Jul. 4th, 2009 09:26 pm
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Mostly for [ profile] baronessmartha, from [ profile] sprirtwolf and [ profile] childsplay7 and me with love.
simon's cat )
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The Land's End Overstock catalog came yesterday (in a package that contains my new suit, which I haven't opened yet because it's a birthday present and my birthday's not for another 17 days). The Land's End Overstock catalog is a dangerous, dangerous place.

New swimsuit, in blue/black. New boots (to replace the ones that leak and to salve my hurt at having not won those danskos... although the bid hasn't gone up any more since yesterday, so I'll keep watching it and maybe swoop in at the end if I can). A pair of denim capris (for wearing at Disney, maybe?). And new snow boots for the kiddo (not from overstock, admittedly).

Also, compliments of rapierlady: )
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[ profile] ciaweth already linked to the YouTube of Karl Rove's rap at the press dinner the other day...

I didn't realize that the other guys were Colin Mocherie and Brad Sherwood (of Whose Line Is It Anyway?).  Sadly, that only makes me feel a little bit better.  What makes me feel a lot better is Jon Stewart.

(And the YouTube version for those who might have missed it.  I found it painful to watch...)
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I admit it - I'm a sucker for the "Get A Mac" ads. This one, however, takes the cake.

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March of the Librarians...

ETA: For those who don't read the comments, as [ profile] blazing_sun16 pointed out, the guy who made it (and I would have realized this if I'd watched the credits) is a Carl - graduated the same year we did. Which only makes it more hilarious, on some level, at least for us.
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RIT a capella group.  Code Monkey.  Riotously funny.
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This is worth it purely for the last question of the interview.
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"You fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders! The most famous is never get involved in a land war in Asia, but only slightly less well-known is this: never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line!"

I'd argue that classic blunder #3 is getting involved in an argument about 9/11 with Bill Clinton.  Poor, poor Chris Wallace.  He really should have known better.

And, reposting from [profile] relentlesstoil, Keith Olbermann rips Bush a new one.


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