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February 6, 2006

All of this has of this has happened before. All of this will happen again.

President RoslinBureaucrats fear having to spend more time with other bureaucrats. So in dealing with a troublesome task at work involving a local megalomanic tyrant and his fiefdom, I pulled out the Bitch Stick this week and whapped said blowhard upside the head with the threat of a meeting with a higher-up for a good talking-to. That shut him up right quick. I’ve worked in the Federal government for years, bitches...don’t EVER try to out-red-tape me, you mere State bureaucrat, or I’ll get all President Laura Roslin on your asses.

I have my very first Internet Stalker! More news at 11…this guy is a frakkin’ WEIRDO – with a political agenda no less! Let me make one thing clear here - if any of you don’t get the “jimbo” part of http://www.jimbo.info/weblog/ then you need to move along. I carry no one else’s torch but mine. The comment section is not for political campaign rhetoric, especially when it’s off-topic.

Speaking of rhetoric...GOP Chair and Big Faggot Ken Mehlman controls the tone for the next election expertly. This is what the Democrats need to learn – take the offensive and quit being a bunch of spineless wussies. Control and own the rhetoric before it owns you.

$2.8 Trillion is this much:

Reminder: Back Inna Day none of the bloggers wanted to sign a book deal or be bought by a multinational and get paid for writing or regurgitating gossip and news. People just wrote about stuff, missspelled and used bad grammer, and wernt concerned about becoming the biggest Count Snarkenstein's Monster on the block. A blog does not have to be political, nor does it have to be written properly - it sometimes just is a forum to vent. Mine. Me. Moi.

I still need to see Underworld. I’m a bad geek. I may go snowboarding on Friday! I have a date tonight with The Orkin Man. I met The Orkin Man many years ago, and he was one of the first guys I met in the city. At that time he was in town for work, and was living in Atlanta. Over the years I'd see him here and there, and met him again a few weeks ago. It'll be a fun date.

Posted by jimbo at February 6, 2006 11:30 AM


*Gasp!* You haven't seen it yet? Go straight to my room young man! And don't come out till I say so. *G*

It's pretty good. Besides the eye candy, they flesh out the plot a bit more in this one.

Posted by: moby at February 6, 2006 1:04 PM

Ask the Orkin man what is his favorite bug. I like walking sticks the best.

Posted by: homer at February 6, 2006 1:33 PM

Which mountain do you head toward from D.C.?

My sister went to Beech Mountain in North Carolina this weekend. Skiing on dirt is always fun.

Posted by: Boo Augustus at February 6, 2006 2:33 PM

Is this the same guy you told me about and some minor ANC race? Gad. I get stuff and I ignore it. I also make good use of deleting stupid comments. Stupid could be anything I don't like, even if they throw in some Habermas.

Posted by: Marie at February 6, 2006 3:43 PM

Underworld is mindless geek fun, and if Scott Speedman is your flavor, then your lower mind will probably be workin. I mean, there is story if that is your bag, but any credible nerd would have heard it all before.

I also don't think this movie is all that enhanced in a theatre, rather than at home on DVD. The action is good, hardly any of that zoom-in-lots-of-action-but-you-cant-make-it-out crap, but nothing spectacular, you never really feel like you are there.

Posted by: Kevin at February 7, 2006 4:58 PM