In Shocking Development, Americans Discovered to Have Negative Opinion About Quitters

“The more interesting point to be made about Palin is how toxic she’s become among the broader electorate. In fact, buried in the internals of the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll is an amusing number: A majority see a Palin endorsement as a clear negative.” [Plum Line, via Political Wire]


From one immature song writer to an immature adult female
Toxic by Britney Spears Sarah Palin

Baby, can’t you see?
I’m calling a guy like you
I wear a warning
I’m dangerous, I’m Palin

There’s no escape
I can’t wait, I need the fame
Baby, I’ll give it
I’m dangerous, I’m insane

Too high, can’t come down
Losing my head
Spinning ’round and ’round
Do you feel me now?

With a word on my lips
I’m on a ride
I’m toxic, You’re slipping under
With a taste of insane paradise
I’m addicted to me
Don’t you know that I’m toxic?
And I love what I do
Don’t you know that I’m toxic?

@ManchuCandidate: You just named one of the songs Silent Creative Partner plays on stage while backed by his four video clones.

Unfortunately, our supply of ponies has been exhausted.

Really? That shit sure helped the Anti-Immigrant/Tea Party patriot clown Susana Martinez in the New Mexico GOP primary and probably did Darling Nikki some good as well. The NM gubernatorial race is rated a toss up* and I thought I saw that Nikki is expected to win her race also.

Yet another nitpicking smear on Sarah’s ethics.

@JNOV: Careful — he’s 22.

No, wait — he’s 33. Guess we’ve been working together for awhile…

(And if he’s lurking, I’m figuring out automatic-update preferences on the Stupid-Trick App this afternoon.)

Big doins’ chez Jamie today. On my way back from the local city pool, I walked through a shit ton of teenagers gathering at the basketball court. Luckily, they just ignored me but no sooner had I passed the lot of them (at least 30, possibly 45) and was on the sidewalk headed toward my house, I heard a siren, turned around and saw at least15 of them running my way.

I’ve always heard/read about/seen on YouTube the herd mentality wherein people start running just because everyone else is. Apparently, I’m immune to that because I just turned around again and kept walking. Not that I could have done anything anyway. If they were coming to get me, there was no way I could outrun a bunch of teenagers in a soaking wet bathing suit and flip flops.

I was initially surprised that the cops got there so fast. They must have been tipped off that something was going to happen at the park today. Yesterday, I saw about 5 kids running through the park on my way back from the pool and overheard 1 of them talking about sucker punching one of another group of kids who had been chasing them. I’m guessing today’s ruckus was related to that. Damn punks.

@JNOV: More like a bunch of kids getting together after summer school to kick each other’s asses. The park is about half a mile down the street from a high school. I’m guessing this was a continuation of yesterday’s brouhaha and word traveled today during class.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Those damn juvenile delinquents, they’re everywhere!
/get off my lawn

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: The only good thing is that grown-ups, those who don’t present a threat to them like cops, are mostly invisible to teens. Unless you project yourself into it, you are just not a part of their world. Thank god.

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