"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
I thinking that I can double the bang for my buck by emulating this intrepid fella. They are, after all, ideological brethren.And I can keep my carbon footprint down, since Seattle is much closer!
And, for the record, yes, that statue of Lenin is indeed inside the United States of America.Is there any surprise that I'd like to draw a new state border along the crest of the Cascade Mountains?
I will not be celebrating the president's birthday. Thank you.
Just think, sometime in the distant future, after he's dead & gone, they'll celebrate the birthday of the greatest President who ever lived!Who? I don't know. Surely, you didn't think I was talking about Dick Obama, did you?*
There will be no celebration at my house but I saw a bilboard on I-20 in Shreveport La. yesterday which read: Happy birthday President Obama. Here is to four more years.It was signed "A blue collar worker" and the guy's name.
A blue-collar worker able to afford the rent for billboard? Must be union.
Probably union but very lucky to still have a job.
No celebrations planned for us. But maybe I will buy some incandescent light bulbs, get some BBQ, and do something. Perhaps a black rose to the Los Angeles Democrat Party.JeffS, I know it's Seattle, and apparently they went down fighting over the statue, but why is that thing still standing. There are statues all across the country that are disassembled, or disappear. If ever there was one, it would be this. Deborah Leigh
Well, it's a big 'un, Deborah, so it's hard to move. You can't use explosives, not and avoid casualties. A large thermite charge would be needed. That's hard stuff to get. Or make (safely). Besides, I expect that they are prepared for such an attack, and have the police primed for an immediate response. Naturally.
plenty of other things to celebrate on that day http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/August_4
Wear sackcloth and ashes.
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