Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Musical Interlude

There's lots going on, and I've got some cool pictures and whatnot to post. But not today. I'm must too busy with paying work to blog right now. So until I can offer you something else, please amuse yourself with my new favorite political parody. Laughing Wolf originally tipped me off to this little jewel, and it just gets funnier every time I see it:

14 comments:

Hopper said...

i think the whole planet is just waiting with baited breath for this story to break for real... it's like in jr. high when everyone started saying... do you think they're having sex... after a while you just figured that you may as well if you're going to be getting slack for it anyways... but hillary... i don't know... i'd be a bit afraid of frost bite...

Morgan said...

Yeah, Hopper, I think it would take a bit more than some hot Mandingo love to thaw that chick out.
But just imagine if this was real, if all this campaign rhetoric was nothing more than the shoddy attempt to cover up the smoldering sexual tension.
And you just know Bill would want to watch.

Hopper said...

No problem re your comment on my blog... anything to stir the pot of creativity... and yeah.. i think that bill would insist on watching too... all those politicians are freeks!!!

BBC said...

Morgan, maybe you should look at my reply to your comment on Hopper's blog.

laughingwolf said...

always happy to help where i can, morg! ;) lol

Morgan said...

I did, BBC, and I responded. And thank you for visiting. I hope you will come back. I find curmudgeonly types endearing.

Thank you Wuff, my pet. And I mean pet in a kindly manner. Not in the collaring way. I know how sensitive you are about those BDSM undertones. ;-)

BBC said...

That is a cool video. It would be fun and entertaining if we could catch those monkeys screwing on a white house couch. We love that kind of entertainment.

So you're a hippie and a farmer, that's cool also.

Hopper said...

alas... curmudgeonly... one word that's never been used to describe yours truly... i've gotten lots of profanities and whatnot... never anything so literary... i'll take it as a term of endearment... it's not always the way i am... only when it's how i feel... why yak on about things you don't have a heart for... anyone can write up anecdotes about their daily lives... i like to use my site more like a creative notebook that's open for others to look at...

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Morgan said...

The blogosphere is diverse. Blogs can be creative notebooks, rants, musings, journals, etc. Whether it's a window into the mind or the daily life of the author, it's really as much about exhibitionism as anything else.

BBC said...

I'm not sensitive about being called a curmudgeon. If you want to read a cute little book get a copy of

A CURMUDGEON'S GARDEN OF LOVE

By Jon Winokur, author of THE PORTABLE CURMUDGEON. Hum, I should look for a copy of that book.

Morgan said...

I'll have to look into it. My neighbor is a curmudgeon, but unfortunately not a nice or interesting one like you. Lately he's taken to spying through the hedgerow at me, and worrying aloud that my ponies will get out and trample his rose bushes, although that has yet to happen. Does the book have tips on how to be a friendly curmudgeon?

laughingwolf said...

i may not be into bdsm, but i have a number of friends who are... and they don't mind sharing their info with me ;) lol

and thx, i prefer the freedom to run at large... or small... critters :O

wuff wuff