morgan moonlady mama musky you musky – let me cuddle up with your mysterious feathers, let me cry at your furry breast. morgan moonlady mama musky you musky – big mama you, bigger than life, bigger and softer and warmer than life, let me drink of your thick milk. morgan moonlady mama musky you musky… Continue reading time travel and the slothwoman
the other day someone said that i was a picky eater. this was after telling them that i can’t have any dairy products in the morning – it gives me bad cramps. i was hurt that i was called picky and defended myself by saying that it wasn’t that i was rejecting their food, or… Continue reading understanding expectations
what went through the mind of the cavewoman? that’s hard to answer because fossil records won’t tell us anything about it. the good people at the max planck institute had a stab at that question anyway. they felt that one of the things that our ancestors would have to know would be how to find… Continue reading probing the mind of the cavewoman
how can you best use a journal to help you with self-discovery and healing? one method that moves people forward is the self-parenting program developed by dr. john pollard. the idea is to write out dialogues between your inner child and your inner parent. it starts out with a few weeks of a very scripted… Continue reading journaling: a dialogue
the search to understand and perhaps even find a cure for obesity is going strong. four weeks ago, i reported on the obesity virus. while research on it is promising, it does not look like there is going to be a treatment for it any time soon. now something else has been found – boc5,… Continue reading obesity molecule
i just listened to an interview with charles norton, manager of the vice fund, a stock fund that invests in alcohol, tobacco, gambling and the defence industry. he pronounced the happy news that while people in the western world quit smoking left, right and centre, the tobacco industry is doing very well, thank you very… Continue reading the consequences of our actions
last month, six little babies were born here in vancouver. sextuplets. as is often the case in multiple births, they were premature. to keep some of them alive, blood transfusions were needed. and the parents are jehovah’s witness. their religion forbids blood transfusions. on the weekend, authorities decided to seize the children from their parents… Continue reading sextuplets in vancouver: can i understand the father?