I couldn’t resist posting this picture of Talulah on this Good Fridog. I found it while looking through some other images.
Lou, Zoe and I have the night to ourselves. Tina’s spending the night with her cousin Kelly. They are shopping all day, going to dinner and then getting a hotel room so they can have one-on-one
girly action girl talk.
Girl talk is not only a band, it’s what my niece calls it when we are visiting, and she wants me to leave the room.
Since Tina’s away, the mice will play, you know. I’m thinking about ordering one of the hot, naked chicks in a pamphlet I got while in Las Vegas. Let’s see. On page 6, it says that Dede is $89 while Bebe is $99.
Who should I go with?
I can’t decide.
There’s definitely a $10 difference in hotness between the two. If I order now, I’m sure Dede or Bebe will be here before midnight, right? There’s nothing in the pamphlet that says I’m responsible for their transportation to Chicago.
Oh my. Is it Good Friday again? Isn’t this a grand day? How are you celebrating Yeshua’s
suicide murder execution and subsequent reported resurrection?
Blasphemy aside, we should all be celebrating the right way, and that’s to fill our Easter baskets with Cadbury Eggs and wait for Harvey to bounce over the entire earth spreading good cheer to all the good little boys and girls who scream “Trick or Treat!” with their teeth that have fallen out buried under their pillows.
Here’s my reading and or watch this list for Good Friday:
- Watch PZ Myers at last year’s Global Atheist Convention in Australia. I watched a lot of it last night, and I was troubled by Myers’ declaration that even smart people can be ridiculously stupid.
- Watch The Office Rent it up saying farewell to Michael Scott.
- Watch Ricky Gervais on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. I’m reaching way back on this one, but it’s worth it. The conversation about Christmas is a keeper. “Do you celebrate Christmas? It has the word ‘Christ’ in it?” And Ricky says, “I say the word ‘Thursday’ and it has the word ‘Thor’ in it.”
- Hemant Mehta responds to the above Ricky G interview with a post about Actress (and Christian) Kristin Chenoweth’s reaction. Mehta also hits Texas Governor Rick Perry on how he plans to stop the wildfires. And let me tell you, Perry’s plan is not to utilize human ingenuity, science or water.
- I love being a small business owner: Corporations are hiding $60 billion from Uncle Sam and we still have debt galore in this country.
- Read about this smart high school student’s project to see what teen momhood would be about.
I’ve gone back several times and re-read this quote that Cynical-C posted from Robert Ingersoll. I wanted to share it:
I would not for my life destroy one star of human hope, but I want it so that when a poor woman rocks the cradle and sings a lullaby to the dimpled darling, she will not be compelled to believe that ninety-nine chances in a hundred she is raising kindling wood for hell.
– Robert Green Ingersoll, “How To Be Saved” (1880)
If you aren’t a regular-reader of Cynical-C, I recommend it. He stopped doing these daily doses for a while, but has recently reinstated it as a staple.
From Le Chart Maker:
I wasn’t taking Trump seriously, until I realized the huge advantage he has over all other candidates.