popespydie -- What are the best pajamas ever?
Ones with built-in feet or a butt trap door.
T-shirt and boxer shorts, or one of either.
Something silky and sexy that nobody ever actually sleeps in.
eideteker -- I really want to green my web browsing. Where can I get the freshest, organically-farmed (and cruelty-free) memes?
Look for two pretty much identical websites, choose the one that has the matte color palate and some leaf images.
Wherever there's an overabundance of people who have enough money to spend twice as much as others on the same thing and feel smarter than them for it.
Start out where fresh, organic, cruelty-free things originate, then go as far away from that place as you can, preferably to some hip urban enclave.
Seek out the most bumper-sticker laden Prius you can find and ask the driver.
eideteker -- Also, should I try the KFC Double Down?
Try it because I'm too scared to.
renob423 -- can livejournal really be used for your rss feeds? Yes. why would you do that anyway? isn't that standard on browsers these days? I started using it way back when before they were standard and now I'm more comfortable with it. how many ad ons do you use on your browser? how much crap (toolbars etc) do you have taking up space on your browser? ne widgets
I have no additional crap on my browser.
I have one or two, such as a spyware blocker or search engine toolbar.
My browser is overrun with all sorts of crap.
In honor of renob423's birthday, How many birthday celebrations do you generally have?
I am one of those people who's weird about my birthday so I try not to celebrate it.
One that combines just about everyone.
One plus one with my significant other.
One for work, one for non-work.
One for work, and one for each of my for non-work social circles.
What childhood birthday present do you most vividly remember, and if you also remember which birthday was it:
The Archie comic has it's first gay character!
There are still Archie comics? And somebody is reading them?
I know where I go to check the social barometer of this country, and it's right between the comic about the lasagna-eating cat and the one about the lazy guy who is abusive to his wife.
Finally! A reason to go back to reading the daily printed version of all the news you read online yesterday.
This is going to be the most valuable tool, second only to Will & Grace, for me to teach grandma about the value of diversity and inclusion.