Good try Paul, but you lost to anger and resentment. Maybe there is a lesson here.
[note: I found this image in the Gazette a while ago, I guess i’ve been saving it for a special occasion]
That’s an awesome picture. The shading and colour are giving me the impression that there’s actual depth behind it. Neat.
January 25th, 2006 at 12:39 am
my mother doesn’t agree with abortion or gay marriage. she also voted green party.
i don’t get it but i’m not complaining.
January 25th, 2006 at 9:52 pm
The picture’s excellent, as is the New Era. I begin my day with a tall glass of Wild Turkey and bawdy humour. I follow this with a cigar while sexually harrassing vaguely attractive members of my staff (don’t worry, women like it, even if they don’t admit it).
If things get thoroughly Reformed, I might stop hating the Habs.
PS. … I actually wanted the Cons to win, and think Harper will be an excellent PM in an anti-Trudeau style… neue LÃ¶sungen fÃ¼r neues, eine neue, dumme Ã„ra…
Or as Hewey Lewis put it best: “It’s hip to be square”
January 28th, 2006 at 7:44 pm
I’m with Tom regarding the Wild Turkey policy. No ass-slappin’ mind you, that’s for cads.
Drop me an email sometime Jer, love to get out for a drink.
January 29th, 2006 at 3:24 am
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