Frances Bean Knows everything

November 24, 2009

New Site!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , — Frances Locke @ 8:30 PM

Come check out my new site, I am blowing this Popsicle stand like a homeless man blows his dealer for crack!


He'll do anything for his fix...ANYTHING!

I plan on keeping this site up, at least for a little while. Hopefully all my homies and Rick James obsessed reader will come back out my new site, and show some love in the comments section!



November 11, 2009

Super Freaky

Filed under: He's Rick JAmes Bitch!, Uncategorized, wtf — Tags: , , — Frances Locke @ 9:39 AM

I’ve noticed a trend with the search terms that bring people to my site. I have two words for you, people!

rick james

Rick James is now the patron saint of the internet.


Who are these people searching for Rick James? These internet crusaders in search of their super freaky fix?

Welcome RickJamesophiles! He’s Rick James Bitch!

October 21, 2009

baffling iphone app of the week

Filed under: iphone apps, Uncategorized, wtf — Tags: , , , , — Frances Locke @ 11:37 AM
WTF number 2? What is up with that grill?

WTF number 2? What is up with that grill?

Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has a new iPhone application, created with the help of Bengals backup quarterback Jordan Palmer. The app breaks new ground for the media-savvy receiver.

“If you can’t fly here to chill with me you can with this app,” Ochocinco told fans via his Twitter account.

A cyber stalking worthy ass?

A cyber stalking worthy ass?

For $4.99, Ochocinco fans can follow his daily routine in photos, videos and tweets. They can ask his advice on dating, sex, physics, hardcore porno or anything else, send their own (dirty)  photos for posting, and track where he is each day when he’s on the road. Basically it’s a cyber stalking app.

There are sound bites in English and Spanish; a “What Would Ochocinco Do?” section; a place to post fan pictures; videos; a “Where’s Ocho?” section that tracks his travels; a place for news and more. Does anyone really care?

One Ocho's cyber stalkers getting creative...

One Ocho's cyber stalkers getting creative...

October 13, 2009

Words I have added to my spell check this week

Filed under: spell check maddness, Uncategorized — Tags: , , — Frances Locke @ 5:49 PM













What the hell is wrong with me?

October 3, 2009

What a wonderful world

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — Frances Locke @ 4:39 PM

I’m feeling pretty lazy this week, so I don’t have much to say. I thought I would list some famous banned books, see as last week was banned books week. Enjoy! At least as much as you can enjoy a display of American tyranny and closed mindedness.


Doctor Zhivago



Fanny Hill


Leaves of Grass

Call of the Wild

The Canterbury Tales


These, along with many many other famous works, including The Iliad and the Odyssey,  have been banned in this country. To see a more comprehensive list visit

September 29, 2009

A coincidence? I think not…

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — Frances Locke @ 8:07 PM


Tennille from Hell’s kitchen…

rick james

Rick James (he’s rick James bitch). Never seen in the same place at the same time…I’m just sayin’.

September 27, 2009

I live in a classy town

After somebody called the WAHHHHMBULANCE this past week, Cincinnati’s Kings Island amusement park pulled its controversial Halloween display depicting dead celebrities such as Michael Jackson, Steve McNair and Billy Mayes.

jackson display

One skeleton was wearing a McNair jersey and had his alleged girlfriend/murderer Sahel Kazemi on his lap.

mcnair display

Another skeleton resembled actor Heath Ledger. The display had pills bottled strewn around it, apparently making light of Ledger’s accidental suicide. My personal favorite was the Farrah Fawcett skeleton, though I would have liked to have seen Billy Mayes (maybe with a straw up his nose and white power on his shirt).

farrah display

“Kings Island has removed the celebrity scene from its Halloween Haunt event,” King Island spokesman Don Helbig told news agencies. “We were not intending to be distasteful, and we apologize if we offended anyone.”

Because there is absolutely nothing offensive about displaying effigies of the recently departed at a Halloween event!

I love Cincinnati!

September 25, 2009

Banned Books Week 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — Frances Locke @ 9:38 AM

banned books week

Banned books week is the nation-wide celebration of our privilege and freedom to read. It was started in the early 80’s in response to an overwhelming barrage of bans and challenges against certain books in schools and libraries. Challenges in every corner of the country, transcending racial and economic boundaries.

I think the banned books week manifesto best sums up the mission.


Check out the banned books week website for more information and show your support by discussing and writing about banned books week on your blog, or with your friends and family.

September 24, 2009

I’ll just leave this here…

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , — Frances Locke @ 10:46 PM

Robert Gibbs looks like a giant penis. Seriously, check it out.


A giant ginger wang.

penis head mcgee

penis head mcgee

American Mom

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , , — Frances Locke @ 8:11 PM

american mom

I was reading these two articles from and about whether or not motherhood should be considered the hardest job in the world. Babble’s Meagan Francis makes some great points, and I agree with greymatter’s blogger Angela that motherhood is more than “the sum of all its parts”. But what struck me were all the negative comments on Francis’s post.

Basically a bunch of upper middle class (most likely white) mommies bitching and moaning about how hard their “jobs” are. I have children of my own. I’ve done the stay at home thing, the working out of home thing and the work from home thing, and I’m the first to say none of those options are particularly easy. But the hardest job in the world? Really?

Francis mentions her first job, detassling corn in Michigan when she was thirteen. I did the same crappy job when I was twelve and thirteen, and the thought of doing that for the rest of my life makes me shudder. People who do that for a living do it because they have to, not because they want to. You choose to be a parent. And compared to waitressing for eight hours or more a day, doing construction, or grave digging, it’s a pretty enjoyable vocation.

What our grandmothers and great grandmothers did was hard work. Try making every meal from scratch (because you have to, not because you fancy yourself a gourmet). Try washing your clothes by hand, or dealing without modern conveniences like microwaves, refrigerators and pre-packaged foods. Hell, most of these women don’t even know what it’s like to drag their laundry three blocks to the laundry mat because they have no car. Parents in third world countries and Dickens novels have it hard; American middle class mommies and daddies? Not so much

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