Thursday, November 20, 2008

This made me smile :)

I randomly browse the web and find myself on weird sites.

this book made me really smile. lol. :)

and then this one made me laugh.


The Babysitter said...

"How To Cope When You Are Surrounded By Idiots..."

Perfect, so maybe you won't need the island after all. And your right, the planet would be expensive to fly people in, and also impractical, cause it will probably take too long, and if there's an emergency, then the doctor won't be able to come on time.

and the other link got me an error

and I finally posted about Kollel, but I barely got to write all that I wanted to write, cause I went off tangent a bit and then it just got too long. :-)

High School Memories and Kollel

Rich Perkins said...

I think it would be great to buy those two books and keep them on your desk at work.

Better yet, bring them to meetings and read them as everyone is getting settled.

frumskeptic said...

Babysitter- :-)

lol. I didn't think about the doctors either. But I guess if I can't find an island, i'll just hire a doctor to move to a planet with me, and then I'll just have him live farish so that I wouldnt actually have to deal with him unless I need to. :). Though if he's a doctor, he can't really be dumb, so...maybe I wouldnt mind him living near me. We'll have to see. I'm still trying for the island ;)

RP- lol!! great idea!

Anonymous said...


The Babysitter said...

FrumSkeptic: :-)

lol, sounds good! Good point about doctors. They would also be against socialization.

Anonymous said...

FS, This might be OT, but then again maybe it isn't.

Remember the recent post you had about why we shouldn't move to Canada. Here's another reason (from Inside Higher Education 11/20):

"Queen’s University, in Canada, is hiring students to serve as “facilitators” who will join conversations when they hear offensive words like “homo” and “retard” used in student conversation, and try to point out why people can be hurt by such terms, The Globe and Mail reported. Some students are criticizing the program as an invasion of privacy."

Some of our Canadian friends might be interested in the How to Cope book

Ichabod Chrain