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Archive for "Feb 11 2006"

NEXT, THEY CAME FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

Because I’m not as quick to kick into the Buchananite aspects I found in her sneering condescending attitude aimed at me, and I am more than willing to give her props for the work she does, and appreciate her efforts, when her work is clean, I’m linking to this:
Michelle Malkin: NEXT, THEY CAME FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

But you still owe me an apology, Miss MM.

Run For Your Lives!

EET’S A BLEEZAARRD!
New York, New York (10001) Conditions & Forecast : Weather Underground

Just back from a stop at Home Depot to pick up some coax cable, and once again watched with a certain amount of bemusement as the idiots among the local populace were in full “end of civilization” mode, cleaning the joint out of snowblowers, shovels and salt. I imagine there is a similar situation going on at grocery stores and corner delis and bodegas, with milk and bread flying off the shelves because, y’know… THIS IS THE BIG ONE.

Fer chrissakes…. You live in the North Eastern United States; you’re freakin’ out that there will be a “Nor’easter” snowstorm… in February? This matter of fact occurance caught you by surprise?

And what’s up with this run on shovels? Where are the ones you bought the last time you went Chicken Little? The salt I can understand–though BootzDog wants to bite all you assholes who blanket the sidewalk with that crap–but shovels? Isn’t that something you should have added to your homeowner’s arsenal on Day One or Two of joining the crew? And have a little one in your car’s trunk if you’re a “renting your residence” type?

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