zird is the word (lizardek) wrote,
zird is the word

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3 things that made me laugh out loud last night while watching bad TV:

1. What is UP with Jay Leno's hair?! He looks like a reverse skunk.
2. Dana Carvey, doing a Dubya impression, said, "Jaysus, Obi-wan, put a sock in it," and the Swedish subtitles translated it as, "Beklagar, Obiwan, gnäll inte."
3. "You're either SWAT...or you're not." Tagline from the S.W.A.T. movie trailer with Colin Farrell. Well, DUH.

I didn't realize this, but I'm officially a baby boomer. I thought baby boomers were babies born at the end of WWII, that is, those born in the 40's and possibly the 50's. But a comment last night by someone I thought wasn't old enough to be a baby boomer made me go look it up and it turns out the baby boomer generation covers 1946 to 1964 so I squeaked in under the wire. Although, I guess when I really think about it, I knew I wasn't a Generation X-er. But I don't think I'd count my siblings in that category and they were born after 1964. Is there a word for those born INBETWEEN generations?

Anders just left to go ice skating with Karin and asked me to get Martin away from the TV and outside, since the sun is shining again. HA. Fat chance. I can get him off the TV but the odds on getting him to go outside are pretty damn slim. I can probably get him to help me start cleaning/organizing old toys and books in his room, though.


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