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Archive for November 16th, 2007

My New Library Card

Posted by Mark on November 16, 2007

Courtesy of the GOP, for the Clinton “Public” Library, where all of Bill and Hill’s private, secret, not-to-be-revealed papers are stored. You too can own such a certificate, by clicking on the link.

Last night, I watched a special on children.
One of the kids was a real bully. She pushed all the other kids on the playground around, and everyone knew not to get on her bad side. She hung out with this kinda dumpy, glad-handing former class president. Nobody trusted him, but he sure knew how to pass out favors. And, if you crossed him, you had to deal with the girl who protected him.
All the other kids were scared to death of her, but figured they had to do something about it. They’d been saying things behind her back for a couple of weeks, ever since she had showed some weakness at a school assembly.

One day, seven of the kids all came at her at once. They were gonna take the bully on this time.

They had an audience of all the geeky kids who talked alot egging them on. I think the geeky kids all wrote for the school newspaper.
The seven started out saying brave things.

This one really good looking rich kid tried to take her on, but you could see the fear in his eyes.

One kid was clearly out of his league. Heck, he’d just come along because everyone said he was popular. He’d been a really good athlete in a small school in the midwest. But since moving to this big school, he kept losing every race.
The other four or five kids, realizing this could go really bad, began to cozy up to the bully. They were all pretty scared anyway, and really didn’t want to fight.

Pretty soon, they were all talking about this kid that scared all of them, even the bully and her glad handing boyfriend. Boy, they sure hated that kid! He had been class-President for awhile, and had outsmarted all of them.
In the end, even the rich kid and the small-town jock were saying nice things about the bully, and piling on the current class-President.

Next day, all the geeky kids from the school newspaper went on and on about what a “fight” it was, and how brave the bully was to stand up to it all.

And those six or seven kids that took her on didn’t sleep well for days. They all had nightmares, afraid the bully would come after them if she ever became class President herself.

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Whiskey River: Jack’s Drowning!

Posted by Mark on November 16, 2007

No. This is too horrible to contemplate:


Here’s a sobering thought: Hundreds of bottles of Jack Daniel’s whiskey, some of it almost 100 years old, may be unceremoniously poured down a drain because authorities suspect it was being sold by someone without a license.

Officials seized 2,400 bottles late last month during warehouse raids in Nashville and Lynchburg, the southern Tennessee town where the whiskey is distilled.

“Punish the person, not the whiskey,” said an outraged Kyle MacDonald, 28, a Jack Daniel’s drinker from British Columbia who promotes the whiskey on his blog. “Jack never did anything wrong, and the whiskey itself is innocent.”

Talk about War Crimes. Where’s the UN High Court when you need it?

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