You say I'm a bitch as if that were a bad thing...
Maybe you need ... Jazz Hams?http://icanhascheezburger.com/2008/05/12/funny-pictures-jazz-hams/
That caption pretty much describes me every day. :)
In another example of outright pandering 'Presumptive Loser to McCaine' appeared with family and announced that post 'taking possession of the White House the 'family' would be buying a dog.Analysts hailed this as another example of Obama's 'March to Atlanta..er, the Center'. 'He needs to do more of this sort of thing...' chortled Tweety.'Americans love their pets,' added guest Bill Kristol.
Oh Gawd! I can identify! There have been those daze when I thought "There is no way...I cannot think, I cannot function, I have 8 weeks of sick leave." These are the times to use one of those days...I accrued that sick leave...I came in with the flu, crud, whatever. I came in when my nose was a red, blocked up appendage. Today I take one of those days!
a. citizen, Kristol may have a point. I saw a story from the MSNBC site that McCain polls significantly better than Obama among pet owners, particularly those with dogs. It seems that McCain & family have a menagerie of 10 pets, including 3 dogs and a cat, 2 turtles, a ferret, and assorted tropical fish.
Flusher types were encouraged to pay $10,000 for a V.I.P. reception with the candidate. Senator Rockefeller again handled the openings, this time opining that for the first time in his more than 40 years: “I’ve met the man, the only person I’ve really wanted to see as president.”Hold that thought: Lyndon Baines Johnson never made Mr. Rockefeller’s heart race? Nor Robert Kennedy, George McGovern or Jimmy Carter? Minnesota Mondale, Michael Dukakis, and neither Bill Clinton or Albert Gore quickened his pulse? What of John Kerry?Unfortunately, we could not address these questions to Mr. Rockefeller as Obama pool rules are akin to a non-petting zoo. Reporters are allowed to come and stare and listen to the very wealthy applaud their candidate but no touching or talking is allowed. http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/07/09/obama-courts-big-donors/#more-5573
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