Archive for January 26th, 2006

Early Friday Quote & Cat Blogging

Going to be away from the internets again most of tomorrow, so I figured I should get the Friday Quote & Cat Blogging out of the way tonight.

This week’s quote:

Don’t upset me, Steve – unless you want to make me less horny.

From A Night At The Roxbury, the cheesy but-but-IMHO-underrated SNL movie based on the recurring sketch with Will Ferrell, Chris Kattan, and whoever the host is, bobbing their necks unnaturally, crashing various parties and driving around with Haddaway’s “What Is Love?” playing continuously.

And, of course, there’ll be cats. Sort of.

Now, who does he remind me of… Posted by Picasa

6 comments January 26th, 2006 at 11:21pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Friday Quote & Cat Blogging

Cranky TravAlito Blogging

Been travelling (9 hours on a train), so not much opportunity for blogging – currently lounging around my Dad’s house playing Mambo Kurt and Richard Cheese for my little sister. Probably won’t be around much until Sunday night.

I was going to ask whether it was possible that the Senate Democrats are playing possum on Alito, softpedaling the filibuster talk so as to catch the Republicans off guard, without a chance to disseminate their talking points in advance. But if Byrd (and Tim Johnson) is on board with Alito, I don’t think a filibuster’s going to happen.

I just don’t understand why – what are they seeing in him that I’m not? Please tell me they’re not thinking “Once the American people see a Republican Supreme Court in action, they’ll finally understand what’s at stake!”, because, um, by that point it’s kinda too late. Even if it propels them to control of Congress and the White House, the Republicans have assured themselves of 30-40 years of veto power by the judicial branch. Sure, there’ll be some entertainment value watching the Republicans explain how it’s not judicial activism when their guys do it, but I’d really rather just watch Family Guy.

January 26th, 2006 at 07:14pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Democrats,Politics,Wankers

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