This is from 2007.
I crack myself up.
posted by Lorraine at 10:19 PM |
Almost prophetic. Almost.
This guy is a multimillionair and he straps the dog to the roof for 12 hours? Has he never heard of a kennel? Did he not have freinds he can leave the dog with? There are pet sitters, house sitters galore. Scarey to think he wants to lead the most powerful nation in the world when he can't even look after a pet.
And here we all thought that National Lampoon's "Vacation" was just a movie...
I'm going to see if I can get a Human Carrier for my 767 and tuck him nicely in it, strap it on top, and head for Tokyo. The really fun part will be watching what happens when we're doing 500 mph and it's 25 degrees outside. There's an effect called "ram rise" which increases the temperature by about 30 degrees celcius. So imagine it being 55 degrees with a 500 mph wind.There's a good boy.
Now that the... er... young lady has left for a while I thought I'd mention a news item that sprang up yesterday that has me absolutely incensed. I see that the wonderful mayor of Toronto, when confronted with a picture taken of his greatness reading while he was driving, had the audacity to claim "Well I'm a busy man."Now I know that most of us are not busy people so we, of course, will never read, or text, or put our makeup on while driving. But those of you who are busy people... Mr Ford has given you the OK to do whatever the hell you want while you're driving... put as many people's lives at risk... because you're a busy person.Where is Freud when you need him?
When is the "young lady" back?Given how pudgey Mr. Ford's fingers are, you can imagine how many times he must misdial/mistext while he is driving. That must keep him even busier.
All animals are busy, but some are more busy than others...(with apologies to George Orwell)
The Young Lady won't be back soon enough..
I'm just waiting for the picture of Hizzonner actually putting on make-up while he's driving.
I am reading a book called "The Darwin Awards, Chlorinating the gene pool."His Immenseness would be a logical candidate.
I was up at the cottage when I heard about my city's esteemed "leader" reading while driving. Judging from his past performances, I'm worried that he can't pat his head and rub his belly at the same time, let alone drive & read. In answer to when Lorraine is back, her kids aren't answering the phone when I call so even I have no idea. (yes, they have call display, maybe I should block my number...)
He can read?DJW
Kids answer the phone? Unless it is their cell, not one of the five kids in my house will answer the house phone because they know its not for them and if it is actually a real person and not a sales call, this would mean having to take a message.Send them a text, they'll answer that!
your kids aknowledge your texts?Mine don't, or do 3 hours later.DJW
I don't text. I think it's stupid. Just tried the house again. No answer.
I think you should go out there and check on them, Roz. Maybe Rob Ford was driving around out in Lorraine's neck of the woods and crashed into her house while reading the paper or talking on the phone. The kids could be stuck under Toronto's Great Leader....
Just got in the door.Ari ignored my text. I didn't send him any more. Christer ignored my text. I didn't send him anymore.Pammy answered all my texts and told me the cats loved me. I will never text anyone but Pammy again.I am hooooooooooooome! Had an awesome time. I mean, mind bogglingly awesome. Details will follow. Well, some details will follow....
I'm working in your neighborhood tomorrow.Drop by.Bring cupcakes....or a Porsche.DJW
Oh, PJ. Thanks for the REALLY bad visual.
It figures that only Pam would answer your text. My two lads, both a year younger each compared to your two, text all the time. My oldest, almost 19, is working while he decides what to do about life and pays for his own phone. My youngest is entering grade 12 and we pay for his cell phone. I got my cell bill last week, which forturately includes a plan with unlimited texting. My youngest sent 3237 texts and received 2751.Like you, I can't get him to respond to a text even if it is about money or food, but by these numbers he is receiving 107.0 texts a day and sending 97.1. Heck we are only the Moms.
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