Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Another Lockjaw Passes Into The Big Gated Community In The Sky

He and Thurston Howell III are no doubt swapping stories of restricted country clubs as they sip Old Fashioneds in the Big Connecticut Beyond...

8 Comments:

Blogger Stephen Rader said...

Wow. He's gone. I wonder who Robin Williams will impersonate from that lock jawed community now? :)

4:23 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I don't know. Dana Carvey already has dibs on John McLaughlin. ;-)

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

Remember when Buckley was the most batshit crazy conservative? Is it possible we can trade Coulter to get him back?

6:10 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

No kidding...I'd gladly attend HER Viking burial! (If they asked nicely, I might even light the match...)

7:41 PM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

What if Buckley was placed on a funeral pyre, set ablaze and then Coulter had to run and jump on it? She's such a misogynist that I'm sure she's in favor of that practice.

Okay, I almost erased that because I thought it was too mean, then I remember who I was talking about...

8:43 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I think "running" might be a problem for her on those rickety, undernourished legs, but I think the rest would go down a right treat, as they say across the pond...:-)

9:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't Wm Fahbuckly Junior once say that Harvard was too liberal? I remeber Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in showing him wearing his leisure suit and trying to look all stiff upper lip. I think he shared a single brain cell with W Bush who just today declared that we are not in a Recession! Ed

6:33 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Yes, I do think I recall Mr. Fahbuckley (I LOVE that pronunciation) saying that Harvard was too liberal. Well, no shit Willie! As I recall, he said it as if it were a profound announcement he'd just gleaned from the stone tablets.

And everyone in the world tried to be relevant by appearing on "Laugh-In." Sometimes it just failed miserably, like it now does on "The Colbert Report." (Guess what--you're NOT really "in on the joke," as you would have us believe.)

I'm sorry, but this will be a short mourning period. Like Nixon's was.

8:09 PM  

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