April 15, 2015

At the Bright Orange Café...

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... you can talk about whatever you want.

12 comments:

Coupe said...

My mom once picked some beautiful flowers, and after she spun them through the blender, they turned into a wonderful topping for her tuna casserole.

I said: Mom! Those flowers are poisonous if you eat them.

She quickly replied: Oh my! Well, don't tell your father!"

tim in vermont said...

I am sure it is all just a mistake that the new host of Face the Nation advocated for the destruction of the Republican Party just a couple of years ago. Surely when CBS finds out, they will replace him with a more suitable person.

Laura said...

"It's not about making money. . . . It's about making a difference." said Dan Price, CEO.

Credit card. Processing. Company.

Time to cross the ocean lemmings.

Hagar said...

"High school students in Wisconsin were asked to pretend that they were Muslims for a 10th grade World History writing assignment.

Union Grove High School teacher Beth Urban asked students to write a five paragraph essay in which they pretend they are a Muslim male or female in the U.S.

"Give three examples of what you do daily for your religion and any struggles you face," Urban instructed.
"

I wonder how this teacher would take to it if some of her students had read Ayaan Hirsi Ali's "Infidel" and used that as a basis for their papers?

Coupe said...

Hagar said......write a five paragraph essay in which they pretend they are a Muslim...

I would write an essay on how I would cut the head off of Daniel Pearl, and then offer advice on running from CIA drones, all the while having group sex with my three wives I captured in Karachi.

I would include a sentence about how Smoked Ham is bad for you.

chillblaine said...

Will the media work up the nerve to ask for Hillary's medical records?

mccullough said...

JSD made a few interesting comments about baseball in the Major League-Triple A affiliate city post.

I think MLB needs to cut the number of teams to 24. There aren't enough good pitchers per team.

I suggest that MLB buy out and fold Tampa, Miami, San Diego, Milwaukee, Minnesota, and Seattle.


Hagar said...

"We’ve never seen her get a burrito before."

Hagar said...

Too Much Information:
“Inside Hillary’s ‘Very Luxurious’ Van: A Bed, TV, and Lots of Leather”

—headline, WeeklyStandard.com, April 14

Saint Croix said...

"We’ve never seen her get a burrito before."

Fun game!

Read stories on Hillary as if they are stories about a robot who is trying to become more human.

Renee said...

One family responsible for maintaining the fertility rate on New Hampshire.

Nice photos

http://www.nhmagazine.com/May-2015/Whats-It-Like-to-Live-in-a-Family-of-12/

Siblings Speak:
“My friends don’t have minions. And they don’t have as many strange in-jokes.”
– Lena, 16

“Sometimes, it takes a while to get into the bathroom.”
— Sophia, 9

“We drive a tank instead of a regular car. “
– Clara, 14

“At Christmas I get a lot of presents, because there’s a lot of people. ”
— Lucy, 7

“If you have a good trick to play, you can play it on lots of people.”
– Moses, 12

“We take up two whole pews at Mass.“
– Irene, 5

“There’s always someone to help you. If one person won’t, there is a million more you can ask.”
— Elijah, 11

“I sleep with them in my room, and they read books to me. Jungle ones.”
— Benny, 3

SJ said...

@Renee,

when I was a teen (back in the 90s) I was personally acquainted with two families that had 10+ children.

One of those families, I am still connected with.

I always find it odd when people tell me I'm from a big family.

I only have four siblings. It's larger than usual, but it's not big.