Apr 1, 2006

Chianti, For Everyone...

It's Saturday night and Chicago has great Italian restaurants with deep dish pizza. I am setting my clocks forward and sleeping in late tomorrow! ;)

Have a great weekend. Ciao.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


Jackie is not going to be happy with your diet!

8:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Let him enjoy this one day of cheating. Besides, tonight is NCAA March Madness! I hope that you enjoy the game and relax and not think the nimrod criminals that you are indicting now and in the future. Enjoy your weekend and stay out of trouble. Take it easy on the peppers and sausage on your pizza. You can give up a week of Krispy Kremes next week since you are slacking off this weekend with the deep crust pizza! Go Bruins!


9:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Had to pass this article:

Wanted: New FEMA director

New York Times
The calls went out across the nation, as Bush administration officials asked the country's most seasoned disaster response experts to consider the job of a lifetime: FEMA director. But again and again, the response over the past several months was the same: "No thanks."
And there you go! No one wants the job as the FEMA director! And could you blame people for not applying with the mess that Brownie did in the Hurricane Katrina? Does anyone want to work under the incompentant DHS, Cheroff and the Gerbil? I don't think so!

On a side note: just heard on NBC News with John Siegenthaler that there are going to departmental changes in the WH. Rumors are Snow and Scotty McClellan may be ax. And you know Scotty is indispendable to the WH!

9:14 PM  
Anonymous Jodi said...

I hope Snotty Scotty McClellan does get fired. God, he is such a fat putz! But who is gonna want that job?
I hate Daylight Savings Time in the Spring always losing that hour.
It takes me at least a week to get back to normal. Maybe I should just forget about it and let everybody else deal.

9:47 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Dinner sounds great..enjoy...rest wll the WORLD NEEDS YOU..

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope your girlfriend helps you relax with a good massage in the AM. :)

9:58 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz I'm not that old I didn't noticed you took something off this posting but too bad I read it. Lets get something straight I don't think any girl is good enough for you but she'll have to go through my test. I hope that was an Aprils fool joke. Now it's ok to have the pizza because of the NCAA game so it's ok with
me. But don't eat juke food to often that causes you to be sick.
Word is out that Scotty could be fired. I was thinking how bad the Administration treated him. Making that boy lie to reporters. They don't realize how much infomation Scotty has. Scotty could sing like a bird and who would give Scotty a job. No one could believe him because he lied so much at the Press conferences people might look and think Oh thats the guy who lies all the time.
Fitz if you do have a lady friend remember to be a gentelman and make sure she leave at 10pm call her a cab.

10:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I am still laughing at this! And I wish this was a April Fools joke: Hold you laughter please!:

Bush twins to join Air Force tech unit in Iraq
In harm's way
By Thomas C Greene in Dover, Delaware
Published Friday 1st April 2005 06:26 GMT

1 April exclusive First daughters Jenna and Barbara Bush will be assigned to a high-tech unit in Iraq, the Air Force Human Resources Command has confirmed. Having finished basic training at the Officer Training School (OTS) at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama, they are scheduled to receive advanced training in telecommunications at the School of Information Technology before deployment overseas with the USAF Information Operations Squadron. For security reasons, the exact dates have been withheld.
The girls' surprise enlistment was kept secret until they successfully completed their basic training. During an invitation-only press conference while on leave between OTS and their school assignment - conducted, symbolically, at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware where America's war dead are brought - the twins described their motives and rationale.

Comments from Jenna and Barbara:

"We'd always planned to do this," Jenna explained. "But first, we had to graduate from college, and then we had to help our father win the 2004 election, to ensure that America would continue to have the kind of strong, inspiring leadership it needs in these troubled times."
"Right," Barbara added emphatically. "But now that the election is past, it's time for us to serve this wonderful nation of ours in a new way - in a way that reassures the American public that standing up to terrorists and rogue states, even at the expense of personal risk, is always the right thing to do."


Joined in the service? Interesting timing of this event since Daddy Gerbil's polls have plummeted.

11:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No one wants to be the new FEMA Director because that last "My Pet scapeGoat" book was such a dud.

Snotty Scotty McFelon can always write a book, hmmm....hard to say, truth or fiction? I know, a book about a goat, gerbil, and gonzo.

1:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh that is exactly what we're talking about, Italiana pizzaria dish!

Go get 'em and hang em high!!!!


P.S: I can tell you exactly who will win the march madness, they are going to clean all house!

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A New White House punching bag.
Scott McClellan will be leaving.
Please apply in person.

8:49 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Where is Fritz?

6:40 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid wrote at least four letters helpful to Indian tribes represented by Jack Abramoff, and the senator's staff regularly had contact with the disgraced lobbyist's team about legislation affecting other clients.

6:50 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Besides Senator Feingold, only two Democratic senators - ranking member Patrick Leahy of Vermont and fellow Wisconsinite Herb Kohl - showed up at Friday's hearing to examine the case for censure. Just two Democrats, Sens. Barbara Boxer of California and Tom Harkin of Iowa, have signed on as cosponsors.

For Republicans, the censure resolution is a welcome change of subject from the port-security flap that has roiled GOP ranks on Capitol Hill. GOP leaders urged a quick vote that they are sure to win - just as they did in November with another controversial Democratic step: Rep. John Murtha's call for immediate redeployment of US forces from Iraq. The censure motion, says Senate majority leader Bill Frist, is a sign that Democrats are weak on national security and would try to impeach Bush, if they were to gain control of Congress in midterm elections.

6:55 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON - Democrats distanced themselves Monday from Wisconsin Sen. Russell Feingold's effort to censure President Bush over domestic spying...

...Asked at a news conference whether he would vote for the censure resolution, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada declined to endorse it and said he hadn't read it.

Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., said he had not read it either and wasn't inclined simply to scold the president.

"I'd prefer to see us solve the problem," Lieberman told reporters.

Across the Capitol, reaction was similar. Feingold's resolution drew empathy but no outright support from Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi.

6:59 AM  
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1:28 PM  

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