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Thursday, January 10, 2008



The Long Road of Silence

I feel it appropriate to at least check in with a post, although I cannot guarantee that what follows will rise to the level of greatness that my legion of readers have come to expect.

The near-irrelevance of my last post to our current posture in this here Americanish place requires that this post either:


1) delve to the heart of everything that's happened in sport, politics, our legal landscape, and the world of fine draperies over the past six months or so, or
2) shoddily skim the tops of any or all of these great sequoia-like topics in such a cursory fashion that good taste is entirely tossed out the window.
Uhhh ... so I choose #2

One - Red Sox -
Aww Yeah!



Two - Patriots - That's right!
No Quarter!

Three -- Bill Richardson -
shucks



Four -- Al Gore --
Anybody … Bueller???

Five -- Clarence Thomas --
guffaw!

Six -- Rudy Guiliani -- actually, no opinion, but I love this photo - symbolic of his New Hampshire campaign:



Seven -- The new Law & Order ---
jury is still out

Seven and a Half -- -- The new Asst. D.A. on Law & Order -
Yes please

Seven & some fraction bigger than one-half -- The old Law and Order -
Whoomp there it is!

Eight -- Eight? I forgot what Eight Was For .... ohh yeah ... takin' a
wide stance

Nine -- Ted Leo & The Pharmacists --
Listen Up!

Ten -- Time -- ... of the essence. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was.


That's all for now. Hopefully, more substance will follow ... But don't hold your breathe

Same as it ever was.


Cheer up, son!

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4 Comments:

Blogger weasel said...

He lives!

10:11 AM

 
Blogger B said...

At least Sir Rick has come out and made more noise than Mr. Gore. I was worries about you both. Now I'm just worried about Al.

8:51 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm liking the new L+O to date. The new ADA is impressive and despite the new cop playing Jesus in a recent movie (which always leaves me waiting for him to perform a miracle to produce evidence) I like the new cast. Typing of that guy, he was Jesus in one movie and in a mini-series debacle he played a radical that became one of the Weathermen (and not the doppler guys). He's played em' all, baby.

8:30 AM

 
Blogger Tim said...

When will the discussion of fine draperies start?

11:49 PM

 

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