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Thursday, October 28, 2004
Good video!

Eminem's "Mosh"
Thursday, October 21, 2004
JB, remember to vote!
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
So money can't solve the stupidity problem.

"Oh no, I'm worth hundreds of millions, but I can't remember to eat."


I've just explained Republicans.

I don't really give a flying shit if a star gets plastic surgery and I don't care if Barry Bonds does roids (and the MLB shouldn't either - 73 home runs makes people watch games).

Just to make it clear:


Now, with that said, who the hell is advising these women to literally ruin, er, mutilate themselves?

To close,

I just saw the instructions for using/getting repairs for the "colored copier." I'm sure this an honest mistake, but when I think "colored copier," I'm thinking of a guy that looks like me down in the mail room. Don't let me get started on the instruction list either. I'm thinking about removing the "ed".

Monday, October 18, 2004

I need 30 minutes to pass. NOW.
Saturday, October 16, 2004
I love you John Stewart.
Friday, October 15, 2004
This just makes me so mad.
Monday, October 11, 2004
For the record, I don't think this is ok, and I wouldn't think it was ok, even if it was anti-Bush...
I tried not to hit him, but I was going 60 mph. He ran under the car and should have been fine...unfortunately for him, I have TWO tires on either side. He's dead now and I killed him.
Thursday, October 07, 2004
Ok, just read Gene's chat. Lots of good stuff in here. I can't copy it all.
Stolen blatantly from Gene Weingarten's chat:

Deba, TN: Gene, durnig last week's debate, I noticed that President Bush said jokingly of Senator Kerry, "I try not to hold it against him that he went to Yale." Considering that Bush himself went to Yale, what is that joke supposed to mean? I'm baffled.
And when will Woodward and Bernstein expose that "Liz" and Wonkette are the same person? Ha. You insult us both.

Gene Weingarten: This was not remotely the oddest thing that Bush said. When he was talking about having met with a woman whose husband was killed in Iraq, he said:

"You know, it's hard work to try to love her as best as I can, knowing full well that the decision I made caused her loved one to be in harm's way."

Doesn't it seem a little crass for Bush to be putting the moves on a war widow?

WHAT IS THIS MAN TALKING ABOUT? And is this related to the way he said that obstetricians "practice their love" on their patients?

That was quite a debate, wasn't it? Bush looked like a man in severe intestinal distress.

I am sure that even at this moment, handlers are working on Cheney to try to transform that crooked sneer into something resembling a smile, no? "No, no, Mr. Vice President, you still look too much like Montgomery Burns..."
I've been waiting for someone to do this.
Wednesday, October 06, 2004
If you have a few minutes, and NOTHING to do - click here.
Tuesday, October 05, 2004
I don't know what a lot of these mean - ok, I don't know what MOST of them mean, but I do know that there are a LOT of them.
Monday, October 04, 2004
I just want to mention my new favorite website: Catches politicians when they fib a bit.
And while I'm here - What a horrible wonderful weekend. Friday night started when a project I had promised to finish (before having the deadline pushed back) was completed on time and my project manager was demoing the old version to the CEO when I finished it. So I slid next to him and said, hey hold on a sec, let me plug in the new version! Sounds good, looks smooth right?!

Except the damn manager says something like - "What?! You got it working! " ruining my smooth Rob style. A-B-C Always Be Closing!!! And my damn manager ruined it. Reminds me of a movie...

Anyways Friday night was a power hour and naps on the bathroom floor, Saturday was a big bbq with friends and siblings, Sunday was IHOP and recovering. All in all a good weekend.

Blah blah blah, nothing more to say here.
Saturday, October 02, 2004
Thank you all for the birthday kudos. My father even called to wish me a happy birthday. Late, of course, but wierd nonetheless. I have not blogged in a while, mostly because I still do not know where all of the time is going. It used to be August, like yesterday! Anyway, keep blogging beucase, when I do get online, I have something funny to read.
Friday, October 01, 2004
Another son of another Republican president switches sides.

It's nice, now Ron has company.
These days, Mr. Bush and other administration officials often talk about the 10.5 million Afghans who have registered to vote in this month's election, citing the figure as proof that democracy is making strides after all. They count on the public not to know, and on reporters not to mention, that the number of people registered considerably exceeds all estimates of the eligible population. What they call evidence of democracy on the march is actually evidence of large-scale electoral fraud.

The Article

What's interesting is that if you look up the figures on the internet, you'll get different results, but they all agree on one thing: particularly among the male population, FAR more people are registered to vote than are actually eligible. If you consider that women are also far less likely to register, that means that there are probably a lot of female registrations that aren't valid, but the number registered just doesn't exceed the eligible population...yet.
So happy B-day JB! What are you? 40 now? Getting old;) !

Oh and Margaret - what do you say to a woman with two black eyes?

I'm just kidding, just kidding...

Did anyone happen to catch 44 ripping 43 a new one last night? I thought it was pretty damn good. He didn't really pull any punches and made some good points and at the same time didn't really seem like he was taking potshots.

And while the polls have been all over the place lately, I thought this was telling. That's about all from me .