TGIF/Weekend edition - February 5-7, 2010
Palin cabins not noted in tax assessments
Chris Wallace 'Hopes' Sarah Palin Sits On His Lap Sunday (VIDEO)
to Washington Post: I'm not ripping Rush
It's interesting to note, that in the Anchorage Daily News article, no where does it mention just who built these two cabins on Sarah's land. Was it her or her co-owner? At least no one has fessed up, yet.
It'll be amusing to watch her squirm out of this latest scandal. I'm sure she'll find someone to blame, probably the co-owner of her property.
"President Obama is very shrewd about bringing the Republicans into the White House for the Super Bowl party...President Bush told Obama, he said, 'Listen, you get 10 Republicans to show up, and I'll drop in and choke on a pretzel.'" –David Letterman
The U.S. will sell to its NATO allies mine-resistant vehicles and other equipment to protect against roadside bombs in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Friday
reports that the president of Pakistan slaughters a black goat every day since
becoming president in an attempt to ward off the evil eye. It's good to see
these modern, progressive people are our allies in the war against terror."
Obama is getting more angry criticism today. Boy, this guy can't get a break.
Apparently, though, he told a group of high school kids in New Hampshire, and I
quote: 'When times are tough, you tighten your belts. You don't go buying a boat
when you can barely pay your mortgage. You don't blow a bunch of cash in Vegas
when you're trying to save for college. You prioritize.' And needless to say,
people in Vegas are extremely upset. In fact, the mayor of Las Vegas said the
president is not welcome in Las Vegas. I happen to agree with the mayor. How
dare the President tell high school kids not to blow their college money in Las
Vegas. We're in a recession right now. What about Siegfried? What about Roy?
What about their tigers? The tigers cannot survive on eating magicians alone.
They need money." –Jimmy Kimmel
"Everybody's talking about the military's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy.
Admiral Mike Mullen said it's wrong to force people to lie about who they are in
order to serve their country. Then Congress was like: 'Who cares? We do that
every election.'" –Jimmy Fallon
Why A Good Education Is So Important: Baptist Missionaries Didn't Know They Needed Papers For 33 Children To Leave Their Country
missionaries are facing kidnapping charges in Haiti for trying to take 33
children out of the country, and the lawyer for all the defendants is putting
the blame on the group's leader.
Attorney Edwin Coq said Laura Silsby knew the group couldn't remove the youngsters without proper paperwork, while he characterized the other nine missionaries as unknowingly being caught up in actions they didn't understand.
"I'm going to do everything I can to get the nine out. They were naive. They had no idea what was going on and they did not know that they needed official papers to cross the border. But Silsby did," Coq said Thursday after a magistrate charged the 10 at a closed hearing
What a stupid excuse.
GOP Apology: GFY
The White House demanded an apology Thursday from a top US senator who charged its disclosure that the Christmas bomb plot suspect was cooperating with interrogators may have helped violent extremists...Republican Kit Bond scoffed at the demand..
Ask, Don't Tell' could be a thing of the past, very soon. The chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Michael Mullen, says he believes gays should
serve in the military, all gays, whether they want to or not." –Jimmy Kimmel
Even across the many miles I am privileged to be your friend. I am
so glad you are doing well with your treatments. I should say all
your admirers are very glad.
The news recently is that James Dobson has severed his connections
with Focus On The Family (I don't believe that for a minute) to
start a ministry with his son. I've heard Focus once since that
announcement was made and it sounded as if they were going back to
their old format of family issues and child psychology hints.
They should have stayed there.
Have you read the book 'The Family'? It is enough to make your
blond hair turn another color! I stuck with it to the end and
now I read all about these self righteous politicians up on TV
spouting off or Hiking the Appalachian Trail for solitude and I
want to puke.
Enough pontificating for tonight.
Thank you writing, Alice. And thank you for always being there. I would not have
survived this far and this well, without my friends, online and off. You all have been my spine
throughout this whole ordeal. I proselytize before ye and not the likes of James Dobson and
No I haven't read "The Family" but I just reread "The Sicilian", is that close enough? lol
Isn't Focus on the Family the group bringing abortion to the Super Bowl with the Tim Tebow Ad?
On Super Bowl Sunday, I can just hear it now in living rooms across America, "Hey Honey, grab me a cold one
and don't get that abortion because you may birth a Tim Tebow!"
FYI: Tim Tebow was home/Bible schooled and scored an 890 on his SATs. Talk about all brawn and no brains. He also writes Bible verses on his eye black, as though "God" is going to protect him from harm during a game and not all the innocent Haitians lost in an earthquake. Go Gators.
P.S. I am privileged to be your friend, too.
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BREAKING NEWS: CEO Apologizes for Bad Product
Toyota's president apologized Friday for the massive global recalls over sticking gas pedals as the automaker scrambles to repair a damaged reputation and sliding sales.
"They're now coming out with the new, 75th edition of Monopoly, this time with a round board. No more square boards. And actually, they've updated the whole game. In the new version, the banker is a Wall Street CEO He overextends mortgages, he loses the bank, and when things go under, he uses his get-out-of-jail-for-free card. So it's all very realistic." –Jay Leno
Al Franken versus NBC
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) may not be an expert on antitrust law, but the showbiz veteran knows a thing about NBC Universal. And from his experience, there is little reason to trust NBC will keep any promises involving its proposed $30 billion merger with Comcast...So when the same company produces the programs and runs the pipes that bring us those programs, we have a reason to be nervous.
Something is very wrong, I'm starting to miss Dick Cheney. It must be the chemo.
Let the good times roll!
Thank you Richard!
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To Help You Deflate Photo
provided by NASA Tuesday Feb. 2, 2010 shows a mystery object that was discovered
on Jan. 6, 2010, by the Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research (LINEAR) sky
survey. The object appears so unusual in ground-based telescopic images that
discretionary time on NASA's Hubble Space Telescope was used to take this
close-up look. The observations show a bizarre X-pattern of filamentary
structures near the point-like nucleus of the object and trailing streamers of
dust. This complex structure suggests the object is not a comet but instead the
product of a head-on collision between two asteroids traveling five times faster
than a rifle bullet. Astronomers have long thought that the asteroid belt is
being ground down through collisions, but such a smashup has never before been
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