Friday, September 26, 2008


It was bound to happen.

I'm sitting in my car.

At the drive thru. I hate Friday night dinners.

A 50+ man knocks on my passenger window.

Dr. Mad Scientist cracks the window.

The man asks if we have any McCain/Palin bumper stickers too.

Oh god, here we go.

Because he "really loves" my kickin' ass window sticker.



Dr. Mad Scientist and I set the old man straight--I sported that sticker WAY before McCane picked Palin.

I drive off as old man is muttering the requisite shit about how hot she is and something about how cool it is to do something in the wilderness.

I really don't want to know what something old man was thinking about.

Although I can't say I haven't had my share of fun doing "something in the wilderness" with Dr. Mad Scientist back when I was just a Buddie (not a Bezzie) and he was Student Mad Scientist. ;-)

Maybe I should get an Oboner sticker to stick on the other side of my window?

I really should be watching the presidential debates when they come on tonite, but I'll be honest, I think I'm just going to curl up on the couch with Chunky and watch a pair who might just be able to run this country just as good as McCane or Oboner could.


I'll read the transcripts tomorrow.

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Anonymous Michelle said...

Patrick Starfish for President!

7:47 PM  
Blogger T. Budnik said...

For the love of the heavenly being, can dirty old men stop being dirty?

You make me thankful that my Alaska Girls Kick Ass bumper sticker ripped and has yet to be replaced. Seems to me it's not that cool anymore with Palin as VP candidate. I hope McCain/Palin don't win so that the bumper sticker can be cool again and not a magnet for DOMs.


7:48 PM  
Anonymous NikBudnik said...

hahah! I was laughing my ass of at this!!! Good stuff, good stuff. I love the Alaska bashing/praise by the me lots of good fodder to razz your brother, haha!

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh! I would LOVE to repeat what T just said. DOM are going to be the ones that throw this election. We women have to take a stand for our selves and vote for the one pair that will not sell us back to the mid-ages!!!
Love, Mom

8:15 PM  
Blogger Christina said...

I didn't watch either.

9:38 PM  
Blogger knottygnome said...

eh, you didn't miss much.

it was kind of boring. lots of fact-spewing, good actually in terms of less bullhockey rhetoric as usual, but not many zingers.

mccain did manage to throw in a bunch of condescending tones though.

i just wanna see the day that the presidential debates are broadcast as an ultimate fighting match.

10:14 PM  
Blogger weezalana said...

LOL! I'd love to see that in the paper (well, on the websites of the newspaper anyway) - a pic of Spongebob shaking hands with say, the leader of France...

As for me, I think I'm going to curl up with my TiVo!

10:30 PM  
Blogger Kay aka dkswife said...

I taped it, so I can watch it today. I'm not voting for either party now. I'm done with the same old choices. :/

And T, dirty old men will always be dirty old men. I work with lots of salesmen who started their lives as dirty young men and have now made the transition to dirty old men.

6:46 AM  
Blogger The Curly Knitter said...

Funny, yet a little scary at the same time...

8:53 AM  
Blogger Jo said...

I'm curious if anyone has marketed the bumper sticker for the Palin purpose.

I watched Disc 4 of "Freaks and Geeks" last night because I don't get to vote.

But then I watched "Real Time With Bill maher" to get a recap.

9:01 AM  
Blogger Linnea said...

Here's the deal, as I see it: Being a mother does not qualify you for being president. Being from Alaska does not qualify you for being president. Being a knitter does not qualify you. Heck, being in the military does not qualify you. I need to watch the debate. But then again, I don't. Being from Alaska and voting for X is like being from Texas and voting for Y. The world is to big. I will not be patronized or minimalized based on one of 50 states.

9:08 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

Ha, ha, that was too funny! There sure are some perverts out there!

I love SpongeBob! I think it's such a clever cartoon, although the newer ones have really gone downhill. I don't know if they have new writers or what, but the new ones aren't very funny any more (you see how many "adult" TV shows I get to watch if I'm sitting here analyzing SpongeBob!).

12:37 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

and I didn't watch either...

6:33 PM  
Blogger Carol said...

how about another sticker that says "no this is not a political sticker---->"

3:51 PM  
Blogger Magatha said...

Debates are crappola and mean nothing. Who is it going to be swayed exactly by hearing one more time how one has been in the senate doing stuff forever and the other can analyze his way out of a wet paper bag, but hasn't actually done anything substantial. It is all a waste of time.

Alaska girls are cute and supposedly can 'kick ass', but but but, can they see a world beyond the teachings of Assembly of God church? Gee, golly, I sure hope so.

5:27 PM  
Blogger Kashmir Knitter said...

Dude, you need a Bezzie Kicks Ass bumper sticker.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Alisha said...

LOL at the picture of Sponge Bob and Patrick.....good heavens!!

5:03 PM  

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