Sunday, December 24, 2006
Monday, December 18, 2006
You Are The Terrorist of the Year!
Friday, December 08, 2006
Happy Furry Puppy Story Time with Norbizness: If The War in Iraq Was Breakfast at Denny's
Alternate slogan... 'Who Farted in My Mouth?'
CUSTOMER: I'd like the Grand Slam breakfast with scrambled eggs, buttermilk pancakes, and sausage links.
WAITER: Certainly, sir. I guarantee that this meal will exceed even the finest gourmet brunches of five-star hotels.
CUSTOMER: Kickass! (waiter leaves, customer reads newspaper. Five minutes passes)
WAITER #2: Sir, I regret to inform you that we've had to take the eggs off the menu. Apparently several customers have become violently ill after eating our scrumptious Denver Omelet.
CUSTOMER: Um... O.K. Say, what happened to the other waiter?
WAITER #2: He left to write the breakfast review column for The New Republic. Incidentally, sir, could you please pay up front? That'll be $13.50.
CUSTOMER: $13.50? It says $4.99 right here on the menu!
WAITER #2: WHY THE HELL DON'T YOU SUPPORT OUR CHEFS?
CUSTOMER: Fine, fine... I'm sorry. (gives the waiter the money, waiter leaves, begins reading the paper again. 10 minutes elapses.)
WAITER #3: Sir, you'll be happy to know that an independent commission of Denny's executives has been formed to discover why the sausage links are made of rancid, rabid Pomeranian meat. That'll be $40.
CUSTOMER: Who are... what the... dog meat?!? What the fuck?!?
WAITER #3: Please sir, keep it down. We've at least determined that the buttermilk pancake batter is the central front in the war on flesh-eating bacteria.
CUSTOMER: Fuck that noise, I'm leaving. My friend was right about this place all along, it's a cesspool full of disease and dishonest, slippery cretins.
WAITER #3: But THINK OF the customers in the waiting area! Now eat your Dog-sauge.
Posted by Norbizness at December 8, 2006 12:15 PM"
Friday, December 01, 2006
Gristmill: The environmental news blog | Grist Magazine
Giving Hillary a Pass
The question then becomes: did Vilsack enter to race to protect Hillary from an early primary loss to Edwards or does Vilsack really think he has a chance for the nomination?
I think the former but YMMV.*
* Your Mileage May Vary