Monday, June 09, 2008
Another blog written by a lesbian home-schooler with a PhD in molecular-biology? Christ on a cartwheel, when I saw Doc’s blog I almost spit out a piece of white-tiger steak into my dodo-bird’s milk.
Yes, and though the above is slight exaggeration, this is not: Doc is one of the most unique individuals I’ve come across during my time climbing through these interwebs, and I am in possession of the belief that she is motherfucking fabulous...and if someone wants to take that literally, well, just know that I have no extra information regarding her carnal-prowess.
These are "Sunrise Rants", so keep that in mind whilst perusing Doc’s Domain - home-schooling philosophies/discussions dominate a lot of the writing, and religion, the juiciest of juicy topics, makes multiple appearances, once while Doc was introducing me to the epithet "theistard", and unless you’re an enemy of language, that is a gift that keeps on giving.
There is a problem, though, and it goes much deeper than the sheep in the header (which, actually, I quite like, but I digress), and the problem is this: the posts are thick. I read through a prodigious amount of them and looked up to find that I was only as far back as this past February: 4 posts on May 28th, 3 on April 30th, 2 of those longer than a flight to Pluto while sitting in a dentist’s office.
You almost defeated me with your proficiency, Doc, but I managed to maintain my professional integrity, despite the obvious and myriad appearances to the contrary.
I had trouble grabbing a foothold, and though a huge amount of the blame for that lies with my lack of focus and attention to detail, I tend to gravitate to posts such as this, the little snippet of life with a humourous bent...but if nitpicking was roast beef, I’d be eating a pretty big hoagie right now, wouldn’t I?
Yes, Doc, if you were the boastful type, you could tell people that you won the crown...but, please, save yourself from the emotional letdown that tomorrow will bring; remember that humility saves lives, and that being Doc makes you a dangerous, dangerous woman.