Thursday, May 24, 2007

Never Pick A Fight With Someone Who Buys Ink By The Barrel

Rambly McDitzington takes 2400 words to tell us she isn't going to talk about it any more. She just can't bring herself to admit that using a murdered 4-year-old as a comedy prop wasn't a good idea.

She does get one thing right though. It is a bit unseemly for aJournal employee to make fun of a Journal employee on the air and, when asked by a Journal employee, for the Journal employee to say she is being attacked and not defended by the Journal.

Did she ever stop to think that maybe the Journal was defending one of their own, the one that didn't make fun of the girl's death?

Jessica McBride takes umbrage at being compared to Don Imus, among others. I think she should. After all, she is far different from Imus. Don Imus knows how to build an audience.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Thursday, May 17, 2007

I Thought You'd Want To Know

The corn is up!

Go back to your business.

A Note To Ben Wallace

1972 just called. As soon as you're out of the playoffs, Linc from the Mod Squad needs his hair back.

Thank you.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

It's Humpalarious

Evangelist Jerry Falwell dies at 73

Richard said it best. "Judge not, lest ye be judged." Condolences to his family and friends.
Earnhardt docked 100 points, crew chief fined, suspended

Do you suppose Theresa sits and wonders when the wheels fell off the money train?
Ag Department Considers Mandatory Testing For Fish Virus

I hope they can keep their VHS away from my betas.
WisconsinEye To Launch Capitol Coverage Wednesday

Now we can find out if Marlin Schneider has a "good side."
Gonzales Blames His Deputy For Atty Firings

Why am I reminded of the Tommy Flanagan character from SNL? "Yeah, and Alberto G's wife is Morgan Fairchild, yeah."
Pentagon Operations Director Agrees To Be "War Czar"

Does this mean that GWB doesn't want to be the Commander Guy anymore?
And finally

GOP Candidates Spar Over Conservative Credentials

Newt keeps waiting for the message to come, "Recalled to life."
(It's a literary reference. You could look it up.)

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Romping Through The Headlines

Banned 'Cocaine' energy drink re-emerges as 'Censored'

Apparently, the name Dumba** was taken.


Cerberus Group leads pack to get Chrysler: report

Cerberus? He guards the Gates of Hell, right? Call that payback for the K-Car.


Rare albino gator on display in Tenn.

In the next cage is her cousin/mother.


Cremated Remains of 200 Lost in Mountains After Trip to Space

To boldly go where no Ranger has gone before.


Tommy Thompson's Debate Excuse:I Had To Go To The Bathroom

Now he knows where to look when he wonders where his chances went.


Iraqi Sunni, Shia Lawmakers Join In Opposition To Baghdad Wall

That should be this administration's motto. "Bringing people together; one bad idea at a time."


And, to top it all off, the Gazette ran a short wire story about McGee Sr's case of vile logorrhea under the sadly unlinkable headline,

DJ Faces Reprimand For Remarks.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007


Dick Morris

I think that withdrawal from Iraq — it obviously gives al Qaeda a huge victory. Huge victory. On the other hand, if we stay in Iraq, it gives them the opportunity to kill more Americans, which they really like.
One of the things, though, that I think the antiwar crowd has not considered is that, if we’re putting the Americans right within their arms’ reach, they don’t have to come to Wall Street to kill Americans. They don’t have to knock down the trade center. They can do it around the corner, and convenience is a big factor when you’re a terrorist.

Monday, May 07, 2007

It May Need To Be Refined...

...but this is a great idea. Let's do it Halloween Night.

Two Secrets No More

Somebody has snuck back in amongst us. I'm glad she has.

The agenda is posted for all to see over at the Observer.

Horrifying Thought

A pretty fair chunk of those who are trying to make the case that McGee Sr speaks for all blacks seem to feel that Charlie Sykes speaks for all whites.

Friday, May 04, 2007


Sorry for the lack of activity fans. There has been a whole lot of Capital-R Reality at this house lately.

For those of you who knew, my MIL has finally found peace. She passed last Wednesday after too long a struggle with cancer. My thanks for your kind words.

In other news, your humble typographer has been chosen for the part of Henry Blake in the ECT production of M*A*S*H. Save time during the weekend before July 4 or the weekend after. We're doing 6 shows so you can all come see us twice.

There is one other thing going on that truly threatens to curtail my blogging time. I won't say much until after Tuesday night because things can always change. Let's just say that I am excited about a new opportunity.