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This is in Northern California. My cat Snape snuck in there, like he does. [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by feste on June 12, 2014 9:07 AM

This is in Northern California. My cat Snape snuck in there, like he does. [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Anitanola on June 12, 2014 1:15 AM

Yeah, it was cute, but I wanted more doggy retributive violence. Like, Game-of-Thrones-direwolf-style attacking. [more]
MeFi comment favorited by Jacqueline on July 8, 2013 12:02 PM

Ah, the familiar rage when you get to the section where it's revealed that half the population is effectively subhuman and outside the scope of the author's view. There is one thing more expressive than a Kyrgyz yurt. And that is a Kyrgyz... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by ostro on January 22, 2013 1:52 PM

Ah, the familiar rage when you get to the section where it's revealed that half the population is effectively subhuman and outside the scope of the author's view. There is one thing more expressive than a Kyrgyz yurt. And that is a Kyrgyz... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by permiechickie on January 22, 2013 11:14 AM

Ah, the familiar rage when you get to the section where it's revealed that half the population is effectively subhuman and outside the scope of the author's view. There is one thing more expressive than a Kyrgyz yurt. And that is a Kyrgyz... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by swerve on January 22, 2013 10:41 AM

Ah, the familiar rage when you get to the section where it's revealed that half the population is effectively subhuman and outside the scope of the author's view. There is one thing more expressive than a Kyrgyz yurt. And that is a Kyrgyz... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by PigAlien on January 22, 2013 9:22 AM

As someone who has long identified as a libertarian but is now more of the bleeding-heart mold per googly's link, here are some questions you might ask and avenues you might pursue: - What is the end of "freedom and personal liberty"?... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by johnasdf on November 13, 2012 1:53 PM

As someone who has long identified as a libertarian but is now more of the bleeding-heart mold per googly's link, here are some questions you might ask and avenues you might pursue: - What is the end of "freedom and personal liberty"?... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by St. Sorryass on November 13, 2012 12:58 AM

As someone who has long identified as a libertarian but is now more of the bleeding-heart mold per googly's link, here are some questions you might ask and avenues you might pursue: - What is the end of "freedom and personal liberty"?... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by The World Famous on November 12, 2012 3:00 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by amanda on September 11, 2012 8:25 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by rebeccabeagle on September 8, 2012 3:02 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by velvet winter on September 7, 2012 1:48 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by hot soup girl on September 6, 2012 4:34 PM

Kill it with fire tea tree oil? [more]
MeFi comment favorited by jamjam on September 6, 2012 3:17 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by mimi on September 6, 2012 10:21 AM

Kill it with fire tea tree oil? [more]
MeFi comment favorited by spacewaitress on September 6, 2012 10:01 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by slow graffiti on September 6, 2012 9:49 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by axon on September 6, 2012 3:22 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by junques on September 5, 2012 8:14 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by bitter-girl.com on September 5, 2012 8:09 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by bakerina on September 5, 2012 7:14 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by Jubal Kessler on September 5, 2012 5:29 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by weeyin on September 5, 2012 4:50 PM

Kill it with fire tea tree oil? [more]
MeFi comment favorited by ghostbikes on September 5, 2012 4:42 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by tychotesla on September 5, 2012 4:00 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by peacheater on September 5, 2012 2:49 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by PCup on September 5, 2012 2:43 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by soleiluna on September 5, 2012 12:27 PM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by fraula on September 5, 2012 11:05 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by DulcineaX on September 5, 2012 10:40 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by sibboleth on September 5, 2012 10:24 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by jondunc on September 5, 2012 10:08 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by FirstMateKate on September 5, 2012 9:29 AM

The tactile creativity element is key, at least for me. In occupations where no tangible evidence of your work generally exists, the concrete evidence of accomplishment that comes with cooking, cultivating food, knitting, or even home decorating is a... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by showbiz_liz on September 5, 2012 9:25 AM

It sounds awful, but: Crocs. They make little Mary Janes and ballet flats out of the same "Croslite" material as the hideous standard clogs. They are the only thing that have never, ever given me a blister when going sockless.... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by caryatid on July 25, 2012 6:18 PM

It sounds awful, but: Crocs. They make little Mary Janes and ballet flats out of the same "Croslite" material as the hideous standard clogs. They are the only thing that have never, ever given me a blister when going sockless.... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by lakeroon on July 25, 2012 3:29 AM

It sounds awful, but: Crocs. They make little Mary Janes and ballet flats out of the same "Croslite" material as the hideous standard clogs. They are the only thing that have never, ever given me a blister when going sockless.... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Iteki on July 25, 2012 2:49 AM

It sounds awful, but: Crocs. They make little Mary Janes and ballet flats out of the same "Croslite" material as the hideous standard clogs. They are the only thing that have never, ever given me a blister when going sockless.... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Lynsey on July 24, 2012 11:38 PM

It sounds awful, but: Crocs. They make little Mary Janes and ballet flats out of the same "Croslite" material as the hideous standard clogs. They are the only thing that have never, ever given me a blister when going sockless.... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by FirstMateKate on July 24, 2012 9:31 PM

It sounds awful, but: Crocs. They make little Mary Janes and ballet flats out of the same "Croslite" material as the hideous standard clogs. They are the only thing that have never, ever given me a blister when going sockless.... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by hot soup girl on July 24, 2012 4:15 PM

I need to cook up big batches of yarn.
Ask MeFi post favorited by Michele in California on July 18, 2012 9:20 PM

I need to cook up big batches of yarn.
Ask MeFi post favorited by raztaj on July 18, 2012 4:55 PM

I need to cook up big batches of yarn.
Ask MeFi post favorited by annsunny on July 18, 2012 3:12 PM

I need to cook up big batches of yarn.
Ask MeFi post favorited by Meagan on July 18, 2012 1:08 PM

I need to cook up big batches of yarn.
Ask MeFi post favorited by catlet on July 18, 2012 11:04 AM

I need to cook up big batches of yarn.
Ask MeFi post favorited by willbaude on July 18, 2012 11:02 AM

Best Wax Center in Georgetown (Maria) is great, and fairly reasonable in price. Can you take the Circulator bus? [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Gonestarfishing on June 25, 2012 12:26 PM

Yeah, I agree with bingo. Date Republicans. [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by stoneandstar on May 8, 2012 9:26 PM

Digital camera for non-photog to take giant, awesome photos?
Ask MeFi post favorited by wenestvedt on March 22, 2012 8:02 AM

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