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A Southern woman on the 'Net.
Saturday, December 27, 2003
By the way, has anyone ever heard Hewitt referred to as "Our Lleyton"? I haven't.
I thought they had a mad cow up in Alberta not so long ago. We were still buying their cows?
This whole thing has got me thinking about Kuru, or Mad Cannibal disease.
Basically, we're not to eat our own kind. It's unhealthy. Unless it's a "lifestyle choice".
Somebody over at the Democratic Underground thinks that W. caused the earthquake in Iran. That's crazy talk. It is well known that earthquakes are caused by rabbits pounding on the ground with their hind legs.
Friday, December 26, 2003
The leader of Libya ( for the first time) behave like a reasonable man .. he was using his mind when he’s decided that.
I am sure that he’s imagined himself instead of Saddam in that hole !! yes.. let every crazy president feels the same..
They might use their WMD weapons in any time..
But when the leader of Libya heard what happened to the tyrant he said immediately : Oh.. no.. I am sorry ! I found some weapons in my country .. come and take it.!!
Flaherty, the admissions counselor, said that on the weekends, some students have visited Planned Parenthood in Naples, where they "pray to end abortion.''
I think the ideas of praying and ending abortion probably made the Miami Herald reporter a little green around the gills.
Anyways, welcome to the neighborhood, y'all.
It's the little things that help cement a relationship.
Thursday, December 25, 2003
That won't do, as the most gorgeous male athlete in the world lives in Las Vegas. He's busy training for the Australian Open, and does not need planes flying into him at this time.
We'll learn more about what happened in the days to come. Thank God for the all the lives that have been spared.
Wednesday, December 24, 2003
He better not try to fly in here from France tonight or we'll have to blow his butt right out the sky.
There's a report out that says:
For the first time since tracking began 20 years ago, U.S. women outnumber men in higher paying, white collar managerial and professional occupations.
That's a nice fact. But then they lose me:
"As a growing number move into upper management roles, those further down the ladder will reap the benefits by increasingly being targeted for advancement," said John A. Challenger, chief executive officer of Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
John, you think women are going to promote other women just because? What you know about us ain't much. Women *not* promoting women is more like it. I bet most of these ceiling-busting women caught their breaks from men. Probably from nice guys like you, John.
Sometimes the boot on your face is a high heel.
He's probably saying "Good dope!" *sigh*
Wail on, Skydog!
FORT MYERS -- A woman was charged with retail theft after allegedly forcing her 11-year-old daughter to help shoplift clothes she planned to give her for Christmas.
The girl and her siblings don't live with the mother, thank goodness. The police bought all the kids clothes for Christmas and threw the mom's butt in jail.
Monday, December 22, 2003
Sunday, December 21, 2003
Shiloh doesn't love Barney. What she does love is sinking her teeth into his soft, cottony guts.
From The New York Post:
'BUSH' WITH BUTCHER IN SOLITARY
By STEFAN C. FRIEDMAN
December 21, 2003 -- Saddam Hussein is a psychologically broken man - muttering curses and spending his days staring at a portrait of President Bush hung in his jail cell, according to the chief civilian administrator in Iraq.
Paul Bremer told "60 Minutes" in an interview airing on CBS tonight about his half-hour meeting with the Butcher of Baghdad.
Bremer and four Iraqis who visited Saddam to verify his identification are the only people to see the defeated madman in his cell, believed to be in Baghdad.
New details about Saddam's capture emerge in the interview.
The dictator had two machine guns with him in his "spider hole" when he was nabbed, but didn't fire a shot, said Dr. Mowaffak al Rubaie, one of the Iraqis who accompanied Bremer.
Al Rubaie, who had been imprisoned and tortured by Saddam's goons, got sweet revenge, mocking his former tormenter's cowardice.
"You did not shoot a single bullet," al Rubaie said to Saddam. "You can sacrifice all Iraqi lives, but when it comes to your life you spare that . . . Saddam Hussein, you are a coward."
Frank J's "In My World" series really cracks me up. Here's the latest one.
"I say we cut him into four pieces and place each piece at the four corners of the world as a warning to others," Rumsfeld offered.
"I say we give him a taste of his own medicine," Bush said, "and bury him in a mass grave... a mass grave of one!"
Libya has provided intelligence on hundreds of al-Qaeda and other Islamic militants, and renounced attempts to develop weapons of mass destruction, in an effort to end its pariah nation status.
I've got a pot of water with vanilla extract in it boiling on the stove so the house will smell Christmassy.
Saddam's got the Christmas spirit too!
(via Little Tiny Lies)