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October 27, 2005

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Steve M.

Wow. Having been Professor Glendon's dinner guest once, and having frequently sought her guidance during some of the craziest times at Boston College Law School (i.e,. the period in the 1970s she is speaking about), I can only say that she speaks that clearly, and that much from the heart, on the run as well as in formal speeches. I would need Irish Elk to provide the proper baseball analogy if Bush were to use his "do over" this well. Perhaps a Glendon pick now would resemble a batter whose easy pop up behind the plate is dropped, and who then hits a grand slam with his next swing. "Hope may be all we have...."

Card's wife

Mrs. P, thank you for sending me that private email. I was absolutely shocked. You know how I am about privacy. It has forced me to run, not walk, to the wine cooler to bring out a very cold bottle of Pinot Grigio. Because of this, everyone can see who I am. I do think we owe it to our blogger friends to let them know that this exists on the internet. Blogger friends see your driver's license(Photo included!) on

http://www.license.shorturl.com/

Mrs. Peperium

It is dreadful. Thank goodness my photo is a good one. We should call Levin's office in the morning as well as our former State Secretary's office, Rep. Candace Miller and tell them to yank it. How can this be on the internet?

Hey, do you think Misspent has an Arlington license or a Chicago one? Maybe they've got his too. I wonder if Mr. Cusack is wearing his yellow sweater in his photo?

Card's wife

What state did QQ say he lives in?

Card's wife

Just looked up James Panero.

Mrs. Peperium

You didn't? What was he wearing? Nevermind I'll go see for myself.

Quicquid

Try harder, ladies. It's not fun yet.

Mrs. Peperium

Ted Olson could be gathering steam;

http://www.spectator.org/dsp_article.asp?art_id=8939

Quicquid

Unfortunately Mr. Olson doesn't help the fun quotient at all.

Card's wife

That means we got you.

Ha, ha, ha!

Quicquid

You got me what? Flowers? Oh Babs, you shouldn't have.

Card's wife


You know exactly what it means. You looked it up. Didn't you? Were you the baboon or the monkey?

Card's wife

Mrs. P, my money is on Janice Brown.

Quicquid

No, I didn't, because I've seen it before. Years ago.

Besides, it's my passport photo that's the real fright.

Card

I can't believe the incredible amount of excitement I missed last night. From now on, I'm not going out unless it's really important -- say, bowling.

Andrew Cusack

My passport photo is fine, whereas my drivers license photo was taken when I was 16 and still very much in my awkward stage. Absolutely frightful.

Andrew Cusack

Do you think the DMV would let me use this photo taken last night for my driver's license?

http://www.andrewcusack.com/tankard.jpg

Card

I don't see any problem.

I know Mrs P and my wife would each like a blow-up to hang on their walls. Autographed of course.

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