The lull before the lull.
So the Southern Baptists are boycotting the Nation of Disney because it offers health benefits to employees and their partners. There's time well-spent. Boycott Disney. You'd hate to spend time helping to rebuild burned-out Southern churches.
Sidebar: After thirty-one churches were burned, the Justice Department took notice. The gumshoes began to suspect that the fires were racially motivated and perhaps not set by self-hating African Americans as they had first suspected. After they established that Clarence Thomas Clarence Thomas (born June 23, 1948) is an American jurist and has been an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States since 1991. He is the second African American to serve on the nation's highest court, after Justice Thurgood Marshall. had an alibi.
There are going to be some mighty disappointed Southern Baptist Mouseketeers this summer. Too bad Tammy and Jim's Themepark and Holy Water fun village shut down a while back.
And now Southern Baptists can't go to Ontari-ari-ari-o, either, since Canada also approved partner benefits. Who knew that the side effect of all these same-sex benefits would be a viable containment policy against the spread of Southern Baptist fundamentalism?
I don't do "I Don't Do" was the debut single by glamour model Michelle Marsh, released on 6 November 2006. The single reached 27 in the UK in its first week, selling only 9,000 copies and over 16,000 copies as of January 2007. The single spend a total of four weeks in the Top 75. well during those crazy, lazy, hazy days of summer. I mostly want to lie down naked on cool tiles in front of a big fan and sip a tall, sweating Julep julep (jlĭp) or mint julep, alcoholic beverage of the S United States. . Lately, though, I've been thinking I can't blame my lethargy entirely on the weather. No, I think it's a combination of blockbuster-movie overload, summer politics, and a personal unwillingness to use a guru or Ouija board Ouija board
Device for obtaining messages from the spirit world, sometimes used by a medium during a séance. The name derives from the French and German words for “yes” (oui/ja). to contact famous dead people.
The blockbuster-movie phenom seems more deadening this summer than ever. The beachhead beach·head
1. A position on an enemy shoreline captured by troops in advance of an invading force.
2. A first achievement that opens the way for further developments; a foothold: of each weekend is attacked by wave after wave of tedious assaults--Mission Impossible, The Rock (Mission Impossible with a story line), The Cable Guy, Eraser, Independence Day (a movie about aliens taking over the White House, a GOP theme).
There are variations: The Hunchback hunchback, abnormal outward curvature of the spine in the thoracic region. It is also known as kyphosis and humpback, and in its severe form a noticeable hump is evident on the back. of Notre Dame--try to picture Charles Lawton as huggable. Striptease--Demi Moore running the gamut of emotions from A to double D.
But each weekend's movie is cartoonish with special effects special effects, in motion pictures, cinematographic techniques that create illusions in the audience's minds as well as the illusions created using these techniques. and product tie-ins, from big-gulp cups to happy-meal action figures. Collect them all!
Body counts, not reviews, are how success is measured. It's not how good the movie was, but how much it grossed.
The zero summertime game in politics is like the lull before the lull. The GOP is offering more lackluster than blockbuster with Welcome to the Dole House. See Citizen Bob in the funny hat, ditching his teleprompter, hawking his book, harrumphing that smoking is not addictive and secondhand smoke sec·ond·hand smoke
Cigarette, cigar, or pipe smoke that is inhaled unintentionally by nonsmokers and may be injurious to their health if inhaled regularly over a long period. Also called passive smoke. isn't as bad as one-and-a-half glasses of milk per day. He's getting eighty-five cents of every tobacco-lobby dollar--that can be addictive.
It's not just the Bob Doledrums. With calls for teen curfews, police-state verite vé·ri·té
Cinéma vérité. , Clinton is blithely paving the way for fascism in the year 2000, or perhaps 1900 again if someone doesn't fix that millennial computer glitch A temporary or random hardware malfunction. It is possible that a bug in a program may cause the hardware to appear as if it had a glitch in it and vice versa. At times it can be extremely difficult to determine whether a problem lies within the hardware or the software. See glitch attack. pretty soon. But nothing seems to stick to his Teflon skin. It all deflects to his wife, a walking hunk of Velcro. That blaze on the roof of the Federal Building? Happened when the bonfire Al D'Amato was stoking for Hillary got out of hand.
The flare-up from Bob Woodward's choice revelations that Hillary conversed with famous dead leaders was fast and furious. You would have thought Hillary had been chatting up Eva Braun.
Larry King has been talking with dead people for years and nobody gets upset with him.
Where I come from, talking with famous dead people is known as praying. I pray for the crisp clarity of fall and the swift return of knee socks.