Well, kiddies…

Well, kiddies, here we are on the brink of war and you know what? I don’t care! I haven’t been following the news at all, despite my job. All I know is that the CPO page is all tarted up and ready for war.

I don’t care about Iraq. Saddam is a merciless dictator whose regime tortures its citizens. But I don’t want the US to have to be the country that frees the Iraqi citizens from tyranny. I don’t care about Iraqi children. I’m not concerned about their civilian casualties. War sucks, people. Al Quaeda didn’t care about our civilians on 9/11, did they? I don’t know why we’re pushing forward with this, but I’m supporting the troops while maintaining a healthy distrust of our Commander-in-Chief, who, for the record, I voted for. And who won fair and square. But that’s old news. ;)

As long as the ‘war’ stays neatly boxed up in Iraq, then I’m fine. I’d actually buy the new Patriot bonds if I knew the money wasn’t going to go toward reconstructing Iraq after we tear it apart.

And because of the ‘war’, Baseball cancelled the opening day in Japan. Good. You know why? Because I hate the fact that MLB opens its seasons in Japan. I’m tired of sucking up to, and trying to suck up to, the other ‘established’ countries in the world.

Wow…I’m an angry American! :) I guess that means it’s time for bed.

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Geez…I haven’t blogged in two days?

Geez…I haven’t blogged in two days? Do you think it coincides with the gorgeous 60+ degree days we’ve been having? :)

Mickey: Practically better. Only coughs once in a while. I can live with that — we still have 3 days of meds left for him.
Wt: 142.0 (Yeah, but the huge Shamrock Shake yesterday was WELL worth it!)
Mood: Springlike
Work docket: Already did my “Very Special Edition of Static” section. Next is Parenting Today, followed by a job fair page update and (hopefully) some work in our Living section.
Lunch Plans: Brought a Smart Ones Chicken bowl meal
Afternoon/Evening: Unknown. Will probably include folding laundry.

Where is the outrage? Israeli Bulldozer Kills U.S. Woman, 23 Yes, she was an idiot, but what would the story have been like had she been protesting on behalf of Israel? Would it have been buried like this?

On a happier note, David sent me flowers yesterday. Daisies, no less!! (They’re my fave flower) Unfortunately, they arrived after I went home, but that means I had a beautiful surprise waiting for me here this morning! :)

On Saturday, the Wings beat the League-Leading Buffalo Bandits 15-12. So not only did we enjoy the swankness of the balcony suite, but we also saw a fantastic (and hard-hitting) lacrosse game!

Sunday, I took Dierdre the Pain and her vassal Ursus Pu (David) to look for pieces of a bow that Pu wants. Although we didn’t find the bow guy, I did get an extra skill credit out of the deal.

Okay…back to work. Better kick out the job fair page FIRST.

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Last night we went to Rascals

Last night we went to Rascals comedy club in Cherry Hill. Pretty low-brow, IMO, but we had a good time nonetheless. Gary Ewing opened and closed. He’s a pretty funny guy, but relies too much on a high-pitched Mike Tyson-like “dumb” voice to get his jokes across. Jackson Purdue was the headliner, and while he didn’t bomb, it was an off-night. His jokes just didn’t catch fire. He seemed pretty peeved about it, too!

I spent much of my afternoon playing Asheron’s Call. Tonight we go to the Wings game — balcony suite, baby! — tho’ David would rather not go. :(

Mickey’s doing much much better. Hardly coughs at all!

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RIP, Mr. Rogers

More about Mr. Rogers

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