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  • just a conservative girl 7:09 PM on 02/27/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Twitter Fun – Donna Brazile Mysteries 

    This gave me hours of fun this afternoon:

    @Artist_Angie #DonnaBrazileMysteries Why don’t the code pink vagina costumes have warts and sores on them?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Wow, they’re treating me almost as harshly as the media treats @SarahPalinUSA there on Twitter. Justice, or racism?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries who exactly did let the dogs out?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Why is gas prices so high when my tires are properly inflated?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Why are people making fun of me on Twitter?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries How come free stuff costs so much???

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries You mean my Social Security taxes are not kept in a savings account I will later have access to.

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries why is my grandmother not getting any medical treatment?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Suddenly people are laughing a lot when I blame Bush. #Confused

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries How come after spending trillions, fewer people are employed today than when BHO took office?#NoGoodAnswer#TGDN

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Wait, the Affordable Care Act affects Democrats, too?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Called Michael Moore, asked why his dieting advice isn’t working, no good answer.

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Why did the rapist suddenly get angrier when I puked on him? He was supposed to leave me alone.

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries called NOW to ask if “women’s health” only refers to reproductive organs,what abt the rest of my body?#NoGoodAnswers

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries If I move to our 57th State -will my healthcare premiums be lower?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries Che is not a hero?

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries is the hokey pokey really what it’s all about? Called the First Lady. No good answers.

    #DonnaBrazileMysteries How can we have all that debt when they just raised taxes?

     

     

     
  • Jill 5:21 PM on 05/21/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Big day in boomer history 

    How can it be the 30th anniversary of the release of The Empire Strikes Back and the 30th birthday of Pacman?

    See Google’s logo: it’s playable.

     
    • retrieverheart 5:48 PM on 05/21/2010 Permalink | Reply

      I feel old! People used to say I reminded them of Princess Leia because of my exceptionally long hair (one Halloween I coiled it in goofy braids like hers). My kids love it as much as I did. Never got into Pacman….

    • Yukio Ngaby 8:35 PM on 05/21/2010 Permalink | Reply

      So the anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back coinsides with Pacman… could there be some hidden connection between the two?

      • Sherry 11:39 AM on 05/22/2010 Permalink | Reply

        It does explain where all my quarters went as an adolescent –to see the movie or, to get to the graphics after the 6th screen.

    • backyardconservative 9:38 AM on 05/22/2010 Permalink | Reply

      And Star Wars is older than that:)

  • Jill 9:43 AM on 03/30/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Take a Peep at these 

    I’m partial to #’s 3, 4, 15, and 30.

     
    • rubyslipperblog 9:59 AM on 03/30/2010 Permalink | Reply

      15 is great, I love Madeline. I had to chuckle at number 11 with the belt. Where are the $600 sneakers?

    • nicedeb 11:22 PM on 03/30/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Love it, but I’m getting too many ideas….must…not…give…in..to…peep-art….temptation…

  • Jill 8:21 AM on 03/13/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Comic relief 

    Watch this 55 second video. Thanks, Deb. We needed that.

     
    • nicedeb 10:39 AM on 03/13/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Thank YOU. It’s not often I get a Hot Air link, so woohoo.

      Now that we know how to edit videos, we’ll be doing more of these.

  • Jill 4:45 PM on 03/07/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Change I can believe in! 

    Charles Krauthammer for President!  Get your t-shirts here!

    And while we’re at it:

    Andy McCarthy for Attorney General

    Victor Davis Hanson for Secretary of Education, which he will promptly abolish, freeing him up to head the Department of Agriculture.

    Liz Cheney for Secretary of State

    Mark Steyn, Homeland Security

    More suggestions?

     
    • fuzislippers 5:20 PM on 03/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

      That t-shirt is seriously good: drop the Hammer 2012. heh. I adore Charles Krauthammer. *sigh*

      I might like Liz Cheney for Homeland Security, but Mark Steyn is good. Heck, he could be VP on a Krauthammer ticket, freeing up Secretary of State for Michelle Malkin.

      • trainwife1962 6:18 PM on 03/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

        Unfortunately, Mark Steyn can’t be VP as he was not born in the US. How about State for him instead?

        Steve Forbes for Treasury, No Sheeples for press secretary, SMitty and The Other McCain as de facto trouble shooters, with Da Tech Gut for IT support

        • fuzislippers 6:21 PM on 03/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

          Oh, right you are TW. Okay, State for him. Love your other choices, too. We can “czar” him up all we want, apparently that’s all the rage.

    • nicedeb 8:46 PM on 03/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Keep Steyn as Sec of Homeland Security – Ann Coulter for VP. Wouldn’t that be fun?

      • Carol 7:08 AM on 03/08/2010 Permalink | Reply

        Ah, Nice Deb has a great idea! Can you imagine the liberal heads exploding all over the place if Coulter would VP? We would all be wearing slickers and carrying open umbrellas to avoid the mess! I nominate Ben Stein for Commerce. Don’t know about the czar thing. Maybe Glenn Beck as the “stomping out really stupid ideas” czar. After all, if you can make them up as you go along the sky is the limit. Glenn Reynolds as Information Czar? Or do we want him at Justice? Heck, why not both!

  • Jill 7:38 PM on 02/19/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Steyn on the Olympics 

    Here we are at our bright and shiny brand-new group blog. How about some Mark Steyn to get things started:

    Hugh Hewitt: Now Mark, how do you feel about the Canadian Olympics? Are you watching them?

    MS: Well, I do like, I mean, I do like the winter Olympics in an entirely non-nationalistic way. I mean, I like, I like these sort of strange sports. I like the two man luge. I can’t think why anyone would invent a two man luge. I have no idea how it originated, but I can’t think, you know, presumably on top of an Alp one day in the 19th Century, two guys thought hey, this would be more fun if we went down the hill together. I have no idea how the thing got started, but I just like the idea of the two man luge, and same with the ice dancing. I love the ice dancing, because the chicks are generally hot, and then the guys in those stupid, little bolero jackets all sort of twirling about like some camp waiter after John Kerry’s decided to send back the Belgian endive, I mean, I just find the whole idea of the winter Olympics, and I especially love curling, of course, which is fantastic, because curling is, the most unfit guys at the winter Olympics are guys in their sort of late 40s, early 50s, chain-smoking guys who look they’ve been sleeping in a dumpster all week…

    The curling jokes are so very easy. But still funny.

    On the liberal media, their denseness, and those tea party women:

    HH: Last question, CNN put out a new poll yesterday, and based on talking to 1,024 people, of whom 124 had been to a Tea Party, they announced that the Tea Parties were male, overwhelmingly conservative, upper class and rural. What do you think of basing an assessment of Tea Parties on 124 people, Mark Steyn?

    MS: Yeah, that’s great polling.

    HH: (laughing)

    MS: I don’t know why, I think CNN is just determined to destroy itself. And it’s really beyond salvation now. And I assume they’re just kind of staggering on until eventually Larry King decides he wants to hang up his hat. The fact is you see an awful lot of women at these Tea Parties.

    HH: Yup.

    MS: It’s amazing to me that you spend two minutes with those crowds, and the one thing you see tons of is feisty women. There’s a lot of feisty women in that movement.

    Read the rest.

    This post was just an ice-breaker. Stay tuned for a torrent of incisive commentary.

     
    • pjMom 8:22 PM on 02/19/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hey now–watch out for the curling jokes. That’s how PJ Husband and I plan on becoming Olympians. ; )

    • fuzislippers 9:12 PM on 02/19/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Women Tea Partiers? Say it ain’t so!

      • Jill 9:18 PM on 02/19/2010 Permalink | Reply

        And they’re feisty. I’m not sure whether that’s a compliment, or if it refers to that ubiquitous picture of the tea party woman with the wide-brimmed hat festooned with a dozen tea bags. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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