Deven McKay

Deven McKay
Seattle, Washington,
July 01
I've changed a lot in the last five years, some good, some bad, some things are just different. I'm trying to find a way back to me, but I'm pretty sure that my GPS has dementia.


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AUGUST 24, 2008 9:33PM

See you in Hell

Solve you
For the record, I'll be happy to face my real hidden sins. Even the sexual hidden sins. You might need some wet wipes.
These kind of displays confuse me and I know they don't speak for the… Read full post »
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AUGUST 18, 2008 5:14PM

Orangina Zoophile Porn

My close friend in England sent me this link. The English speaking version is running on television there. She said she was shocked. Before I watched it, I was thinking, gee, how bad could this possibly be? I'll admit to you, my jaw dropped. It's so… Read full post »

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AUGUST 18, 2008 1:17AM

The Benefits of an Automated Cheeto Delivery Service

The Benefits of an Automated Cheeto Delivery Service
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AUGUST 17, 2008 11:44PM

Getting Freaky High

Seattle Hemp Fest 2008

We went to the Seattle Hemp Fest yesterday. I never had to make a moral decision about pot, since I can't stand the way it makes me feel. Some people with ADHD seem to calm down and focus with a hit or two, me, I just get paranoid and… Read full post »

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AUGUST 13, 2008 8:26PM

If I were a dog...

Passed out
If I were a dog, I'm pretty sure I'd look like this.
She can usually be found sprawl out in this shop window. I get to see her a couple of times a week on my way to the grocery.… Read full post »
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AUGUST 13, 2008 3:37AM

I'm eating you with my eyes...

I was looking through my pictures today and realized I take a lot of pictures of food and booze. I like food and booze.. a lot. I want to reminisce...

Belvedere, our vodka of the moment

Right now my favored vodka is Belvedere. I bounce back and forth between Belvedere and Grey Goose. I… Read full post »

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AUGUST 12, 2008 2:06AM

of vanity and back fat

I've decided to become an alpaca

I'm vain. Who knew? For years I haven't really cared about my appearance. My one nod to vanity was getting my hair dyed. I went gray in my twenties and have been a slave ever since. I've tried repeatedly to break it off, but crumble each time when… Read full post »

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AUGUST 11, 2008 3:56AM

Sorry, you are not a freaking princess...

(The below rant is that of a cranky middle aged woman of questionable taste. Please do not be offended if you or a loved one have made any or all of the below fashion choices. Obviously Deven is suffering from severely swollen ankles from doing back to back wedding gigs thisRead full post »

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AUGUST 6, 2008 10:44PM

Sleepy as a buffalo

Sleepy like a buffalo

"Sleepy as a Buffalo"


I was chatting with a fellow OSer this morning on how intimidating it can be to post a blog entry when we're surrounded by professional writers and razor sharp writing hobbyists (is that a word?). I pointed out to him that it was… Read full post »

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AUGUST 5, 2008 10:42PM

The Troll That Hides Inside

Freaky hiding

Everyone has a little troll in them, lurking, snickering, ready to poke a stick. I have one. She lives in my photo blog.

A year or so ago my friends and I stumbled into a photo stream stuffed with half naked, gaped mouth self portraits.… Read full post »

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AUGUST 5, 2008 4:04PM

chicken hater

Failing the sobriety test


We headed north to Vancouver for our version of a staycation (Canada, it's like a whole 'nother country). The little get away accomplished two things, first it was a reminder that I really am a fat, ugly, American and second, it renewed my long standing hatred of chickens.… Read full post »

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JULY 31, 2008 6:46PM

my son, my cat

My husband is an addict. He is addicted to a substance that he says he can't live without. He snorts it twenty four hours a day. He's addicted to oxygen. This addiction has had a tremendous negative impact on my life. Yes, because of his greedy need to… Read full post »

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JULY 31, 2008 2:29AM

running with the gray dogs



Wednesdays are designated "Mom Day," the day I spend with my seventy five year old mother. She lives in a nearby independent living retirement home. I pick her up in the early afternoon, we run errands, and eat lunch. Six years ago, when we began this tradition,… Read full post »

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JULY 30, 2008 1:30AM

damn, I got the job

would you hire this woman

Would you hire this woman? I woudn't, she looks shifty.

Ten years ago I stumbled into being an assistant teacher (aka: teacher's aid, aka: teaching assistant, aka: paraeducator, aka: whatever the union has determined will make being paid $11 an hour sound… Read full post »

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JULY 29, 2008 1:11AM

How To Cook For 100 People You Hate

(disclaimer: I don't really hate these people, but "Cooking for a 100 People That for the Most Part You Feel Somewhat Ambivalent About and Are Relatively Certain that 25 of Them Have Outstanding Warrants and 1 Might Be a Serial Killer" is a bitRead full post »
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JULY 27, 2008 3:24PM

low in fat, high in fiber

low fat
Recently this story has popped back up in the news. I've followed the ups and downs of this issue quite closely (read: I'm fat).
Anyone that has known me for awhile realizes… Read full post »