Thursday, January 19, 2006


In the interest of furthering the collective knowledge of our nation, and to allow for responses to some of the burning questions of our day, I would like to take the opportunity to offer for your viewing pleasure.....

1. Is Osama bin Ladin really a Bush administration stooge, existing only to give force and power to the administration's plans for global dominance, snooping, and just generally annoying liberals?
2. Wilson Pickett's "Midnight Hour" finally came, at age 64. What was your favorite, all-time Motown song?
3. Will "The Simpsons" ever be cancelled....I mean EVER?
4. Is there anyone out there who can step up and be a voice for Black Americans?
5. Considering "Brokeback Mountain", do you wonder even a little bit about Tonto and the Lone Ranger?

Consider carefully, and respond.


Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

1. No.
2. "I Got You Babe", by Sonny & Cher
3. No.
4. No. I wish I could say Alan Keys, but, no.
5. No.

Lee Strong said...

1 He's George Bush's long lost brother.
2. "War" - Edwin Starr
3. It will live forever, like Gilligan's Island and cockroaches.
4. Obama - or maybe Chris Rock.
5. I wondered about all the members of the Village People.

Pst. How about a link?

tom said...

great answers, guys....
Paul...Allen Keys a good choice, but no chance.
as for Motown, well, you are probably too fuzzycheeked (in the young sense) to know the Temps...ask your mom and dad, as they are probably my age contemporaries...
lee, linked up today...honestly thought I had done it already...duh. as for #5, how about Butch and the Kid...Hmmm...who needs Katherine Ross.

Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

The Temptations are after my Father's time; he only ever paid attention to C&W. It's my humble viewpoint that "Motown" is overrated, but hey, to each his own.

And I'm not so much younger than you. I joined the Air Force 25 years ago.

Georgette said...

1.Didn't you see Michael's Moore's movie? It was so clear!
2. "Ain't no mountain high enough"~Diana Ross reigns supreme
3.Never, I'm afraid. I can see it here dubbed in Hindi, even! Uggghh!
4. Alan Keyes is THE man!!
5. Oh, ewwww. Now I won't be able to get that image out of my head!