Dear Lord,

Please, I write because I am in desperate need of your guidance.

You see, I have all this bar of Touch of Mink Soap (accidentally acquired at the Western Washington Fair). Touch of Mink is a line of skin care comprised mainly of mink oil. I had no idea what mink oil was, but I was considering giving the products a try. Women were constantly leaving the Touch of Mink booth exclaiming about how soft their skin was.

“What is Mink Oil, anyway?”

A Touch of Mink represantative had recently purchased two sets of my annoying yet popular magical “Install Self Diverse Electric Rail-Car” game. We had gotten on the subject of the Touch of Mink products, and she had given me a bar of soap from her personal collection for me to try. “It’s actually the oil that lines between the muscle and the skin. It’s harvested once the cadaver is skinned.”

She actually used the word cadaver.

Please, please Lord..what shall I do with this Touch of Mink soap? I can’t even touch it.

Also, I really need to know who could use a bunch of twist ties. They’re long and red and of fairly high quality. They once accompanied a lot of garbage bags–the big, black ones–and now occupy a rather coveted space on my desk. Do you think my adopted daughter in Vietnam could use them for something?

Oh, and who should I vote for in tomorrow’s election?

Thanks in advance for your prompt attention to these time-sensitive and terribly important matters.

Cooperatively yours,
Susie J.

Holla

0 thoughts on “Dear Lord,

  1. The Howe House would gladly take the twist ties fromst your domicile…

    On Satan’s Votin’ Day Candidates: Eddie Ytuarte for Assembly, 16th District; Albert Dragstedt, Antonio Salas, Gerald Sanders, Stan Woods, Eddie Ytuarte & Roger Rudd for Fifth Supervisorial District; Dave Campbell for Board of Equalization;

    Statewide
    Governor: Janice Jordan;
    Lieutenant Governor: Stewart Alexander;
    Secretary of State: Margie Akin;
    Treasurer: Gerald Sanders;
    Controller: Liz Barron;
    Attorney General: Jack Harrison;
    Insurance Commissioner: Tom Condit;
    U.S. Senator: Marsha Feinland; Sarah Knopp for Superintendent of Public Instruction; vote YES on 82.

  2. The Howe House would gladly take the twist ties fromst your domicile…

    On Satan’s Votin’ Day Candidates: Eddie Ytuarte for Assembly, 16th District; Albert Dragstedt, Antonio Salas, Gerald Sanders, Stan Woods, Eddie Ytuarte & Roger Rudd for Fifth Supervisorial District; Dave Campbell for Board of Equalization;

    Statewide
    Governor: Janice Jordan;
    Lieutenant Governor: Stewart Alexander;
    Secretary of State: Margie Akin;
    Treasurer: Gerald Sanders;
    Controller: Liz Barron;
    Attorney General: Jack Harrison;
    Insurance Commissioner: Tom Condit;
    U.S. Senator: Marsha Feinland; Sarah Knopp for Superintendent of Public Instruction; vote YES on 82.

  3. I was at the Del Mar Fair on Sat and I saw their booth and I immediatly thought “gross.” icky yucky gross.
    -jeller

  4. I was at the Del Mar Fair on Sat and I saw their booth and I immediatly thought “gross.” icky yucky gross.
    -jeller

  5. Thanks Kat. Too bad I’m still registered in Berkeley. Come get those twisty ties and watch DOOL sometime.

    And yeah, mink oil is nasty. You wanna bar Jen? Maybe I’ll give it back to that lady when I see her at the Alameda County Fair! She travels with the booth. All over.

  6. Thanks Kat. Too bad I’m still registered in Berkeley. Come get those twisty ties and watch DOOL sometime.

    And yeah, mink oil is nasty. You wanna bar Jen? Maybe I’ll give it back to that lady when I see her at the Alameda County Fair! She travels with the booth. All over.

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