Pretty good, huh?

Monday, July 19, 2004

Tastes Like Pig Fat

This is gross. Yogurt is weird enough. Don't tell me if it's made with blood.

Please don't forward this to McDonald's technology deprtment.


Friday, July 16, 2004

Remain Calm

Reader Input

From ETJB's trusty e-mail bag, a reader writes:
Just to keep you up on Democratic support in your home state......I went to a Kerry/Edwards rally this morning with Max Cleland as the keynote speaker and it was a fired-up enthusiastic crowd of about 250 in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. At least a third of the crowd was WWII or Vietnam vets. They all came in sporting their "Veterans for Kerry" buttons.

I do believe the tide is turning......
Veteran support. In Tennessee. Imagine that. Hey, Bush/Cheney: why should veterans support your chickenhawk ticket anyways?

Thursday, July 15, 2004

I really don't know li-ife, aa-at all

I went to Starbuck's this morning and now I got some stupid Judy Collins song stuck in my head.

Wednesday, July 14, 2004

So Pro-Life, He'd Kill

Imagine campaigning to kill doctors.
On the death penalty, he said: "I favor the death penalty for abortionists and other people who take life."

Don't you burn in EEE-Ternal Dam-Nation for that? Which part of "Thou Shalt Not Kill" don't you understand, Tom?

I guess when we live in an era of War means Peace (see Bush), Less Civil Liberties means More Freedom (see Ashcroft), and Private Meetings means Better Public Government (see Cheney), it's easy to be confused.

It sure makes my head spin.

Friday, July 09, 2004

Pill Poppin' Cont'd

I don't have a beef with this guy just because he was Cheney's physician. I'm not even saying he wasn't doing his job properly, maybe even better, though obviously impaired. I feel the same way about Limbaugh and Elvis. But dang:
Records, obtained by The Post from a person close to the case who insisted on complete privacy, indicate that in the first years of Malakoff's treatment, when his doctors documented his purported recovery, he spent about $50,000 on bulk orders of Stadol, an opiate; fiorinal, a barbiturate; codeine, a narcotic; Xanax, an anti-anxiety drug; Ambien, a sleeping aid; and other prescription drugs.

And when his psychiatrist who knew about this says:
"Even though he ordered these medications, I don't know -- we don't know if he took them or not."

And the bad driving part:
In the early years of his treatment -- the only period for which records were obtained -- Malakoff had multiple automobile accidents. Repair shop records, citations and other documents indicate he had at least 20 crashes between April 1998 and October 2001. Many of them were on the George Washington Parkway, which he would drive daily from his home in Great Falls, and several involved rental cars he had while his car was in for repairs.

The records indicate that Malakoff attributed many instances of car damage to parking garage incidents.

Yeah, like the wall kept jumping out at him. I hate that.

We're all human. I hope he gets well.

Saturday, July 03, 2004

More Help

Errol Morris of Thin Blue Line and Fog of War fame to help Kerry's election efforts.
In accepting his Oscar, Morris said, "I fear we're going down a rabbit hole once again," in a clear show of concern about the U.S.-led war in Iraq.