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Thomas Collins

There is a simpler explanation. The wreck that is Obama's foreign policy is a reasonably forseeable result of electing a young man who never got beyond a the critical studies mindset his so-called education provided him. Of all the outrageous things Obama has said, perhaps the most outrageous, and telling, was that his family's Muslim roots in Kenya and that part of his yutehood spent in Indonesia somehow gave him skills and cred to deal with the Middle East.

Danube on iPad

The nation is endangered by this presidency.

Extraneus

Check this out. A hit piece by the AP?

For Obama, world looks far different than expected

In some cases, the current climate has been driven by factors outside the White House's control. But missteps by the president also are to blame, say foreign policy analysts, including some who worked for the Obama administration.

Among them: miscalculating the fallout from the Arab Spring uprisings, publicly setting unrealistic expectations for improved ties with Russia and a reactive decision-making process that can leave the White House appearing to veer from crisis to crisis without a broader strategy.

Rosa Brooks, a former Defense Department official who left the administration in 2011, said that while the shrinking U.S. leverage overseas predates the current president, "Obama has sometimes equated 'we have no leverage' with 'there's no point to really doing anything'."

22 paragraphs, yet not one mention of Hillary. Hmmm...

NK

Bill Keller's schtick?.... this is what a Lib who's been mugged by the reality that Obummer is a useless ignorant poseur looks like.

Extraneus

Ooops, didn't see TM's link to Hinderaker there. Well it's worth quoting anyway.

hit and run

But the Obamas got a new dog.

peter

the weasels at Carlos Slim's dancing chimp factory (© narciso,) are using weasel words. Until they admit they helped to elect, and then reelect, a naked turd, and use those exact words, there is way too much leeway for revisionism.

rse

Anybody seen anything on going into syria because it was what other countries wanted?

Gag.

Here's today's post http://www.invisibleserfscollar.com/psychological-approach-to-a-humane-politics-restructuring-the-west-quietly-and-effectively-via-ed/

Basically I have been able to tie it all to Maslow and Carl Rogers and the NEA pushing and it fitting with Uncle Karl's human devt. Details at post.

Janet  --- -... .- -- .- ... ..- -.-. -.- ...

Of all the outrageous things Obama has said, perhaps the most outrageous, and telling, was that his family's Muslim roots in Kenya and that part of his yutehood spent in Indonesia somehow gave him skills and cred to deal with the Middle East.

I KNOW! All this identity, tribal crap is killing me. Sen. Warren claims to be Cherokee....so what?! Can she make a moccasin? or ride a wild pony bareback while shooting arrows?...what the HELL are these posers able to do because of their trumped-up supposed special heritage?
They are useless. period. the end.

I'd love some reporter - if we could find one - to ask Obama some questions about Islam. I bet he doesn't know a damn thing about what the religion actually teaches. And I bet ol' Warren knows nothing about Cherokees. Tell us some Cherokee folklore, or skin a buffalo, or SOMETHING....

Extraneus

Didn't she nurse a papoose while taking the bar exam?

hit and run

Janet:
Sen. Warren claims to be Cherokee....so what?! Can she make a moccasin?

I can't even begin to tell you how Cherokee her Mexican Oatmeal Soup is.

Janet  --- -... .- -- .- ... ..- -.-. -.- ...

Who knows, Extraneus. She said she did...but who knows.
I guess it all goes with those Hollywood nitwits testifying on Capitol Hill for farm policy cause they played a farmer in a movie. :(

I don't know what to say anymore.
Is the standard now - at least they didn't pull their pants down & show their business to the world, so I guess they're okay....

Bruce Hayden

Janet - my understanding is that the Cherokee were farmers, which apparently why they were dispossessed of their land - they had kept the best farmland, and sold the rest to the non-Indians (or at least this is the story told by some of their descendants). They had also apparently given up much of their Indian dress, instead dressing like white men, developed their own written language, and overall were some of the best assimilated Indians at the time their land was taken and they were marched to OK. One of the corollaries though is that horses were much less important to them, and they were much less common, than for the Plains Indians a half a century later. Could still though probably make moccasins.

daddy

This is hopeful.

A 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl recovering from two double lung transplants is expected to be released from the hospital this week

That's the little girl who was denied the lung transplant until a federal Judge overruled the Govt's Deathpanel Healthcare guidelines.

Bruce Hayden

Backing the Muslim Brotherhood throughout this area in the Arab Spring was somewhere between silly and traitorous. MB running Egypt was getting ready to go to war with Israel, while military before and after we're/are very much opposed. They try to keep guns and rockets out of Gaza. They gave/give the US top priority in the Suez Canal, letting us more quickly move our ships back and forth. All willfully given up by the Obama Admin in their backing of the MB over the military.

pat

The MB has Radical Chic to the Golfer In Chief.

Porchlight

Of all the outrageous things Obama has said, perhaps the most outrageous, and telling, was that his family's Muslim roots in Kenya and that part of his yutehood spent in Indonesia somehow gave him skills and cred to deal with the Middle East.

And yet Sarah Palin was ridiculed for saying, that same year, that Alaska shared a maritime border with Russia and that being the governor of a state that bordered not one but two foreign countries provided her some insight into foreign relations.

But no, Obama's experience as a child younger than ten (with zero contact with his Kenyan side of the family) supposedly trumped her executive experience as an elected official, and thus she was lied about and made a laughingstock by Obama's buddies in the media.

matt

To translate for Big Chief Warren:

There is a dark cloud above the Lightbringer's head said Chief Joseph. His wigwam is unhappy because Princess Running Mouf is unhappy. The oysters Rockefeller at the powwow were not up to snuff.

Sub-Chief Running Drival aka Lantern Jaw had bad pow wow with dusky people across the long water who want to drive the 12 tribes into the sea.

Straight tongue (aka Netan Yahu) sez beach towel head chief of E ran using Syr e yah for WMD testing.

Smoke signals unclear because of California wildfires.

peter

Janet at 1:08 en fuego

Threadkiller

Donald Trump: Obama Met With NY AG Right Before $40 Million Lawsuit Filed; Political Hack

http://youtu.be/IB8tIa0DZDQ

Ignatz

For CH,
The always interesting James Bowman at AmSpec on Blue Jasmine.

jimmyk

I've been burned so many times by favorable reviews of Woody Allen movies (most recently "Midnight in Paris," which was excruciatingly awful), that I hesitate to try this one, but if CH liked it I might be tempted.

Captain Hate on an iPhone

I enjoyed it, jimmyk, but it's not for everybody. And it definitely gives a pessimistic view of life. One thing that the review that Iggy leaves out is that Jasmine thinks she can do better because everybody is attracted to her even though it's easy to see she's an emotional trainwreck. In fact somebody who should've been very savvy falls real hard for her before the truth comes out. Fwiw a lot of people have raved about Dice Clay's performance; maybe they had low expectations because I thought he was ok at best,

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Iggy linked leaves....

daddy

I'd love some reporter - if we could find one - to ask Obama some questions about Islam. I bet he doesn't know a damn thing about what the religion actually teaches.

Janet,

I'm confident he's as sharp on Islam as he is on Chicago Baseball players:

...on opening day of the 2010 season....Obama had been invited to Nationals Park in DC to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, he was wearing a White Sox fan jacket, which Dibble asked him about.

Obama: I’m a Southside kid, I gotta make sure [White Sox owner] Jerry Reinsdorf doesn’t get too angry with me.

ESPN analyst Dibble: Having played with the White Sox for a short time, I know how the Cubs fans and White Sox fans go back and forth. Who was one of your favorite White Sox players growing up?

Obama: You know uh … I … I thought that … uh … you know … the truth is a lot of the Cubs I like too! But, uh … I did not become a Sox fan until I moved to Chicago. Because I uh . I was growing up in Hawaii so I ended up actually being an Oakland A’s fan.

Could the Bulls@#$ get any thicker?

Danube on iPad

I can't see a Woody Allen flick without reflecting on what a gruesome moral cretin he is.

peter

And then he said they played in ComiNskey Stadium, a double triple malapropism.

Captain Hate on an iPhone

He certainly portrays damaged people from an insider's perspective.

jimmyk

I can't see a Woody Allen flick without reflecting on what a gruesome moral cretin he is.

It's not so easy to find movies not made by moral cretins, at least in the last 50 years or so.

Ignatz

I can't see a Woody Allen flick....

daddy

Kerry refuses to take questions.

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Reporting for Doody doesn't think very well extemporaneously. Or other times either.

Ignatz

Was reading a wiki bio of Oscar Levant (not sure why) and came across this excellent passage about his TV talk show;

The show was highly controversial, eventually being taken from the air after a comment about Marilyn Monroe's conversion to Judaism: "Now that Marilyn Monroe is kosher, Arthur Miller can eat her". He later stated that he "hadn't meant it that way".

Sure he didn't.

Account Deleted

"Kerry refuses to take questions."

Someone might ask what "success" would entail should Operation Camel Butt proceed. Or how many tons of kinetic humanitarian aid will have to be delivered on Syrian heads to win another one for the MB/AQ.

hit and run

You know, education, if you make the most of it, if you study hard and you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, uh, you, you can do well. If you don’t, you get the US stuck in Syria.

Dave (in MA)

If I'm a Syrian aspirin factory worker, I'm calling in sick for the next couple of weeks.

Ignatz

OK, my last pop culture reference for today, but it's a winner.
Bing home page had a link to Miley Cyrus's MTV Video Music Award "performance".
Couldn't make it all the way through but what I saw was the most excruciatingly embarrassing and revolting thing since....well....wait, there's got to be something worse, but nothing comes readily to mind.
Has Billy Ray shot himself yet?

NK

I'm trying to visualize what C Powell or D Rumsfeld or Condi Rice REFUSING to take questions about Afghan or Iraq would have looked like.

Ranger

New story linked by Drudge:

New poll: Syria intervention even less popular than Congress

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2013/08/26/new-poll-syria-intervention-even-less-popular-than-congress/

Only nine percent of respondents said that the Obama administration should intervene militarily in Syria

Comments are just starting and are already pretty lively. I personally like this one:

No blood for hummus! No blood for hummus!

matt

Got around to today's WSJ over lunch and again, they do an outstanding job, this in reporting on the activities of Prince Bandar taking the lead on Syria.

The Saudis understand the stakes and are perfectly willing to do what it takes to quell the extremists and the Iranian proxies.

The reporters spoke with some very well informed people who tied together the disdain the Saudis exhibit for the Qataris "300 people and a television station",, and how Abdullah in Jordan is on a razor blade.

They also detail how the Saudis have been working with McCain and Graham. Comment: interesting that McCain and Graham were just in Egypt.

Interesting that the reporters also imply the incompetence of the Administration and report that Bandar has hardly been to DC, where he was the friend of 5 presidents. Hmmmm....

"Brennan has been in periodic contact with Bandar" is one example. Obviously the Administration is way behind the power curve on this.

Bandar has been working with the Turks at arms length, and sent a clear message to the Russians to stay out of it, just as he did in '79.

I also imagine that Bandar has been working with Benny. These guys are really good at what they do and the interests of Israel and Saudi Arabia coincide closely.The question is how to tear down Assad, Hezbollah, and Iran in one nice package.

matt

Thanks, iggy. I can now never remove that image from my brain nor retrieve those 30 seconds as I watched the twerp stick her tongue out like a $20 streetwalker.

I fear that my poor psyche is irreparably damaged.

hit and run

Only nine percent of respondents said that the Obama administration should intervene militarily in Syria

This in a world in which you can almost always get at least 20% of of people to poll for anything . . . we never landed on the moon, Bush orchestrated 9/11, Miley Cyrus gave the best VMA performance ever, Obama loves America, all sorts of wacked out shit like that.

narciso

I noticed that piece, Matt, the interesting thing is that Qatar is really hogging the
limelight, from Riyadh, in Libya, Egypt and now Syria, and rarely due I read Fortune, but they had a piece of all the pieces on the monopoly table, from Siemens to the Barclay Bros, who in turn own the Telegraph.

fdcol63

Obama wouldn't do anything if he had not already beclowned himself with his "Red Line" threat of last year.

I'm usually pre-disposed to the "judicious" use of American military power when it is in our national security interest (because I'd prefer to fight our wars on someone else's territory and because most conflicts are easier to nip in the bud before they metastasize into larger regional or theater wide conflagrations), but I have no desire for even one American to die in Egypt.

Let the rest of the "international community" deal with it this time.

Obama's ignorance and bumbling - and his pro-Islamist agenda - will lead to catastrophe for the US.

fdcol63

Whoops ... Egypt shoulda been Syria.

Danube on iPad

Miley Cyrus has been a slut since about age 13.

Danube on iPad

I can't imagine even entertaining the notion that there is something the U.S. can't do without U.N. approval:

"Washington -The United States is preparing legal justification for the use of force against Syria with allies Britain and France that would circumvent the United Nations Security Council, where Russia and China have vowed to block any resolution authorizing military intervention in the conflict."

narciso

Here is the piece, I was referring to in the previous thread, and matt in this one;

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323423804579024452583045962.html

Ignatz

--I watched the twerp stick her tongue out like a $20 streetwalker.--

matt,
First, I believe you meant to say "twerk" not twerp, as in a simulated sex act with a bear and;
Second, any streetwalker that mugged like young Miley would starve to death as any prospective client would naturally assume she was suffering from an advanced case of hydrophobia or something similarly deadly and head for the hills.

daddy

Continuing today's theme of the Left getting skeptical of the brilliance of Obama, we now see this report telling us that for the recent Obama Interview on CNN, 52,000 fewer viewers than normal tuned in to watch the wretched thing:

Ratings: Obama Interview Fails to Boost CNN's 'New Day'

An interview with President Obama on Friday failed to lift the ratings of CNN's new morning news program, according to preliminary numbers.

Friday's "New Day," which featured the interview with the nation's chief executive, received no ratings bump -- and in fact posted numbers below the show's average since it launched in June.

The episode...averaged 280,000 total viewers...That's compared to the show's averages to date of 332,000 total viewers.

pagar1

" but I have no desire for even one American to die in: protecting people who live under threat they "will be punished with 50 lashes by Shari" if they kill the fleas in their beards.

LUN

centralcal

Heh, daddy - no one wants to listen to Obama any more, plus no one wants watch CNN either.

Ignatz

Apparently the NSA spies on the UN.
Wouldn't it serve our interests better if the NSA turned those intel resources to Syria and we launched cruise missles at the UN instead?

daddy

Wretchard (Richard Fernandez) has a take on Obama's shallowness in Foreign Policy which is less than complementary:

But you can imagine how persuasive Bandar and Erdogan might be alone with Obama. The tea, exotic furnishings, lapses into a foreign language, the confidences, anecdotes, the intimation of secret knowledge they’re willing to confide in him. Like nothing you would get from a Mormon or a mid-Western plumber. Why he has the inside track! Unfortunately that whispered policy has led to catastrophe. Julie Pace writing for AP describes the disappointment the President must be feeling. ”For Obama, world looks far different than expected”. It’s not working. He the expected a place on Mount Rushmore but finds himself and the country he leads shrunken on the international stage.

The Dog Ate My Homework

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Tammy Bruce was slattering Billy Ray's paternal skeelz based on Miley's performance last night. Also she used to babysit Robin Thicke, which strikes me as really funny for some inexplicable reason.

Ignatz

Fernandez;

But as his speech on “Red Lines” exemplifies the teleprompter can write checks his autopen doesn’t even know how to sign.

narciso

There's a crunchy irony Captain,

Jane -May2014 Be there or Be Square

Matt,

Are you convinced Assad is using the Sarin, not the rebels?

If so, why?

peter

The future must not belong to those who blaspheme beard lice... or something like that.

narciso
daddy

As far as I know I don't know any of these young girl singers songs.

I don't know anything about Miley Cyrus tho' I always hear how she runs around semi naked. I couldn't picj her out of a Police line-up and she doesn't appeal to me at all from the linked photos.

I don't know squat about Katy Perry except that she looks like Zoey Deschanel, she is in the Brit tabloids every other day with a brand new wardrobe malfunction, and that in Bali she screwed everybody who walked up the mountain for the magnificent Sunrise so that she could do some back to nature photo op.

And I know that Taylor Swift is pretty cute but has to have a new boyfriend every month for new song material.

So knowing nothing about any of them I think that Taylor would be the one most likely to stab somebody in the chest with a butcher knife within the next decade. The other 2 I have no predictions about.

Off to work. Bye.

matt

I am convinced of nothing in Syria, Jane, except that we should be against the bad guys; all of them.

There are very few good guys in Syria, and frankly at this point much as I would regret having visited the oldest city in the world the primary objective would seem to be destroying Hezbollah and Iran's influence, and damaging Iran as badly as we can without being dragged directly into the war. Iran has to lose this war, simple as that.

The Saudis, Turks, Egyptians, Israelis and anyone who professes any form of moderation should, I think, see this clearly.

And in the meantime, the disputes between Pakistan and India are flaring up again.

narciso

Ah a conflict with two regional nuclear powers, that can't go wrong.

Account Deleted

Thank God there's a steady hand on the putter of the great ship of state...

JIB

And in the meantime, the disputes between Pakistan and India are flaring up again

Matt,

Nothing a test cricket match can't solve. At. Singapore the U23's are in the finals of the Emerging Teams Cup. Has more to do with tempers flaring than anything. All other issues are excuses.

Jane -May2014 Be there or Be Square

Thanks Matt.

pagar1

"The Saudis, Turks, Egyptians, Israelis and anyone who professes any form of moderation should, I think, see this clearly.

And in the meantime, the disputes between Pakistan and India are flaring up again."

Moderation??///////

http://moonbattery.com/?p=35463

"Christian Sentenced to Death for Drinking Cup of Water

Moderation simply does not exist in that area of the world.

http://weaselzippers.us/2013/08/26/egyptian-islamists-forcing-christians-to-pay-sharia-jizya-tax-on-non-muslims/

Danube of Thought

ABS News's effort to defend Obama is incoherent:

The use of chemical weapons, itself, was not exactly Obama’s original “red line,” as he laid it out during a news conference at the White House on Aug. 20, 2012. For purposes of expediency and practicality, media outlets have simplified the “red line” as this: If Syria deployed chemical weapons against its own people, it would have crossed a threshold with the White House.

But what Obama said was a little less clear.

“We have been very clear to the Assad regime, but also to other players on the ground, that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized,” the president said a year ago last week. “That would change my calculus. That would change my equation.”

It was also unclear what the consequences of crossing that “red line” would be. Obama has cautioned that unilateral action, particularly without a U.N. mandate, may be unwise and could run afoul of international law. In keeping with the strategy he used in seeking international cooperation for airstrikes against Libya in 2011, Obama warned in a CNN interview last week that international cooperation is key to military intervention.

Extraneus

I'm looking forward to other pieces by AP's Julie Pace. For her to publish a hit piece on Obama's foreign policy without one mention of Hillary in 22 paragraphs, it's apparent that she's a Clintonista, but it's hard to guess how they figure such an attack helps Hillary in the short or long run without claiming that Obama overruled Hillary's sage advice on multiple occasions.

Ranger

but it's hard to guess how they figure such an attack helps Hillary in the short or long run without claiming that Obama overruled Hillary's sage advice on multiple occasions.

I think that eventually will be the narrative. If/when the Benghazi stuff starts flooding out, I expect Hillary will come out and very reluctantly admit that she desperately wanted to save the people there, but Obama just refused to authorize it.

Laura White

Poor Miley--if she was indeed a slut by 13!! Very, very sad. As for the Cherokees, go see the Vann House outside of Chatsworth (I know, I know), Georgia. Nice 18th c. estate built by the chief and led behind in the Trail of Tears. Only open Thursday through Saturday, as we discovered on a Monday recently. We could at least appreciate the iron palisades--

Dave (in MA)

daddy | August 26, 2013 at 04:42 PM, you know way more about that stuff than I do. It's not uncommon that I get stuck in traffic jams on the way home because someone I've never heard of is playing at Gillette stadium.

(A) nuther Bub

I happened to spend an hour or so today looking at youtube videos of Fred Astaire's and Ginger Rogers's song and dance numbers from the 1930s on. Did so because I just finished reading Joseph Epstein's biography of Fred Astaire and wanted to see/hear again some of the costuming, song and dance routines Epstein described in the book.

Went directly from Fred and Ginger to JOM and the link to Miley Cyprus and whatisname. Can't think of a better visual demonstration of the collapse of a country's culture than the juxtaposition of the two experiences. Going to go slash my wrists right now.

Gmax

Hugh Hewitt todays concludes that Zero is the worst ever, topping Jiminy Cricket Carter:[T]he prospect of 39 more months of the anti-president at the helm is daunting. No plans for anything except bus tours and college campus speeches, no idea how to invigorate a sputtering economy or trim a bloated budget. Just miles and miles to go before we can can all sleep without the prospect of seeing him the next day, yet again, making another meaningless speech or filibustering another softball question from a kept White House press.

maryrose

Ranger;
you are absolutely correct. remember when Hil finally stepped up to assume a modicum of responsibility for Benghazi and Bammy had to chime in that the ultimate resonse was his? However taking responsibility means nothing if you actively hide the real reasons for it and lie constantly about it. Also continue to stonewall the investigation and ultimately declare it irrelevant. There is enough blame here for both of these jokers and my guess is ValJar will not let Obama take the fall for this. Hil is going down for the Benghazi scandal. You heard it here first. It then gives the dems permission to back a younger candidate.It's a twofer!

narciso

Krystone might have come in handy, don't you think;

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323838204579003093413317418.html

maryrose

Gmax:
Excellent comment at 6:09.

maryrose

Obama also promises to continue to be absolutely wrong on every issue and its solution and to continue his anti-Midas touch.

Laura White

As Wodehouse would say re Hillary, she's so crooked she can hide at will behind a spiral staircase--

Danube on iPad

I just heard a reporter on Bret Baier refer to the destroyer Ramage, now in the eastern Med. She pronounced the name as though it rhymed with corsage. It actually rhymes with damage. She is named for Adm. Red Ramage, a WWII Medal of Honor recipient whom I was privileged to know as kid. He and my dad were at USNA together.

MarkO on vacation at an undisclosed location

Everything you need to know about Obama's foreign policy is summarized in this one chilling sentence:

'The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.'

He is a clear and present danger.

pagar1

MarkO @06:43.

Amen!

Danube on iPad

I would think that to the extent Hillary disses Obama she's going to risk a decline in black support.

Neo

Obviously, George W Bush's problem was that he didn't have a Nobel Peace Prize to use as cover for starting a war.

Clarice

So Assad's old buddy Lurch is now blathering on about "moral obscenity". Remember this is the jerk who lied to Congress and claimed his fellow servicemen were engaged in widespread atrocities.

Gmax

I think Hillary would be looking at a drop in black support NO MATTER WHAT. Its inevitable, they cant run the printing presses flat out at such a ridiculous rate every year...

Jim Miller

In the worst president contest, James Buchanan will always be a strong contender. Right now, Obama is giving Buchanan a real challenge, though.

(I assume all of you know about Buchanan's friend Rufus King. But you may not know that that King County (which includes Seattle) was named after him -- or that there was a little resistance from the obvious people, when it was renamed after MLK.)

pagar1

""moral obscenity". Remember this is the jerk who lied to Congress and claimed his fellow servicemen were engaged in widespread atrocities."

Now they are waiting for a report that can't be allowed to answer the main question.

http://weaselzippers.us/2013/08/26/the-u-n-still-a-pathetic-joke-inspectors-in-syria-forbidden-from-finding-out-who-used-chemical-weapons-only-if-they-were-used/

Gmax

Is there a bigger buffoon for Defense spokesman than Chuck Hagel. And how to describe the the dynamic duo of Kerry/Hagel? Ren and Stempie? Lewis & Martin? Abbott & Costello?

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Shocking that Reporting for Doody couldn't defuse this with some smart diplomacy like talking fluently in French which always gets the DeMFM moist whether they can understand a word of it or not. The frustration of Thurston Howell the Turd must be overwhelming as he bellows to Lovey "Don't they know who I am?"

Gmax

Another person who looks like what Obama's son would look like arrested in Spokane. A criminal record at 16. I am awaiting the denunciation of these animals by the NAACP...

henry

Mylie & Gaga

Extraneus

I think that eventually will be the narrative.

Obama would have to be in on it, though, right? I don't see him taking the fall for her unless it's his idea to do so. One word from him or his people could easily sink the HMS Pants Suit.

Threadkiller

Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber

maryrose

gmax:
So true!
Sue and NJJan ; Belated Happy Birthday!
Elliott and all who wished my 27 year old son Happy Birthday-Thank you! I have been away from the threads this weekend but I am enjoying catching up on all of the great comments.
Miley Cyrus recently got back together with her boyfriend so she is feeling her oats. Her new haircut is fugly however.

Account Deleted

GMax,

Try Karl, Zeppo and Harpo.

narciso

I did not know that Jim, but somehow I suspected it. the irony was too obvious to ignore Captain,

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