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Thursday, February 26, 2009

I'm Back, baby!

I didn't intend to be gone for so long. My paying jobs kind of swelled on me. Anyway, here I am.

I've been watching the news of course, what else do bloggers do, right?

I've seen "Sen." Roland Burris' story change more times a teenager girl getting dressed to go to the mall.

I've seen so much passion, for and against, Nadya Suleman aka Octomom. Right or wrong, why do people want to crush her?

I've seen baseballs being thrown with the thoughts of Summer coming soon.
I've seen Cub fans standing in line to begin their 101st year swoon.

I've seen the Oscars be more boring than a speech by Sarah Jessica Parker on shoe care.

I've seen our President address Congress in hopes of getting our SUV of a country out of real deep mud.

I haven't seen my Egg McMuffin anywhere, anyone, anyone, Bueller, Bueller?

9 comments:

Tara said...

I see how it is, just abandon your faithful readers for a paying job.

Diane said...

Nice to have you back. I've missed reading your take on things as well as that of your responders. So you told us what you have seen now I look forward to reading what you think... What you really think (you usually don't hold back) about lifes current events.

Mike said...

Because of your 'paying jobs come first attitude', I was forced to go over to your brother's blog, and his warped but interesting view on current events. It was either that or 'Mariotti's fanhouse' and I just couldn't go there.
Plus he's giving out coupons for free Egg McMuffins and 'Crush Octomom' bumper stickers....

Anonymous said...

Have you had time to really look at Obama's "plan" to save the economy. If this thing gets through then we are all screwed. The numbers just don't add up.

Welcome back.

Mark Ploch said...

Didn't miss Anony and his Eeyore perspective of the world.

Scott Plocharczyk said...

My brother is a capitalistic pig

CFandl said...

Could it be that Anony isn't living with his head in the sand like some people?

Anonymous said...

I'm confused by your last post about the war and ex-pres. Bush being an ass. Were you defending him? I expected a blog on your opinion of why President Obama is sending that poor girl with the two adorable little daughters to Iraq. He is very powerful now and can let her stay home to take care of these children. What's wrong with him? Did Washington change him already. Can you imagine how poorly those girls will do in school?

Anonymous said...

I agree with you about the poor lady with the 14 children. We should all write to President Obama and ask him to do the right thing and write a law that would adopt her. We should treat her like a national treasure and support her and her family as long as she needs us to. If he doesn't we should all stand in solidarity with her and send her our $13/week gift from the president as a start!