Friday, November 25, 2005

Philosophy Gone Awry

Without belief, without a positive set of beliefs, and without action to act on these beliefs, we achieve nothing.

Eric Garner,


Oh, Eric, come no, now. That's so ... un-Yeetle!

Saturday, November 19, 2005

This just in...yesterday....South Korea

10:07 a.m. ET Nov. 19, 2005
OSAN AIR BASE, South Korea - His war policies under siege at home, President Bush said Saturday there would be no early troop withdrawal because “sober judgment” must prevail over emotional calls to end the military mission before Iraq is stabilized.

Later in the interview, President Bush noted that being on the 11th step of his 12 step program allows him to make a "sober judgment," barring disapproval from his mentor.

"I don't expect anyone within the program will say I'm not slobber...I mean sobert, I mean SOBER. (Goddammit!)"

President Bush was rushed off for an important "meeting."

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Oh, Dick! Get over it!

WASHINGTON - In the sharpest White House attack yet on critics of the Iraq war, Vice President Dick Cheney said on Wednesday that accusations the Bush administration manipulated intelligence to justify the war were a “dishonest and reprehensible” political ploy.

I'm glad Mr. Cheney finally admitted to this. Now, we can move on to more pressing matters like his indictment.

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Eau Claire?

I have a phone interview set up for tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. with a healthcare provider. The job? I forgot!

I guess I'll have to dig through all my email and what not to find out just exactly what I had applied Eau Claire, WI!!!

OK, just relax. It will be fine.

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Hmmm....wait a minute....

The Yeetle Box

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Tuesday, November 08, 2005


BAGHDAD, Iraq - Gunmen on Tuesday opened fire on a car carrying two lawyers defending some of Saddam Hussein’s co-defendants in a trial for crimes against humanity, killing one and wounding the other, police and defense team sources said.

The attack followed the murder of another defense lawyer in the team who was shot the day after the trial started in Baghdad last month.

Now, if Saddam Hussein were tried in the U.S., this wouldn't happen, and he'd probably win on appeal. I think the U.S. should provide his defense. What? Yes, that's right: the U.S. of A. Why? Because we have the best judicial system in the world for powerful people.

Consider Meiers as lead defense attorney! Wow! Then we would see how good she really is.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Bush asks for $1.2 billion to fight bird flu

Why doesn't the president focus on people's health instead of birds? Jesus, George, they're birds! People first!