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Ellyn Kerr

March 15th, 2000

Freezing Washroom Water

in Personal

About this matter, the words “pet peeve” do not begin to convey my annoyance.
Imagine one is at a restaurant, enjoying a meal with friends. It would not be uncommon, at some point in the evening, to require the use of the powder room. After one has removed oneself from the table, headed to the appropriate [...]

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February 23rd, 2000

Don’t Believe the Hype: Dyvinyls

in Beauty

First off, straight up: I don’t much buy into the beauty hype. “Beauty” magazines I read only when suffering from the restlessness of serious illness; I’ve never purchased an alpha-hydroxy acid product; I can’t seem to prioritize my spending to include the “newest shades” of cosmetics in ranges even Pantone couldn’t keep coming up with [...]

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February 2nd, 2000

Don’t Believe the Hype: Micro Fibre Hair Towel

in Beauty

First off, straight up: I don’t much buy into the beauty hype. “Beauty” magazines I read only when suffering from the restlessness of serious illness; I’ve never purchased an alpha-hydroxy acid product; I can’t seem to prioritize my spending to include the “newest shades” of cosmetics in ranges even Pantone couldn’t keep coming up with [...]

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January 18th, 2000

Don’t Beleive the Hype: Aveeno Shave Gel

in Beauty

First off, straight up: I don’t much buy into the beauty hype. “Beauty” magazines I read only when suffering from the restlessness of serious illness; I’ve never purchased an alpha-hydroxy acid product; I can’t seem to prioritize my spending to include the “newest shades” of cosmetics in ranges even Pantone couldn’t keep coming up with [...]

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December 15th, 1999

Don’t Beleive the Hype: Sabre Fudge

in Beauty

First off, straight up: I don’t much buy into the beauty hype. “Beauty” magazines I read only when suffering from the restlessness of serious illness; I’ve never purchased an alpha-hydroxy acid product; I can’t seem to prioritize my spending to include the “newest shades” of cosmetics in ranges even Pantone couldn’t keep coming up with [...]

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November 15th, 1999

Ultrex

in Around the House

I sometimes find myself proselytizing to friends about certain products I’ve purchased — genuinely proselytizing. Questioning why they don’t own product X, and how product X will improve certain aspects of their lives, and how once they’ve purchased product X, they’ll never understand how they got by without it.
While this instills a small degree of [...]

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November 2nd, 1999

Mouse Tool

in Gadgets

MouseToolTM …”software that clicks the mouse buttons, so you don’t have to.”
“Writers’ cramp” used to be an almost romantic term for me, suggesting a bespectacled James Joyce-type in a brown woolen suit, discreetly writing observations into a small notebook before fashioning something literary on a dependable Underwood, one clackety-clack after another.
The term quickly lost its [...]

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