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Sundries
...a sweatshop of moxie

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Sorry

Clinton's off...no more tickets.

For two days, I've pulled every string I had in my sewing kit -- nothing.

Believe me, I'm more upset that any of you, since I had planned a massive Sundries post. Oh well. I think I jinxed myself...

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4 Comments:

  • Oops! Feel free to blame me.

    (In a purely karmic sense, anyway.)

    By Blogger JSU, at Wed Feb 21, 03:34:00 am GMT-5  

  • Oops! Feel free to blame me.

    You are SO totally to blame!

    (In a purely karmic sense, anyway.)

    Ohhh. I see.

    Well, that's all right.

    Anyway, his wifey is getting serious competition from Mr. Obambi who just wowed the knickers off of David Geffen last night.

    And where Geffen goes, Spielberg and Katzenberg follow.

    He'll be back. For money.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Wed Feb 21, 07:46:00 am GMT-5  

  • "Mr. Obambi who just wowed the knickers off of David Geffen last night."

    The big question is once the outer and underwear hit the floor, who dropped to their knees first?

    I wonder how 'fair and balanced' a Geffen owned LA Times would be?

    Can Hollywood money win a state for Sen. Obama outside of California?

    And I seriously doubt you'll miss anything but a big Clinton lurrrrvvv-fest, so don't feel too bad about not seeing it in person.

    By Blogger XWL, at Wed Feb 21, 07:45:00 pm GMT-5  


  • The big question is once the outer and underwear hit the floor, who dropped to their knees first?


    Ouch!

    My guess is Harvey Fierstein. ;)

    I wonder how 'fair and balanced' a Geffen owned LA Times would be?

    XWL, XWL, you know if its "progressive" it is by definition, neutral.

    Shame on you for not realising that!

    Can Hollywood money win a state for Sen. Obama outside of California?

    I doubt Hillary could win the States Kerry did, let alone Obama. It all depends on momentum, and what he brings to the debates though.

    That's exciting, I have to say.

    And I seriously doubt you'll miss anything but a big Clinton lurrrrvvv-fest, so don't feel too bad about not seeing it in person.

    Heh. You know, that's curious.

    I'm beginning to think I'm not as conservative as I thought I was, because I frankly wouldn't have minded having watched him speak, or been a part of the Clinton love-fest which undoubtedly will unfold.

    I suppose my "historian" hat trumps any personal likes or dislikes I have.

    I would've made an admirable NYT reporter.

    /sarcasm

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Wed Feb 21, 08:26:00 pm GMT-5  

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