Tuesday, January 19th, 2010
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Harold Ford Will Talk About The Issues Some Other Time

"I love New York, I love the smell of New York, I love the city of New York, I love the subway – I take the subway. But I am going to focus on things that voters in this restaurant and those across the city and state care about."
-Attention-junkie Harold Ford continues his media blitz at the International House of Pancakes on W. 135th St. This interview with the Daily News was "granted under the condition that the questions be limited to his rationale for running, and not issues." [Via]

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saythatscool (#101)

"I love the smell of the subway. I bath in other people's urine. I rub myself in the aftersex musk of two Grizzlies with a bottle of Canola. What I am trying to tell you is that these pancakes are makin' me horny."

- Harold "Fancylad" Ford

KarenUhOh (#19)

He's waffling.

saythatscool (#101)

Nonsense! They're eating his lines up like hotcakes.

rootless_e (#3,059)

""granted under the condition that the questions be limited to his rationale for running, and not issues."

Chicks and money?

Rod T (#33)

And yet he went to a crappy national chain restaurant and not a local merchant. Fucking tourist. Did you get your picture taken at "Ground Zero" yet, Harold?

Moff (#28)

There's an IHOP on West 135th?

lawyergay (#220)

"A round of Rooty Tooty Fresh & Fruities for my friends here!"

lawyergay (#220)

Sorry that's "Fresh 'N Fruities!"

Rod T (#33)

A year ago he was against the Fruities, but has recently decided to support them.

HiredGoons (#603)

If he's not talking about the issues, one can assume his reasons for running do not involve attempting to solve any problems.

Thank god, I was worried he was going to shake up the system.

hman (#53)

It sounds like he's getting all his ducks in a row.
/Memphis Peabody Hotel joke

KarenUhOh (#19)

He's getting all his ducks in an elevator.

Mackle (#446)

I thought this syrup smell in New York thing was already sussed out…

Onjay (#2,679)

Change I can believe in: 50-cent tip at the IHOP.

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