On The Question
@Hegel Hey! Those guys were in *Annapolis.* (Mr Tuck advised my senior essay, poor man.)
@BadUncle Someone once wrote in the NYT (approximately): "I'd rather eat a pound of unwashed leek than a tomato sold in the NY area between November and June." But I will take Bry's word for it!
@whateverlolawants Let's see: socialism, Obamaphone, sheeple, lazy, entitled, Texas forever. Oh! And a district by district map of the results that is, omg!, *mostly red.* How can it be, he wonders, that there are these relatively small clusters of blue and huge swaths of red, but BHO still won???
The Legacy Lunatic I keep as a FB friend in order to (very occassionally) visit Greater Wingnuttia is *completely convinced* of a Romney victory tomorrow. Only 200 people show for Obama rallies! Tens of thousands show for Romney! Romney is up by 22 among independents! Romney's gonna get well over 300 evs! If/when that turns out not to be the case, it will be, no doubt, because of the mysterious and occult powers of Brown People. Or sharia. Or both.
@James Mitchell Now please rhyme that with "tomfoolery."
So I should begin preparatory drinking now. OK.
It is the best.
(Did you see them the previous summer at Pier 84? We all of us from those same Jewy Northeastern Suburbs did it seems.)
@Clarence Rosario I think NBC optioned that for a sit com.
@Leanne Mai-ly None more cute than Angelo!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9__jckosjZw
@bluewindgirl Google "mulesing," or rather, really, really don't. I mean, I wear wool, but beyond the gothic horror I refer to earlier, I think the basic idea is that any industrialized use of an animal is going to be a nasty business (ear punching and shitty living conditions) and that shearing can be pretty unpleasant (it's rough, the sheep get cut up).