August 2, 2009

"'Do you have my beet juice? Do you have my beet juice? Do you have my organic green apple lemon ginger for energy?"

You know, maybe a steak?

12 comments:

MadisonMan said...

I missed all the other comment threads 'cause I have been busy since Thursday with a big event here in Madison, but I want to wish you and Meade every happiness.

The quote you pulled reads like a bridezilla quote. Except I expect a bride will not drink blood red beet juice while in a wedding dress.

chickenlittle said...

Beet it lyrics

rastajenk said...

I thought it was yet another link to Nina's blog.

ironrailsironweights said...

Michael Jackson will rise from the dead.

Peter

Revenant said...

I love this line:

Chase said she'd "never seen any evidence of drug use" in Jackson's rented Los Angeles mansion.

I guess she never, you know... met Michael Jackson while visiting the mansion.

blake said...

Ditto what MadMan said: Merry marry! Or Marry merry!

Jason (the commenter) said...

If I was the chef I would have been sneaking all sorts of calories into his juice. It's all blended up, just keep gradually adding sugar or some sort of oil and he probably wouldn't have noticed.

No way would someone starve on my watch.

chuck b. said...

I like beets. I'll beet juice would be great with steak.

rhhardin said...

Steak has a carnal note.

John Burgess said...

Are we sure he was saying 'beet juice'? Might it not have been 'Beetlejuice'? Perhaps three times?

Or maybe he was just wishing to go home to Betelguese and the phone wasn't working...

Steve said...

Criminy, wuld it kill cbs knews two run that storie threw a spellchekcer?

The Crack Emcee said...

So Michael Jackson was organic, kept away from his own father, hung out with Deepak Chopra and Uri Geller, was "protected" by Louis Farrakhan, had his clothes made by another cult leader, and visited psychics. Hmmm. Isn't it funny how NewAgers keep doing (what's supposed to be) all the "right" things, and hanging out with all the "right" people, but still end up miserable and dying these humiliating deaths?

That's today's question from The Macho Response