September 11, 2012

At the Fading Light Café...

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... we are thankful for what we've got left.

19 comments:

America's Politico said...

Tomorrow night, we meet at the Oval Room, across the WH, to discuss the specific things Obama will do in the first 100 days. You can vote. We will do live social media. Living Social will offer coupons.

Reserve your spot. Guest appearances by Chris M. of Hardball, Lawrence O. from MSNBC, and Gail C. and Nate S. of NYT. Videos from Gwen I. of PBS.

We will destruct Romney and the GOP.

Q.E.D. The 2nd term starts...

Michael Haz said...

The title of this post is sadly predictive of Israel.

ricpic said...

We will destruct Romney and the GOP.

Product of gummint skools, AP?

ALH said...

Heard of a farmer that was checking a field recently in SW Wisconsin. He looked up and saw a cougar on a tree limb.

My suspicion is that Meade has had a this experience in his neck of the woods too.

Tim said...

Aaron Rodgers Reneges on Alex Smith Jersey Bet with Boyz II Men

It was a stupid bet (did he really think he couldn't lose to the 'Niners?!), but this is poor form.

Disappointing.

edutcher said...

No, Madame, we are thankful for what we've got.

Michael Haz said...

If Hillary Clinton really wants to one day be elected to the presidency, she would resign from the Obama administration by sunrise tomorrow.

ricpic said...

There's no getting away from remember
When it comes to September
When, yes, the light is fading fast,
Makes us fraught to grasp,
Keep hold of memories barely old.

The barely old we want to stay slithers away
And leaves us empty in September...remember?

wyo sis said...

I love September. It's the most beautiful month where I live. All the red leaves are out now and some of the willows are turning. I love the red light on the tree limbs in the photo.

pbAndjFellowRepublican said...

I don't like the photo.

Blah.


David R. Graham said...

"...we are thankful for what we've got left."

Light. Never an absence of that! Nor of darkness.

Thankfulness for both?

rcommal said...

Time. The most precious commodity and also the least controllable one.

ignatzk said...

I thought you were talking about Ash trees.

Chip Ahoy said...

This is a breathtaking photograph and I see what caught your attention, the light changes on the limbs and through them is interesting.

But I want to be encouraging here and say something I believe in my heart.

Actually, I believe it in my brain, but my heart is connected via a series of minute nearly microscopic network of nerves and blood vessels and biologic membranes and such, it's quite a mess in there but connected nonetheless. Look, it's a phrase, okay?

That this is the sort of image best captured on a full size sensor. There I said it. You deserve the Nikon flagship since you already have a great collection of lenses. Here's the thing that you already know that I must remind you of, those lenses are not being used to their full potential on a 3/4 sensor camera like the your D -50 or my D-90, you see, I'm making the argument for myself too. We deserve it. But you more than me so you go first. And if you don't then I will.

I realize this is the Panasonic but I'm making the case anyway.

Chip Ahoy said...

Wouldn't that be hairy Larry us if I were to just get a Nikon full sensor before you do? You a famous law professor and me a poor boy whose story seldom told who has squandered his resista

never mind that, but wouldn't it be funny?

rcommal said...

Chip Ahoy:

Tick, tick, tick, tick.

Tick-Tock, boy!

Regards,

L.

Rusty said...

Chip Ahoy said...
Wouldn't that be hairy Larry us if I were to just get a Nikon full sensor before you do? You a famous law professor and me a poor boy whose story seldom told who has squandered his resista

never mind that, but wouldn't it be funny?


it would be ironic

Tim said...

Did anyone catch Thomas Friedman commenting on how neat the "Arab Spring" is now that it's killed the US Ambassador to Libya?

Anyone?

Tim said...

Did anyone catch Thomas Friedman commenting on how neat the "Arab Spring" is now that it's killed the US Ambassador to Libya?

Anyone?