Stuff and a gull on Saturday.

chain w gull
Phucumol.

An honest meditation. NSFW.

Six reasons for optimism.

Tired of looking out your own window? Look out someone else’s.

The first emergency medical providersLink from Kat’s post last week.

Nope, no tilting allowed.

Give.Women.Functional.Pockets.

Links from Chris.

Everything is profound if you say it in French:

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6 Responses to Stuff and a gull on Saturday.

  1. gayle says:

    Functional pockets. Actual functional pockets. (I’ve worn men’s jeans for years now because they have actual pockets. My last pair of women’s jeans had front pockets that were 2″ deep and back pockets that weren’t big enough to hold my tiny little phone.)
    Now to grab a dose of phucumol and meditate for awhile…

  2. Deb says:

    Functional Pockets.
    No pockets over the chest on blouses. Like we can put anything in them anyhow.
    Cotton fabric that doesn’t have to be dried flat or hung to dry. It’s cotton, people.
    Fabric thicker than tissue paper on T-shirts. Really?
    The list goes on.

    Thanks for the window of the world link. It’s fantastic!

  3. Ellen D. says:

    All those windows to look out of! I think my favorites were the ones in Italy…lovely views there. You could share a nice view of your lake but my views are just suburbia – nothing great! And the singing in French – so funny! Lots to see here this morning. Thanks for the links!

  4. Kat says:

    Functional pockets, ftw. (that list… well, that is why I make my own clothes…mass production BS avoided!)

  5. Functional. Pockets. I’ll be honest. I love how of this whole list, nearly everyone commented on this one. But it’s so true! I bought a pair of mens jeans because they have real pockets, and next time I go jean shopping I’ll certainly be looking at them again.

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