Monday, January 14, 2008

random tidbits

McCain rebuked Hilary Clinton for earmarking 1 million USD for a Woodstock Museum. He said, "I wasn't there. I was tied up at the time."

Quick political aside to Al Queda (they are probably checking this blog often for updates): I know you like to attack before elections but DON'T DO IT. You'd only put McCain in the White House and he would be quite effective at making your life miserable. Even if Hilary did not manage to win after an attack, she'd be hell fire too. You need to give a bunch of money to Obama and wait until he's elected. You don't know what he'd do which is at least better than the other two.

Cool wallpapers (desktop images) made by capturing images from Google Earth

Charlie Chaplin entered a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest in Monte Carlo. He came in third.

My friend Bobson to Tessa while she measures her tongue with my new Spy Kids measuring tape: You don't have a big tongue, you have a small face.

Warren Gamaliel Harding limerick (about a president who had more trouble with the language than our current Glorious Leader, poet E. E. Cummings said "The only man, woman or child who wrote a simple declarative sentence with seven grammatical errors is dead.")

There was an old man named Warren

who hated all things foreign

He liked to live normally,

drunk and informally

and spent his time gambling and whoring

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