Friday, July 13, 2007

I'm sorry, Peggy, but there's a time limit on getting a clue.

No, Peggy ... you don't get credit for having that kind of revelation about five years too late.

God, what a cretin.

BONUS TRACK: The Pegster gets TRexed.


Anonymous said...

C'mon CC. Resuscitation and recovery from a Kool-Aid induced coma is a long, painful journey requiring gentle words, encouragement and understanding.

On second thought, never mind.

Carry on.

M@ said...

Gee, she was right all along, then!

Or, um, something.

Anonymous said...

More posts! Faster!

Anonymous said...

Gee m@, did I confuse you?


Or, um, something.

That guy said...

What's Peggy want, a medal or something? Sheesh. Next she'll be asking us to stand and applaud because she successfully brushed her teeth.

Red Tory said...

The Shorter Noonan: Everything I wrote for the last 7 years was delusional rubbish.

M@ said...


Confuse me? My dear boy, I had no idea you were even there. But do go on -- you're most amusing.

Anonymous said...

My mistake then. Misunderstood.
Glad I amuse you.
Carry on.

mikmik said...

LMAO! I was looking at her archives and randomly picked this one:
Joy to the World
He can't impose his sickness and sadism on the world. The children of Baghdad dance in the streets. A nightmare is over.
Let's not be boring people who Consider the Implications. Let's not talk about the domestic political impact. For just a day let's feel the pleasure history just handed us.

"What do we learn? Well, as Samuel Johnson said, "Man needs more to be reminded than instructed," so what are we reminded of through the happy ending of this story?

That human agency works and is an active force in history. You don't have to sit back and accept; you don't have to continue to turn a blind eye; you don't have to sit and do nothing, because all action involves choice and all choice invites repercussion ... etc"

Unknown said...

All people make mistakes and I think she has learned from her mistake, she said so.

“Your birth is a mistake you'll spend your whole life trying to correct.”

Chuck Palahniuk