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Wednesday, November 24, 2004
Since I know my sister won't have time to blog this,

I'd like to welcome to the world Davis Geoffrey Zetlan! At 7lbs, 1 oz and 21 inches long, he's already well on his way to becoming a full-sized Zetlan. Congrats to Gen and Scott for a job well done. So far, anyway.
Monday, November 22, 2004
Madame Baxton, your post - funny.
On Hydrocodone - even funnier.
On too much Hydrocodone because the nurse said you could double up the dosage - Priceless
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I can't stop laughing. Or crying.
Friday, November 19, 2004
I saved the world!
I now declare the season to recycle Christmas jokes open. Have your fun, people. You earned it.
http://www.wtv-zone.com/LadyBoheme/dearsanta.html
Thursday, November 18, 2004
For those of you with WAY too much time on your hands....a gift.
Wednesday, November 17, 2004
Oh, it's appropriate...

Congrats, by the way, go out to Smitty and Leila!
Ever since the GOP got its mandate, I've been on a blogger hiatus. I've missed the blog though. So I've returned. How appropriate is the name of this little piece of web heaven?
Wednesday, November 10, 2004
But no! It's not a joke! It's TRUE!
Sunday, November 07, 2004
Wow - this made me feel better.
Friday, November 05, 2004
Well, there could be a very simple explanation as to why Bush got SO MANY more votes than Kerry, even though EVERYONE - even Republicans - thought Kerry was going to win.

Oh. My. God.
Thursday, November 04, 2004
Rob, I think the most telling statistics in there are the ones where the votes are broken down by education level...
While I hate what it may imply about the values/issues that are important to the American people, I'd say this was a rather historic election.
This election yielded the first increase in national voter registration in something like 30 years.
Bush received more votes than any other candidate in history.

I'd say those two things are rather historic.

While I'm glad Kerry got NH, I'm really shocked that even with the high voter turnout in the younger demographic (18 - 29) was split 45bush to 54 kerry! Blah blah blah



Wednesday, November 03, 2004
Thank you, cnn.com, for overdramatizing EVERYTHING...

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush called his victory over John Kerry "historic" Wednesday as he became the first Republican president to win re-election since Ronald Reagan in 1984.

Um…huh? How is this historic?
Some angels died today - Bush was re-elected.


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Sure, Mr. President, go right ahead. You want to invade another country without any reason or provocation? You want to lie to us and lead us to believe you have evidence when there isn't any? You want to alienate our allies while provoking our enemies?

Fine. Go right ahead. CLEARLY, we're OKAY with that. Look, World, we re-elected him! We're FINE with it!
Tuesday, November 02, 2004
First in Line at the crack of dawn baby, I voted with the 80 year olds!
Have you voted today?

If not, you're a BAD PERSON.

:-)