate investment trust...
The Lazy Domainer - Make Money with Domains. $47.00.
2008-05-09 10:14:00
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lazy landscaping with moss
2008-05-08 19:21:00
David Benner is an advocate of what he calls ?the moss approach? to lawn maintenance. Moss Makes a No-Care Lawn at NYT Moss Acres Sticks and Stones Farm Photo: Jane Therese for NYT © Justin for materialicious, 2008. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us digg Want more on these topics ? Browse the archive of posts filed under All, ...
Weekend Tips / A Lazy ?Worst Of? Compilation
2008-05-08 12:38:00
Saying goodbye to the football season is very much like giving birth to a ginger child: after nine months of optimism, hope and anguish, you?re left with a genuine feeling of disappointment.The final day is often emotional. Who could forget Arsenal pipping Liverpool to the title in 1989? Well sadly, my old man. In fact, if you see a small befuddled pensioner roaming the streets, you?ll be better off avoiding football trivia altogether; senility is no picnic.I?m absolutely devastated that I have to work on Sunday as the drama unfolds. The gaffer has offered me double time and a day in lieu though, which I?m reasonably happy with; but it hasn?t gone down too well with Louise. Lou hasn?t been this upset since Liverpool were beaten by Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final. Liverpool supporters are like Paul McCartney on his wedding night; they?re struggling to get over a disappointing second leg.Steven ?more dives than Glasgow? Gerrard will hope to inspire his team-mates to a ...
Gardening Tips for the Lazy Gardener
2008-05-05 23:27:00
Lets face it, we all love to watch and admire a colorful flower garden or tend are vegetables till they are plump and ripe ready for the picking. But tending a flower or vegetable garden can be a lot of back breaking work. Watering and mulching, fertilizing and weeding can turn the most hardworking person into wornout gardener. Gardening for the lazy gardener does not mean the....
Lazy Friday poll ~ your ?out of character? perfume loves
2008-05-02 22:23:00
My bottle of Hermès Un Jardin après la Mousson arrived yesterday and I am still puzzling over it. I will review it on Monday; meanwhile, check out Victoria's review at Bois de Jasmin. Also coming up soon: reviews of Baby Phat Fabulosity, the new Diptyque Colognes, Givenchy Vetyver, Cuir de Lancôme and Parfums de Nicolaï Eau Turquoise. For anyone who is keeping track, Mousson makes my sixth (!) bottle purchase of the year, and the first I bought unsniffed. Perfumista rule no. 4, as we all know, says "Thou shalt not buy unsniffed", but Robin's corollary to perfumista rule no. 4 says "unless the perfume is by Jean Claude Ellena". For anyone keeping track, I also bought 3 bottles in the first quarter, and then I bought a bottle of the sadly discontinued Donna Karan Black Cashmere, and then I caved on Jo Malone Dark Amber & Ginger Lily. Given that today is only May 2nd, it is hard to see how I'm not going to exceed last year's total intake of 7 bottles. Enough blather, on to the ...
Lazy day…
2008-05-01 11:27:00
Duffy - Mercy
The Lazy Environmentalist Prepares The Jump To Sundance
2008-04-30 22:36:00
We were more than a little bummed when we found out that Josh Dorfman and his Lazy Environmentalist radio show was leaving the air as part of the LIME Sirius satellite radio network. Josh’s show gave voice and exposure to thousands of individuals, companies, and organizations attempting to make a difference for the planet. Of course, ...
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