Monday, July 5, 2004

Looking forward to a diplomatic incident

  • Speculation is ripe as to who John Kerry will choose as his running mate. Kerry says subscribers to his e-mail alerts will be the first to know, but I am going to steal his thunder and reveal to you, gentle readers (both of you), who Kerry will choose:
    That's right, me.
    Once elected, my first act as Veep will be to get drunk at a state funeral and say totally inappropriate things about British Prime Minister Tony Blair's wife, Cherie. You know she's naughty.

  • If Nepal's drought continues, I'm inclined to believe that their rain god is gay.

  • If the above turns out to be the case, officials may want to call in the young Swede known as "fine beef."

  • Them Germans are serious about beer. Personally, I'd be happy living in a beerocracy.

  • While the rest of America is still celebrating the Independence Day holiday, I am lamenting the fact that I don't live in London.

  • California's brave leaders are protecting your God-given right to lead-filled candy.

  • Even if the idea for the movie "White Chicks" had indeed been your idea, would you really want to admit it?

  • Far more entertaining than dodgeball, there is such a thing as the U.S. Lawn Mower Racing Association.

  • This post is No. 50. Collect them all, trade 'em with your friends.

    Jenny said...

    Wow! I can't thank you enough for alerting me to the fact that I am sharing a time-zone with The Hass. Just to know His Bouffantness is here soothes my spirit.

    Great blog, by the way.

    PS: She is. Very.

    Chris Cope said...

    If I were there, Jenny, I would have already set up a temporary home by the stage door of the Adelphi -- regularly performing the Pingu dance.