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Morning links for Thursday, July 15 (Otherwise known as the day after my Macbook died by the hand of my own spawn)

July 16, 2009
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Forgive me today, for I am grieving.  Yesterday my (less than one year old) Macbook died a painful unnecessary death that involved one of my offspring and  Crystal Light.  It was a soul sucking day, so you might notice a theme running through this morning’s links. If you’re purty smart, you might be able to spot my subtle cues.

10 most creepy kids in movies.  From Heckler Spray.

Bored children are dangerous; a cautionary tale from metacafe.

Future trailer park king-pins singing some songs to their proud Momma.

10 animated movies to traumatize your child. Cracked.com

From Pajiba: Five “I hope you feel bad for yourself” hollywood crushes

Darn if this didn’t cheer me up a bit, though.   From College Humor.  The best website in the universe. Be sure to scroll all the way through.

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2 Responses to “ Morning links for Thursday, July 15 (Otherwise known as the day after my Macbook died by the hand of my own spawn) ”

  1. CJ on July 16, 2009 at 8:40 am

    Love the title to today’s links. The word “spawn” is a perfect way to describe how you view your children in those moments right after they really eff something up in your life. As you know, I’ve lost many a cell phone to my two kids. I always had cell phone insurance for this but I was recently informed by the phone company that they’ve dropped me from insurance due to too many claims. Thanks kids! I mean, spawn!

    Shannon and J Pancake, we are officially entering a new motherhood pact and it goes like this: Any time that one of our spawn ruins an expensive object, smears sticky stuff on expensive fabrics, or simply behaves in any way that begs a mommy meltdown, we shall drive our spawn to other mother’s house, drop them off, and go somewhere else to breathe. This motherhood pact will make life safer for all involved.

  2. Shannon on July 16, 2009 at 9:13 am

    Sounds like a good, safe alternative for everyone.

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