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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

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"Uh, uh, uh." See the video below the fold.

Hat tip to Weasel Zippers:

Harvard grad, huh?


  1. Lol, nice to have a President with a personality and wit! Romney would have cringed and Bush would have ignored.

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  3. The hubris of the man. Mind you he might be right, in that liberals don't know to be hydrated when standing around for long periods of time. We probably need some sort of government program to tell them this.

  4. I can't figure out whats worse; the hubris of a man who says people faint all the time at his rallies/speeches, or that he can't get out a simple sentence without a dozen "uh's"

  5. It's gotten to the point where I can't stand to look at BO anymore.

    Yet, I was out with a liberal lady friend Wednesday evening, and she assures me she just LOVES him and is "very proud" to have him as our president. She thinks he has "greatly elevated our standing in the international community."

    I'm so glad we can visit AOW and other blogs to vent our true feelings, because sharing them in what-is-still-known-as polite society would ensure ostracism no doubt.

    It may be sad, but it's also true that hypocrisy is a vital ingredient in maintaining social order.

    ~ FreeThinke

  6. FreeThinke,
    Good morning.

    I'm running short on time to blog this morning. Errands to run! Getting Mr. AOW's prescriptions in order under Medicare is another Herculean task!

    But I AM going to do something for myself today. My favorite shoes -- SAS practical ones -- are one sale. A mere $10 off, but saving a bit here and there helps.


    I can't stand to watch BHO either. Blah, blah, blah. Or uh, uh, uh.

    Around here in the D.C. area, we have liberals who think Obama has done "such a great job." Mind boggling -- and I've discovered that there is zero point in telling them anything to the contrary. In other words, just like that troll you've see around here and at Silverfiddle's site: Liberalmann.

    I'm so glad we can visit AOW and other blogs to vent our true feelings, because sharing them in what-is-still-known-as polite society would ensure ostracism no doubt.

    Venting helps -- but only to a point.

    BTW, I'm going to get the DVD The Belle of Amherst to see if it's suitable for my middle school students. We have an Emily Dickinson unit coming up shortly. When I say "unit," I mean a few selections; I'd like to expound upon the author a bit. Who knows? Maybe I can get a few of the students to become interested in reading more Dickinson.

  7. Hi, AOW. Glad to learn you are giving yourself a treat. I used to enjoy shopping along Wisconsin Ave. in Chevy Chase and Bethesda. Don't know where you live in the DC area, but when I lived in the Middle Atlantic region not far from DC I had friends in Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Kensington, MD and in Falls Church and Springfield, VA.

    As corrupt as Washington, DC is, it's still a beautiful area, and I've always enjoyed visiting there.

    The Belle of Amherst may be a bit lengthy for students. You'll have to judge that for yourself, of course. As I recall it takes at least an hour and a half. It would make a nice presentation for a class. WildStar would probably appreciate it, I'm sure.

    Let me know how it all plays out.

    I hope you enjoy your day.

    ~ FreeThinke

  8. FT,
    You've lived in this area? I had no idea!

    I live in Northern Virginia and rarely shop on Wisconsin Avenue -- although I have certainly done so in my youth.

    Actually, I'm not much of a shopper.

    Still, it was good to get out for a while today. The store had "my shoes" in stock; then I stopped by Home Depot (light bulbs) and the public library. I wasn't out for long, but I certainly didn't rush home. I drove around a bit to see how far along the cherry blossoms are; we have several cherry trees in Northern Virginia. Not as beautiful as the Tidal Basin, which is a wonderful setting at blossom time.

    I'll preview The Belle of Amherst, then make a decision about the film's suitability for this particular class. Wildstar isn't in that particular class, but I can always lend her the DVD.

  9. I never actually lived in the DC area, AOW; I lived about 130 miles away, but had friends and family in the towns I mentioned - still do in Springfield, Falls Church and Kensington, and Annapolis, MD as a matter of fact.

    I haven't been able to get to that area in years, however. I miss it. Really love Washington -- just hate the government. ;-(

    Glad you got out. It is refreshing, I know.

    ~ FT


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