Wednesday, February 01, 2006


Been on retreat, then got sick with a good old sinus infection....lot of good retreat did me...(just kidding, God!)
Still, being ill sure does make one appreciate the small things, like standing up without feeling like your knees are goo, or not being constantly achey/dizzy/snotty/ hacky.
Everybody at work and most in our family have something. Could be attributed to the warmer than usual January we are having here in St. Louis. A long-time meteorologist said it ain't global warming, just the cycle of the earth. I tend to go along with that, but then, he missed the forecast the other day pretty badly. So who knows.

Saw George last night...some show. He do smirk a lot...mostly to the left side of the crowd on the floor...Did I see him wagging his finger at the bad little boys and girls of the Dems? That must have made old Hil want to get up and punch somebody...probably Bill....not that she needs a reason... she probably always wants to jack him a good one. Probably why he lives elsewhere. I'd put money on her in alley fight with the former Pres. She a mean one, that girl. Looking at her reminds me of the Wizard of, not the movie, the actual Wizard! "Pay no attention to the 'woman' behind the curtain."
Then I heard John Kerry say today that "53% of our kids don't graduate from high school"...seems kinda high, doesn't it? Need to check that one out.


rdl said...

I couldn't bear to watch George.

Fidei Defensor said...

Thanks for the compliments, great blog!

St. Jimbob of the Apokalypse said...

I wince everytime Dubya sez 'Nukuler'. I can't imagine George having the gusto to do something similar to Tony Blair's gig with the House of Commons. But like Rummy said, you go to war with the president you have...or army, something like that. It's sad that democrats have no other plan than to try and block whatever the conservatives want to do. It's also interesting to watch the progressives rant and foam about centrist democrats.

tom said...

My dad was a Dem till the day he died, but he came from the old school, when they were for the people....union guys, social conscience, you know...I had to fall away, much to his dismay, with the life No, George is not a smart man, but he knows what love is...still, think of what would be brought to the table is the inventor of the Internet was Mr. Pres....(shudder.)
thanks for the blogroll..i will put you on my site...pax