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Saturday, December 24, 2005

and water is wet, fire burns, babies poop their pants...

Soap operas might not be the best authority on comas. Okay guys, I know it's Christmas eve and all, but surely there's some news somewhere that actually deserves to be reported. How about that whole 'President is spying on Americans' thing?

7 comments:

Terry said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! Sorry about the flu though.

the maine minx said...

merry christmas mikey boy, i hope you have a speedy recovery :)

on another note, take a break... it's christmas!

The Screwy Skeptic said...

Have a wonderful nondenominational day, and hopefully when you're sitting around the holiday tree, singing songs on this silent night, regular night, about a random infant born in a barnbox to a mother of undetermined age and ethnicity, you and your family will feel the true spirit of the holidays.

MercerMachine said...

humbug. (that being what the flu is called when caught during the holidays)

AmourArmor said...

Happy Holidays! Get well soon! Be of good cheer!

~Jae

expat@large said...

However TV shows are the best place if you are going to require cardioversion with a defibrillator (electric shock to restart your heart). TV shows and movies have a success rate of like 90%, whereas in real hospitals it is more like 10%. MORAL: if you're going to have a heart attack, have it in a TV studio.

p.s. when a certain (now late) Australian media mogul FIRST died back in 1990, one newspaper reported that they revived him with an "infundibulator" - No wonder he woke up: that's the weapon used to fold the foreskin over the glans for a baby's circumcision...

Wonder if it works for the flu as well?

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AmourArmor said...

Poke, poke, write, write, hurriedly, young sir.

~Jae