Just when we thought the captioning fun was over and we get a fresh supply.
posted on 03/26/2013 3:34:20 PM PDT
(What happens to taglines? Is there a termination date?)
Yooo Hooo... I'm over HERE!!!
posted on 03/26/2013 3:36:42 PM PDT
(Stand UP and Be Counted, or line up and be numbered - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
"I haven't held on to a ball for a long time. Teresa's had both of mine in her jewelry box since our second wedding anniversary. Is this one of Hillary's?"
posted on 03/26/2013 3:38:16 PM PDT
(When there are more people riding in the cart than there are pulling it, the cart stops moving...)
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posted on 03/26/2013 3:39:03 PM PDT
("AP" clearly stands for American Pravda. Our news media has become completely and proudly Soviet.)
Kerry in Afghanistan, moments before he kicked the bomb-laden ball and the unfortunate explosion.
posted on 03/26/2013 3:50:41 PM PDT
(Seeking the truth, a fact at a time.)
Where can I get me one of those soccer ball licenses?!!
posted on 03/26/2013 4:26:11 PM PDT
(Keep your arms out. It makes it harder for them to throw a net over you.)
Ha! Can the Oompa Loompas be far behind?
posted on 03/26/2013 4:30:50 PM PDT
(I'm pessimistic about man, but I'm optimistic about GOD!)
posted on 03/26/2013 4:48:37 PM PDT
(My heroes have always been cowboys)
The "Kerry" name, widely misinterpreted as indicative of Irish heritage, was reputedly selected arbitrarily: "According to family legend, Fritz and another family member opened an atlas at random and dropped a pencil on a map. It fell on County Kerry in Ireland, and thus a name was chosen. Leaving their hometown Mödling, a suburb of Vienna where they had lived since 1896, Fred and Ida, together with their son Eric, emigrated to the United States in 1905, living at first in Chicago and eventually moving to Brookline, Massachusetts, by 1915.
The village where Fritz Kohn was born in 1873 was at that time known as Bennisch and was a part of Silesia in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, but is today known as Horní Beneov in the Czech Republic. After learning of his ancestral connection with their village, the mayor and citizens sent congratulatory correspondence to John Kerry with regard to his political pursuits.
posted on 03/26/2013 4:53:20 PM PDT
(Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
Kin ah git me this growth removed from my head with Obamacare?
Kerry must love it in A’stan. That’s one of the countries where other people hate the US even more than HE does...He doesn’t have to feel SO defensive there!! :)
posted on 03/27/2013 9:24:49 AM PDT
("The man who has no inner-life is a slave to his surroundings. "Henri Frederic Amiel)
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