August 26, 2011

At the Blue Door Café...

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... come on in, and don't be sad!

21 comments:

Freeman Hunt said...

... you can walk arm in arm.

Lem said...
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Sebastian said...

But, Mrs. Meade, the door's locked!

Ann Althouse said...

Gasp! A hasp!

Carol_Herman said...

Not open for business.

Is this what a ghost town looks like "in the beginning?"

traditionalguy said...

You have locked us out.

traditionalguy said...

You can paint it blue, but the wood police are not that easily fooled.

You cannot have Canadian Fir without a permit.

Titus said...

I am ready for Anderson Cooper and Hurricane Coverage.

He better be wearing "fitted t".

What am I saying. Of course he will have on fitted t with nipples showing.

I love bad weather. I am into Media Types Porn.

Ralph L said...

You cannot have Canadian Fir without a permit
Peter Ironrails says you can't get it, period.

edutcher said...

A scraper and some sandpaper would cheer up the door.

Clyde said...

If you're feeling blue, here's an upbeat song to cheer you up:

Lindi Ortega - I'm No Elvis Presley

Off her 2011 album Little Red Boots. Recommended.

Almost Ali said...

Leave it to the Times to publish a steady stream of parasitic annoyances, not the least of which is Cornel West.

rick said...

Financed by FannieMae for $1.8 mil.

edutcher said...

Well, the day dawns and 2 things to note:

Pam Geller is putting together a people's 9/11 commemoration with clergy and cops and firemen invited;

Irene (not the one pictured elsewhere here) is wussing out. I'll bet Little Zero wishes he stayed to get in one last day of golf on Maatha's Vineyard.

rhhardin said...

Irene is going strong on NYC WABC radio.

The big news is shutting down all mass transit and airports.

It's a new news ritual.

It used to be called a roust.

You can't do anything so you make the biggest inconvenience you can instead.

rhhardin said...

It may not be come as a hurricane but it's really big, is the 8am NYC news line.

As big as California, "Some say as big as all of Europe."

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America's Politico said...

Well well, you know, I had the happy-hour at Oval Room last night with two really super, I mean really super, K-street consultants. They told me that the press has so much dirt on Perry that it is being held till next year. In sum: I was told that if I do not calm down or relax, they would do to me what Obama will do to GOP. So there you have it. The GOP is becoming blue and soon it will be dark - lights out. I cannot believe that Perry is edging towards nomination with so little to show for. Let's face it: There is no way voters will not with great passion support the re-election of their beloved POTUS, Obama. It is given. The press has already committed and that is what sways the voters. You better believe it. This is straight from the super K-streeters.

Curious George said...

About time AP rolled out the really super K-street consultants. I was getting tired of the "b list" shit.

Curious George said...

"traditionalguy said...
You can paint it blue, but the wood police are not that easily fooled.

You cannot have Canadian Fir without a permit."

Looks like Western Red Cedar to me.

AllenS said...

Maybe you can't go into the Blue Door Café. Maybe the door's been super glued shut. It's been known to happen in Wisconsin.