Denial? Anger? Or Bargaining?

25 People Who Think President Obama Killed Andrew Breitbart [BuzzFeed]

I’ll play the Wingnutty Tinfoil edition of Clue TM and say it’s ACORN, Nancy Pelosi, the Reverse Vampires, the KGB, the Free Masons AND the Church of Scientology, using a poison tipped umbrella at the glory hole.

In death he continues to be disgusting. Pity his poor children.

@Benedick: Can you imagine how messed uop those kids must be? Poor things.

…Aaaaand the not the msnbc ad is shilling a free cremation and urn. Gotta love technology.

I think this proves reincarnation. Breitbart came back as a meme.

@Benedick: Children of crazy people often go on to try to clear their parent’s name. I went to law school with the daughter of a corrupt individual who died before he was indicted. Before law school, the daughter went into journalism to tell the story of her father’s work. She has pretty much faded away and is now a minor functionary for the procurement office of the local branch of the national security apparatus.

Another law school classmate of mine was the daughter of an elected official whose claim to fame was stating in defense of a DWI charge that his body manufactured its own alcohol and therefore he should not be convicted of drunken driving. Dude was convicted and everybody thinks about that when they deal with her and her brother, both of whom are lawyers.

As if the Demoncrats actually had the balls to assassinate their political enemies.

It’s not like he was hanging out at an Afghan elementary school or an Iraqi wedding party.

So this would make me want to vote for Obama…less?


Speaking of which, I’m in Eugene OR and the sun is out.

@Dodgerblue: Head south on Hilyard, then wayyyyyy down West Amazon, then right, then left, second driveway on right. Say hi to Mom & Dad for me.

ADD: Oh, and Klondike probably needs a walk.

@Dodgerblue: “The sky is all wrong.”
– purported final transmission of USN Flight 19 before disappearing into what is now known as the Bermuda Triangle in December 1945.

@nojo: Is Klondike presenting at the PIELC conference?

@Dodgerblue: I’m sure he could be enlisted to take a dump on selected presenters.

@redmanlaw: One of my favorite sentences.

Whatever happened to the Bermuda Triangle? And UFOs? And Republicans?

@nojo: There’s a Subway store in the Student Union. I’m so easy to please.

@Dodgerblue: Is that where we’re having dinner on Saturday?

@Dodgerblue: While you’re in the EMU, you’re obliged to poke your head in the Fishbowl, where the Animal House food-fight was filmed. Freshman Nojo caught a moment one morning while they were doing the “Don’t fuck with the eagles” line.

@Mistress Cynica: A friend’s uncle runs a Middle Eastern place here. How about that?

@nojo: My shuttle driver pointed out a couple of the houses used in the film. I felt culturally enriched.

@Dodgerblue: Now see, I’m sure that Deadheads Mr. SFL, Mr. Cynica, Mr. baked, and WalkingStill could point out all the Grateful Dead-related spots in the University of California at Eugene.

@Dodgerblue: Love Middle Eastern, have none in Mac. Perfect!

@SanFranLefty: Well, I’m seeing the Cynicas for dinmer on Sat and that may well come up.

@Mistress Cynica: Cafe Soriah, on 13th.

@Dodgerblue: E13

Popular local band back in the day. Short for East Thirteenth, pronounced “Ether Teen”.

ahh, you lured me from under the desk by mentioning me. i still Stinque dammit!
have turned my written attentions, temporarily, from the great leadership of the USA! to fight pancreatic cancer, scribbling instead on a page dedicated to raise awareness and natch, monies.
Lefty and Dodge, shiva is over, ready to rumble? our game must never end! just postponed….play ball!!!

@baked: Welcome back! Shiva is over, Scrabble is on! See if you can restart the game we were playing.

@Dodgerblue: Next, walk up three floors to the Daily Emerald office. Everything I know about journalism, I learned there. Except the part about quitting.

@Dodgerblue: And when you tire of the Animal House tour, you can visit Mac Court (Drive, He Said) and Hayward Field (Personal Best).

@Dodgerblue: Pro Tip: If you wander into Johnson Hall (the admin building) on 13th, try not to get into the eyeline of the Pioneer and Pioneer Mother statues, or you’ll be zapped into another dimension.

The UO Preznident’s office is on the main floor there. They really did walk a horse into it.

@Dodgerblue: Down 13th, if you pass the UO Bookstore (now Duck Store), across the street is Taylor’s Bar. Legend has it that Belushi met Curtis Salgado there. Curtis Salgado was a blues singer who wore a black suit, white shirt, skinny black tie, and a soul patch. The rest is history.

@nojo: We’re sponsoring a happy hour at Rennie’s Landing tonight. You ought to fly up for it.

@nojo: I need to buy duck-themed stuff for a friend. Where’s the best place, keeping in mind that I’m hoofing it.

@Dodgerblue: You got with the program pretty quick. I had some WELC colleagues take over a window table at Rennie’s for 11 hours at one PIELC. “Panels? We doan need to go to no stinkin’ panels.” (At least a three time presenter here.)

I notice that the panels are hurting for any groovy Indian stuff. I wonder if anyone there even knows about the new draft amendments to Indian land leasing regulations at 25 CFR Part 162 specifically for wind and solar energy projects.

@redmanlaw: This is why you need to come to Yosemite.

@Dodgerblue: If you see a gawky LL.M. poster suddenly turn up, it was a twenty-minute rush job.

And Duck stuff? Duck Store. Head down 13th; west end of campus.

@Dodgerblue: I would have had my first Legal Beer at Rennie’s, but I think it was still a photography studio in 1980.

@nojo: Tks. Heading to the Nojo School of Law now.

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