Thursday, February 23, 2006

Brer Cope

  • Not much of a post today, I'm afraid. Work continues to be very hectic, and I've been playing with Heather's new favorite website.

  • Oh, the shame of bringing big guns to the Olympics and then failing -- what an embarrassment. We're going to be the laughing stock of the Western Hemisphere. Canada will never let us live this down.
    Oh, what happened? I guess that explains why I hear gunshots coming from up north.

  • Bush said Thursday "he was struck by the fact that people weren't concerned about port security when a British company was running the port operation, but they felt differently about an Arab ally."
    Fair enough, Bushy, but it's been a while since the British have attacked the United States or any U.S. allies. Maybe in 200 years people will feel more comfortable about the whole thing, as with the British.

  • Good name for a band: Jurassic Beaver

  • Once again, Uncle Remus gets the shaft*.

    *Come on, a 'Song of the South' reference. I get extra points for that.
  • 7 comments:

    heatherfeather said...

    i must be your very favorite in the whole blogworld. two links on two consecutive days! yay!

    but de tar baby, he don' say nuthin'.

    Charlotte said...

    I am officially adicted to monkeys.

    Huw said...

    200 years is just about long enough to lull you chaps into a false sense of security.

    Dave Morris said...

    Huw: hahahhaha!!! Good one, loved it!

    Still have this mental image in my mind from "Jurassic Beaver."

    Raven said...

    We all need a haven, a sanctuary, a place to hide, a place to escape, a place to dream and hope, a place where the darkness won't seem so frightening. So it is written, soit shall come to pass. But for some the darkness is a relentless enemy that cannot be eluded. And once the darkness senses your fear, once it senses your pain, it is never far behind. I can empathize with these people. I can understand their futilly, I can feel their hopelessness. I feel their pain..... Quote The Raven Nevermore

    Tom Parsons said...

    I for one am looking forward to Chinese cartoons. I can't wait for such classics as "Gang of Four" featuring a robotic Jiang Qing as the leader and a hologram of Chaiman Mao's head as the "brain." :)

    OldHorsetailSnake said...

    Hell. Now I gotta worry that the Brits will be smuggling H-bombs in here?