October 28, 2010

"Arriving angry at Bush's Texas ranch over the president's position on Israel and Ramallah, Abdullah quickly decided he wanted to leave."

"But the prince spots a turkey on the road -- and takes it as a good omen, a sign from Allah!"

39 comments:

shake-and-bake said...

Go Giants.

madAsHell said...

Yeah....I do miss him.

I'll take "nook-q-lar" over "behaved stoopidly", "it took a long time to free the slaves"....or what ever else passes for 733t thinking.

MadisonMan said...

As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.

Titus said...

Does Bush even live there anymore?

Didn't they sell it right after he left the White House?

I say Go Giants as well.

Michael said...

Turkeys do fly, but first they walk. Or trot.

veni vidi vici said...

It was a sign from God that Bush would be succeeded in office by a jive turkey.

edutcher said...

Two lines struck me:

Bush pulls back the curtain with a strikingly personal work that takes very few shots at his critics.

Bush found himself saying a prayer for the cancer-stricken ABCNEWS anchor Peter Jennings.


The difference between a class act and a community organizer

MadisonMan said...

As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.

O-o-o-h-h-h, the humanity!

traditionalguy said...

W has always been a personable man with an easy way of making friends, but his deciding, along with the Dems in Congress, to finance his wars with the Mother of all Real Estate Bubbles turns out to have been the worst decision ever made by a US President.Does he talk about that decision?

Titus said...

I like to do a "grande Pleay" when I fart. I may to Port de Bras hands as well to introduce the fart.

It makes it more dramatic.

Trooper York said...

Muslims love turkeys. That's Biden is Vice President. Just sayn'

Trooper York said...

Oh yeah.

GO GIANTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Did I tell you they are going to win the Superbowl this year.

Lem said...

...and did I tell you how the Yankees choked against Texas?

(I could not help that Trooper ;)

I heard Dog on Imus this morning he was just loving it.

garage mahal said...

Wait a minute, weren't almost all those 9/11 hijackers from Saudi Arabia?

Revenant said...

Wait a minute, weren't almost all those 9/11 hijackers from Saudi Arabia?

Yes.

Lem said...

Estimated delivery November 15, 2010

Whats the point of pre-ordering if you are not getting it at least on the day it comes out?

Is it that they cant handle it?

What year is this?

Kev said...

(the other kev)

Wait a minute, weren't almost all those 9/11 hijackers from Saudi Arabia?

So Garage is in favor of profiling. What a racist.

Salamandyr said...

As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.

Great show.

Trooper York said...

Hey Lem, Texas was just better than us. They won fair and square. I congratulate them.

It's a shame that Lee had to lay down like a dog in the Series though. I thought Arnold Rothstein was dead?

Lem said...

Unless I haven't bee paying enough attention, I think Obama missed one.. Bush's Stem Cell call.

Did he undo that one too?

Lem said...

I hear the Yankees are going to make a pitch for Cliff Lee.. hes becoming a free agent.

AJ Lynch said...

"Turkey gives a sign to world leader"

Heh.."we are in the very best of hands" or "Good grief".. heh.

ndspinelli said...

Cheney would have bagged that turkey..and probably Abdullah too.

Michael said...

Garage: Are you aware that every chance you get you wail against the Saudis? Does your bigotry and lack of tolerance have no bounds at all? Are you not aware of the rules of liberal orthodoxy?

Blue@9 said...

Meh, he may have been a nice guy, but he spent our money faster than any liberal save Obama. The fact that he looks good in comparison to the current President does not, IMO, absolve him of those terrible policies.

garage mahal said...

Michael
I don't know any liberals that stick up for Saudi Arabia, do you?

DaveW said...

I was walking the dogs this morning about 4:45am, and I was going to take another block, but we saw an armadillo. So we turned around and came home.

But that was because my dogs are hard to control around armadillos.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

I guess a turkey on the road is as good an omen as any, when you believe in omens and other supernatural occurances controling your life.

@Titus

Remember what Jack Nicholson said in The Bucket List....'never trust a fart'.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

The ice maker on the refrigerator spit out a piece of ice when I walked into the kitchen.

I took that as an omen that I should pour myself a scotch.

There was no omen, but I opened a box of crackers and sliced some cheese anyway.

Blue@9 said...

Michael
I don't know any liberals that stick up for Saudi Arabia, do you?


Why is that, are they all bad?

MadisonMan said...

DB Queen, did you intentionally follow a post mentioning farts with a one talking about cutting cheese?

HDHouse said...

as Ms DeVito stated in My Cousin Vinny...the only car that could make those tire marks was a corvette which could never, ever be confused with a buick skylark....

although in hindsite assuming that the turkey in the road was the former president it might be confusing indeed.

Sixty Grit said...

hdhallucinator wrote: "as Ms DeVito stated in My Cousin Vinny...the only car that could make those tire marks was a corvette which could never, ever be confused with a buick skylark....

although in hindsite assuming that the turkey in the road was the former president it might be confusing indeed."

Marisa Tomei played a character named "Mona Lisa Vito" DeVito the last name of your twin.

Corvettes were not mentioned in that film, instead, the car used by the murderers was a Tempest with a limited slip differential.

Hindsite is not a word, except in your twisted shit-encrusted world. Go back to marinating in your own feculence and leave commenting to those who are not habitual liars, crooks and self-soilers.

And for God's sake, learn to write in English. You are a fucking retard, but you are wrong about everything.

WV: dabutsin - seriously - you commit them every day, hd.

Clyde said...

Q. Why did the turkey cross the road?

A. Sorry, that's classified, so you'll have to wait for the next Wikileaks dump.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

Corvettes were not mentioned in that film, instead, the car used by the murderers was a Tempest with a limited slip differential.

My husband to be, dating at the time of this movie (one of my all time favorite movies), impressed the hell out of me when we were watching this movie. Neither of us had ever seen it yet.

He is a huge classic car buff and when the photos of the tire tracks were shown, before Marisa Tomei had her scene, he explained to me exactly why the tracks were important, what a limited differential slip rear end was, how it worked, and named the Pontiac Tempest as a possible make of the get away car.

After UN-pausing the movie and then continuing on, he was vindicated.

The man is a car savant: can tell you the year of almost any classic car (pre 1980's) by a glimpse of the headlights or a fender well.

I remain impressed.

Methadras said...

Dust Bunny Queen said...

@Titus

Remember what Jack Nicholson said in The Bucket List....'never trust a fart'.


He also said in Batman 1, playing as the Joker, "This town needs an enema!"

Martin L. Shoemaker said...

Lem said...

Estimated delivery November 15, 2010

Whats the point of pre-ordering if you are not getting it at least on the day it comes out?


You're overlooking Amazon's profit-maximizing strategy. Usually with pre-orders (I haven't checked in this case), they offer release day delivery if you pay extra for the two-day shipping and handling. And I'm sure they make a profit on "and handling".

There are some minor benefits for the customer in preordering:

1. You're guaranteed an early copy, even if not same day.

2. If the price drops between when you order and when it ships, you automatically get the reduced price. That happened with a DVD set I ordered: I saved $9 without even trying. But if somehow the price goes up, you get the original pre-order price.

3. The usual Amazon benefits: shop from home, etc.

Those are pretty minor benefits, I admit. Still, there's no real down side to pre-ordering: they don't charge your card until they actually pack and ship your order, so it's not like they're tying up your funds.

Methadras said...

An angry arab sees a butterball on foot, says it's a sign from Allah, and then everything is okay once again? Well, shit, then I think a turkey drop in the whole of the middle-east and other Muslim countries should pretty much engender world peace at that point, no?

Methadras said...

HDHouse said...

although in hindsite assuming that the turkey in the road was the former president it might be confusing indeed.


Hey, you old biddy. When you wake up in the morning and crack the shit encrusted from you hollow, sunken, raccoon eyes and shamble towards the bathroom to empty out your colostomy bag, do you look in the mirror and get totally confused at who the fuck is looking back at you? That is your existence you miserable wretch.

AllenS said...

Wild turkeys fly, domesticated turkeys are unable to take flight. Probably because domesticated turkeys have been bred to have meaty large breasts. A wild turkey doesn't have anywhere near the same amount of breast meat.