Happy Valentine’s Day to you. I like the picture and admit I stole the idea for my Valentine’s Day post. Hey, I liked the picure I found.
Randy, you’re welcome to any of my bright ideas!
From the aptly-named Magickal Graphics.
I thought you might appreciate Magickal Graphics’ work, Drongo.
Nice. Any big plans? We’re going to catch the apropriately named (if perhaps emotionally depressing) AMOUR today and Jackie choise Carrabba’s for dinner.
Right back at you, George.
We like Carrabba’s, Jeff. But I’m taking Diane to THE HIDEAWAY GRILL where a harpist will be playing during dinner.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Patti. Hope you and Phil have a sweet day!
Nice butt. And another scam by the candy and card people to celebrate.
I don’t mind celebrating VALENTINE’S DAY, Bob. I do resent GRANDPARENTS DAY, BOSSES DAY, and all the other invented occasions.
I don’t celebrate all those third rate occasions, either. Generally, I prefer the ones that involve federal holidays and don’t require cards.
Since the next holiday is President’s Day, I am expecting to see a ‘sexy George Washington’ picture on Monday.
Ha! How little you know me, Lauren. I’ll be reviewing a scholarly work on American Exceptionalism!
I just looked up last year’s Presidents’ Day blog, which was a picture of Marilyn Monroe with the text, “Happy Birthday Mr. President.” So it appears, Dr. Kelley, that my false prediction may not have been entirely without basis.
I am looking forward to reading your review about American Exceptionalism. I do think that cultural aspects can allow for different societies to excel in certain areas; however, I think that the “we’re number one” rhetoric is silly.
Yes, Lauren, Marilyn did show up on my blog last PRESIDENTS’ DAY. But tomorrow American Exceptionalism will be front and center.
OOO ESS AAY NUMBER 1! *pounds chest* (I know at least some of my far right friends will take that book as another, if smaller, opportunity to insist, among other things, that Phil Abbott and I and anyone slightly to the left or right of us and everyone, and there is a lot of everyone, in between are all singing from the same hymnal. Because a centrist like PA and leftist edge of Green guy like myself are identical, no? Meanwhile, the differences between, say, Ron Paul and Rand Paul are manifestly evident. (Well, Rand does seem the dimmer bulb.)
Rand Paul’s “Bring on the Sequester!” mantra could explode in his face as the job cuts mount and the economy slips back into recession, Todd.
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