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Check this out.

Nuisance -- Thursday, August 08, 2002 -- 12:26:06 AM

A place to let us know of a new website you have discovered, or an old favorite. Any time you go somewhere you think may be of interest, post the link with a short description here.

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Mostone -- Friday, March 21, 2008 -- 12:50:34 AM -- 11756 of 16483

That was great.

Also - I finally got around to reading the Everyone Kills Hitler thing which made me laugh out loud.

Amaxen -- Friday, March 21, 2008 -- 02:43:38 AM -- 11757 of 16483
In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

She came from Greece. She had a thirst for knowledge...

Mogget -- Friday, March 21, 2008 -- 08:44:26 PM -- 11758 of 16483

Ha! That's great. And of course, I then had to listen to the Shatner version of it again.

Amaxen -- Friday, March 21, 2008 -- 08:54:09 PM -- 11759 of 16483
In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

Yeah, Shatner's version is classic.

The youtube version I can find is live. Here's the recorded version:

www.youtube.com

Amaxen -- Friday, March 21, 2008 -- 10:28:53 PM -- 11760 of 16483
In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

Amaxen -- Saturday, March 22, 2008 -- 02:14:16 AM -- 11761 of 16483
In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

Another cherished urban rural legend bites the dust

Lori Dee -- Sunday, March 23, 2008 -- 01:11:07 AM -- 11762 of 16483
Axial tilt is the reason for the season.

Animator vs. Animated.

This was fun.

Julie C. -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 12:04:54 AM -- 11763 of 16483

I was reading the MDC thread about rmbzm refusing a c-section, and saw this link on there and followed it. It's a little video about the homebirth of triplets. It's not particularly graphic, and the babies are adorable.

Video of babies! With feets!

Alison -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 01:19:49 AM -- 11764 of 16483
I wish we could stop celebrating diversity and start celebrating competence. -- DancesWithWords

Adorable babies.

Aradiaseven -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 02:04:48 AM -- 11765 of 16483
I have a rule that says my clothing will not weigh more than I do.

Still, I'm not sure a homebirth of triplets is all that sensible a decision.

yoyoma -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 02:33:51 PM -- 11766 of 16483
Administrators, Heed My Words!

2 things:

1. DAMN that's one freaking huge belly!

2. Oh! Little sleepy babies snuffling each other!

yoyoma -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 02:38:26 PM -- 11767 of 16483
Administrators, Heed My Words!

3rd thing:

Don't watch past the 5th month if you don't want to sit at your computer sobbing uncontrollably.

Julie C. -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 02:59:34 PM -- 11768 of 16483

A7, I was pretty surprised she would find anybody to attend her at home. The last stat I saw was that something like 1% of triplets were delivered vaginally. She did an amazing job, though.

Julie C. -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 03:07:29 PM -- 11769 of 16483

Oh, wow, I hadn't watched the end last night.

Alison -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 03:12:16 PM -- 11770 of 16483
I wish we could stop celebrating diversity and start celebrating competence. -- DancesWithWords

I didn't watch the end either... now I'm afraid to.

ana -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 03:17:24 PM -- 11771 of 16483

RSV leads to some heavy health issues for Lily, dramatic. She doesn't die though.

Peggy Square -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 03:24:26 PM -- 11772 of 16483

Don't. Seriously made me cry.

Julie C. -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 03:30:32 PM -- 11773 of 16483

Same here. Lily didn't die, but she is pretty seriously damaged. Poor baby.

Alison -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 03:31:27 PM -- 11774 of 16483
I wish we could stop celebrating diversity and start celebrating competence. -- DancesWithWords

Ok, I went and watched, and cried. That poor family. Lily's in the hospital with bacterial meningitis and a host of other problems, and the babysitter drops Coy on his head?!? Jaysus.

I followed the link to Lily's story. She's 16 months now, with no real hope of becoming the baby she started out as. Her brothers and big sister are adorable. She's beautiful too, it's just such a tragedy that she's got so many problems...

Lilith -- Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 04:22:56 PM -- 11775 of 16483

Why on earth do I click on those things, that poor adorable little baby. I think I cried the hardest at the end when the text said that the doctor's said she'd never even hold her head up again and the last 2 pictures are of her holding her head up.

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