November 18, 2010

At the Curly Light Café...

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... we can drive into the night.

15 comments:

Mark O said...

Great LSD. Can you hook us up?

Coketown said...

Even more majestic than those space station pictures everyone is making a fuss about.

Should have sent a poet to sit in the back seat. Ivan Andreitch, describe this view!

AlphaLiberal said...

Just thought I'd share this link to a story from Arkansas relevant to some discussion here in the last six or so months. It was about how so many modern conservatives have become neo-Confederates.

"The South shall rise again
New state rep: Confederate flag 'a symbol of Jesus Christ
',

"When asked what the Confederate flag symbolizes, Mauch said: "It's a symbol of constitutional government. It's a symbol of Jesus Christ above all else. It's a symbol of Biblical government.""

Apparently, you can't have a Tea Party without crackers!

Penny said...

Las Vegas, Wisconsin?

john said...

Those planes look awfuly close to each other. Does Dane County Regional have parallel runways?

edutcher said...

It's hard to hold the camera steady sitting on someone's lap.

AlphaLiberal said...

Just thought I'd share this link to a story from Arkansas relevant to some discussion here in the last six or so months. It was about how so many modern conservatives have become neo-Confederates

Neo-Confederates????

As they once said in the Army of Northern Virginia, "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot"?

So, I guess a neo-Con (as opposed to neocon) is someone who believes Robert E Lee's initial suggestion should be followed: secede, but give full rights for blacks.

Considering how many Stars and Bars everyone has seen at Tea Parties the last couple of years, I think Alpha's baking some strange stuff into his Irish water crackers.

traditionalguy said...

Alpha...No confederate around here. That is a real boogeyman story. But it is not real in the south anymore, so you need a better set of writers. And southern Republicans that I know are forever finished falling for any more made up racial guilt trips.

traditionalguy said...

Does this post mean you are off for Thanksgiving already? Have a nice trip.

Chip Ahoy said...

I made scrambled eggs this morning that bordered on being a sauce, and then covered them with sauce. It was excellent, and you can't have any.

Lem said...

Its full of I.

Methadras said...

All I have to say is that mid-western roads were build by fucking retards. How in the holy host of fuck can you people stand being on two lane per side roads when you have all that open space to expand out to 4 lanes and avoid all that bullshit.

Methadras said...

AlphaLiberal said...

Just thought I'd share this link to a story from Arkansas relevant to some discussion here in the last six or so months. It was about how so many modern conservatives have become neo-Confederates.

"The South shall rise again
New state rep: Confederate flag 'a symbol of Jesus Christ',

"When asked what the Confederate flag symbolizes, Mauch said: "It's a symbol of constitutional government. It's a symbol of Jesus Christ above all else. It's a symbol of Biblical government.""

Apparently, you can't have a Tea Party without crackers!


So when do you lies actually stop? Are you ever going to give me a shot to kick your ass, butterball?

Original Mike said...

"It was about how so many modern conservatives have become neo-Confederates."

You beclown yourself.

Original Mike said...

"It was about how so many modern conservatives have become neo-Confederates."

Or, as Mark O said: "Great LSD. Can you hook us up?"

WV: sconi
Go Badgers!

Trapper Townshend said...

This picture looks like the cover of the paperback edition of The Great Gatsby that I read in high school. The one with T.J. Eckleburg's eyes.