January 28, 2008

Texas.

In a junk shop in Texas.

I've been in Texas.

Monkeys Always Welcome

Monkeys always welcome.

19 comments:

Ruth Anne Adams said...
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Middle Class Guy said...

Ruth Anne Adams said...
You missed simulblogging the State of the Union address for a TEXAS sign about MONKEYS? And you, a lawprof-politico-artsy-blogger!



Some people have a life, a real life, that excludes politics. Maybe we should all step back and forget the politcal nonsense once in a while and have a good time. It would probably eliminate some of the bitterness we all feel.

On the other hand, I would rather party in Texas than listen to any president prattle on about anything.

Ron said...

Isn't a Texas sign about monkeys and the State of the Union address about the same thing, ruth anne?

Hey, doc, y'all buy some Tony Lomas?

Albatross said...

I'm glad you could visit. You are welcome in Texas anytime.

Not that you're a monkey, or anything like that.

Albatross said...

Of course, if you were, you'd definitely be welcome. We have signs to prove that.

reader_iam said...

Monkeys always welcome.

If you say so.

MadisonMan said...

That first picture reminds me of the old Buy-'n'-Sell shop just east of the Capitol at the bottom of the Hill on east Wash. But it could be anywhere, even not Texas.

Ann Althouse said...

Hey, this IS my State of the Union post.

Maxine Weiss said...

I'm trying to find the true meaning of Christmas, because my pat understanding -- i.e., my plan -- was destroyed."---Althouse 12/25/2007

Passive-aggressive.

Mark Daniels said...

Please don't take this as an insult, Ann, but the pic of you seems to evoke Texas because you sort of remind me of a famous Texan there. Janis Joplin.

Mark

MadisonMan said...

this IS my State of the Union post.

They misspelled Taxes.

reader_iam said...

I think Bush, notably and in more ways than not, however one might analyze the effectiveness & etc. thereof, pointed back to his campaign of 2000. You know, "the before."

Hmmm.

Gary Carson said...

As my West Texas great-grandmother once said about her family background, "My Daddy, Joe Taylor, he weren't from Texas, he was from Liberty County in East Texas".

Well, Ann, South Congress Ave isn't in Texas, it's in Austin.

JackDRipper said...

Monkeys always welcome. Really. Sounds like code to me. The real question is are Canadians welcome, if you get my drift.

Kirk Parker said...

"Monkeys always welcome."

Yikes! Don't let Frank J hear about this.

Richard Fagin said...

Make sure to stop by the offfices of the Texas Railroad Commission (1701 N. Congress Ave.) if you have time so you can find out what "us" oilfield trash are all about.

walter neff said...

They replayed the original Planet of the Apes on AMC last night.
It's still great.

"Get your hands off me you damned dirty ape."

Beldar said...

Austin (a/k/a Sodom on the Colorado) is great.

But there's a lot more to Texas than Austin. I hope you'll see more of the state sometime.

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