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Friday, November 10, 2006

Gates of Vienna: Democrats Do Indeed Have Splendid Spend-It Plans

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posted by Robert on Friday, November 10, 2006 | link


Thursday, February 16, 2006

Am considering restarting blog. Am wondering if this is good idea. Should perhaps brush up on grammer first.

posted by Lee Ann on Thursday, February 16, 2006 | link


Monday, September 20, 2004

Ivan, Schm-ivan.

Ivan the Hurricane blew through here last Thursday, shutting down most of the state. My employer closed for the storm so I got the day off. I spent it doing one of my favorite things: drinking beer while watching the rain. Happy are we who can relish the simple pleasures of life.

posted by Lee Ann on Monday, September 20, 2004 | link


Sunday, July 25, 2004

  • Update.

      But just a small one.  I updated the Literarium.  Things have been quite boring lately.  I won't get interested in politics until some time in late August and nothing interesting happens outside the debates anyway.  As for Sandy Berger "accidently" stuffing classified documents into his socks (known as shoplifting in most places), there's only one thing you can do when confronted with a story like his: drink.

posted by Lee Ann on Sunday, July 25, 2004 | link


Sunday, June 06, 2004


No, I’m not dead but Reagan is. I will be wearing black for as long as I can stand it. The heat won’t bother me but looking too “New York” is so provincial. My new apartment is great but I have no Internet. My computer also went the way of the boy band. The budget will have to be tweaked before that situation can be rectified. I don’t have cable either but that is a good thing. I can only access the ‘Net at Le Chateau de Notorious G.U.P. so Spinsters current state of un-updated-ness will last for a bit longer.

Ya think it's time to interview for more Spinsters?

posted by Lee Ann on Sunday, June 06, 2004 | link


Tuesday, May 25, 2004

So . . .

Thar I wuz, watchin’ the TeeVee when it all happ’nend. I was actually at home for lunch because this is Pojo’s fourth birthday. “T’ Liann my got a fish! His name is Chocolate. He blue!” Having recovered from that exciting episode what to my wondering eyes should appear but one surrounded big rig and eight heavily-armed government agencies. Our local news got all hot and bothered about a semi-truck that got pulled over on 65. Okay, pulled over by the combined force of the Homeland Security Administration, the Secret Service, the local cops and probably the FBI too. They shut down 65, both north and southbound, and totally screwed up the city of Gardendale. After much drooling by the local news reporters, who were undoubtedly hoping for a national story, it turns out someone phoned in the truck because it had altered tags. The driver got ticketed and everyone went home. Just one more reason why I love my state.

posted by Lee Ann on Tuesday, May 25, 2004 | link


Sunday, May 16, 2004

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah.

Okay so the Massachusetts Supreme Court decided to overthrow the entirety of human civilization and impose gay marriage upon the nation, by fiat of course because democracy is so vulgar, apparently viewing intangible social structures as one of those “chaos, mayhem, my work here is done” kind of things. I guess ten thousand years of human social history is just a suggestion. Kind of like the speed limit. Oh, yes, the media elites that consider the system supported and encouraged atmosphere of rape, torture, and gang warfare that pervades American prisons to be just the thing for witty primetime repartee have their tampons in sideways over much milder abuses in Iraq. Cell block C is feeling the love. More importantly, I may be moving soon and that is costing me much time, money, and stress.

posted by Lee Ann on Sunday, May 16, 2004 | link


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