Monday, September 06, 2004

The traditional start of the fall season
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Clinton calls Kerry from his deathbed.

The fall has officially begun. Now, if you haven't been paying attention, there's an election on. Now, traditionally, people start paying attention and the race begins in earnest.

(Oh, were it that the race began for Earnest, now that he's back from camp, but no, a man can only dream, and this whole country isn't California)

Anyway, word on the street, and the street being the NYT article above, is that Clinton's bridge-builders are driving through the country in an old cop car, talking about getting the band back together. I'm especially excited about getting Carville back in the game. He's got my favorite kind of crazy in him, crazy like a fox, which I guarantee will contrast well with Zell Miller's batshit rabid feral-dog crazy.

Things to remember for fall:

Joe Gibbs is Back
You will be listening to my radio show over the internet, so block out some time accordingly.
Kerry is historically a good closer, and one of the reasons August was so bad for him that no one is mentioning is that he didb't spend any money.
If you're using a sharp knife to get the pit out of an avocado, use the face of the blade, not the tip of the blade, to cut into the pit. Sure, the tip will work, but what if you miss? What then? If you can't figure it out I'll send you pictures of my left hand. That'll wake you up, Bubba.
Be glad you're not in my fantasy football league.

Cheers. And remember, from here on out, it's a sprint, not a marathon.

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