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Thursday, February 15, 2007

Blogging May Be Light...

...for the next week. Got things to do, big anthropomorphosized mice to see, trams to ride.


Blogger ninme said...

I do hope you're going to Disneyland and not Disney World.

Purists are depending on you making the right decision here.

2/15/2007 10:42 AM

Anonymous Subbasket said...

Yes we are going to the land of Disney not the World of Disney. "Tiny Bubbles" just has to open his wallet and pay for it all and I get to decide which rides to go on:-) Great plan if I do say so myself. First we will try to climb the Matterhorn take a thunderest ride down another moutain only to get lost in space that might take us on a star tour or two while we have a few fun laughs trying to get a treasure from those darn pirates in the caribbean while take a splash through a small world of Indiana Jones upon the ship of a hooked man that got lost in a Haunted Mansion but then we will end the day with a tea party with the Mad Hatter. What fun we will have.

2/15/2007 11:32 AM

Blogger ninme said...

I recommend sitting at the back of the train on the Thunder Mountain Railroad. It's a hoot. Especially with those who've never been on it. "What this is all it doe-- aaaack!"

2/15/2007 5:19 PM

Blogger Chap said...

lines to wait in, trinkets to pay for, crises to resolve...

2/15/2007 9:52 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

When you check back, Joel, perhaps you'd care to comment on the following. I don't recall that this was exactly one of your predictions for 2007:

"Democrats said their next move would be to challenge Bush's request for $93 billion in new funds for the Pentagon."

2/16/2007 5:44 PM

Blogger Bubblehead said...

Having Democrats say something, and having their leadership and the Blue Dog Dems actually allow something like that to happen are two different things. Rep. Murtha and his ilk will be full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

2/17/2007 8:35 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ralph Peters says it all....."The 'nonbinding resolution' telling the world that we intend to surrender to terrorism and abandon Iraq may be the most disgraceful congressional action since the Democratic Party united to defend slavery"

2/17/2007 11:20 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Chairman Murtha will describe his strategy for not only limiting the deployment of troops to Iraq but undermining other aspects of the president's foreign and national security policy."

Perhaps Murtha's a Chinese agent as well...? Given his objectives, we'd clearly have trouble distinguishing between the two.

2/18/2007 5:59 AM


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