Nov 22, 2006

How to Defrost a Turkey...

Literally.

I am going to experiment this year by stuffing my bird with a certain kind of pastry with the initials KK. ;)

Be good and have a great holiday - we have so much to be thankful for...

123 Comments:

Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz go visit family and eat it's safer for you there. Cooking is not your best move and remember you have to stay healthy for the up coming guilty plea by Libby. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and yes give thanks for what we have. Don't forget to wear your hat, scraf and gloves when you go out it's cold. Peaches said hi to all and I know she will be find I sent her and her troop some goodies just in case Bush stiffed them again on Thanksgiving with the rubber Turkey.

12:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good luck stuffing the bird. If it doesn't work out, call Martha Stewart to help you out! LOL!

From Thinkprogress:

THANKSGIVING
21 Reasons to Give Thanks

This Thanksgiving, progressives have a lot to be thankful for.

Here's our list:

We're thankful for our country's troops.

We're thankful America dumped the 109th Congress.

We're thankful Rick Santorum will have more free time to find the WMD.

We're thankful we don’t have to go to war with the Secretary of Defense we had.

We're thankful for "red state values," like protecting reproductive rights, supporting stem cell research, and rejecting discrimination.

We're thankful Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), who calls climate change the "greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people," will no longer chair the Senate environmental committee.

We're thankful that Matt Drudge does not rule our world.

We're thankful Al Gore helped the country face the inconvenient truth.

We're thankful Bill O'Reilly does not resort to name calling - well, besides labeling the Progress Report/ThinkProgress as "far left loons," "kool-aid zombies," "hired guns," "vile," "haters," a "far left smear website," and "a very well-oiled, effective character assassination machine."

We're thankful minimum wage ballot initiatives passed in six states.

We're thankful the Dixie Chicks aren't ready to make nice.

We're thankful Ted Haggard bought the meth but never used it.

We're thankful for the 100,000 readers who responded to our Tell the Truth About 9/11 campaign.

We're thankful for "the Google" and "the email" (and the "series of tubes" that make them possible) -- but not iPods, which are endangering our nation.

We're thankful Maf54 isn't online right now.

We're thankful people send us Jack Abramoff's email.

We're thankful Keith Olbermann's ratings are up and Bill O'Reilly's ratings are down.

We're thankful President Bush's secret plan for Iraq is safe with Conrad Burns.

We're thankful we won't spend Thanksgiving turkey hunting with Dick Cheney.

We're thankful the "Decider" only gets to make the decision 789 more days.

And last but not least: We're thankful to the Progress Report readers for their tips, energy and support.


*cheers*

12:08 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Have you ever cooked a turkey in your life?

The first time I did, I left the "bag of stuff" inside. Who knew? Oops. ;)

I was young and stupid then.

12:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your stuffing it with Ken Keysey?
Kay Kayser?

They're both dead. Yuck!

Kris Kristofferson?

12:11 PM  
Anonymous snuffy smith said...

Slingblade, how do ya cook your bird?

12:13 PM  
Anonymous martha stewart said...

Fitz is turning into Rachel Ray!

12:17 PM  
Anonymous slingblade said...

Ah donts. Ah dont eats them, onlee french fry you know whaters.

12:17 PM  
Blogger teak said...

We are thankful for our troops and all the good decent lawyers, agents, cops, politicians, reporters, citizens left in this country trying to make our country whole again.

May the evil-doers eat under-cooked turkey and catch "toe-mane". (whatever Grandma called it, it is not good.)

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.

12:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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12:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, I would love to see the rugby man on Martha Stewart since I heard that he can't cook! LOL!

Amen Teak to your comments...

12:34 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

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12:44 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Fitzie,

While you are experimenting, you are welcome to borrow from my family recipe:

CC's KK Turkey Stuffing

• 1-1/4 cups almonds, toasted and chopped coarsely
4 cups of the finest Krispy Kreme crumbs
• 1/2 pound fresh, pork sausage meat
• 3/4 pound ground turkey
• 6 Tablespoons butter
• 2 cups finely chopped onions
• 4 cups peeled, finely diced Granny Smith apples (about 3 apples)
• 2 Tablespoons minced fresh ginger
• 1/8 teaspoon cloves
• 2 teaspoons, minced fresh thyme
1/2 cup Calvados for stuffing or for preparer
• And 1 cup of Latte for the Prosecutor


Happy Thanksgiving Fitzie and Justice Bloggers...

We do have so much to be grateful for...

12:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

CC:

Maybe you should cook for Fitz.. I'm sure that your husband and your son, Alex, won't mind another big kid to feed! LOL!

Krispy Kreme crumbs.. LMAO! Are you tryingto fatten up the crunch 'n munch prosecutor or simply send him to the dentist?

12:51 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Yeah Fitz, listen to Jackie;-) Leave the turkeys to the experts hehe

SPB, That's a great list. Progressives do have alot to be thankful for.

That's what was talked about last night, it was nice to be recognized as being part of the group that made it happen for Ohio.
Teak I like yours too

I have run out to get whip cream, a must for pumpkin pie:-D

1:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This is an interesting article...
Check this out!

The I-Word Is Aimed At The Wrong Guy

From the weekend edition of US News and World Report's Washington Whispers:

The degree to which the new Democratic leadership on Capitol Hill despises Vice President Dick Cheney is a big plus for President Bush. Consider why incoming Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid scrapped an idea to impeach Bush: "Two words: Dick Cheney," he says, joking that it would vault the veep into the Oval Office.
Pelosi and Reid have rightly said that impeachment is off the table now, as it will be. What they haven't said is whether that will change after the Democrats convene a whole series of oversight hearings next year to document the administration's malfeasance on everything from the Cheney Energy Task Force deliberations, to Plame, to Guantanamo, to domestic spying, and of course Iraq and perhaps 9/11. But I suspect that Pelosi and Reid are also smart enough to misdirect the media away from what the real plan may be, as evidenced by this most recent comment by Reid.

They wouldn't target the guy at the top, but rather the lesser-popular and even more responsible architect underneath him. They'd go after Cheney.


http://www.theleftcoaster.com/

Yup, that is what I suspected. You go after the strong link of the WH and the co-President: the Ambien!

1:08 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi 6.23 PM yesterday
Quote :

First Daughter Barbara Bush had her purse and cell phone stolen as she had dinner in a restaurant in Buenos Aires ..
-------------------------------------
TWO BEATINGS, TWO POLICE OFFICERS BADLY INJURED, TWO STOLEN PHONES - WAS BUSH JUST TOLD TO RESIGN?

1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Read it while you can, print it and pass it on!!!:

http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID=2775

1:12 PM  
Blogger Third Generation Chicago Native said...

10 Things your lawyer won't tell you

10 Things

1:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Dream-soldier:

Very interesting article. Well, losing your cell phone and ID are crucial because someone has your personal informattion. In the case of Barbara, the Gerbil President's daughter, you want to make sure that any shred any personal information that is compormised and need to well protect yourself.. And yes, I think that the Gerbil is in deep trouble and grave danger.. He should be more afraid of his life than the Americans with terrorism. The Gerbil and his Daddy made alot of promises to business leaders, the Saudias, and the GOP to deliver and he hasn't. The Gerbil Administration and the Gerbil family are no different from the Gambino or Gotti family.. The Gerbil played a very dangerous game with his Presidency...

1:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Chicago:

Those are the 10 things that little Irve's lawyers won't tell him... LOL!

1:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wisconsin academic: 9/11 report a fraud

http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/november2006/
211106academic.htm

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/
article.asp?ID=1927

"Booz, Allen, & Hamilton is a client for Blessed Relief, the charity said to be a front for Osama Bin Laden. Booz, Allen, & Hamilton also works closely with DARPA.

??

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz:

Krispy Kreme stuffing! LOLMAO! Well, who knows maybe you will start an old family recipe! hehe

Yes, there is so much to be thankful for! :)

Have a nice Thanksgiving! :)

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/
20061122/ts_nm/iraq_dc

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi deaths hit a new high in October and 100,000 people are fleeing abroad every month to escape worsening violence that is segregating the country on sectarian lines, a U.N. report said on Wednesday.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15848372/

And then there's Sen. John McCain.

"I believe victory is still attainable," the Arizona Republican says. "But without additional combat forces we will not win this war."

Did McCain sell his soul to someone too?

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Fitz's evil brother Chuck said...

Hmmm..


Fitz's statement at the 9/11 commission hearings on June 16, 2004

Excerpts:

Page 2:

From its earliest origins, al Qaeda focused on allowing its members to travel
through other countries with minimum scrutiny. Al Qaeda sought to recruit – and did recruit –
citizens of Western countries (particularly Americans) who could travel the world – including
the United States – more freely and with a minimum of suspicion. Those who did not have American citizenship were provided with stolen passports, altered passports (often obtained from
fighters who had since been killed) and passports obtained through bribery and fraud to travel to other countries.



On page 3:

The al Qaeda network also had many of the capabilities of a sophisticated intelligence organization. Many of its members were highly educated. Bin Laden’s current deputy is Ayman al Zawahiri, a medical doctor who formerly practiced as a surgeon. Many other leaders of the al Qaeda network have advance degrees and education: doctors, lawyers, and
engineers. And the membership were trained in sophisticated intelligence techniques ranging
from surveillance to report writing to the use of codes and ciphers. When carrying out terrorist operations, al Qaeda explicitly followed a cell structure: the intelligence cell gathered the information on potential targets and conducted surveillance; the headquarters cell reviewed the intelligence and approved and organized operations; the logistics cell facilitated appropriate travel and operational support; and the execution cell carried out the mission. The 1998 embassy bombings were a telling case study: surveillance of the embassy in Nairobi (and other Western targets) was first conducted by an American citizen in December 1993: shelf planning five (5)years before the actual attack.


Page 3-4

And al Qaeda members have the patience to blend into a region long before an operation will take place. One of the more chilling examples of al Qaeda’s espionage was Ali Mohamed. Mohamed did not pledge bayat to al Qaeda but he trained most of al Qaeda’s top leadership – including Bin Laden and Zawahiri –and most of al Qaeda’s top trainers. Mohamed taught surveillance,countersurveillance,
assassinations, kidnaping, codes, ciphers and other intelligence techniques.


And just hope that a new 9/11 improved 9/11 commission will happen.. But it is interesting to hear and read testimony from someone who has tremedous background in terrorism and understand the mind of the terrorist..

2:18 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Fine, laugh at me!

I think Krispy Kreme stuffing is pushing the envelope in creative cuisine...in fact I might win some sort of Cordon Bleu or Good Housekeeping award. Besides, even I know that aged lasagna and turkey don't mix. ;)

3:09 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Good Afternoon Fitz and the Justice Bloggers..

Fitz, Take it from me, I have the sure fire way of Defrosting a Turkey...

It'll cook it at the same time too...

1. Have a friend wear one of those shiney protective suits Volcanologist wear when they go into a hot volcano..Don't forget the gloves..

2. Have your friend take the plastic out of the turkey and firmly hold the Turkey by the Little Cojones(Just like you're holding the smurf presently)

3. Put on a pair of shades and fire up your Vietnam era Flamethrower..

4. Fire away the flamethrower at full blast..Spread the fire evenly and watch out for gas leaks..

5. Have your friend periodically turn the turkey to get an even sear!

6. Depending on the Turkey's weight, about 4 1/2 seconds per side out to do it.

Emergency Procedures: Have a bucket of water handy in case your friend or the Turkey catches fire and use a water hose so you can spray far away in case your friend suddenly panics and takes off running(You'll want to turn him off quickly)

Disclaimer: Don't face the house or Apartment when cooking in this manner...BBQ disasters are avoided with safety first in mind!

Oh I almost forgot. Protect your eyebrows and eyelashes from sudden back sparks...Remember: People laugh violently if they see that you burned off your eyebrows..

Voila: Turkey Dinner!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING ALL!

3:12 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Biloxi,

quote:
We're thankful America dumped the 109th Congress.

They can't be gone soon enough for me Biloxi..

quote:
We're thankful Rick Santorum will have more free time to find the WMD.

I hope he stays committed to it! :)

quote:
We're thankful we don’t have to go to war with the Secretary of Defense we had.

He needs lots of Metamucil and Injections of Ambien..

quote:
We're thankful Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), who calls climate change the "greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people," will no longer chair the Senate environmental committee.

Another Senator sponsored by Big Oil..

quote:
We're thankful that Matt Drudge does not rule our world.

Well I think Drudge was made silly at least three times this year. He's back to behaving again...

quote:
We're thankful Al Gore helped the country face the inconvenient truth.

Imagine what a Politicians can do when they get reformed! It's amazing and awesome to see..

quote:
We're thankful minimum wage ballot initiatives passed in six states.

Almost makes me believe in fairies..

quote:
We're thankful Ted Haggard bought the meth but never used it.

The hipocracy in the Bush Administration extends everywhere.

quote:
We're thankful for the 100,000 readers who responded to our Tell the Truth About 9/11 campaign.

9/11 Was an Inside Job and they're not gonna bury this one..

quote:
We're thankful Maf54 isn't online right now.

The hipocracy in the Bush Administration extends everywhere.

quote:
We're thankful people send us Jack Abramoff's email.

I'm sure Turkey dinner will taste differently behind bars.. ;)

quote:
We're thankful Keith Olbermann's ratings are up and Bill O'Reilly's ratings are down.

Paul Revere rides the Airwaves now..
His name is Olbermann!

quote:
We're thankful we won't spend Thanksgiving turkey hunting with Dick Cheney.

Maybe next year we'll be thankful this evildoer will be behind bars..

quote:
We're thankful the "Decider" only gets to make the decision 789 more days.

Maybe next year we'll be thankful this evildoer will be behind bars..

quote:
And last but not least: We're thankful to the Progress Report readers for their tips, energy and support.

Yep, were especially thankful that the NSA/DHS hasn't arrested all of us this year for displaying our 1st amendment rights. :)

3:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

creative cuisine...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Fitz:

Please put your safety first before creativity! We don't want to see you in court with your eyebrows and eyelashes burnt off! LOL

3:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Fitz,

We all just funning ya! And I certainly don't want to participate in the taste testing of your food. Otherwise, I have to invest in a stomach pump, tumms, and a call to the health dept. LOL!

Good Housekeeping award? LMAO! Stick to the day time job, Fitz!

GEF:

LOL! Great analogy!

quote:
We're thankful Al Gore helped the country face the inconvenient truth.

Let's be greatful that we didn't listen or heed to the village idiot Gerbil when he said Global Warming is warming the globe.

Oh, BTW, have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your friends, family, and/or both.

3:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep, were especially thankful that the NSA/DHS hasn't arrested all of us this year for displaying our 1st amendment rights. :)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GEF:

The year isn't over yet! So, if we end up in the same camp...give me a sign that you're GEF, ok?
I mean, like sing a shared tune to me or dance like Batman...or something like that!
LOLMAO!

3:46 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

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3:52 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

s-q,

quote:
The year isn't over yet! So, if we end up in the same camp...give me a sign that you're GEF, ok?

I'll be the one that escapes...

hee hee hee! :)

3:52 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Dream-Soldier,

Interesting but by now it's a:

"NON-EVENT".

..and media will not report all the facts..

However, I think his own GOP are extremely upset at the gerbil..

Nope, I'm sure of it!

3:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll be the one that escapes...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GEF:

Well, I will be the one flirting with the guard while you make your fast getaway..and I'll be right behind you...so hold that plane until I get there! LOL

3:58 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Dream-Soldier,

P.S. Gerbil has managed to piss off almost everyone on the planet.

I couldn't begin to speculate who his enemies are but I'm sure it's the ones who've lost the most money because of him...

It always comes back to that!

3:58 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

s-q,

quote:
Well, I will be the one flirting with the guard while you make your fast getaway..and I'll be right behind you...so hold that plane until I get there! LOL

LOL*) It makes no sense that I'll be crawling my way out with a spoon and you'll be flying out in a fancy Jet.

Mole meets Jet set girl..

ROFLMAO*)

Cause I'm leaving on a Jet Plane, I don't know when I'll be back again...
;)

4:02 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz did you hear about the Bush twins being robbed. Truth be told it was a drug deal gone bad. The girls had to go to a country where drugs is legal and yes they made their buy. As usual things didn't go as planned and they were robbed. I read about how it really happen without anyone noticing. Strange with all the eyes on Barbara yet she was robbed in plan sight without a witness. Sounds more like a James Bond film than fact.

4:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think I'm going to be sick!

jackie, don't do this to me!

4:12 PM  
Anonymous the health department said...

Mr Fitzgerald, please stay out of the kitchen to spare friends and loved ones. Stick to cold side dishes and pies. They're easier!

4:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cause I'm leaving on a Jet Plane, I don't know when I'll be back again...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GEF:

Hmmmm...or maybe a motorcycle! I'm a great rider! :)

4:13 PM  
Anonymous prezzildent despondent said...

Hmmm..

I wonder if the chimperor will be serving another fake Turkey photo-op this year to the troops..Maybe Condi will show up in Baghdad wearing her army costume..

*lol*

4:14 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Ho ho Oh ?....

Here's some news you don't see every day folks..

Snow in Florida!

Hmmm...Looks to me like it's gonna be a cold winter this year.

That reminds me I gotta keep the snow out of my igloo door to closing it permanently!

Be right back!

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a bunch of creeps!

These people make the Osbornes look normal!

4:16 PM  
Anonymous nosy bear said...

"Mr Fitzgerald, please stay out of the kitchen to spare friends and loved ones. Stick to cold side dishes and pies. They're easier!"

Hmmm.. Maybe SPB should charge and indict Fitzgerald of 3 counts of lying to a prosecutor about his cooking and 2 counts of making false statements about getting the Good Housekeeping award for his cooking. I look for a press conference with Special Prosecutor Biloxi in the near future and to handle this investigation.

*lol*

4:18 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Anthony sorry but the truth hurts. Alot of problems the twins were having over the past 5 years were covered up. I know it's not nice to see young people do drugs but face the facts. The twins are wild rich kids who do what ever they want and can/do get away with it because there rich. Look at the history of their parents. Laura killed her ex boyfriend and George with his history of the bottle which continues today. Bush yes George fell in love with a girl from college but the Bush family ended that by having George marry Laura. Yes they chose the wife for George. So when you say your going to be sick sorry. The Bush family has a dirty past present and future so take some tums for the sickness.

4:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Patrick J. Fitzgerald: You are hereby found guilty of all five counts of your crimes. You are hereby sentenced to the maximum security in prison. Special Prosecutor Biloxi will not accept a plea bargain. If you will come with us, please. And Mr. Fitzgerald, please remove the Krispy Kreme donut out of your mouth! Happy Thanksgiving, Fitz! LOL!

4:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like Edwards and Obama just might be the ticket for the Dems! :)

Click

4:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I spent most of my adult working life working as a teacher of English as a foreign language to adults, living and working in Italy, Spain, Italy again, the UK, Italy again, Poland, East Germany, Poland again, and the UK. I never had any intention of working with kids (carpet rats, yuk!).

Seven years ago, I was dragged kicking and screaming into a secondary school in an area of great deprivation by my current boss who had been the deputy head teacher at the school where my father had been head teacher. Three days before the start of the academic year, she had been let down by the person she had appointed to the position I currently hold, which is coordinator of support for ethnic minority children, and I had finished the last of a long list of temporary contract jobs and needed work.

I was initially appalled by the behaviour I saw and, frankly, thought the UK was a lost cause and thought of emigrating to Canada.

But, I persisted.

Seven years later, I’m still working for the same school.

This evening, after school, there was a competition between the five houses the school is divided into in which each house cooked a meal consisted of

Carrot
Pasta
Courgettes (that’s zucchini in American)
Yoghurt
Apple
Onion
Quorn (some vegetarian meat substitute that tastes like shit), and
Mango

My head of house asked me if I’d like to cook for my house with the help of three kids. I love cooking and said year. So, I worked with one year 8 (grade 7) boy and two year 7 (grade 6) girls and produced

An apple and carrot starter with lemon and mint
Pasta with quorn and courgettes and Italian herbs
Mango and yogurt dessert with drizzled honey and a mint leaf for garnish.

We didn’t win, but I loved every minute of it. I never wanted to work with kids, but having done so, I think it would be difficult now to do anything different.

In a world where so much evil takes place, it’s experiences like this that help keep me sane.

I just wonder what kind of world we are going to bequeath these children.

4:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the reply, jackie. I was trying to be funny, but i succeeded only in being facetious about something that is extremely sad. I suppose the bush kids deserve our pity as much as our contempt.

As you will learn from my previous post, I don't work with wild rich kids. I have done so once and didn't enjoy the experience.

I now work with (sometimes wild, but as often as not children who are trying desperately hard to better their situation) poor kids.

In future, if I feel like throwing up, I will do so in the privacy of my bathroom without making light of it.

4:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First, Happy Thanksgiving To All. And, yes there is so much to be thankful for, friends, family, a new day in Congress.

Now here is a little tinfoil hat tidbit. Interesting speculation, this, eh?

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=95995

Chickens coming home to roost? Maybe when you are cursed by Geronomo and a master Voodoo Man, your behind is grass, as they say.

4:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That reminds me I gotta keep the snow out of my igloo door to closing it permanently!

Be right back!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Me thinks a bear may have gotten GEF! Hey, I know what GEF means now...Grizzly Evildoer Fighter! LOL

5:21 PM  
Blogger Third Generation Chicago Native said...

Anthony,

LOL Bushs make Ossbornes look normal. But actually they probably are more normal. Actually this administration makes the Clinton administration look like the Monestary.

5:29 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

s-q,

quote:
Me thinks a bear may have gotten GEF! Hey, I know what GEF means now...Grizzly Evildoer Fighter! LOL

It wasn't a bear s-q, but an ugly neighbor that might as well be a bear...

Some folks around here are primitive primates and usually return things years later or not at all..

Oh and GEF really stands for Grinding Elephant Factory...

I chew up evildoer GOPs and mount their tusks on a wall!

Don't forget to thank the Daddy trickster-Gerbil for all this mess..

Sarcastically: "Thanks Dad!!"

hee hee hee!

5:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I chew up evildoer GOPs and mount their tusks on a wall!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GEF:

I would love to see your collection of elephant tusks! hehe

5:43 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

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5:56 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

s-q,

quote:
I would love to see your collection of elephant tusks! hehe

Sadly the tusks I have collected so far are small...Although Haggards are a good size...

I'm waiting for the big bull elephant tusks like Ambien or the trickser Gerbil..Even a Big Oil exec would do it too.

Although Daddy-gerbils older tusks would make a fine trophy..

I'd write "Famous American Traitor" in a plaque and the BJT date under those tusks..

BJT = Begin Jail Term Date!

:)

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.9-11commission.gov/archive/
hearing12/9-11Commission_Hearing_
2004-06-16.htm

Mr. Fitzgerald's Q&A.

6:05 PM  
Anonymous Good Housekeeping Award Committee said...

Sorry Patrick, after seeing your oven, we have unanimously come to the conclusion that we must revoke your Goodhousekeeping Award this year. However, please be advised that with a little Easy-off Oven cleaner and some scrubbing, you may still be eligible to win next year.

6:07 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

s-q,

BTW: THAT'S A GOOD TEAM!

EDWARDS/OBAMA 2008

I like that ticket!

Obama would then be the First African American Vice President in American History!

A high achievement for an African Americans to be proud of.

That's a reasonable ticket!

But if the Country were less Racist then I'd surely accept OBAMA/EDWARDS 2008 but for now it'll have to be EDWARDS/OBAMA 2008.

However, I would've preferred:
OBAMA/FEINGOLD 2008
or
FEINGOLD/OBAMA 2008

But I guess you can't have everything.. :)

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Without Poppy instilling the sons, many things would not have happened in this country.

Sociopath, puppet dummy son just part of the plan, his stupidity only got in the way.

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd write "Famous American Traitor" in a plaque and the BJT date under those tusks..
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GEF:

I would like to see all of those evildoers tusks mounted on plaques! But I would also add to that date..

"Truth, Justice and the American Way"

:) :)

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

EDWARDS/OBAMA 2008

I like that ticket!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GEF:

I like it too and I think that's a winner! :D

6:22 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Biloxi--Keep Feingold on the 2008 ticket. One of the two needs to have the ability to kick D.C. bureaucrats' asses when needed and Obama is too nice to do that. I would put Feingold ahead of Edwards for being able to kick bureaucrat ass.

Folks, at least Fitz is not saying anything about deep frying a turkey in grease then stuffing it with Krispy Kremes. Calories can be fixed with exercise. The grease can be fixed with a quadruple bypass. It's like voting for politicians in Illinois, choose the lesser of two evils.

6:54 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Night Owl,

quote:
Folks, at least Fitz is not saying anything about deep frying a turkey in grease then stuffing it with Krispy Kremes. Calories can be fixed with exercise. The grease can be fixed with a quadruple bypass.

Bwahahahahahaha!

NEXT ON OPRAH:
"THE KRISPY KREME DIET!!!"

7:04 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Night Owl, I like Feingold too.

Edwards/Feingold and Obama getting more experience under his belt.

7:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really like Feingold too but he said he isn't running.

7:08 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Biloxi! I take it back! I was wrong! Obama just kicked spoiled brat and newly elected Cook County (Chicago for you non-Illinois folks) Commission President Todd Stroger in the ass for not firing his indicted patronage chief Gerald Nichols like he promised in his campaign. Nichols will resign as of January 1st.

What a place! Are there really job titles called "patronage chief!?"

7:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hello Night Owl:

I haven't talk to you in a while. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family..

Obama/Edwards ticket?? We shall see.. And I highly recommend Bubba to be in some position in the WH in foreign affairs. After what the Gerbil has done internationally, we need Bubba to clean the crapola left by the Gerbil. In addition, they need to utilize elected officals who have military experience to work with the next VP and Prez: Wesley Clark, John Kerry, John Murtha and others.. Other people to work with the next Prez and VP are Richard Clarke, Al Gore, and former Prez. Jimmy Carter.. If they can do that, then Obama/Edwards would be the winning ticket...

8:02 PM  
Blogger Third Generation Chicago Native said...

Night Owl,

I am just waiting for Todd's first meeting when, Claypool, Moreno, Quigley, Peraica, Silvestri and Maldonado get a hold of him. Dec. 6th!

8:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wesley Clark, John Kerry, John Murtha and others.. Other people to work with the next Prez and VP are Richard Clarke, Al Gore, and former Prez. Jimmy Carter.. If they can do that, then Obama/Edwards would be the winning ticket...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

SPB:

Yes, you're right about all the Dems working together and it would definitely be a lot better than what we have in the WH today!

I'm really looking forward to seeing the changes starting in January. :)

8:40 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Hey Third Generation, ever see the movie "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover?" It take s strong stomach to sit through it but the bad guy gets it in the end with everyone he's ever wronged all standing around and watching . . .

Obama campaigned for Stroger the Smug Brat--another error that might come back to haunt him like that land purchase next to the indicted dude whose name I forgot.

8:46 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Biloxi, I had a great time out of the country but it is good I am back. One of the cats looks like he gorged himself. I only left cat food with my neighbor--I better check all my pieces of furniture. That cat gained so much weight, like he swallowed an easy chair while I was gone. Poor baby missed me and had nothing to do but eat I guess.

9:04 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Good Evening Justice Bloggers...

Today is the anniversary of JFK's assasination...it is hard for me not to remember him, Bobby and Martin today. They gave so much hope to many of us when the US was in chaos at home over the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Movement and other changes afoot...it was definitely turbulent times

I can't help, but hope that we have new leaders for this era that will be brave, wise and motivating for our country...God knows we need it now!

I think this JFK quote is appropos today:

"Let the world go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans, born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage, and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today, at home and around the world!"

9:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, Night Owl! You better call Kristie Alley to help your cat out on the Jenny Craig diet! LOL! Glad you are back and safe. I am sure your cat missed you

9:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz:

Did you get that bird stuffed with Krispy Kremes yet? LOL

9:40 PM  
Anonymous prezzildent despondent said...

Hmmm..

Ask Karen Hughes a question


Karen Hughes is the chimpster's Nurse Ratchet

Yup, one big happy family at the "One Flew Over the Cookoo's Nest" White House.

*lol*

And the kidney stone ex-Prez quivered in the mouth from the attacks of his hemmoroids son and said that the town drunk President is "a honest man." A honest man as he was quivering from the lips. It's sad that 85 year old and Viagra ex-Prez to bail his once again his "Daddy help out of this mess again", drunkard, and cokehead son. But, even Geritol Poppy can't help the chimpster..

9:52 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Okay guys...

a little Thanksgiving Fun

9:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's sad that 85 year old and Viagra ex-Prez to bail his once again his "Daddy help out of this mess again", drunkard, and cokehead son. But, even Geritol Poppy can't help the chimpster..
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

prezzildent despondent:

ROFLMAO!! Geritol Poppy LOL

10:00 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I can't help but laughing at this one
"Daddy help out of this mess again", drunkard, and cokehead son.
What parent wants to hear that about their child. The world leaders are laughing and Daddy Bush knows it. If a student spoke up Daddy knows others are too. Most children want to make their parent proud this 60 year old spoiled rich idiot is making family look like what they are a group of greed hungry no values no morals liars and the worse example of what an American family really is. Look for the world to take action as all know Bush is finished.

10:24 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

I love Charles Rangel's straight talk...

I am so tired of all of the hypocritical pundits that say even if the reason we went to war was bogus that we need to stay the course...and Rangel asks how many of them have served their country?

None...

How many of them have a son or daughter in Iraq or Afganistan?

None...

You keep on Charlie Rangel...we hear the truth when you speak it!!!

10:36 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

More Cheney Fun

10:43 PM  
Blogger Third Generation Chicago Native said...

Night Owl,

Well you probably know the latest by now, Todd is bringing his buddies from City Hall over to the County with him. Todd was a Chicago Alderman before going to Cook County

For the rest of you, Cook County and the City of Chicago are so intermingled that Cook County employees/Chicago employess go back and forth depending on who is where.
So if the US Attorneys office wants to go after the mayor they must untangled things in Cook County and City of Chicago at the same time.

10:49 PM  
Anonymous fussbudget said...

Night Owl, Global Evildoer Fighter, et al.:

PLEASE do not encourage Fitz to deep-fry a turkey! One Great Chicago Fire was enough!
;)

10:54 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I just heard about the bad weather on the East Coast. Fitz I think you should just eat out Thanksgiving. I would have sent you dinner but it's hard to send a Turkey dinner. So just eat out don't try to cook it will end up a mess. Now as for those Krispy Kremes I know I know. Look make that your dessert not a box just about two ok.

11:06 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

"PLEASE do not encourage Fitz to deep-fry a turkey! One Great Chicago Fire was enough!"

My grandfather often said that on that fateful day in 1871 that there was the scent of hot Krispy Kremes in the air! LOL

11:07 PM  
Anonymous markie said...

happy turkey day y'all. enjoy the meal that takes too long to prepare and is over too soon. btw, there's bunch of lyrics that need to be written to frosty the snowman that start with something like: fitzy, the legator. was a very, very fine man.

11:52 PM  
Blogger Nan said...

Hi -
Don't know if anyone has mentioned it but Marcy over at The Next Hurrah has a new Libby trial post up:

http://thenexthurrah.typepad.com/the_next_hurrah/2006/11/ill_show_you_mi.html#more

Happy turkey day, everyone!
Nan

11:59 PM  
Blogger Nan said...

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12:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

with an indictment or two and a suit of blue, he stuck fear across the land.

12:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh fitzy, the special counsel, wasn't paid enough, but he didn't care, as long as there, was kk"s on lips.

12:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

or tongue or even better yet, "in his tum"

12:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

redact, rewrite: oh fitzy, the special counsel, wasn't paid enough, but he didn't care, as long as there, were kk's in his tum.

12:24 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Feingold focusing on Senate work, won’t rule out VP role

U.S. senator Russ Feingold takes a question Monday during a public listening session at Onalaska City Hall. Feingold has pledged to hold listening sessions in all 72 Wisconsin counties each year of his six-year term.

http://www.lacrossetribune.com/
articles/2006/11/21/news/02feingold
21.txt

Good!

12:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ok, so why not, feingold/fitzgerald in 2008

12:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz/Biden '08! That's the winning ticket!

12:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't forget about, "here come's santa claus": here come fitz the man, here comes fitz the man, ready to ream you a new ass. lol

1:08 AM  
Anonymous prezzildent despondent said...

Remember the rubber turkey moment with the chimpster?

A real turkey with a fake turkey: Priceless.
By the way, if he does get to Iraq for thanksgiving this year, do you think he might bring a copy of "My Pet Goat" with him?

*lol*

Happy Turkey to all!

1:31 AM  
Blogger Prezzildent despondent said...

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2:09 AM  
Blogger Prezzildent despondent said...

”Vice President Dick Cheney will leave for Saudi Arabia the day after Thanksgiving for talks with King Abdullah. The vice president’s office said Wednesday that Cheney would meet with Abdullah on Saturday to discuss developments in the Middle East, then return to Washington with no other stops planned.”

And you know that Darth Cheney was summoned over to the Saudias. He had to leave the shotgun at home. This is not good news for Uncle Dick and no Xmas presents for him. LOL! And you best believe that he better not fall asleep on the meeting because the Saudias will taser him!

*ROFL*

2:15 AM  
Anonymous Maureen said...

Anonymous at 2:12, I think McCain inherited the tendency of soul-selling from his Daddy, way back when the Liberty was attacked...Sadly, and dangerously, it's in his blood.

All this turkey talk is getting me hungry; SPB I love your list of things to be thankful for! Have a nice holiday everybody. I do hope it WAS Krispy Kremes Mr. Fitzgerald was thinking of, for a second there I thought he was hoping to stuff his bird with a klansman! Not a bad idea really, as long as, oh gosh I'm going to stop right now and go to bed. Nightie-night.

2:46 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Cheney has got a call from his boss so he will have to meet with him on Friday. The Saudi's are looking for answers as the Dems are in charge. If Cheney can't keep the taxpayers money flowing to the Saudi's there will be help to pay. Looks like Satan aka Cheney will have to get use to water boarding after all. Let's see how he likes it. The Saudi's have invested alot in this Administration and someone will pay one way or another. All the crying by Daddy Bush wont help his cowardly weak idiot son. Watch the stolen money that Cheney/Bush/Rummy got flow back to the Saudi's fast. The players got played. sweet

3:28 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

Jackie said:
"Fitz go visit family and eat it's safer for you there."

LOL

6:33 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

Fitz said...

"Fine, laugh at me!

I think Krispy Kreme stuffing is pushing the envelope in creative cuisine...in fact I might win some sort of Cordon Bleu or Good Housekeeping award. Besides, even I know that aged lasagna and turkey don't mix. ;) "

Well, we heard you never even cooked that lasagna. That was a good thing, given the deal with your missing kitty-cat adventure.

You may think it is cute to be a domestic klutz, but we chemists have well-mastered the art of NOT-COOKING.

Once after three years of never cooking I put a turkey breast in the oven and forgot I was using the oven as a stereo stand.

Then again, I have Lyme brain.

Kathleen

6:37 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Top o' the mornin' all and Happy Thanksgiving. Krispy Kreme dressing for the turkey sounds a little outside the box, but let us know how it works out.

If we have lots to be thankful for this day, the poor folks in Iraq sure don't. Thirty seven hundred dead last month, by UN count. Every day brings more bad news from
this illegal war. The Bush pardoned the turkey...do you think he meant himself?

6:40 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

And the rest of the day ta yerself.


Happy Thanksgiving, George, From Baghdad (to Code Pink)

November 2006, Baghdad

Dear Gael,

When I received your email, my memory quickly returned to the beautiful days I spent with you. I did not feel them well until I returned home because when I was in the U.S. I was feeling only like a messenger who had a special duty delivering his message to the people. All that I thought about in that time was how to declare to all I met what was
really happening in my country. You know some times my children asked me about my trip—about museums or buildings or streets. I told them that I could only focus on the meetings & speeches that I was giving. The only holiday on that trip was when you took us to the river. I really appreciated your efforts to make us feel rested.

I was all the time following your activities in CODEPINK, but after the declaration of Bush two weeks ago that he will not pull the troops out of Iraq even if only his wife & his dog believe that this is correct, I realized there is nothing we can do with this crazy man. I still receive e-mails from people in US that I met during my visit. They tell me how they sympathized with us. But I don’t know how all this will turn out.

You know Gael, before the war I was having my simple life with my family. I was having just humble wishes to educate my children, to see them married, to see my grandchildren. I wanted to help poor people and to take care of my parents. You know all these things evaporated with this war.

I pray every day to God to keep my children alive. Education and marriage are now luxuries. And even when we do go to school or get married, it is colorless, as is everything in our lives. I am thinking day and night about those poor widows and orphans that were created by Bush’s bringing his democracy to our country and I am doing my best to help them.


You know, sometimes I feel that death will be the best solution to end all this suffering, because except for some trees and a river, there is nothing still beautiful in our lives. The only consolation is my Faith in God that the reality of this life is not as we see it. The only fact is that all people will die one day and God will pass judgment on us for what we have done in this world.

Gael, please give my best wishes to all CODEPINK members I met especially Medea who met me when I first arrived in the airport. She was waiting for me with all her pink clothes. I hope I can visit you again to say thank you to all those wonderful women who are fighting against their government to bring peace and love to the entire world.


Regards
Rashad

6:42 AM  
Blogger jan said...

I hope you all have a wonderful and filling Thanksgiving :D

Fitz, good luck with your stuffing-ick!

8:24 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Third Generation Chicago Native said...
Night Owl,

Well you probably know the latest by now, Todd is bringing his buddies from City Hall over to the County with him. Todd was a Chicago Alderman before going to Cook County

For the rest of you, Cook County and the City of Chicago are so intermingled that Cook County employees/Chicago employess go back and forth depending on who is where.

****I never thought I would say this but here it goes and I am not responsible if the sky falls:

Thank God I live in Hastert's district. That means I can sit back and watch the antics in Cook County/Chicago from the sidelines.


So if the US Attorneys office wants to go after the mayor they must untangled things in Cook County and City of Chicago at the same time.

****Geez!? Sentencing the U.S. Attorneys to a fate almost equal to waterboarding, eh? Don't forget too that Gov. Blago runs the state from Chicago. Yeah, following mafia money and al Qaeda money were all warm ups to the real professionals in Chicago. Graft and corruption are not occupational activities, they form a religion.

I cannot wait until the Olympic Committee gets even more involved with the Mayor's office. If folks thought there was a scandal with bribes and Salt Lake . . . It has been a while since I've seen Da Mayor really, really, really want something.

9:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/
tom-hayden/us-retreat-from-iraq-
t_b_34675.html

First, James Baker told one of Saddam Hussein's lawyers that Tariq Aziz, former deputy prime minister, would be released from detention by the end of this year, in hope that he will negotiate with the US on behalf of the Baath Party leadership.

Fifth, Bush security adviser Stephen Hadley carried a six-point message for Iraqi officials on his recent trip to Baghdad:

* include Iraqi resistance and opposition leaders in any initiative towards national reconciliation;general amnesty for the armed resistance fighters;

* dissolve the Iraqi commission charged with banning the Baath Party;

* start the disbanding of militias and death squads;

* cancel any federalism proposal to divide Iraq into three regions, and combine central authority for the central government with greater self-rule for local governors;

* distribute oil revenues in a fair manner to all Iraqis, including the Sunnis whose regions lack the resource.

Condi is on the steps too. CYA and protecting thy own interests?

9:40 AM  
Anonymous BIG STUFFED TURKEY said...

HAPPY TURKEY DAY Y'ALL!!


GOBBLE GOBBLE!

EAT ME!!

9:44 AM  
Anonymous BIG STUFFED TURKEY said...

HAPPY TURKEY DAY Y'ALL!!


GOBBLE GOBBLE!

EAT ME!!

9:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who really trusts James Baker after the 2000 elections and those Baker-Iraq documents?

What is in it for him and Poppy Bush?

9:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Turkey Day. I plan to eat you, little gobbler.

9:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

I hope you enjoy your day with family and friends! I know I will! :)

9:58 AM  
Blogger jan said...

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10:43 AM  
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Woops, here.

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10:44 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Top of the morning all
Anon this is very important to Daddy Bush and alot more big business people. Promises have been made money invested and with the Dem takeover these people want answers. Notice the call Cheney was given by the Saudis. The past 5 years of corruption is much bigger then the US. If the White House crooks don't deliver water boarding will be lease of their worries. Those backroom deals are falling apart and people will pay. If you think the Mob is bad the Middle East is worse. Now the White House has to try to get the new Congress to follow the same plan as the old Congress or let's say do you know what swimming with the fishes mean.

11:06 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz don't think I've forgotten about you. Look for next week at that DOJ office and you'll be surprised. It's better early then late I always say. You've been good all year or at lease 9 months of the year anyway. Tell Randall I said said thanks for all he's done to watch your back and keep the rats away from you. He's a nice young man and I appreciate all his hard work. No soaps today so I'll be watching my Harry Potter movies. Oh Fitz the new movie is coming out. I know you wont see it unless I take you but I'll be making rounds to all the kids don't be surprised if I show up in Chicago knot on your office door and say let's do a movie and dinner. You never know it's something to think about.

11:12 AM  
Anonymous ChefOMatic said...

big stuffed turkey,

Hey stick a fork in it:-D

11:17 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Happy Thanksgiving All,

The turkey is baking, yum. Trust me on this one Fitz, krispy kremes don't make good stuffing.;-)
Pepperidge Farms is much tastier...

Anon about BAH-they just let some employees go-business with Uncle Sammy not so good these days. If you find anything else, do tell.

11:25 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Just for fun, I will start the false Internet rumor that Michael Jackson is broke and sold his wardrobe to Moammar Gadaffi:

What fashion statement is this?

11:29 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Hehe good one Nightowl, is he still wearing last nights clubbin' garb?

Jackie can you help Moammar?

His fashion sense will be a far greater challenge than Fitz' ever was:-)

Don't forget this years turkey pardon included a new face:-D
Turkey Pardons Turkeys

12:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz, no need to wait until next thanksgiving , let's try Christmas, I'll be in the GNW at the mercy of my friendly tormenters , probably freezing my butt off volunteering in a homeless shelter. Come find me.

1:01 AM  

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