Thursday, November 30, 2006

Today is Born to be a Smartass Day

The following smartasses were born on this day:
Jonathan Swift (1667) - remember "A Modest Proposal"? You know, when he suggested eating children to end famine?
Mark Twain (1835) - the original smartass of American Literature
Sir Winston Churchill (1874) - a terribly drunk smartass

So if you aim to have smartass children, November 30th would be a good day to induce labor.

Saturday, November 11, 2006

R.I.P. Fast

I'm going to miss you, Fast. I loved to stop and talk to you at the store and at LBI. You always had a funny story for me, you taught me a thing or two about the Astros, and you were a rockin' dancer. The 'hood is less interesting without you here stirring up trouble, playing your scratch off games in front of the RS, and hanging out at your second home the longbranch.

I don't know what kind of monster would roll Fast like that. I hope it is a good trade -- the few bucks Fast had on him in exchange for a life in prison. Because that's where you are going. You killed someone that had a lot of friends that want to see you go to jail. He may have been a way for you to get a few crack rocks, but he was family to us.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Boo hoo, Karl Rove

Looks like America took out the trash last night. Wish they would have done that in my state too. I can't believe we have another 4 years of that prick for a governor. But anyway, it was fun to watch the Republicans lose all the scandal ridden seats and then lose the House across the board. Poor Baby Boy Bush has to deal with Nancy Pelosi. That can't turn out in his favor. And props to the first female Speaker of the House. Ha ha, Karl Rove you had to tell BBB what losers the Republicans are. I'm hoping that the senate races in Montana and Virginia go blue...

And another 3 slaps in the face for the losers:
1. South Dakota rejected the ban on virtually all abortions. Of course, that pretty much is the case since there is only one doctor providing this service for the whole state...
2. Arizona defeated the ban on gay marriage!
3. Missouri approved stem cell research.

Maybe people are getting tired of a bunch of criminals forcing their so called morality on our personal lives...

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Green vs. Rose, the rematch

In 2002, Patrick Rose defeated State Rep. Rick Green. Today was the rematch. Not at the polls because Rick Green isn't even on the ballot, but in front of them. Rep. Rose was greeting voters at the Sunset Canyon Baptist Church in Dripping Springs when Rick Green came up and assaulted him. Way to hold on to a grudge. Awesome.

Go vote today

Today is your last chance to vote. And if you don't vote, then you have no business complaining about what is going on the in the world.