September 22, 2009

Emotional...

... Bissage.

19 comments:

blake said...

Do we have any substantiation for the alleged "effectiveness" of Bissage's genitals?

Where are the studies? The reports? The blog postings (other than his)?

Are we going to let this claim just stand? Er.

Henry said...

When did Tori Amos and Joan Osborne have a love child?

traditionalguy said...

Remember Sir Bissage, it's not bragging if you can actually do it.That goes double for sensitivity to, and sharing of, emotional feelings too.

kynefski said...

Hey, nice link.

Methadras said...

Proof of your astoundingly effective genitalia.

Methadras said...

Henry said...

When did Tori Amos and Joan Osborne have a love child?


I swear to God that I had the exact same thought.

ricpic said...

Yesterday his genitals were a naked lobster's tail and now they're enormous/effective, or something like that. Bissage is a f**king chameleon! Or chimera. Or Chinaman.

Triangle Man said...

Also, ricpic, chinaman is not the preferred nomenclature. Asian-American, please.

ricpic said...

Doesn't stand an Asian-American's chance doesn't have that certain ring to it. PC takes all the pottery out of life.

Ben J. said...

Missing label: sucking up

I bet students get extra credit for calling you "the great Althouse."

Commenters certainly do!

Triangle Man said...

PC takes all the pottery out of life.

Amen to that.

Meade said...

I'll tell you someone else who can be funny.
And God knows fun to laugh with.


Bissage.

Maxine Weiss said...

Tedious, trite, and sheer drivel.

--Nothing but maudlin drivel.


Love,
Maxine

LoafingOaf said...

OMG I've had a massive crush on Regina Spektor for years. *sigh* I love her.

LoafingOaf said...

Way off topic, but Charles Johnson just blocked me because I asked him if he still supports Oriana Fallaci and why he's trying to demonize InstaPundit (stating I consider InstaPundit too partisan for my tastes while asking).

I'm afraid it is true that Charles Johnson is suffering from mental problems. The man cannot tolerate even mild disagreement. And I'm someone who has been patting him on the back for a long time for attacking the right-wing blogosphere. I'm afraid I had it wrong. He's gone off the rails over being excommunicated and, frankly, his mental condition should be looked into.

I also have not seen Andrew Sullivan commenting about how John Edwards tried to find people who would falsify DNA results with respect to the child he apparenly fathered with a mistress. Andrew Sullivan endorsed John Edwards for VP in 2004. Why is the blogosphere letting Sullivan off the hook for endorsing a VP candidate who sought to falsify DNA reports, given his coverage of Sarah Palin?

Don't get me wrong. I wouldn't be surprised if Sarah Palin did many of the nutty things Sullivan has speculated about. But, it should be noted that Sullivan endorsed a VP candidate who apparently sought to falsify DNA reports on his child.

Come on, now, we need some more blogosphere drama. It seems like two teams of the blogosphere have walled themselves off from each other and arrogantly ignore any attacks. My view is that the most political bloggers are so full of shit they all need to be knocked down some pegs. Who are all these bloggers? Most of them are full of it and are happily spewing propaganda on a daily basis!

former law student said...

One of my favorite toasts:

To your genitalia
May they never fail ya.

rcocean said...

Lets just blame this on the booze, Bissage, and pretend it never happened.

Ralph L said...

PC takes all the pottery out of life.
Does that include porcelain? I have to pee.

EDH said...

Coincidentally, I had the pleasure of working with Regina Spektor last night at the time these posts went up.

She really is a spellbinding performer. And a very sweet young woman when she's off the stage.

A reviewer rebutted the Amos-Osborne label well,

There’s something refreshing about seeing a female singer-songwriter who is not pushing calculated outrage and cartoonish sexuality on stage.

She effortlessly combines whimsy and gravity, innocence and insight, beauty and talent, and manages opposition without rancor.

I'm very impressed by her.

And, Bissage, I will not admit whether I had to wipe a tear, even just one, during Laughing With.