I can’t stop laughing.
August 19, 2013 at 8:33 am (Golf, Just cuz I'm IT doesn't mean I know how to fix YOUR PC, Just for Fun)
CMR M at Ace quips (so truly)
Man, you could cross out Egypt and put in a whole range of words and this picture would still work.
Then the code monkey side of my brain fired right up and said – You could put a drop-down box right there and insert an infinite list of Obamaflubs.
Let’s start a list!
January 31, 2013 at 12:31 pm (Just for Fun)
You can thank me later.
It’s bad enough he beclowns himself daily, but his article about the passing of Andrew Breitbart is truly disgusting.
Ace gives him the what for he deserves for speaking so ill of the dead. And it leaves a mark. A delicious whelp.
From the dawn of time the primitives in the woods envied and feared those with the Magic of Fire.
David Frum exceeded Andrew Breitbart in one measure only, span of life.
But not in life.
David Frum will die as he lived, gray, timid, small, spiteful, cramped in thought and bent in spirit, slender of talent and obese in self-regard, unloved, unnoticed, unremembered and unread.
Better to live outrageously for only a short spell than to hiss from the shadows, content to live within the niggling license of Master’s Leash.
Read the whole thing. It is stellar.
Stacy prays, despite all his antics, that he never screws up as bad as this.
June 9, 2011 at 4:23 pm (Bad Manners, Boys of Summer, DawgNation, Election2012, General Geekery, I Don't Believe I'd Have Told That One, I Love College Football, It's all about me Me ME, Just cuz I'm IT doesn't mean I know how to fix YOUR PC, Just for Fun, Peach State, RedState Army)
The day job continues to be a simmering lava pit filled with alligators, sharks and jumping spiders. Who would have thought that a relatively straightforward application could bumfuzzle so many supposedly smart people at such a globally-acclaimed and supposedly super-smart institute of higher learning? Surely I’m surrounded by cylons.
Some random things that managed to spark through the sulfuric fog the past week:
– I have a new second favorite MLB team. The Texas Rangers drafted UGA Diamond Dawg, Johnathan Taylor. Back in March, Taylor was injured in a head-to-head collision with teammate Zach Cone. JT had been scouted for years by the Rangers, and they recognized his efforts with a draft pick. The Dawgs had a great run this season, going all the way to the final game of the NCAA Regionals. What a classy move by the Rangers organization.
– Kyle Wingfield/AJC is looking past the usual campaign fuss and bother and seeing some interesting things about Tim Pawlenty.
– General Geekiness: Yesterday was IPv6 Day.
– Pinin’ for the fjords.
– The RedState Gathering is open for registration. Be there, be square.
– 9+ minutes of Teh Awesome. Grand Rapids isn’t dead yet, they are feeling better. Thank you very much.
– NCAA punk/crook/liar/cheat meets the same at The White House.
Many have asked why I haven’t chimed in on #Weinergate, since I’m such a manners maven. Honestly, if I wanted a dose middle-school boy humor, all I have to do is go home. Go read The Anchoress’ take on this whole debacle. She echos my sentiments. And now we find out his wife is pregnant. What a wonderful black cloud to hang over the announcement of new life. Mortifying, isn’t it?
January 3, 2011 at 1:33 pm (Just for Fun)
This is not to say that 2010 was all bad. There were bright spots. Three, to be exact:
1. The Yankees did not even get into the World Series.
2. There were several days during which Lindsay Lohan was neither going into, nor getting out of, rehab.
3. Apple released the hugely anticipated iPad, giving iPhone people, at long last, something to fondle with their other hand.
Other than that, 2010 was a disaster. To make absolutely sure that we do not repeat it, let’s remind ourselves just how bad it was. Let’s put this year into a full-body scanner and check out its junk, starting with…
Go read the whole thing.
While the Pope is visiting the UK, he is being presented with his very own tartan. “St. Ninian.” It’s beautiful. A little like Buchanan Hunting, but with more blue and it certainly wouldn’t clash so badly with my hair. (Hint, hint) Which then, of course, lead me here and then to this, and before you know it, I’m off to the races.
If you’re in Atlanta, the Stone Mountain Highland Games are October 15-17.
As for me, I think I’ll watch Brigadoon when I get home.
Aye, sunshine can peep through a wee hole.
Liberty.com launches 9/1, as a right-of-center answer to MoveOn.org
Baldi wrote a book. You’re feeling sleepy, sleepy. Now buy a book. Buy one now!
Erick Erickson will be sitting in for Herman Cain Friday night, 7pm, on WSB 750 (or 95.5 FM). A full night of entertainment is in store as we can sit around and watch all the lib-heads explode in Atlanta! Clean-up on Aisle 5.
July 18, 2010 at 11:01 am (Just for Fun)
Ree had a party of school chums out at the ranch this weekend. One thing they did was reenact a scene from Gone with the Wind, complete with ringlet hairpieces and fake mustaches. Check out her post (that’s ok, I’ll wait).
Now here is the real scene (sorry, it won’t embed). That’s ok, I’ll wait.
Now all true Southern girls (and then some) know the entire GWTW script by hearts. And which dress Scarlett wore where. How do you think you would do?
(And boys, it’s ok to play from the women’s tees today.)
July 8, 2010 at 10:15 am (Just for Fun)
From the mailbag:
The woman applying for a job in a Florida lemon grove seemed to be far too qualified for the job.
The foreman frowned and said, “I have to ask you this: “Have you had any actual experience in picking lemons?”
“Well, as a matter of fact, I have!
“I’ve been divorced three times, owned two GM cars and I voted for Obama.”
How many people do you know that are quoted in The New York Times? Haha, I thought so.