Parts is Parts

Remember that? The little old lady yelling “Where’s the Beef?” And then later, when chicken nuggets were introduced, the same company wailed “Parts is Parts” against that other fast food retailer whose nuggets were formed from various parts of chickens, instead of whole meat. Ol’ Dave was a marketing genius.

I tend to shy away from things that frighten me like flying monkeys, Sith Lords and car salesmen. I held my tongue, resisting the urge to smirk and say – look, she took off her helmet. Funny, but The Anchoress got a completely different slant and channeled Ethel Merman on that one. But I digress…. I always knew that if she ever got enough rope, she’d hang herself. The media, her own fellow party members, even my pesky neighbor have all bashed her for stumbling at last week’s debate. Perilous Pelosi put her down for playing the gender card. How about the Multiple Face Lift card? Ha! But GM Roper has the absolute last word on the matter. (Warning – liquid alert!)

Entering the Theatre of the Absurd we find our seats and sit. The orchestra tune their instruments and we see the lights briefly flare and then die down, the show is about to begin. Softly, a spot gleams center stage showing only the hint of the star of the show. As the spot comes up, thunderous applause sounds throughout the theater as more and more recognize her in all her glory:

Vagina! Senator of New York

Remember, parts is parts. Which chicken nugget would you order?

Georgia News, of sorts

The wafting of sewage competed with the smell of grilling burgers and sour-mash at Saturday’s UGA game. Perhaps the Big Dawgs That Make Big Decisions should have considered the age of Ol’ Odoriferous Sanford, before making such a decision. The 5-star rated Old Trafford, it ain’t.

Speaking of Athens, when we walked through the Tate Center, we noticed flyers for a Boortz appearance on Monday. He gave the students a dose of the real world outside the Arch and announced his favorites in the 2008 presidential race.

The Georgia Conscription begins. And the beatings will continue until morale improves.

Water Wars. Both the AJC and WSBRadio have special sections on
the Drought. Enough of the pointing fingers….just figure where to go from here!

OOO…Shiny Object…I’m still wondering if the Property Tax War is really a vast peach-wing conspiracy being waged to distract the short-attention spanned media from the Water Woes.

Where to watch the comet.

We like to eat down here. Really like to eat. Check out the 2007 Georgia Silver Spoon Awards. I’ve eaten at a lot of those places!

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