Back to your regularly scheduled postings of weird stuff

And leave it to Fab.com to bring the, here’s that word again, disturbing stuff.

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I’m not sure there’s much to say about this one

I usually expect stuff of this caliber to come from Etsy.  This time, it’s Fab.com and their weekly Foodie email that brings the goods.  There’s really nothing to add, this one stands on its own.

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I’m not sure I have words for this

“Obsessed with guns much?”

That was about all Geoff and I had to say when this arrived in my inbox today.  Courtesy of Etsy, naturally, I had to click through to the seller and see if this was for real.

It is.

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Points to the right side of the page –>

I added a new page to our site today.  It has pretty things on it, though I’m not terribly impressed with my photos.  You should check it out.  I’ve finally started making enough jewelry to sell.  No, I don’t have an Etsy shop.  Yet.  But I’m going in baby steps.

Email me or comment on the new page if you want to buy a pretty.

~Kelly

Hobby Lobby and Women as 2nd class citizens

I have to admit that I’d never heard of Hobby Lobby until the first time I went to Alabama with Geoff.  The first time I actually laid eyes on one I started laughing.  I couldn’t believe that someone would actually name their store something that utterly ridiculous.  It turns out that’s not the limit to their ridiculousness.

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26 posters

Don’t worry, they’re not all in this post.

Today I got my daily email from Fab.com.  One of the featured shops was for artist John Keddie, a San Francisco based artist who is a multimedia computer savvy type guy.  He also very clearly has an appreciation for pop culture and, well, twisted humor.  That’s why we’ve put up 7 of his posters.  The rest are probably too, um, gritty for our parents.  As they read this blog regularly and may pass out from too much grit, we’ve erred on the side of caution with our choices.

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