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Being a zombie isn’t the only way to lose a finger apparently.

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Just in time for Easter, Zombie Research Society, has a fantastic zombie bunny painting from artist Cambria Evans. One of Cambria’s clients is Martha Stewart Omnimedia. Lucky girl. It would be nice to work for a company that actually appreciates and encourages creative thinking but who am I kidding,  I have tried dozens of crafts from her show and it NEVER comes out looking like it did on her show. I call the craft a success if I don’t end up with glitter up my nose and glue in my hair. I am apparently not alone in my feelings of craft inadequacy. Gawker talks about why Martha makes them feel like losers.

For all the guys I completely turned off with all the craft talk, The Consumerist talks about Martha Stewart lounge chairs that are eating peoples fingers. Hey, their words not mine.

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Someone needs to spell check…

cat_typingMy TV is getting a little old and the sound is not the best, so occasionally I turn on the close captioning. So today I am watching Martha Stewart and a guest on the show ask’s Martha her favorite drink and the close caption gives Martha’s answer as:

“Kozzma poll tin”

Wha?

This happens all the time. Seriously, who is typing these things? Do they get bored and decide periodically to start messing with the viewer? Man, there it goes again:

Martha just asked an audience member if she had a compost heap in her backyard. Here is the closed caption translation:

Do you hav have a come post hapy back?

I feel sorry for people who really rely on this stuff. My theory is that budget cuts have forced them to use animal labor. Jeez.