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July 01, 2008

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eightnine2718281828mu5e

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frak off troll
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All that money on finishing school...

BobS

At least 89 isn't as bad CheChe(Guerva) from last summer. But I think he has a little too much faith in Obama's position on Iraq as he's likely to change it to "me, too!"

centralcal

Look guys - silence is the only thing that repels the sick and twisted 89.

Whenever everyone stops titting for tatting with 89, 89 goes away.

Telling him off (and Jane did the job damn well) just sends thrills up his leg (just like Chrissy over Obamamessiah).

Sue

Is it something I wrote/said?:-)

The old lady...

eightnine2718281828mu5e

link

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Blog readers seem to exhibit strong homophily. That is to say, they overwhelmingly choose blogs that are written by people who are roughly in accordance with their political views. Left wingers read left wing blogs, right wingers read right wing blogs, and very few people read both left wing and right wing blogs. Those few people who read both left wing and right wing blogs are considerably more likely to be left wing themselves; interpret this as you like.
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Soylent Red

Just remember glasater...

The Germans didn't see it coming either. They thought they were doing the right thing for their country.

The international press also lauded how far Hitler had brought Germany in just three short years.

I seen it written elsewhere that fascism when it comes to the US won't be funny little men with mustaches and torchlight rallies. It will look like hope and change.

BobS

A healthy reminder for all unenlightened right-wing colleagues here is something I've always kept close - Tom Sowells "The Vision of the Anointed." Here's one of Sowell's concluding propositions:

"Opposition to the vision of the anointed (liberals) is not due to a different reading of complex and inconclusive evidence, but exists because opponenst are lacking, either intellectually or morally, or both."

Charlie (Colorado)

Take the little jockey off the Whitehouse lawn?

Did you know, by the way, that those little jockeys commemorate a heroic act by a black person in the Revolutionary War and are actually a signpost used by the Underground Railroad?

Charlie (Colorado)

Blog readers seem to exhibit strong homophily.

Well, it's true that I do have a lot of gay friends.

eightnine2718281828mu5e

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I seen it written elsewhere that fascism when it comes to the US won't be funny little men with mustaches and torchlight rallies.
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'road warrior' economic conditions are what brings the crazies out of the woodwork; that's when people will believe anyone with a good line and they'll gladly submit to burning the true enemies of the state.

We ain't there yet, but maybe something to look forward to during the McCain administration.

eightnine2718281828mu5e

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Well, it's true that I do have a lot of gay friends.
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You tease. ;-)

ben

89 is an Obama shill that could easily be replaced by a bot that would after each post bleat out "Obama good, McCain bad". If you bother to read the trash he writes, its basically a repetition of everything he posted the first day, very Obamaesque in the sense that its entirely "talking point scripted". If, as had been suggested, he is paid for this "service" his financier or mentor should feed him some new material. Better than yesterday's molehill size "McCain back tax scandal" btw.

BobS

Is "road warrior economics" going to the new demonic term the left uses to attack republicans with like they did "vodoo economics" or "trickle down economics"?

Just wondering.

bad

My college kid has been a McCain fan for a number of years, starting about 8th grade. He loves McCain's military background and his shot down pilot, war hero, flippin'off the enemy stuff. He likes his "mavericky,"
"screw you," attitude. He's cynical about how much change can actually be achieved in Washington but sees a need for a Commander in Chief who knows America rocks and will defend the USA to his last breath.

Bottom line TM, I think McCain would do well on the college circuit. My kids not the only arrogant patriot on college campuses.

glasater

Sue--:-)

Soylent--I think we are all subject to God's "time" and we really are "seeing through a glass darkly".

And to repeat Kim--he's not a bot--he's a bureau.

ben

While polls show Democrats favored over Republicans on general "issues" like health care, the same polls show that more people agree with McCain's stated positions on these same issues: on Iraq more people agree with McCain's approach than with Obama's. On drilling for oil also. On taxes ditto. On the role of the government in society ditto. On socialized medicine ditto. On terrorism ditto. On military issues ditto. On guns ditto. So Obama is riding the personality wave, but maybe as the election gets closer more people will focus on which candidate is really closer to their core views and values, and less on the messiah concept.

Rick Ballard

"Has Obama been afraid all of his life?"

When Obama shoved Clark under the bus yesterday, did he do so from fear? IMO - he's as spineless a hack as I've seen in many years but there is a difference between acting out of fear and acting out of calculation.

Clark, and now Webb are understandably seeking to minimize the value of McCain's service because of the total lack of qualification possessed by Senator Obama. No surprise there, any more than Obama's treatment of Clark in the aftermath of his gaffe is surprising.

It would be interesting to see the vigorous development of the contrast between Obama's wholly craven conduct towards those whom he deems to be "not helpful" and McCain's refusal to grab a ride home from the Hanoi Hilton before anyone else.

Is there anyone whom Obama will not abandon at the first hint of discomfort? He even put his wife through a reeducation camp after she crammed both feet into her mouth (a truly remarkable feat, considering the location of her head).

There must someone who Obama will not betray. Any guesses as to who it might be?

JM Hanes

bad:

That "young" moniker is intriguing.

When you stop to think about it, it's really pretty amazing that 47 could seem so young and callow, isn't it?

JM Hanes

"What I did was the equivalent of chatting with a person in a wheelchair or holding the door open for them."

Congratulations, 89. That may just be the most obtuse thing ever written on these boards.

ben

"Democratic Party Official Charged With Satanic Ritual Sex Crimes"

Read all about it on Powerline. Much more exciting than 89's fizzled McCain tax scandal that wasn't.

clarice

It's interesting but not surprising that O is sending his toadies out to attack McCain's strength--his service. This genius play was used by Kerry when his pal Beers recruited Munchausen to attack Bush as a liar on the war. Same crapola.

Jane

Goldman Sachs employees are the biggest donators to Obama's campaign. The poll on the right says Goldman Sachs predicts $200 a barrel oil.

Coincidence?

clarice

I'd really like to see those hopey changey collegians living in an Obama economy--Actually, it would be fun to see how miserable they'd be, but not so fun to see the rest of us like that.

ben

A toadie is a toadie, but I am still surprised Clark took the assignment. I think that he is a few clowns short of a circus, but as a retired General, you would think he would as least respect McCain's service. I wonder what his price was, maybe Secretary of Defense.

LindaK

Clark is still making the media rounds so rumors that he was thrown off the bus may be premature. He was just on NPR denigrating McCain's Vietnam service because it wasn't really confronting strategic reality that a president needs to. He then gave an example of what valid presidential-like experience would be. Surprise, surprise, his own stint in Europe with NATO. Inference that being a POW was a limiting, non-strategic experience.

The reporter actually challenged him on why McCain's military experience was inconsequential and John Kerry's brief stint in VIetnam was. She confronted him with his own florid, brown-nosey 2006 endorsement -- guess he was looking for a job in that admin, too -- and he kind of sputtered.

But recovered with a comparison of BO's vastly superior foreign policy experience due to BO's appreciation of the place of the US in the world.

Right. That's comforting. This guy is a clown.

sbw

Jane, your 2:22 is a delightfully worded mirror held up to he-who-if-named-in-any-way-will-not-hear-the-substance-but-will-take-it-as-encouragement.

sbw

In reciprocation for giving a liberal teacher a copy of O'Rourke's "On the Wealth of Nations", I was given an American liberal tag team's political science tract on why this generation, by virtue of the timeliness of its birth is Destined For Greatness While Not having To Think. These political Science academics believe in small-t truths that, because they can be syntactically strung together, feel valid. So long as they have passion, they feel the victory of O! is assured.

These people have learned nothing in school. There is no doubt. There is no sense of any insight another side might offer. God help us from self-absorption.

PaulL

Check out Obama showing what he really thinks of the Press, when a reporter asks him a question he doesn't like:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=if0guuE-HXE

PaulL

One of these previously unknown states that make up the 57 (or 58) that Obama mentioned, one of them may have just been revealed: It's called "Ohier".

Porchlight

From HotAir:

Obama: Clark’s words were an “inartful” distraction

"Inartful" is the new "nuanced"! Apparently the term is Axelrodian in origin (surprise).

Jane

Thanks sbw - I'd like that poorly placed comma back tho.

Rick Ballard

Porchlight,

I suppose this means that we should add 'The Inartful Dodger' to the list of Lightweight Vibrator's noms du jour.

"So long as they have passion, they feel the victory of O! is assured."

SBW - Have you seen any interviews with Senator Lamont about his views on the subject?

narciso

You can trust the media to always get in wrong; About Col. Bud Day, they label him
as a Swift Boater, not as a fellow POW and 'guest' along with McCain at the Hanoi
Hilton. It is the latter connection, that explains the former. This is not an accident
as it is designed to deligitimize anything else he says about Obama. It's what they called in the early era of Castro's Cuba, the "coletilla". Webb's recent flank attack,
makes me think that he's reconsidered about joining the party that called him a war criminal when he was at GeorgeTown Law. The slug line on Al Nashiri, is of course
'alleged bomber, charged in the USS Cole attack. Of course, Boumedienne, has made increasingly unlikely that he be tried by a tribunal;necessitating a long trial that will likely be delayed consistently until you have a plea, the world of "Law & Order" applied to terrorism. I read over the D.C. appeals court decision releasing Farhat, and
it is remarkably free of law; except the
three consecutively flawed precedents of
Hamdi, Hamdan, & Boumedienne. His statements
about having no quarrel with the US; are taken at face value; the past history of the ETIM are disregarded, like we say facts don't matter, law doesn't matter, only
'hope and change' and of course, find some way to hang Bush and Cheney, that's a constant.

centralcal

OT: Just a fabulous picture! Be sure to see both images. Link in my name.

Porchlight
I suppose this means that we should add 'The Inartful Dodger' to the list of Lightweight Vibrator's noms du jour.

You betcha Rick. Brings to mind a favorite song:

Yes the candidate's a dodger,
Yes a well-known dodger.
Yes the candidate's a dodger,
Yes and I'm a dodger too.

He'll meet you and treat you,
And ask you for your vote.
But look out boys,
He's a-dodgin' for your note.

Yes we're all dodgin'
A-dodgin', dodgin', dodgin'.
Yes we're all dodgin'
Out away through the world.

Rick Ballard

Geez - Darleen at PW already beat me to The Inartful Dodger. That's what I get or being inoriginal in my thinking.

Jane

Fabulous Cantralcal!

Dennis D

Terrible Idea. No Doubt the Anti War crowd will be given Carte Blanche at such an event. McCain should hold this elsewhere

sbw

Rick: Have you seen any interviews with Senator Lamont about his views on the subject?

Nope. Something I should avoid, huh?

Patrick R. Sullivan

Amir Taheri has a good explanation of what is at stake in this election:

NO one should feel safe without submitting to Islam, and those who refuse to submit must pay a high price. The Islamist movement must aim to turn the world into a series of "wildernesses" where only those under jihadi rule enjoy security.

These are some of the ideas developed by al Qaeda's chief theoretician, Sheik Abu-Bakar Naji, in his new book "Governance in the Wilderness" (Edarat al-Wahsh).

Middle East analysts think that the book may indicate a major change of strategy by the disparate groups that use al Qaeda as a brand name.

....Once parallel societies are established throughout the world, they would exert pressure on non-Muslims to submit. Naji believes that, subjected to constant intimidation and fear of death, most non-Muslims (especially in the West) would submit: "The West has no stomach for a long fight."

The only Western power still capable of resisting is the United States, he believes. But that, too, will change once President Bush is gone.

....Naji's theory is built on the concept of terror as the main organizing principle of the mini-states he hopes to set up everywhere in preparation for the coming Caliphate. ....

Naji's message is stark: Western civilization is doomed. Its last bastion, America, lacks the will for a long war. The "infidel" loves life and treats it as an endless feast. Jihadis have to ruin that feast and persuade the "infidel" to abandon this world in exchange for greater rewards in the next.

Obama's election would reinforce Naji's theory.

bad

PaulL

Thanks for the tip. ObamaSIGHuh starts talking without a teleprompter and I am agog that someone so inarticulate is considered a great speaker. W is an oratory giant in comparison.

Obama reminds me of a hyperlexic child: able to read fluently but unable to understand or discuss any of what he/she just read.

centralcal

Apparently, the Big O isn't having SRO crowds lately either. Rush has a great photo on his web site of the patriotic speech in Kansas - a couple hundred empty chairs out of capacity of 1,000.

Jor

LOL. TM -- you are definitely showing you age. Obama will kill McCain in a college setting. Obama is half his age, and can practically dunk on him. Obama listens to JayZ, McCain listens to oldies. You *really* are out of touch, and anyone who thinks this is waaaaaay out of touch.

centralcal

oops, speech in MO not KS.

Sue

I wouldn't worry too much about the college crowd. They don't seem to vote in large quantities. Us old geezers are the ones who trot down to the voting booth.

Jor

Sue -- you old geezers are part of the problem. Its time to hand off leadership to the next generation. You guys have had your shot long enough.

bad

Sue

Obama is half his age, and can practically dunk on him. Obama listens to JayZ, McCain listens to oldies,

Well I'm sold. How about you?

hit and run

Jor:
you old geezers are part of the problem. Its time to hand off leadership to the next generation.

Heh. That's good. If only electing a president was conducted via internet poll these darn old geezers could be marginalized.

Otherwise, the "next generation" NOT voting is THE problem with your prescription.

Jane

Its time to hand off leadership to the next generation. You guys have had your shot long enough.

Why? What makes you qualified? Too stupid to know better or something else?

Rocco

Dirt Off Your Shoulder

JayZ

[Verse One]
I probably owe it to y'all, probably to be locked by the force
Tryin to hustle some things, that go with the Porsche
Feelin no remorse, feelin like my hand was forced
Middle finger to the law, nigga grippin ma balls
Stab the ladies they love me, from the bleachers they screamin
All the ballers is bouncin, they like the way I be leanin
All the rappers be hatin, off the track that I'm makin
But all the hustlers they love it just to see one of us make it
Came from the bottom the bottom, to the Top of the Pops
Nigga London, Japan and I'm straight off the block
Like a running back, get it man, I'm straight off the block
I can run it back nigga cause I'm straight with the Roc

I thank my lucky stars kids don't vote!

JM Hanes

"Has Obama been afraid all of his life?"

What I recognize in the Obama approach is a kind of insecurity that's probably typical of folks who have been moved around dramatically growing up. It's not the same thing as simply being afraid. By the time I was 12, we had moved from Massachusetts to Iowa and back, and down to South Carolina, all of which made for serious culture shock back then.

My mother pretty well summed up the rules of that road later on when a young couple who were moving asked her for advice: Never talk about the great place you came from; nobody cares. Find things to praise about where you are and talk about that. Look around to see what's needed, and provide it; volunteer yourself wherever your energy might be useful. When there are things you think need changing, pay your dues and become part of the community before you expect to make a difference. Even if you'll be moving again in another year or two or ten, commit yourself to the idea that you are there for good and act accordingly. Stick to your guns, quietly.

There were a couple of other general rules like never cracking jokes about somebody else's job, even if they do. They've already heard it, and even if they laugh, you've just diminished them professionally which never feels good. And then there was the special proviso for the south: Don't talk about people behind their backs, because you're talking to their cousins.

What almost every bit of that advice essentially requires is observing and adapting to the culture around you -- which includes observing and anticipating how people will react to what you say and do -- and then finding a place for yourself within it. In our case, the insecurity of being the new kids on an alien block, hoping to fit in, was offset by a supportive, independent minded family at home.

The downside of such adaptive behaviour without the essential core is that you turn into a manipulative, self-absorbed, chamaeleon. Even if Obama's goals are, in fact, both lofty and idealistic, there's a point at which trying to be all things to all people just doesn't work any more, and a scale at which the kind of observation that serves so well on an intimate basis grows ever less acute as the horizon progresses toward infinity. His speeches sound great, but when I read them I'm always struck by just how stale his observations are.

Rick Ballard

Sue,

There are only 18 million thumbsuckers stuck in indoctrination centers (including all the 6th year sophmores). The total voting age population in 2008 is 229 million. The population count for the over 50 crew is 90+ million while there are only 50 million in the 18-29 "ignorance is bliss" contingent upon which Obots have pinned so much hope.

It's amusing to watch the Obots count cracked eggs as full grown chickens.

Soylent Red

Heh. Old geezers.

I hope they go with that line of reasoning, insofar as old geezers are officially in the majority in this country.

That should work out nicely for the Obamessiah.

Word to yo mutha.

JM Hanes

Sorry Jor, you'll get your turn at the steering wheel when you can pry it out of our palsied hands.

Jor

Actually, as someone in medicine, I see old people's cognitive decline around me daily. I see their patience decrease and their stubbornness increase. You don't need any qualification to realize this country is on the wrong track -- and part of the problem isn't democrat or republican -- but that we have a generation who has been in power for too long and needs their old views to go.

Jane

JM Hanes,

What a brilliant mother you have!

Soylent Red

JMH:

I am reminded of the eternal and cruel joke of lawn mowing. That is...

You really, really want to push the lawn mower. So you badger your dad until finally, one day, you are "old enough".

Then from that day on, it becomes your "job". And it sucks.

Until one day, you have a son, who keeps badgering you about wanting to push the lawn mower...

Or, you could just hire an illegal to be your gardener. Which blows the metaphor altogether.

Soylent Red

Actually, as someone in on medicine,

Fixed it.

 Ann

And JMH's brilliant mother had a brilliant daughter.

The south has all the good lines, God bless em.

 Ann

I shoulda said "Bless their hearts".

And look there is Soylent, "He's a tall glass of water".

bad

As someone in medicine

Have there been any big advances in bedpans lately?

Sue

Sue -- you old geezers are part of the problem.

Nonsense, I have not yet begun to defile myself.

Sue

bad,

Well I'm sold. How about you?

Yep!

clarice

Ann, you do know the southern meaning of "God bless_______" HEH

Sue

Don't talk about people behind their backs, because you're talking to their cousins.

That only applies if you aren't from the south. We talk about people all the time, 'cause we know who is kin and who isn't. ::grin::

Bill in AZ

Rick, you forgot the dead folks who vote lib in swing states only. As a voting block, they wield significant power.

Sue

but that we have a generation who has been in power for too long and needs their old views to go.

Well, unless you have euthanasia in mind, before November, we aren't going anywhere just yet.

Rocco

Guess Bama's Marxist beliefs are a new concept among our youth. I'm outta Geritol...be back in a bit!

bad

ObamaSIGHuh is big among the "feel-don't think" crowd.

centralcal

jor is supposedly someone "in medicine" and he makes those nasty statements? Hmm, wouldn't want jor as my nurses aid, or even Pharmacist. He/she is obviously not a doctor.

JM Hanes

"The south has all the good lines, God bless em."

LOL! Southerns as a whole, are considerably politer to each other than folks in other parts of the country, which someone once pointed out means you have to get creative when you want to insult someone. If you insert "little" into "Bless their hearts," you can say almost anything, for example: "That girl's been oaring around town since the day she left home, bless her little heart."

All those rubes in Appalachia have forgotten more about story telling than the blue state Hollywood crowd will ever learn. Everything's a story; getting yourself to the grocery store is a story -- explaining why you decided not to go to the grocery store today is a story! I heard one of my all time favorite expressions riding up a mountain in the back of a truck, with an old geezer who contentemplated my husband's boots, looked up and said, "I b'lieve he growed twelve years on the ground, afore he turned up." Even your boots are a story.

bad

From WaPo:

'That was a little intemperate,'" Obama said of the sometimes heated words his campaign aimed at Bill Clinton.

inartful, intemperate...... inane must be next?

Jane

Actually, as someone in medicine

As someone in medicine, you probably know the results of malpractice can be lethal. And if you don't, ask someone in law.

JM Hanes

Sue:

Don't I know it! A couple of months ago I found myself explaining how so-and-so was related to so-and-so through her father's much older sister's first marriage or some such yada, yada and stopped dead in my tracks right in the middle of it because I just couldn't believe I actually knew all that stuff -- or thought someone else would want to hear it.::)

JM Hanes

bad:

Don't forget boneheaded, as in real estate deals, and carelessness, as in forgetting to plug in your flag pin.

clarice

actually Ann, I think the expression I'm thinkingof is really"Bless her heart.."

hit and run

JMH:
All those rubes in Appalachia have forgotten more about story telling than the blue state Hollywood crowd will ever learn. Everything's a story

That's my JOM Mission Statement!

kim

Old doctors never die; they just lose their patience.
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bad

Surely this situation could have been handled more gracefully.

from WaPo's The Trail:

As Barack Obama toured the Eastside Community Ministry here, the children in for tutoring oohed and ahed, asking for the usual autographs and posing for the cameras.

But as Obama left, a boy tried to give him a fist bump. "If I start that...'' Obama's voice trailed off, and he turned away.

Couldn't he have done it....for the children?

link under my name

JM Hanes

hit! You ARE a story! How's life in them thar hills?

JM Hanes

bad: That's really pathetic, isn't it?

hit: Hate to tell you this, but as I was going to get a sweater, I checked out the thermometer in your honor: 66 degrees. It's like being in the mountains, without the 7 million mile drive....

hit and run

Life is good in these here hills.

You can LUN if you like. One post from these here hills so far, another to come shortly (probably during your prime time, actually).

The weather is fantastic -- it's a much later spring here than normal, which means the flowers are hitting their peak now. The snowpack just melted back from the base of the mountain last week.

clarice

A 7 million mile drive with 2 kids in the back seat,jmh....

Soylent Red

with 2 kids in the back seat,

who gotta peeeeeee

centralcal

Okay, Hit, all that running water made me have to go to the ....

Well, anyway. Were those tall blue flowers, Lupines? They were beautiful.

And, one small gripe. I wanted to see Hit, Mrs. Hit, and all the little hits sitting beside one of those streaming images! Durn!

clarice

You're on MY side of the seat, Soylent. Move or I'll tell............

hit and run

Oh gosh -- the kids? They were perfect. Really.

If you promise not to tell, mrs hit and run is harder to keep under control than them.

who gotta peeeeeee

Exactly what I'm talking about.

I didn't say that. This must be a fake hit and run!

Besides, to head off any scurilous rumors to the contrary -- mrs hit and run *DID* contribute to the drive. Out of the 32 hours the trip took, she drove 1 hour.

Soylent Red

Shoot hit...

You came right through my hometown if your map is accurate. I would have fed and entertained you and everything.

Soylent Red

Stop looking at me Clarice.

Hit! She's still looking at me.

Man, I used to love road trips with the sisters and the old geezers.

hit and run

centralcal:
Well, anyway. Were those tall blue flowers, Lupines? They were beautiful.

Yes! Lupines, great call! I have a Flora post going up shortly -- princess hit and run and I took a stroll of the property taking pics of the flowers today...

And, one small gripe. I wanted to see Hit, Mrs. Hit, and all the little hits sitting beside one of those streaming images! Durn!

Yes. I have such pics. But I've jealously guarded the images of the family. I could put up pics with the yellow smiley faces photoshopped over the real mugs, if you like.

clarice

We did that stuff on purpose, as I recall..And we always seemed to know exactly how far we could go before their irritation turned to homicide,Soylent.

It was really the most fun to deny a need to use the bathroom, wait till we'd pulled out into traffic and then whine that we had to go....

 Ann

who gotta peeeeeee


Watch Hit's Videos!!!

hit and run

Soylent:
You came right through my hometown if your map is accurate. I would have fed and entertained you and everything.

Yup, I also went right through Walter's hometown and missed him. We were on a mission. We had a time to beat. We didn't.

I Blame Bush Cracker Barrel.

We won't be going back that way -- we leave here for Texas -- otherwise, you'd have the whole brood on your doorstep in two weeks, half of us doing jumping jacks with pent up energy . . . and the kids crossing their legs needing to peeeeee!!!!

bad

Near the end of a long road trip as my husband opened a soda, our then three year old said indignantly, "Daddy, don't drink and drive."

Soylent Red

Heh Clarice. The old geezers had a very low threshold for shenanigans. But as a child I learned very quickly how to torment people without making noise. Right about the same time I learned to DENY EVERYTHING.

Retrospectively, my parents are saints.

Aaron

'As to TM's question "Has Obama been afraid all of his life?", I'm sure that there was a time while he was at madrassa in Indonesia during which he felt relatively secure.'

He didn't go to a madrassa, but would 500% say he would not have felt secure or happy as a half-black American in an Indonesian primary school. He was probably teased a lot and did not feel comfortable at all. Kids can be very bad this way.

bad

Out of the 32 hours the trip took...

Hope ya made daaaaammmn good time.

 Ann

My husband always tells me great stories of his family traveling in their station wagon with six kids, the family cat, and no air conditioning.

The same great man, Bless his heart, installed a beautiful fountain in my garden. Hit's video brought back memories of
the many trips I took to the bathroom until I got use to it. :)

Sue

or thought someone else would want to hear it.::)

::grin:: My children's eyes glaze over when I start trying to tell them who so-n-so is and how they are related to us.

JM Hanes

Well, shoot, hit. I post to you here, then discover you're over in the Wind thread, so I post over there and discover you're over here. You're probably posting over there, right now, aren't you?

Great pix! I take it back, it's not like the mountains here. It is 66 65° though.

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