“I’m going to get a burger to go from the Ottawa Tavern, and return to the park for the Occupy Toledo General Assembly.” —carlos
CATS, DOGS, CZECH IMMIGRANTS
- me: also bjork was in a movie
- me: saddest thing i may have ever seen????
- me: it was a movie i watched and then sat in the tub and cried
- pr: oh i did that too once
- pr: i think the movie was
- pr: Milo and Otis
- me: I HATE YOU
“In the colonial French “Babar,” the elephant is educated in how to be a colonial Frenchman.” —there’s just too much that I love about this piece on The Phantom Tollbooth at 50, from the lead on down
SARDINE AND SPINACH SUNDAES
- me: A new poverty-stricken Muppet will highlight the issue of hunger struggles on an episode of "Sesame Street", the show said in a statement on Tuesday.
- me: .... POVERTY-STRICKEN MUPPET
- Justin: I've literally already seen this mentioned but it really bears asking
- Justin: What about that guy who lives in a garbage can?
“This sounds a great deal like indoctrinating kids early in subtle methods of behavior control. Make them good little robots of consumtpotion early on. The article doesn’t suggest anything was being over aside from the position next to the checkout. It sounds like the kids are being exposed to the concept of “point of purchase” displays using fruit. They are being taught to impulse buy under the guise of “keeping them healthy”. But, then, they stipulated things like mandatory bike and roller skating helmets that deform their developing brains, and cost significant amounts spread over a nation of bike riders and roller skaters, to protect kids from injuries that might occur but didn’t really! The New World Order uses that pretense regularly. Some may argue that the instinct to ignore something like ice cream if the lid is closed is already there, but it can be suggested that this only reinforces it, maybe even awakens it, that someone not manipulated that way won’t develop a tendency to be dissuaded by simple inconvenience.” —
- me: I ate fried rabbit!
- mom: grossssssssssssssssssss
- mom: what if that was the easter bunny!!!
“Guests sipped Macallan ten-year-old single-malt scotch. A young man sporting a mid-length auburn beard which fastidiously matched his russet straw fedora and red pants was asked what he thought of the mustache watercolors which Bergdorf’s had placed for the occasion. “Well, I ought to like them,” he replied, “I painted them.” —
“such notable CBS News specials as “An Essay on Bridges” (1965), “An Essay on Hotels” (1966), “An Essay on Women” (1967), “An Essay on Chairs” (1968)” —Andy Rooney is leaving “60 Minutes”
SIX THINGS I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT
- me: i did not make this up
- me: "If you enjoy Tex-Mex, or are open minded to it, then we will definitely get along."
- af: "If you enjoy pasteurized products, then we will have an OK time."
- af: "If you like a glass of milk,
- af: then you sound ok."
- af: "If you have ever dreamed of an egg ascending an escalator in a cup
- af: then I want to bury myself in you."
- Brian: There's no This Heat on Spotify. *flips entire world over*
“Before we execute this man we are going to humanely set him free, let him fall in love, get married, raise a family, grow old and die soundly in his bed.” —Justin
“WHEREAS, the Perennial Purple Tree Collard represents what Richmond aspires to be – tough, healthy and productive, and …” —The things you learn about standing outside on the sidewalk in front of your apartment at 9 p.m. in Oakland
- me: did i ever win
- mom: just first runner up...
- me: my life is a lie
- me: i thought i won once
- mom: you got little trophies though...
- mom: little bit of makeup...not much...you have good skin and perfect lips
- me: uh
- mom: i never let you look like a tiara baby
“On a daily basis college graduates make me feel less ashamed that I dropped out of college.” —carlos
- Justin: Telling me about this show they have in england where people send clips of like bloopers I guess you would call it
- Justin: There was one clip, it was a fat bloke and he coming don't on a bicycle onto this little ramp and it collapsed. You knew that would happen!
- Brian: I just don't get British humor.