Saturday, January 29, 2005

Bush, actin' presidential.

Such a character, that president of ours!

LAMB: The longer you're in this White House, with all those that have gone before you, do you see ghosts of past Presidents?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, I quit drinking in '86. (Laughter.)
LAMB: I mean, do you feel the history of the place?

Ed Rendell and Mitt Romney make one of the stupidest Superbowl bets in... well, in the history of Superbowl betting.

Back in the (crazy) saddle again:

Rumble is former Republican U.S. Senate candidate/nightmare Alan Keyes is eyeing a bid for governor.

Let us pray for deliverance.
That's the Chicago Sun-Times praying for deliverance, not me. I'm looking forward to it.

Monday, January 24, 2005

Someone is selling a large Frosted Flake on eBay. For $64.14.

If that's not a sign of the apocalypse, I don't know what is.

(Worth noting: the seller cautions against trusting the "unoriginal joker" who's copying the seller's idea and selling a flake "of a lesser statue by far." It's unclear whether he meant "a lesser stature," or, in fact, "a lesser statue." Or perhaps "a lesser statute." Because who can tell with these eBayers?)

New USPS motto: "Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow, yadda yadda yadda. And, well, okay, maybe snow."