Skepchick Quickies 8.15
- Weight Watchers is an RPG – Am now tempted to refer to all food as either “of fattening” or “of slimming.”
- Locking the barn door – “I can’t tell you just how fucking tired I am that 36 years after Title IX, I am still writing about professors wanting to see their students’ boobies.”
- People really do look better when you drink – A valuable reminder for the weekend from Rav.
- Skeptics invent new detoxification method – Orac posts on what skeptics have been getting up to on a new CAM wiki.
Weight Watches? Really heavy time pieces? :-p
Hey, smartass, now it’s only a matter of time (ba dum ching) before someone starts marketing really heavy watches as a way to burn more calories throughout your day. :)
If I needed to lose more weight, I would totally play the Weight Watchers RPG. If they turned it in to some kind of MMO though, it could be the new World of Warcraft!
I also need to try the flame of pure hydrogen. I have been feeling slightly intoxicated recently.
Also a valuable reminder for a weekend with Rav.
we’d have a good market cornered for both people trying to lose wrist/forearm weight and fans of this guy: http://reidgreven.files.wordpress.com/2008/04/flavaflav-1.jpg
I’m not sure why someone would pay for weight watchers. You can get a similar experience from http://www.thedailyplate.com for free. It’s very helpful, although I’ve never thought of it as an rpg.
@Weight Watchers RPG
Scene from Dinners & Deserts (D&D):
Dinner Master (DM): “Make a save vs chocolate cake; it’s double frosting, so take a -5.”
Player 1: *rolls a 2*
@Locking the barn door; U of Iowa portion.
One can excuse *wanting* to see and fondle boobies; one cannot excuse the abuse of authority described in the article. I’m glad there are criminal charges being filed.
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