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November 04, 2008


Capt. Billy

Wish I could be watching the returns. I'm stuck in the lab 'till late. Wanna place a bet on how many seats are gained in the Senate? I'm guessin' our man has long coat tails (notice the folksy dropped G?)

Why don't you send me your email or phone number to my email address Rich? I hate to bore people reading your site with my personal drivel. You, on the other hand, I'm happy to bore anytime.


Billy, if you've read my blog for any amount of time at all, you would know that the people who come here have an unprecedented tolerance for boring drivel.

Sometimes, it seems like they actually like it.


Amazing. Of all the horrible legacies of the Bush administration, perhaps he will be most remembered for driving the Republicans into the wilderness.

Maybe they will come back a more enlightened, intelligent party. Maybe they will rediscover the values of fiscal responsibility and minimal government interference that were the cornerstones of the Grand Old Party. Maybe they will jettison the right-wing drivel about abstinence-only sex education, opposition to gay marriage, and teaching creationism in our schools.

And maybe monkeys will fly out of my ass.



I'm elated to know that you were not killed along with so many of our American ideals in the last eight years.

But, tonight, an African American, Democrat is heading to the White House, Elisson.

Monkeys are rocketing out of your ass, right now! All of our collective asses.

Multicolored, explosive, swirling, psychedelic monkeys of joy.

Sit back, Elisson, if you can, and enjoy your national ass monkeys.


National ass monkeys; so THAT'S what I'm feeling!


It's amazing, isn't it?



thanks guys. I wondered what that strange itching "back there" was. now I know.

electronic cigarette

Its a BLAST!

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