Wednesday, October 6, 2010

anyone for tennis?

wouldn't that be nice...
I had a dream last night that a bunch of lawn bowlers were coming after me in the rain, some slithering on their bellies like in the movie Freaks... geez, I didn't know they were so rowdy!!! they are...they are worse than the Teabaggers and I think they are trying to form a new political party... so you heard it here first: the Lawn Bowl Party!!

odds and ends
rightwingers want to keep pot illegal and keep throwing money at the war on drugs; leftwingers want to legalize pot and risk creating a new generation of stoners...hey, the sheriff busted more pot there's a smart use of tax money!! When pot is legalized, will they have Weed Lights like Marlboro Lights or Bud Lite? it's all marketing, folks

Christine O'Donnel has a new ad out where she insists she's not a witch and says she's me! well, she's not me I'm me..she can do me, but's she's not me....

Teabagger Tom Watson stated that he'd even come into union halls to debate shy Lois Capps...for a guy who says he only hires people with advanced degrees, it's refreshing he would lower himself to speak with the rank and file, the backbone of California..the folks who provide services like sewer cleaning, water and wastewater treatment, cops and fire, truck drivers and backhoe operators...wowie..thanks Massa Watson!! I think the reason Lois won't debate is because she'e busy trying to pass legislation to stop the new yuppie lawn bowlers from picking on old people...
the conservatives and teabggers want to privatize (for profit) city services like fire, but maybe they should check this out: Firefighters watch as home burns to the ground by reporter - Jason Hibbs, September 30, 2010OBION COUNTY, Tenn. - Imagine your home catches fire but the local fire department won't respond, then watches it burn. That's exactly what happened to a local family tonight.A local neighborhood is furious after firefighters watched as an Obion County, Tennessee, home burned to the ground.The homeowner, Gene Cranick, said he offered to pay whatever it would take for firefighters to put out the flames, but was told it was too late. They wouldn't do anything to stop his house from burning.Each year, Obion County residents must pay $75 if they want fire protection from the city of South Fulton. But the Cranicks did not pay.The mayor said if homeowners don't pay, they're out of luck.In Colorado, however, totally privatized Fire Departments are working. For people who pay.
Some homes threatened by a wildfire in the Colorado foothills west of Boulder were protected by a private team of firefighters hired by an insurance company to look out for its clients' property.
Currently, there are restrictions on what they can and cannot do...
They aren't allowed to fight fires if the homes ignite, and they're required to get permission from firefighting commanders.Three homes insured by Chubb were destroyed and at least 10 others in the fire zone were spared, the newspaper reported.
And the elephants are dancing on the graves of squealing mice.
Anyone for tennis, wouldn't that be nice?

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