Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Wednesday Oblivion

Much to post, but no time -- apologies. So, a quickie:

* Hey, it was a real snowstorm! First snowfall of the season, and a sweet one. I couldn't get my car up my driveway until it was plowed, despite seven tries, and en route to my car heading off to work yesterday I fell flat on my ass. Winter's here!

  • Isn't this a major pisser -- and didn't most of us know it all along?

  • * Happy Thanksgiving to one and all!

    More time to post tomorrow, with more Neil tales, more on the good folks we met, and much more...

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    7 Comments:

    Blogger Roger Green said...

    Happy Thanksgiving, Steve!

    Impeach Bush AND Cheney!

    11/21/2007  
    Blogger dogboy443 said...

    We made it home safe and sound from your neck of the woods. The highway was very clear. Did stop in Noho for some funny books. Spent the rest of the day napping. We also stopped by One Stop Video on the way home. I picked up DayWatch and Kathy picked up the collected Robin of Sherwood Season 2 DVD. She loves that store.
    Happy Bird Day to you and Marge.

    Mk

    11/21/2007  
    Blogger HemlockMan said...

    Well, at least you guys HAVE a winter! No such thing here anymore.

    Bush is a lying, mass murdering moron and a sack of shit.

    11/21/2007  
    Blogger dogboy443 said...

    I agree.

    He's also stinky and he lies.

    11/21/2007  
    Blogger Mark Martin said...

    Calm down.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21917188/

    11/22/2007  
    Blogger Mike Dobbs said...

    Damage control time. And a classic way to sell a book...release some juicy bits, create a controversey and then back away when it gets too hot.

    So which is worse: the Bush lies, the Cheney the lies from Scotty McDnowjob or the pandering way the publisher uses all of this to make some cash?

    Happy Thanksgiving to one and all!

    11/22/2007  
    Blogger Mike Dobbs said...

    Oops should be The Cheney lies,

    11/22/2007  

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