Well. It ought to be... interesting... one way or another.
Coulter vs. Carlin. *sigh* I haven't watched Carlin in years: he's just gotten too crude. Coulter sometimes makes me a bit uncomfortable, but I admit I have an affection for her for two reasons: 1) she is an adored and loving cousin to some very dear friends of my parents, and 2) I admit to being sinful enough to occasionally enjoy the hard-core smack-down she can deliver to looney libs.
I know, Rick. I know. Not very Christian of me (and I'm not happy about her 9/11 wives comment), but I admit to still being human. In my defense, I can only offer the fact that I rarely read her columns and statements.
Anyway, like I said - it ought to be "interesting," at the very least, LOL
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 13.06.2006 @ 12:58
Aw, Rick.... Thanks so much, dear friend, you are too gracious! I hope and pray that your Memorial Day was as wonderful and beautiful as mine.
Many blessings to you and yours (and don't forget the skritchies for the purrs, OK?)
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 29.05.2006 @ 18:04
Careful, Rick... your stiletto is showing!
I am amazed at the civil, resigned patience with which you deliver your, um, correction to this... person. I would be using "moonbat," "idiot," and far worse by now...
But then, I'm still working on the "patience is a virtue" thing. LOL
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 17.05.2006 @ 20:05
Oh, it's the phereomes? I thought it was the black leather with the strategically-placed stainless steel accents... LOLOL
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 17.05.2006 @ 08:22
Ahhh! Me, too!
Hey, Rick, smart idea. Me, I surf off my RSS feed at Bloglines, but it's also coded to display on my blog. That way, I don't have to enter data in eight different places.
So, if I stop reading, I bump it off my RSS list.
*YOU* of course, are in my "Buddies" folder, so I always know what you're up to [looking at you with beady kitty-eyes]!
Which reminds me: when are you gonna cat blog?! ;-)
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 17.05.2006 @ 06:32
Thank you, Rick. You have stated your case far more eloquently and clearly than I did. I fear for this country, should such incivility and rudeness become the behavior of all.
BTW, I like the new comment boxes, too!
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 9.02.2006 @ 12:31
LOL... Rick, for myself, I confess that I'm mystified about what PJM is supposed to be doing AND how they're going to do it. I haven't been very impressed with their current website or with their stumbling debut.
However, that's just me, and I have no dog in the race whatsoever. If they succeed at challenging the MSM, I think that's wonderful, and more power to them. Frankly, I would LOVE for PJM to succeed!
And, I find myself agreeing with Kender (surprise, surprise!) that there's going to be a VERY short pier and VERY long walks for anyone who tried to tell you what to write, much less how to write it!
[Oooooo, Eeeevil Thought™ : Record that discussion and sell it for profit!]
Now, to a very important question: Will being a member of PJM encourage CatBlogging on this blog?
A very merry Christmas to you and your family, Rick, and all the blessings of a happy New Year!
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 11.12.2005 @ 15:47
(gosh, I hope the html stuff goes thru...)
.. which is why we love you so dearly, Rick!
And speaking of beautiful language and Kipling, I grew up with the sound of my Daddy's voice reading "Just So Stories" to me. Usually he'd read the shorter ones, but if I was sick, of had been especially good (or begged persistantly enough), he'd read the longer ones.
In my opinion, the absolute BEST Just So story is "the Butterfly that Stamped."
My daughter (9) is now an addict, too. And, she has also asked me to read "Paul Revere's Ride" to her as well. I cannot read it without choking up in the final third.
I LOVE beautiful writing like that!
Wonderful post, Rick - thanks so much!
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 21.09.2005 @ 08:27
Rick, as always, another brilliant piece of reporting. This is obviously going to be the "go-to" post for the who/what/where/when questions.
Thanks so much for your hard work and research!
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 5.09.2005 @ 18:46
Mmm. The permalink to the recipe is here for the Red Cross donations.
Obviously, my typing skills aren't working properly today!
Hugzz, blog-bro, and skritchies to your kitties for me, OK?
-- R'catComment Posted By Romeocat On 1.09.2005 @ 12:52