May 24, 2010

At the Dog Love Café...

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... we're always here. For you.

15 comments:

EDH said...

You have to thank Thomas Friedman for one thing.

When he writes a column, he puts out the "good China" for you.

Irene said...

The doggy with the unconditional gaze and the frothy smile is relieved that he does not live in China

Pot Sticker.

Sarah said...

Just don't give him a dictatorship for a day. We'll all be drinking out of toilet bowls within the first hour.

C Black said...

I had the best Full-Metal Wing Nuts I've ever had today.
New York-Chinese fusion fulminations at their best. Then came the bill...

C Black said...

I don't want to be China for a day. I want to be Woody Allen for a Day. Circa 1977. Before I was born; but still scoring with Mega-Celebrity-Chicks because I'm a neurotic. I was born too late. Neurotic ain't gettin' me laid. (Oh, and he was famous too... that mighta had somethin' to do with it)

Seven Machos said...

Those pants. God!

C Black said...

These are just classic "At the Dog Cafe" takeaways, folks. Don't worry 'bout me; I'm gettin' famously, neurotically laid all the time. Gotta go, my fans demands, y'know...

edutcher said...

Well, Morstan (speaking of dogs) is turning out to be a lot less destructive (chewing, etc.) than Morstan and Hudson combined. I guess they were competing.

I'd say Morstan doesn't want to rule so much as be noticed.

Sixty Grit said...
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rhhardin said...

That's a look of giving mental directions, not a look of love.

Rialby said...

In other news, Lindsay Lohan looks great, no? I give her another 24 months.

Scrutineer said...

Those shoes confuse me. Are they sandals with a toe cap?

Great doggie.

AlphaLiberal said...

That Republican female sex scandal continues to percolate along. Now the jilted lover of the married Republican gubernatorial candidate says he has evidence.

That's so weird knowing how morally superior Republicans are to everybody else.

Pass the popcorn!

GMay said...

In other news, it's time to bail out the unions' pensioneers becuse it will "save jobs and help people".

I'm still trying to figure this one out. I seem to recall someone, though who I can't remember, saying here would be no more bailouts. Then I'm trying to figure out the jobs being saved - retired people's jobs or the fund managers' jobs? Weren't we told that fud managers are part of the eeeevil Financial industry?

It doesn't matter that we're broke, we've just got to help people you know?

GMay said...

BetaLib to the rescue: "That's so weird knowing how morally superior Republicans are to everybody else."

What's weird about it? Republicans acknowledge the immorality and hold themselves accountable along with the liberal media.

Democrats consider it a political resume enhancement since everyone expects them to.


I'm wondering who's gonna worry about the minor stuff like: severe economic recession, ~%20 real unemployment, mindblowingly record deficits, escalating conflict in Korea, Eurozone crisis, and the worst ecological crisis in decades just offshore...

While we've got towering intellects like you to handle the heavy lifting about a blogger's allegations concerning a gubernatorial candidate in South Carolina.