December 13, 2010

At the Red Dot Café...

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... hold tight.

12 comments:

traditionalguy said...

To what? The red berries everywhere are part of winter's beauty. A great old time Christmas wreath was an evergreen wreath with red, orange and yellow fruits attached by wires.

Bushman of the Kohlrabi said...

Looks like dessert for some friendly neighborhood cedar waxwings!

chickelit said...

For a minute there I thought you were going to link to Red Dot Potato Chips a regional favorite until they were "swallowed" by Free-to-Lay.

America's Politico said...

Well, today is a great day. Rahm is going to be OK to run for Mayor in Chicago. We will have a foundation for another great future POTUS in him, years from now. May be he will be key person in 2016 election (as a VP, perhaps). In the meantime, Obama-Biden (II) will bury the GOP.

Why will this happen? The GOP has no vision to run for Chicago. No vision to run for WH. What is the GOP good for, anyway? Who needs them? No one.

We just like the way things are in the WH and in the heartland (Chicago).

Ralph L said...

We will have a foundation
He's going to need one, or high heels.

edutcher said...

We're getting socked by that front rolling across the Great Lakes, so holding tight is about all that can be done.

The good news - The Blonde finally has a job, granted, part time, but at least something has finally worked out for her. With luck, something a bit more substantial around the corner.

I continue to study. We do what we can.

Chip Ahoy said...

Hi, Kids.

ironrailsironweights said...

As a snow lover I was totally depressed with yesterday's warm temperatures and rain and totally jealous of all the people in the Midwest. Fortunately, we now have some snow on the ground, probably not even an inch, but anything's welcome.

Peter

Ralph L said...

Peter, maybe the cold weather will encourage some women to stop shaving.

Methadras said...

Red Dot? I don't see any indians all up in this piece.

AlphaLiberal said...

A few months ago when we had all the foaming over plan to build a Muslim community center in a former Burlington Coat Factory, I pointed out that the hysteria was timed to inflame the Republican base before the election.

Now that the election has come and gone, have you noticed there is no longer any hullabaloo from the Islamophobes?

Chirp, chirp.

The GOP has played the rubes yet again.

Fen said...

AlphaLibtard: Now that the election has come and gone, have you noticed there is no longer any hullabaloo from the Islamophobes?

Haven't heard of these "Islamophobes" to begin with.

But I'd like to hear you explain this "irrational fear of Islam" to Ayaan Hirsi Ali...