Basically I am going to have a blogging hemorrhage since it has been a few days.
Lets first start with my most exciting news. I now own Star Wars on DVD. Yes, they have been just released if you live under a rock and yes, there is something about Harrison Ford at age twenty-something that makes me incredibly hard and wet. There is also something about those little furry Ewok's that makes me want to run out and own something furry.
So, after experiencing four orgasms with hearing the intro credits on a big screen, the spaceship fly into Hoth, and seeing Harrison, I am now done. I can't wait to sit down and watch them all. And the best part is that they were only $44 bucks. Cheap compared to lots of multidisc sets which are well over 50 bucks.
Lets look at the military head where that Eurocorps (Europe's beginning of its possible new military) has decided was a good idea. http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/22/international/asia/22euro.html
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Next item of business, I read Boston's Weekly Dig this week at work and I am going to quote a whole bunch of shit from it because I laughed hysterically (nearly choking on that food that I was eating at the time). One writer beats upon Bush and the other beats upon Boston art galleries. Since you all know my opinion on Bush and ::hush hush: I work in a Boston art gallery, I found it amusing. "The Newbury Street galleries often put my knickers right in a twist. All I have to do is walk past Thomas Kinkade or the relentlessly commercial Wentworth Gallery (cruise ship art), and I find I'm muttering to myself about the dire relationship between art and the marketplace, and the sad fact that the artistic taste that I consider to be "bad" is the taste of the grand majority of people in this country." Okay, so its a little harsh but the whole, think of a cruise ship than think of their art is hysterical. Next up, Bush bashing. Yay!
"If you missed the First Twins on TV during the RNC, I recommend tracking down the transcript. Jenna and Barbara Bush, combined age 44, demonstrated about one-half the intelligence and sophistication as Ilana Wexler, the spastic 12 year old founder of Kids for Kerry who addressed the Dem's in Boston. I mention Wexler because a comparison to the Kerry daughters wouldn't be fair to Vanessa and Alexandra (the Kerry daughters). The Bush twins were so bad that people who spent the earlier part of the week yelling obscenities at the screen were left mute. And yet the twins speech wasn't completely without purpose. During these excruciating ten minute, America was finally informed of something it shouldn've known during the 2000 Election: George and Laura call each other "Bushy." Just imagine George and Laura in monogrammed slippers calling each other "Bushy" over a crystal picture of iced tea. Do this one mental exercise and you're well on your way to understanding why so many Democrats are willing to overlook the profound corruption in their own party and prepare for November 2 like it is D-Day for American liberalism." Then, after hearing info about Jenna bar hopping in Prague where this writer was writing from for a little while, a plan: "The mission was doable. Our bolder plan requred only a small digital video camera and a plastic Osama bin Laden Halloween mask, both of which we had. Think Chasing Amy meets the Paris Hilton video."