Saturday, May 6, 2006

Clowns visit Mayo whilst cheeseaters play adult marbles with squirrels.

Never be surprised when a Kennedy either gets special treatment to help them avoid prosecution or admits to a substance abuse problem. Too wasted to drive, yet sober enough to remember to claim he was rushing to a congressional vote, thereby allowing him special protection (although Congress was closed at the time (3AM)). And now this pill-popping drunkard is going to do his second stint in five months at Mayo to help with his “chronic disease.”

What an f’g loser. The entire clan is a complete waste of carbon. Time to cull the herd, eh? Hey, Rep. McKinney! Do you perceive special treatment for this rich, white fellow democrat?

Speaking of all things Kennedy, I had no idea that clowns had a news site. They do draw lines (as well as ring bells and wear big shoes): Their editor shares, “Since we are a 'happy' newspaper, we ignore the stories of people dressed up as a clown, who do bad things.” I guess that excludes coverage of Michael Jackson and Hillary Clinton. But maybe they can get coverage over here – I Hate Clowns.

Ever think of having a squirrel as a pet? Here’s an article that seems thoughtful and perhaps too complete. The first paragraph states, “I don't feel that a loving relationship between a human being and a squirrel is any of the government's business …” From polygamy to same-sex marriage to squirrel love. Makes me glad to be a dog lover. Whoops! Did I just say that out loud?!?

This is an incredible on-line cheese store. Buffalo mozzarella made from buffalo milk! No yak cheese, but you can find that here.

This is so cool! Marbles at wholesale. Marbles have always been a secret joy of mine. Growing up in Scranton, I used to win the coolest marbles during my grade school years. I had quite the collection of little guys and boulders (that’s what we called the big ones; dunno what they are actually called). Just looking at the linked page brings back so much. Late 1960s, Longfellow Public School (No. 28), circles drawn in the dirt, Ronald somebody.

No comments:

Post a Comment