October 01, 2004
Debate Caption Contest
Have at it guys... I know after last night, I feel like knocking back a few beers.
Thanks to Pile On for the picture.
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Pull my finger, and I'll blast those Swift Boat Vets again.
Posted by: Don Brouhaha at Oct 1, 2004 4:51:07 PM
When I frequent Wisconsin I enjoy patronizing a quaint bistro, engaging the laboring class in garish repartee and quaffing a few Leninkugels.
Posted by: Pile On® at Oct 1, 2004 4:59:22 PM
"Hey buddy... I was probably one of the first senators, along with Senator Bob Smith of New Hampshire -- former Senator -- to go down into the KGB, underneath Treblinka Square..., and see reams of files with names in them, and so it brought home the transition to democracy that Russia was trying to make."
Posted by: Cassandra at Oct 1, 2004 5:07:29 PM
When I drink a lot of cheap domestic beer, my skin takes on a strange orange tint, reminiscent of a beta carotene overdose. Isn't that strange?
Pull my finger and I'tt tell you another strange thing about me. Go on, do it!
Posted by: Don Brouhaha at Oct 1, 2004 5:13:51 PM
Yes yes, that is really all there is to it. But I recommend you start a little smaller to get the hang of it before you go for the big enchilada. Now, if you are convincing enough you may not even have to sign a pre-nup.
Posted by: Pile On® at Oct 1, 2004 5:32:40 PM
And another one for my good friend Al, too. What Cabinet post did you way you wanted, Al? Secretary of Beer and Sex? Bill Clinton shoulda' had one. Gotta delegate some of this stuff.
Posted by: Al Peck at Oct 1, 2004 5:40:34 PM
Alright Al :)
Posted by: Cassandra at Oct 1, 2004 5:44:56 PM
"That's right Mac, HE'S buying". "Hey, did I ever tellya about the time I was at Lambert Field in December of '67? I tell you, it's 'seared', 'seared' into my brain. Nixon was President and............."
Posted by: Greg at Oct 1, 2004 5:46:52 PM
How about those lime chasers?
Posted by: La Femme Crickita at Oct 1, 2004 5:54:40 PM
lemme tell you buddy....an...an..as a frickin' Vee-Vee-Vietnam vet, I'm not gonna stand fer havin' my *&*^%^ patriotism questioned by some &^%%$ who didn't serve when he could've... [hic!]
Yessir that's what I learned when I wuz on that Swift boat in Vietnam...err..Cambodia...err..did I ever tell you I was a Vietnam vet?
Posted by: Cassandra at Oct 1, 2004 5:58:17 PM
After seeing the empty beer mug infront of the guy next to him, Kerry demonstrated that having opposite choices at the same time may be a little more ingrained than previously believed when he told the bartender "I also want one of those No-Beers"
Posted by: Masked Menace at Oct 1, 2004 5:58:58 PM
"So the crapper is over there to the left?"
Posted by: Kabar at Oct 1, 2004 6:08:09 PM
Was that Bob Dole just leaving with the two hot waitresses?
Posted by: spd rdr at Oct 1, 2004 6:17:33 PM
"Well, if it's such a long-standing Texas tradition, how come you didn't spit into his beer?
Posted by: spd rdr at Oct 1, 2004 6:33:41 PM
So I was supposed to use the bathroom over there? Well then what is this floor drain for?
Posted by: Pile On® at Oct 1, 2004 6:40:42 PM
"Yeah, the guy in the cowboy hat right there. We wore Stetsons' on the swift boats............no, wait. That was Air Cav.Did I mention that I was in Viet Nam?"
Posted by: Greg at Oct 1, 2004 6:51:31 PM
Nice, Greg :)
Posted by: Cassandra at Oct 1, 2004 7:35:41 PM
"You see that guy Greg? Cassandra really likes him. Me? I'm just a nail waiting to be hammered."
Posted by: spd rdr at Oct 1, 2004 8:32:05 PM
You see that lady over there playing Pac-Man? I'm nominating her to be a judge on my "Global Test" panel.If Teresa says it's OK.
Posted by: Greg at Oct 1, 2004 8:41:12 PM
Back when I was at Yale, we used to drink as many as three or four of these babies. Yeah, those were some wild and crazy times.
Posted by: Pile On® at Oct 1, 2004 8:42:05 PM
spd, you're going to embarrass poor Greg.
But it's true... I do like him :)
Rats. I ran out of Drambuie.
Posted by: Cassandra at Oct 1, 2004 8:44:16 PM
I say...Barkeep... bring this man some fresh credibility...
Posted by: Cassandra at Oct 1, 2004 8:50:32 PM
I don't recommend Drambuie with this photgraph. I would pair this pic with a nice Arrogant Bastard Ale, preferably 2004 so its still a little rough around the edges with a hint of mohagany and black currant.
Posted by: Pile On® at Oct 1, 2004 8:51:11 PM
Life lesson #4..Never wait to get hammered.
Posted by: Greg at Oct 1, 2004 8:51:43 PM
I didn't want to go out and I was out of beer.
Drambuie is what I had in the house. But when you've just moved, everything is mostly empty :)
I'm not a big liquor drinker - usually when the Unit is gone I don't buy any alcohol, except the odd bottle of wine on Fridays.
Posted by: Cassandra at Oct 1, 2004 8:54:18 PM