March 10, 2009

Did you know I have the BhTV "safety tip of the day"?

18 comments:

ricpic said...

Still waiting for this Eve Fairbanks to say something. On the other hand she's easy on the eyes. Which pretty much solves her life.

jdeeripper said...

"Don't stick a fork in toast!"

And yet that does make for a nice insult - "Oh, why don't you go stick a fork in some toast! You f'n...".

ricpic said...Still waiting for this Eve Fairbanks to say something. On the other hand she's easy on the eyes. Which pretty much solves her life.

So true, she's got that cute nerdy girl dingbat thing working for her.

But the typical bloggingheader is some godawful looking Jewish dork whose ugly face is about two inches from their camera.

Ann and Bob Wright are two of bheaders who've figured out the concept of proper space between face and camera.

Beth said...

oh no, here it goes with the Joos again.

jdeeripper said...

Beth said...oh no, here it goes with the Joos again.

Don't forget "godawful looking dorks".

Check out bloggingheads, even a lezbo like you with no interest in guys can't help but notice how ugly and dorky looking they are.

And Jewish. Nobody is stopping Bob Wright from adding some diversity.

chickenlittle said...

My friends, it's "The Eve of Deconstruction", over and over and over again.

AlgonquinS said...

Althouse, I have an electrical safety question for you. I need to remove some tree limbs that are touching my 3 electric power lines coming in from the transformer to my utility pole. I plan on wearing rubber boots and heavy leather gloves, but do you think that I should also wear a condom?

veni vidi vici said...

Beverly Hills TV? No wonder it's all about the Jooz.

jfahy said...

Ann is the cute one. Eve, OK,though the nerdy square glasses is not quite the turn on that some others find.

AJ Lynch said...

Safety tips? I think I'll save these for reading on Friday[which is the 13th].

TitusLaughedToo said...

I like you in blue. didn't you say you had some issues with blue?

Looks good to me.

Jim Her said...

Take a woman out of the kitchen and they can't even get trite expresions right. The proper expresion is " stick a fork in him, he's done". This relates to checking the juices in a piece of cooked meat. One can make toast with a toasting fork but that would make the expresion "take the fork out, it's toast". Also you can stick a fork in toast as much as you want, it won't shock you, but don't put a metalic fork in a TOASTER as this could have unfortunate results.

Freeman Hunt said...

Althouse, I have an electrical safety question for you. I need to remove some tree limbs that are touching my 3 electric power lines coming in from the transformer to my utility pole. I plan on wearing rubber boots and heavy leather gloves, but do you think that I should also wear a condom?

During the ice storms around here, I actually heard a woman call into a radio station asking if it would be alright to go move a sparking powerline that was near her house. "No!" replied the host. "But I was going to wear rubber gloves," she protested. Yow! Glad she called the radio station first.

Ignorance is Bliss said...

Glad she called the radio station first.

Somewhere, Darwin is weeping.

Ignorance is Bliss said...

Safety tip of the day:

Don't stick your tongue in Tracy Davies' mouth.

rhhardin said...

An Althouse-favored convex mirror, viewing rearwards on today's bicycle commute.

Actually you get better warning of traffic behind you from the tire noise than the mirror.

Shawn Levasseur said...

Who knew mixing metaphors could be so dangerous?

thirdresponder said...

Good Lord, when is she going to stop milking this Bloggingheads appearance?

a psychiatrist who learned from veterans said...

A little identity diffusion is appropriate for late adolescence; besides it gives Eve, the Democrat, the moment she needs to slip by men in her audience. She makes a correct point though about Republicanism. I think about Rick Perry, governor of Texas, handsome individualist, man's man, completely against all the stimulus legislation. He'd be great if you were faced with a bear (maybe); but a bear market? Like Warren Buffet said, 'If that legislation hadn't been passed last September, we'd be meeting at the McDonald's not the Furniture Mart.'