I’m just whoring my blog again
Maybe after the election I’ll feel safe enough to return fer real…lol…doubt my blood pressure could stand much time in here.
Anyways, several of you asked me to make an announcement when I added to the blog(I’m such a whore, I know.), so, uh, I’m announcing the fact that I’ve added to the blog.
laters fellers, see ya in December, I guess
It was sure good to see you here, Hux. Godspeed.
I am sure you could handle a day or two in here if you wore your patented pickle jar on your head. THink of it as sound proofing and a helmet all in one.
Blog away oh’ Huxtable Jones! (Song in there somewhere?)
I would’nt wait for December to come back. Here’s two scenarios fer ya;
1. Kerry loses. The fall-out from the left will be intolerable. The right will be OK.
2. Kerry wins. The fall-out from the right will be intolerable. The left will be crowing like they just scored some leg for the first time.
Either way, those in the middle will have to endure ALL the fall-out.
TG – Middleman.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed above are just that. Opinions. Like butt-holes, everybody’s got one.
Dang it all! Here I am feedin’ the freakin’ bears…
Hux - do I dare believe that you support Bush from your comments?
No, that’s just you injecting your own bias into approximately 20 words of mine.
I don’t support anybody in particular. Here’s a real challenge for you - discuss an issue without using any of the following words:
For example - Medical care continues to cost more and more. There are those who believe a socialist-ic (I don’t mean this as a bad word) universal health care system could be contructed to remedy this situation using existing knowledge infrastructure and without greatly increasing the tax burden on anyone.
ideas? wanna pick another issue? remember, no names, no overly simplified political labels. Tom oughta get a kick out of this one
Or would you rather continue to quibble over typesets from the 70’s?
Quibbling over lies vs. truth is always worth doing, plus the type-writer issue is interesting because it's a real detective type story.
ya, I gotcha. Quibble away.
Hux - I do like your suggestion about discussion avoiding those words. It’s very similar to a songwriting/lyric writing exercise I saw once where you had to write a love song but avoid using words like “love”, “heart”, familiar metaphors, etc. It’s very hard to do!
I agree we/I should try it.
Well, as a Brit who has absolutely no interest in American politics, I find that challenge easy, so here I go:
Last time I visited Ireland, it was a two week stay in County KERRY, a beautiful part of the world.
Sadly however, a lot of the local historical sites have been vandalised, an old castle I looked at was covered in Graffiti, "I'm suRE A GANg of young thugs did that" said my host.
Didn't do a lot, drank a lot of Guinness accompanied by a LIBERAL amount of BUSHmills , watched old TV shows, including my favourite, Cheyenne with Clint Walker. In fact it was my host who called out, "Hey Ali, it's CLINT ON the TV".
My host is a web site designer, and he was in the process of converting all his old VHS tapes into digital format, (either MPG or AVI). My favourite was the aVI E.T., (NAMed best film of the 80's by the Academy), which was an excellent transfer.
The food over there was great too, especially the chicken which I ate whole, including both the LEFT and the RIGHT WING.
But it wasn't a cheap vacation, I must have spent at least 2000 quid at a CONSERVATIVE estimate, but at least it was a break from all the political crap on this forum!
Very good, Ali!