ALERT: Caterpillar pension data theft!
Given the large number of Caterpillar retirees here in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas, I thought I'd bring this to your attention --
Caterpillar laptop with pension information stolen.
WARNING! This is not underwear! Do not attempt to put in pants!
I had a Brain Thing Thursday and have been feeling it out to see if it was just a brain fart caused by a short neuro-circuit or if I am falling into the abyss of madness.
A bubble-gum-type machine at a local grocery store dispenses make-your-own Happy Bunny stickers. It lets you pick from a bunch of somewhat-related words on a seperate page.
. . . I have a feeling there's a problem with translation in the subject of a piece of spam I received today.
The Left's leader in the calm, reasonable wing of Congress demonstrates that the length of time he is able to keep a promise does not last until the end of the promise itself.
"I'm not going to get into a name-calling match with the administration's
chief attack dog," he said.
On the eBay-affiliated Web site half.com, several books were listed for sale under the screen name "blazers5505."
They include "Men, Women, and Chainsaws" by Carol J. Clover, a book that explores gender in the modern horror film; the publisher's note reads: "Do the pleasures of horror movies really begin and end in sadism?"
Others include "The Best of H.P. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre," by H.P. Lovecraft; and "The Female of the Species: Tales of Mystery and Suspense" by Joyce Carol Oates _ a book in which the publisher writes: "In these and other gripping and disturbing tales, women are confronted by the evil around them and surprised by the evil they find within themselves."
Books by those three authors were taught in his Contemporary Horror class, meaning he could have been merely selling the used books at the end of the semester.
I should probably say something about the death of Boris Yeltsin.
Sheryl Crow calls for rationing toilet paper.
Crow has suggested using "only one square per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where two to three could be required".
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meet my friend Marion.
Apparently, as a result of my zeal in pursuing Operation Ex-Lax, many within the New Regime in Thayer think I am a Democrat.
One bit of post-Operation Ex-Lax news.
This is an actual sign located on the door of a business here in Thayer.
Can't read it? Here's a blow-up, with the help of some of my Mad Digital Enhancement Skillz, to make it more readable.
Well, okay, but shouldn't you buy me dinner first?
Or is it an observation that I forgot to tuck back in after my last pee break?
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. . . 'Cuz I went out and bought a 512MB flash drive, so I can start bringing in video clips to post here via YouTube.
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. . . but does that paper for which I voluntarily submit articles free of compensation have to 'tard up my headlines so much?
1. Senile puppet hits blonde bitchboy/mass murderer with a stick.
As a Libertarian, I am accustomed to losing. Always.
Labels: Operation Ex-Lax