“You guys, my vision of the future doesn’t include any kids, so I don’t have to imagine a boot stamping on my child’s face forever.” And other stuff Jen Bingham likes.
“When you’re an idiot who was raised by idiots (IWWRBI) part of the process of becoming slightly less idiotic is Facing Facts.” If only it were that easy, Jen Bingham.
“There are things I believe without really wanting to. Beliefs that seem to come from a core of my being over which I have little control.” A rundown of Jen Bingham‘s irrational beliefs.
“I was pretty excited to see Margaret Atwood and pretty sure she would make my soul ache with wonder while gentle tears of joyous inspiration flowed down my cheeks. That did not happen. She gave a lecture on speculative fiction, which was hilarious and erudite.” Jen Bingham gets a few pleasant surprises in this week’s Random Reviews.
“We found out that our connector to the highway was closed the hard way—by circling around and trying to access it several times. First by the exact same route as directed by our GPS device and two phones, then by the old ‘let’s go south to get north’ trick, which was what finally convinced us that the whole highway was shut down.” Jen Bingham tries to get out of Portland in this week’s Random Reviews.
“So much so that one day in class I started crying uncontrollably. The teacher asked me to stop crying. Why? Because it might make her favorite student, Susan, cry too. Yes, let me run that past you again. I was asked to not cry so that I would not make the teacher’s favorite student cry.” Jen Bingham shares some fond memories in this week’s Random Reviews.