Friday, September 3, 2010

On Moosebreath

We gotta go out and do our shopping for the weekend before the locusts descend on our grocery store, so I'll leave you with a recommendation to read the big story about Moosebreath in Vanity Fair.

The woman is a vengeful, petty, self-centered, hot tempered unhappy shrew, but whether she's blowing hot or cold, one thing is for certain - she blows. This quote sums it up pretty good:

[...] “You’re just putting on a show. You’re so fake,” one of the children said when Palin made a point of praying in front of other people. “This is not who you are. Why are you pretending to be something you’re not?”

Money and power, child, money and power. She's gotta get it before her fake little world collapses around her and her gullible public. Soon, let us pray.


We got to the market at 11:30. Waaaay too late. They're already here.

I scored a free snowmobile yesterday that had been abandoned at a house a coupla doors down that's in foreclosure. The Realtor-In-Charge was happy that I would get it outta there. All I know so far is that it's a Yamaha Phazer, probably of 1984-'89 vintage, worth maybe $300, started easy and ran well enough to get it the few hundred feet to home. Must investigate my new toy further, so see yas later.

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