October 10, 2013

At the Black-and-White Café...

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... you can find perfect harmony.

19 comments:

Lem said...

Oh my, are the Tigers in the middle of a collapse ala 1986 game 6?

Lem said...

not quite.

Lem said...

What?

What was that?

They looked like football players.

This isn't football!

Lem said...

I wasn't going to root for them anyway. but now, I want the Sox to really beat them bad.

Irene said...

The Porsche breed.

David said...

Those dogs will keep you in line.

Ann Althouse said...

They tried to herd Zeus.

Lem said...

Those dogs are #MoreSuccessfulThanObamacare

Lem said...

"Walter Mondale presidential run was #MoreSuccessfulThanObamacare"

My best tweet so far.

It's down hill from now on.

Lem said...

Betamax #MoreSuccessfulThanObamacare.

I guess I still had one good one left.

David said...

Hey. Meade has a photo stream! Needs to play catch up.

El Pollo Raylan said...

Lem said...
I wasn't going to root for them anyway. but now, I want the Sox to really beat them bad.

I'm on Darcy's side.

Just so you know.

Lem said...

I'm on Darcy's side.

Its the yeard of the beard, pass along my condolences.

St. George said...

Reminds me of "Black and White," the treacly song of the same title by "Three Dog Night." Much prefer their "Out in the Country."

Anyway, the NYT story this morning on the villain Kwame Kilpatrick is good for horselaughs. No mention that he is a Democrat. No mention that Blagojevich, mentioned in the story, is a Democrat.

The guy became mayor of Detroit when he was how old? 31.

His parents? Career politicians. Mother was in Congress; father state politics.

Kwame earned a JD from the Detroit College of Law at age 29 in 1999.

Work experience? A few years as a teacher in Detroit's public schools. BA in Education. Zzzz.

In 1996, apparently when he was starting law school (!) he was elected to the Michigan House and two years later was elected minority floor leader in 1998 before being elected House minority leader in 2001. And then mayor of one of the nation's largest cities. Not bad for someone in law school (!) who has no experience doing anything! Except teaching grade school a few years.

He split $9.6 million in illegal contract kickbacks. And who knows what else he did.

Makes you wonder who in DC might be benefiting from all those Obamacare contracts.

Jay Patrick said...

Is it just me, or can the one on the right lick his own eyeball?

Matthew Sablan said...

Everyone tells me I need a pet, but I think I enjoy being able to give them back after enjoying them. Sort of like babies or books.

That's what we need. A library for pets. ... Wait, no, that's a horrible idea.

Ann Althouse said...

"That's what we need. A library for pets. ... Wait, no, that's a horrible idea."

Befriend your neighbors and help them out with their pets.

Also, some rescue places have programs where you can take a dog out. I know in Austin, TX, there's Jog-a-Dog.

Matthew Sablan said...

I have a new thing to investigate this weekend.

Broomhandle said...

No, rescue one. Commit to love.