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Georgia Getz

Bossy has been blogging since 1966. She struggled with the technology for the first few decades, but that resolved when they invented the Internet. Her humor blog, i am bossy, is currently sweeping...

Bossy has been blogging since 1966. She struggled with the technology for the first few decades, but that resolved when they invented the Internet. Her humor blog, i am bossy, is currently sweeping the continent. When it’s finished, it will dust the lampshades.

Bossy writes Drive-thru Bossy for Alpha Mom. It’s a virtual window featuring stuff from the latest advertisement circulars. Every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, Bossy serves-up various items and products currently available in the marketplace. Some items are a Must-have. Some are a Must-have-been-joking. But always Bossy is bringing the extra back to ordinary.

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  • Amy

    We had something like that as kids (in Indiana – no passport necessary!). When it worked (on ice, mainly) it was the raging toboggan of death – it was SO fast and SO scary, and you’d inevitably end up in a crumpled pile of arms and legs (it seated more than one kid) at the bottom of the hill, after hitting some microscopic obstacle, like a pebble or a chunk of snow the size of a pea.
    Most of the time, though, the runners wouldn’t work at all. It was useless in powder snow (which is the only kind you want to fall on).
    Those saucer sleds are where it’s at. Especially if you spray them with your mom’s Pam cooking spray before you hit the slopes. 🙂

  • This would have been useful for National Lampoon’s “Christmas Vacation.” Now I want one.