Archive for October 28th, 2005

Google Search Update

Here are just a few of the Google searches that have led to my blog recently (generally in the top 3-5 of search results):

“Everybody have fun tonight”

full beards popular in fashion 2005 (Google New Zealand only, for some reason)

applying makeup to resemble Lily Munster

That is all.

October 28th, 2005 at 08:23pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Eli's Obsession With The Google

Friday Quote & Cat Blogging

This week’s quote:

And who butts in, only Joe Purcell, his head full of amazin’ facts like the boilin’ point of water and the number of eyes in a fly head.

(I may have the name in the quote wrong, for reasons not worth getting into here)

From The Butcher Boy, a very peculiar Neil Jordan movie about a demented young Irish kid. Definitely worth a look if you like that sort of thing.

And of course, there’ll be other people’s cats…

The tummyrub-lovin’ stray kitty my coworker was looking for a home for. She finally placed it with her sister, so y’all can just eat your hearts out now… Posted by Picasa

October 28th, 2005 at 07:01pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Friday Quote & Cat Blogging

Scooter Scoots! SCOTUS?

Well, I mean, he’s available, and there’s an opening Bush is
looking to fill. What’s a little indictment between cronies?

October 28th, 2005 at 02:01pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Bush,Judiciary,Libby/Plame

Hugh Hewitt, Comic Genius!

It has to be some kind of parody – no-one could possibly spout such absurdity with a straight face:

OVER the last two elections, the Republican Party regained control of the United States Senate by electing new senators in Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota and Texas. These victories were attributable in large measure to the central demand made by Republican candidates, and heard and embraced by voters, that President Bush’s nominees deserved an up-or-down decision on the floor of the Senate.

Ah yes, I remember it well. The Republicans’ Rock The Up-Or-Down Vote ad campaign was legendary in its devastating ruthlessness.

The right’s embrace in the Miers nomination of tactics previously exclusive to the left – exaggeration, invective, anonymous sources, an unbroken stream of new charges, television advertisements paid for by secret sources – will make it immeasurably harder to denounce and deflect such assaults when the Democrats make them the next time around.

Oh. My. God. This guy is brilliant. I couldn’t come up with stuff this good in a million years hopped up on goofballs.

(I can’t help thinking of that “From you, Dad! I learned it from you!” anti-drug commercial…)

Those are the highlights, but he does go on to refer to Circuit Judge Michael Luttig as a “superstar”, and the National Review’s Cornerites as “sharp-tongued, witty and relentless writers” that potentially pro-Miers senators cowered in fear of.

Me like Bizarro World! Me want live on Bizarro World all the time! Me super good-looking and clever on Bizarro World!

October 28th, 2005 at 11:36am Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Judiciary,Republicans,Wankers

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