October 09, 2009

I'm Done!

Seriously, what's the point of even continuing on? Obama wins the Nobel for having nothing to do with peace and he's won a Heisman over a Digi's without even running a yard! To cap it all off, he's taken an award from The Crescat! He doesn't even have a blog and Crez practically just got out of the hospital! Has he no shame?!?

You KNOW it's a bad day when Al Gore is starting to look good.

Note: A Vincenzo and Cathy joint. His beauty, my brains, the WORLD!!! Bwah-ha-ha-ha!!!!


Blogger Terry Nelson said...

He's a highly decorated man isn't he... a chosen soul.

The African Bishops in Rome for the Synod are elated.

October 09, 2009 10:25 PM  
Blogger Ray from MN said...

When I was in the Army at the height of the Cold War, we used to facetiously joke where we would like to live in the event of a nuclear war.

The winner seemed to be Yellowknife, Northwest Territory. Well, in those 40+ years, Canada has gone to Gehenna in a handbasket, so they're out.

Of course, those of use with P.O.V.'s (privately owned vehicles) knew that, if the "balloon went up" (a signal that an attack is underway), there weren't enough deuce-and-a-halfs or six-by-sixes (trucks) to carry us all so our cars would be necessary in the case of a redeployment to our "combat" position in the rear reserve.

We spent some time at it, but we found a short cut to Switzerland that we could take in that eventuality.

Other than the Vatican City State, I can't think of many places these days that are desirable.

October 09, 2009 11:26 PM  
Blogger Tom in Vegas said...

This Nobel Peace Prize isn't worth a warm bucket of spit after this. But for me the more compelling outrage is the number of candidates to the 2009 NPP who made heroic contributions to world peace and were passed over!

October 10, 2009 2:53 AM  
Blogger Melody K said...

I'm not too surprised; for years the Nobel Peace Prize has been sooo not-serious.
The selection process needs some major changes to make it gain credibility again. The one I would suggest; make the awards posthumous. And only after enough years have passed to objectively assess the nominee's actual contribution to peace.
I hope Obama does make significant contributions to peace. But he hasn't done it yet; to award the prize on "potential" makes it meaningless.

October 11, 2009 2:47 PM  
Blogger nazareth priest said...

Yawn...deep sigh...yeah, okay, bring on Armageddon...I've got my rosary and hopefully am in the state of grace (as St. Joan of Arc said when questioned if she was in the state of grace, "If I am not, I pray God to put me there.).

October 12, 2009 10:51 PM  

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