for the first debate, but there’s still time for fun. =
time John McCain mentions his POW experience, praise his courage and =
kamikaze. This one is only for the heavy drinkers.
says change everyone has to switch seats and drink the other person=92s =
Every time John McCain tries to associate Barack =
an unsavory character, take a sip of your dirty =
someone says bailout you have to finish your drink and pour=20
Every time John McCain says “my friends”, spit out =
drink and shout “I am not your friend” at the =
time “evil”, “evil doers”, or anything with evil is mentioned, drink a =
French red wine.
Every time John McCain threatens Iran, =
savage car bomb or cherry bomb.
Every time Barack Obama =
McCain to George W. Bush, drink a sloe gin fizz and wish for better =
days. . .=20
When Georgia is mentioned, drink a fuzzy =
time John McCain mentions Sarah Palin, drink a white russian. After all, =
Sarah Palin is around there must be a Russian nearby=20
Every time John McCain smiles creepily, drink a=20
If anyone mentions a golden parachute, pound =
Every time John McCain makes an appeal to =
rights, lean back and take a sip of that sweet southern comfort. . .=20
Every time John McCain says anything, take a drink from =
oldest, crappiest bottle you have-that skunked beer in the back of the =
the two-dollar wine someone gave you for your birthday five years ago, =
from that bottle of Popov vodka left over from a party you had in=20
February-because you=92ve heard it all before, and you didn=92t much =
like it the=20
Regardless of what either candidate says, at =
the end of=20
the debate, drink something that must be lit on fire first, then hit =
the face with a shovel.
dee dee dit=20
de dee dee dee dit…
working. Yay. The only problem now is that we’ve not gotten =
magic box yet. When will it arrive? It’s like waiting for =
without a calendar.
valiantly. Although chilly in the morning, by midday we’ve had =
weather. I really hope I get out to film it before it’s too =
Alas, I am too busy with Dr Slough and something for =
which Julie is=20
a teacher, is larger than Belgium.
unheard of in=20
It was this week in 1066 that William the Conqueror arrived in England looking for a fight. After defeating the Old-English speaking Saxons mid October of 1066, the English language turned on its ear from being a Germanic tongue to being one also influence by Latin via French.
So it’s thanks to that, that I was able to have a job teaching English in Saxony. Daddum ching.
I’m calling one in.
Still weeks away from having the internet at home, I’ve set up the blog =
to post using email. In this fashion, one can write the posts as email =
messages using a pop3 email client, send the messages to the outbox, and =
they should get posted at soon as the email is sent.
There seems to be a few things to iron out: a few odd characters and =
text wrap issues etc. Also, I don’t think I can use any html or send =
attachments to be posted.
Windows is Shutting Down