Aug 31, 2006

Email Grab Bag...






28 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

What happened to the "Draft the Bush Twins" banner? That's my battle cry!!! Otherwise, I have to go with banner # 2 with the Gerbil saying that he read 3 Shakespeares over his vacation.. I am still cracking up with his interview with Brian Williams.. Never answered the question about the book by Camus.. LMAO!!

6:24 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I liked the one that says Bush read Shakespeare over the summer. Now that's like summer school. As most kids read Shakespeare in high school. So Bush is doing a little chancing up on his homework that he missed in high school. Nice move.

6:27 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Jackie:
I agree with you. I read 3 Shakespeares... is my favorite too!
The stories just keep getting bigger!

Do you think the gerbil actually reads anything? I think he can read a few things...such as...

"Budweiser"
"Tequila"

LOLMAO!!

6:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

If there was ever to be a Shakespeare story of the Gerbil's legacy, it certainly be titled: "The Tragedy of George W. Bush." The Ambien is to the Gerbil as Shakespeare's character, Iago, is to Othello. The Ambien is really the President in power in that WH that has controlled the Gerbil and followed the Ambien's guidance.. Othello listened to Iago's whispering ear about Othello's wife, Desdemona, having an affair which was never true.. Look what happen to Othello's fate of his decision and look what will happen to the Gerbil's fate... Two tragic figures...

6:49 PM  
Blogger elly may davis said...

really

6:59 PM  
Blogger elly may davis said...

Anything positive today ?

7:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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7:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I listened to Imus, read a little Camus. :)

7:13 PM  
Blogger elly may davis said...

"lives in an advanced state of physical and emotional detachment" .. how sad ..

who we talking about George or Biloxi?

7:15 PM  
Blogger elly may davis said...

ooohhh deleted it biloxi..

didn't like looking in the mirror... mmm

7:15 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm..

I am thinking about the Camus book and why the Gerbil picked that book and I think I figured it out.

The character, Meursault murders an Arab for no good apparent reason and lives in an advanced state of physical and emotional detachment. We have the Gerbil who destroys this country for personal greed, money, and power but lives in an emotional state of detachment from what the American people want and is in an illusion world that he is above God...One of the themes in The Stranger is existentialism which questions the meaning of life.. Maybe that is why the Gerbil chose that book in particular.. Meursault have emotionally detached him from the world that exist around him and so has the Gerbil.. But, of course, we know that he didn't read that book.. It is a very complicated book. He would have known what Albert Camus stood for. And Camus is certainly against totalitarianism which the Gerbil has turned this country into...

7:15 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Sorry, Ellie! I forgot to make an adjustment on my comments...

7:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"who we talking about George or Biloxi?" Not me of course.. Maybe you.. LOL!!! I have all my marbles.. Thank you very much!!

7:17 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Look what happen to Othello's fate of his decision and look what will happen to the Gerbil's fate... Two tragic figures...
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SPB:
Yes, the gerbil's life has been a tragedy...a failure at everything that he has ever done! Trying to prove something to his daddy all of his life!!

7:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clarice Feldman has entered the house!?

7:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Yes, the Gerbil's life is a tragedy.. But, the choices that he made is costing him big time.. You pay the price for success or failure... But, he brought that on himself..

Elly,

I forgot to finish my thoughts.. Camus's book is a very deep book.. I guess I disgress.. I am an avid reader... But, many of Shakespeare plays, Camus' book, and other books have underlining themes that can relate to the President's problems of connecting with the American people.. But, it is little too late for him because most of the Americna people have had enough of the Gerbil and they want a change for the better for this country....

7:23 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Those images reminded me of Sanford and Son when Fred used to call his son Lamont:

"YOU BIG DUMMY!"

..that's what Fred would call the gerbil today!

P.S. Rumpelt would be Grady!

bwahahahahahaha!

7:25 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

GEF:

ROFLMAO!!!!!

"Oh, this is the big one! You hear that, Elizabeth? I'm comin' to join ya, honey!"


Aunt Esther: "Who you calling ugly, sucker?"

Fred Sanford: "I'm calling you ugly, 'cause I could stick your face in some dough and make some gorilla cookies!"

7:33 PM  
Blogger elly may davis said...

I have never said Biloxi, you didn't have all your marbles. Don't ever suggest I don't have all mine.

I'm just not that deep

7:33 PM  
Anonymous granny said...

How do you like yer possum, Elly May, fallin' off the bones tender or with a little fight left in it?

7:34 PM  
Blogger elly may davis said...

Well not fight, if it wanted to fight it wouldnt for long. I am very good at taking the fight out of anything I put my mouth around.

It can be moaning if it likes to do that ...

7:38 PM  
Blogger elly may davis said...

heheheh .. that shutem up for a while ..

now change the subject ...

how well do i read people.

cheers for now ..

7:47 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
Check your email....and SPB & GEF... I'll be back in a bit.

8:06 PM  
Anonymous granny said...

"how well do i read people."

not very well, possum face.

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Maureen said...

s.p. biloxi, thanks for clearing something up for me, since I hadn't read precisely which books he'd proclaimed to read, I've been worrying all afternoon that perhaps Condi or someone that went to college read him excerpts from Camus' "The Plague". Yikes! Remember what happened when he supposedly read that book about the flu epidemic? Rummy got rich on Tamiflu! Fantasies of Martial Law! Anyways, thanks for enlightening me . And Condi, in case you have spies here, it was a really crummy book for bedtime, stick to the goat stories for Georgie.

7:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Maureen,

Yes, I remembered the book "The Plague.. i have read excerpts of that book.. Isn't that book ironic in relation to Rummy and the tamiflu and the Gerbil's speech about the birdflu.. Maybe, the Gerbil meant to say The Plague instead of The Stranger... But, both books are complicated to read.. Shug should stick to My Pet Goat for the Gerbil...

11:20 PM  
Anonymous Maureen said...

s.p. biloxi, when I saw photos and read about the folks in New Orleans, huddled crammed in their own filth in the Astrodome (maybe I've got the wrong name of the place, buy you know), my first thought was of that book, with the citizens, some with the plague and some soon to get it, sequestered under martial law in a place I envisioned much like the San Diego Sport's Arena. They were both plague victims and prisoners. And right after Katrina, the Bush 'distraction press' flew us the avian flu scare, and tamiflu sold like hotcakes, and Rummy, former CEO of Gilead Industries, creators of Tamiflu, squirming with greedy glee I'm sure, finally getting his share,then talk of martial law issued from the Decider's lips. And I really,really got scared! (Terrorism:instilling fear in the people...)
Elsewhere on this site I mentioned that in these dark times, the first wind I caught of Mr. Fitzgerald's quest was truly important, vital to me, I said it was as though the first white knight had charged. And I could look at my two little girls with eyes that were a bit more unveiled.
On a fun uplifting note, the Freeway Blogger (or a skilled apprentice) hit Interstate 8 here in San Diego a while back, with a great big "IMPEACH", much to the amazement and delight of my 78 year old mom!

1:03 AM  
Anonymous Maureen said...

And a comment for Ms. Davis: re :I have never said....you don't have all of your marbles. Don't ever suggest I don't have mine!"

Ms. Davis, I linked to your blog last night. How could you ever expect one to think that you DO have your marbles,after providing us with that twiddlywink link? If that is a joking type blog, it is unspectacularly sick, like a headache and a sore throat, and your crudeness there is one thing yet on this site appears creepy, desperate and offensive,at least to me, and very out of place. I am a new poster here, though I've enjoyed reading here for a long time. I'd lose my job and my retirement if I got caught behaving like you where I work!

Put your marbles back in the bag and count them carefully: I think I saw two cateyes roll off of the page...

1:49 AM  

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