This is one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a long time. But if you don’t play CS or DoD, you won’t get it.
Two old chicks in a Mustang, driving cross country….typical Thelma & Louise antics. Their secret? Depends.
Worst OSX app evar. Air Amerika is dying faster than BSD.
Sucks more than Dopo, who, incidentally, still needs to come pick up bf:v from me.
Looking for leads anyhow, anywhere, really. It’s just getting insane what I’m making. Insane, I tell you.
(And if my work is snooping here, and I really don’t care that they are, raise, pronto, if you want any shot at keeping me)
Terminally-perky Katie Couric has gotten herself a pair of Emo Cam-Whore glasses. Nice. Her eyelid lift is worse than Greta Van Susteren’s, if that’s possible.
Barbara Ehrenreich has a column in today’s New York Times regarding Ralph Nader’s candidacy. Of course, as you would expect from the Times, it’s tripe, blaming Nader for Gore’s loss in 2000 (it didn’t really matter, because the Ehrenreich didn’t think Bush could be that much worse than Gore), and bitching that he’s running again in ’04.
Convieniently missing from the column is the fact that 2000 was Nader’s second run as a Green. But far be it from a columnist in the Times to let the facts get in the way of anything.
“America’s heart and soul is freedom of expression without fear of reprisal,”
No, Whoopi. America’s heart and soul is freedom of expression, then taking responsibility for whatever reprisals come from that expression. You have the right to say pretty much anything. You don’t have the right to make people tolerate it. You stepped over the line, now you’re paying the consequences. Deal. It’s what happens in America. Ask Trent Lott. Ask Rush Limbaugh. Ask Kobe Bryant.
“The fact that I am no longer the spokesman for SlimFast makes me sad, but not as sad as someone trying to punish me for exercising my right as an American to speak my mind.”
Haha. Nice. Waaaaaaaa. I’m a victim! Bullshit. Freedom and personal responsibility. I know they’re foreign concepts to the left, but they’re the real values of America. Liberty, not license.
I know my writing’s been utter shit lately, with little interesting to say. I had a thought the other night about all the celebrities who support John Freakin’ Kerry, and well, who supports George Bush?
Pat Boone. No shit. It’s up on Newsmax.
I liked his cover of Paradise City.
I bought a George Strait CD. I’ve been listening to Kick-FM lately. Sad. Sad. Sad.
So, with little more to say, I do have one thought for this morning……
Key Lime Pie pwns.