Thursday, August 04, 2005

Things that make you go "hmmmmm".......

First of all.....Robert Novak. Actually, based on his usual banter and demeanor, I'm shocked he didn't do this a long time ago.....(Warning: bad word!)

Secondly, we'd like to thank Lee Mazzilli for joining us on "Oriole Free Fall". Luckily for him, he won't be there when the crashing thud finally finishes October 2nd.

Rafael Palmeiro's 3,000 hits honor ceremony is canned, and Congress has some issues with him, too. He was with the Pittsfield Cubs, Chicago's former Double-A team, in 1986 (with Mark Grace and Greg Maddux, no less) when I worked in radio in Pittsfield in my college time. I wonder if he juiced there, and, if so, where the heck would you find it in Pittsfield??



"...our friendly, knowledgeable staff...."

Sure! Honest, I was expecting ogres, bears, rude humans specially trained to assist me in purchasing what they shove down my throat.....

As we say at work, "SO WHAT?" Everybody says their staff's like that. But what if you walked into the store and found that they weren't? Would you have the courage to speak to the manager and tell him/her to stop lying in the radio ads??


Does the term "desperation" strike you as appropriate as liberals, MSM, et al, try to crucify Katherine Harris, by, of all things, focusing on her looks? WAIT A MINUTE?? Where's NOW???? Why aren't they there to defend Ms. Harris, who is being criticized based on her looks (and her knowledge of them as opposed to apparently doctored photos), to remind the neanderthals of this world that it's the smarts and abilities of women that matter, much more than just looks???

Oh, the above "NOW" link? It seems like NOW is only currently interested in representing those wanting to abort humans "the morning after" whatever their "night before" may have consisted of.

Let's see.....legs closed, zipper zipped, no need for "Morning After" pill.

Sorry if I offended you, but the truth's the truth. Period.

And I haven't even gotten on my soapbox about Prosperity Theology and its resident charlatans.

Gee, and look what I find when Yahoo'ing "charlatan" in the news search! We can't even trust our world to know who invented the TV Dinner!!

Calgon, take me away! :)

1 comment:

Mister Jinxy said...

Wow. A blogger from Glen Allen - as if that place actually exists.

I know, it used to. Now it's just a part of Richmond's West End.

My parents live out there by the Kinkos on Broad Street.

My mother-in-law always asks us, "So, are you two going to "Glen Allen" tonight" if we're having dinner with my folks.