Sunday, October 28, 2007

Have You Tried It?



turtle

UPDATE From Nyc:

It's in my freezer right now, though I wonder why he didn't go for a Red, White and Blue Italian ice/sherbet type dealio. I mean it's obvious it could have been called "Colbert Sherbet". Maybe that one will be next.

On a personal note, I see Colbert as a complete, non-stop menace to society at large.

I mean, jeez Louise, the Maureen Dowd column was one thing, but now that his book is #1 on The New York Times Bestseller list, he's going to be beyond insufferable for at least a month...

By way of comparison, Ann Coulter's latest piece of drivel has been out for less than a month, and it looks like her crazy talk has finally caught up with her, and people are fed up with her shit, because she's dropped all the way down to #95 on Amazon.

It's about fucking time.

3 comments:

Turtle said...

Mareen Dowd didn't do bad by herself today..

but this is my favorite:

http://www.earthtoturtle.com

(hint: it's French)

Turtle said...

Shit that's not even a decent link - sorry

It's this:

Sarkozy cuts off 'stupid' CBS interview
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

France's President Nicolas Sarkozy listens to speeches at the Elysee Palace in Paris, Thursday, Oct. 25 , 2007 on the last day of "Grenelle de l'Environnement" ecological talks. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
NEW YORK -- France's president abruptly ended a "60 Minutes" interview aimed at introducing him to U.S. audiences, dubbing it "stupid" and a "big mistake" and refusing to answer questions about his wife.

Before the CBS news show interview in Paris even began, Sarkozy called his press secretary "an imbecile" for arranging the session on a busy day.

"I don't have the time. I have a big job to do, I have a schedule," Sarkozy said through a translator before the interview began. In English, he added: "Very busy. Very busy."

.... and you KNOW I almost always only post photos

Turtle said...

He invoked his home state's pride -- earning him recognition as South Carolina's "favorite son" from Columbia Mayor Bob Cole -- in issuing this campaign pledge: "I promise, if elected, I will crush the state of Georgia."

Days Left Until Bush Leaves Office, Maybe, Countown Clock