Bus ad reads: “Sofa King- Our Prices Are Sofa King Low”
… A homemade bowl of barley and mushroom soup. Happiness is changing your diet to an almost exclusively fresh ingredient menu.
Happiness is homemade soup, served in a bowl your mom bought you (with your name on it) because she had the foresight to know that one day, it really would be “Jeremy’s Soup”. Thanks, Mom, for providing the discipline and the health education to make this process so much easier.
I imagine that celebrities and politicians have a list of services that a person or organization could hire them for.
Sarah Palin has one that others don’t.
I read here after googling services that politians offer that Letterman has succeeded in making Palin look good. Wait, what?
I guess to a Palin supporter, she might look okay. But comedy is no-holds barred. There is no sacred ground. There’s no bad news here. What? Because formidably awful Olive Garden pulled its ads from the show, we should all be crying with Palin?
Olive Garden is awful.
And so is Palin.
I saw this horrible sign here: The Dangers of Fundamentalism, Part 94 – Jeffrey Goldberg
Apart from the sickheaded foulness of the statement, there is a rich irony in the posting of the biblical passage Galatians 6:7. It says no one mocks god.
That sign is nothing but a mockery of god.
It’s like a Walmart sign. “Come inside where our greeters will greet you. Our sermons are cheap and the music is cheaper. Our prices are low to stomp out the competition. Our competition are those evil abortionists like Tiller, and boy did we stomp that asshole out.”
Nobody mocks god better than Christians.