Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Cuzzin Ricky writes:

Since I left the Northwest, Ralph has been wandering around listlessly, in search of a new Drinking Buddy

Eureka !!!!

Frankly, I'm a little jealous; that I could be so easily replaced.

Turns out his new drinking buddy is Chaz (nee Chastity) Bono.  Evidently he had his whole experience of going from innie to outy, and will show it as a documentary.  If, like me, you can't wait to see people's genitalia snipped, snapped, and remodeled, I've included Mrs. Garrison's reverse  procedure.  Just play it backwards.  You're welcome.

Chaz Bono
Mrs. Garrison

Twin Delights


Roger , I could not resist with some of the Father / Daughter / Boyfriend jokes ! This is a  photo I took when the dates came to pick up my little girls for the homecoming dance ! Walking the walk here Boss : )

Sid T.

Sid's Daughters
Mad props to you and Mrs Sid for your performance Sid! 
Romanian WTF

After watching several times, this is what I deduce.  Two girls have an automobile accident, and are either insured, or not insured?  No matter;   one threatens the other with decapitation if she won't make love to her and she calls the police who arrest her.   They are virgins. Not the cop though.  Does that sound about right? 


HU's on First?

Hu's on First Now?
Millions of won-wons will be lost if we nuke Three Gorges

Most will remember the controversy during Vietnam about bombing North Vietnam's dike system.  Would have caused a complete collapse of the North's ability to grow rice, and lead to starvation and capitulation.  Needless to say, we did not.  Worse, we announced that we would not. Fast forward.

I watched the most fascinating  (2 hour long, I think) documentary on Planet Green last night, about building the Three Gorges Dam.   Yes, I know, this Discovery Channel  offshoot is devoted to selling every crackpot enviro-wacko plan on earth.  It's what Al Gore was prolly thinking when he started Current (which I hear is now showing Three's A Company reruns 24-7).  But I digress. 

The first thing that struck me was what China was willing to do  in order to treble its industrial output with a super navigable Yangtze River.  1) Bury under water forever 5000 years of Chinese culture and artifacts; 2) Displace millions of their poorest  people who absolutely did not want to leave.  Our government won't even let us drill for oil.  But, this is the fun part, and what I wanted to tell you.

The narrator noted that if the mile-long dam should collapse, it would kill millions, and send the Chinese economy back to the stone age (where it was before Clinton became president).  Ahem.  Hu ought be bowing to whom?