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Monday, March 09, 2009

Because Every Monday 7

Should start out with a laugh.





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25 Comments:

  • Sure. Move the damn cat.


    word verification: "scrum" eew

    By Blogger chickenlittle, at Mon Mar 09, 03:45:00 am GMT-4  

  • "Somebody get that cat outta here!"

    --Steve Martin as Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr
    "The Man With Two Brains"

    By Blogger Starless, at Mon Mar 09, 09:05:00 am GMT-4  

  • I wish I hadn't developed a nasty allergy to kitties...they can be so cute :(

    By Blogger ron st.amant, at Mon Mar 09, 02:27:00 pm GMT-4  

  • The last picture is hilarious!

    By Blogger Deborah, at Mon Mar 09, 08:24:00 pm GMT-4  

  • I've missed you!

    By Blogger Caroline, at Mon Mar 09, 10:22:00 pm GMT-4  

  • This is funny...

    By Blogger JSU, at Tue Mar 10, 12:58:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Any opinions on the Obama-DVD situation?

    By Blogger Alcibiades, at Wed Mar 11, 05:19:00 pm GMT-4  

  • We need you back....I wanna hear your take on the signed behind close doors stimulous package that many people say is not good at all.

    And...the constant slams again GWBush.

    Hope that you get a new PC soon.

    Peggy :)

    By Blogger Peggy Gero DaValt, at Wed Mar 11, 05:22:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Any opinions on the Obama-DVD situation?

    Seeing as everything in the diplomatic world has symbolic weight, it was a major cock-up. Taken in the context of all of the other moves State has taken over the last couple of weeks, we could conclude that "smart diplomacy" ain't. Unless "smart diplomacy" means insult your allies, cozy up to your enemies and your allies' enemies, and show your cards to your rivals.

    This is about what we could expect when Hillary Clinton was made SecState.

    stimulous package that many people say is not good at all

    That's a polite way of putting it.

    By Blogger Starless, at Thu Mar 12, 08:55:00 am GMT-4  

  • Vic -- come back, we miss you!

    By Blogger Ron, at Fri Mar 13, 04:58:00 am GMT-4  

  • That puss is happy 'cause she just snagged another twitterer!

    By Blogger chickenlittle, at Tue Mar 17, 10:28:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Victoria:
    you are missed! :~( Hope you are doing well . . .

    By Blogger Ms Calabaza, at Thu Mar 19, 07:59:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Victoria,

    We are worried.

    Where are you?

    Everything ok?

    By Blogger JAL, at Sat Mar 21, 10:44:00 pm GMT-4  

  • So, I stop randomly in at Althouse, and... WTH!? Didn't see that coming.

    By Blogger JSU, at Mon Mar 23, 04:20:00 am GMT-4  

  • cJSU - I don't usually go to Althouse so what happened?

    Inquiring minds want to know....

    And Vics...where-ever you are my friend, you are highly thought of and I pray you are fine!!

    Peggy :)

    By Blogger Peggy Gero DaValt, at Mon Mar 23, 10:49:00 am GMT-4  

  • Hello? (knocking on computer screen) Anyone home?

    I'll leave my note on the front door along with all the others, stating that I certainly hope all is well...

    By Blogger cardeblu, at Mon Mar 23, 03:07:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Peggy: Ann got engaged. To a commenter!

    (And another commenter was going nuts in the threads, but I think that was performance art/humor.)

    And, oh yeah, Vic showed up in the announcement thread today. Apparently she's been Twittering... And will have her internet back up tomorrow.

    By Blogger JSU, at Mon Mar 23, 03:26:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Thank you, JSU - I saw that my sister (Ruth/Optimistmom) posted about it.

    Ann was Ruth's law professor here in WI.

    I was trying to find the commenter's photo(s), but was not able to.

    That's very cool that they found love in the blogsphere....I'm very happy for them.

    Single life is great and affords us the luxury of doing what we want, when we want....but sometimes the luxury is having that special someone around luxurating with us!!

    Thank you for the update, JSU.

    Peggy :)

    By Blogger Peggy Gero DaValt, at Mon Mar 23, 04:12:00 pm GMT-4  

  • chickenlittle:

    Why does 'scrum' warrant an 'eew?'

    Back when I was in school, I much preferred playing as a winger myself, to be sure, mainly because at the time I was fast and not very big. Were I to go back today I would be much better suited for the scrum (though rugby is a great game to be retired from.)

    Vic came by and congratulated Ann and Meade.

    And I was only too happy to see that the one nauseating commenter whose adminitions did not fit the merriment of the occasion was deleted, whether by Ann or whether by self deletion after we were collectively letting her know that trying to pee on the parade was at the very least quite boorish.

    Vic, hard drives are notoriously of uneven reliability. We (my wife and I) had a new one put in less than a year ago but we ended up getting a new computer because the repair people advised us that it wasn't worth repairing the old one.

    By Blogger Eli Blake, at Tue Mar 24, 10:53:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Peggy:

    In the absence of Vic's likely dissenting opinion of the stimulus I offer you this alternative:

    Just a question, what will all you conservatives do if the stimulus works?

    I'm sure Vic will box my ears for linking to that post, but then again since I started posting at CHT I'm getting a good mixture of liberal and conservative commenters.

    By Blogger Eli Blake, at Tue Mar 24, 11:07:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Well, now the troll is back there with a passel of pseudonyms. Is this a really elaborate performance, or has she gone all Frisch?

    And Peggy, you're Ruth's sister? I had no idea!

    By Blogger JSU, at Wed Mar 25, 03:53:00 am GMT-4  

  • I'll bite, Eli:

    Any bump we may see from the stimulus money will be temporary and local. There are some really very simple ideas in economics--one of them is that you can't borrow your way out of debt (that is to say, there is a plus side and a minus side to the balance sheet and there's no way around it). It hasn't worked in the past (see the Great Depression) and the Democrats aren't going to magically make it work now. At some point, the money we're borrowing is going to have to be paid back one way or another, there's no avoiding that.

    IMO, there's very little the fed. gov't can do to make the economy do what we want it to do; the best thing it can do is stay out of the way. And the best a president can do during an economic crisis is not scare the hell out of people. So far, Obama is 0-2 in this game.

    BTW, as far as I can tell, even the Keynesians aren't happy with Obama's plan. As far as they're concerned he's not spending and interfering enough.

    And another thing: among all of the talk for months about how much money the federal gov't is going to spend, I can't recall one single significant story about cutting spending. Local gov't, yes, but the feds? *crickets*

    By Blogger Starless, at Wed Mar 25, 08:42:00 am GMT-4  

  • JSU -

    I am indeed Ruth's sister.....older by about half a decade.

    *grin*

    Peggy :)

    By Blogger Peggy Gero DaValt, at Mon Mar 30, 12:57:00 pm GMT-4  

  • I am indeed Ruth's sister.....older by about half a decade.

    And wiser too? :)

    By Blogger chickenlittle, at Tue Apr 07, 09:03:00 pm GMT-4  

  • I was playing games online however for reading this post more interesting thanks for the share please do keep it going great job....Loveing this.

    Cheers,
    ___________________
    victor
    Increase your brand popularity overnight

    By Blogger victor, at Thu Aug 13, 04:42:00 am GMT-4  

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