Wednesday, November 09, 2005

The Dover Pogrom!

Oho! Eight of nine holy-rollers who are trying to push "intelligent design" into the Dover schools have been ousted, thusly. Thanks to Anju for the link. Women who dig evolution are sexy.

More on the election front: Jon Corzine cruised to victory in his gubernatorial race over Republican Doug Forrester. Doug, this is the second time you've lost handily to a Democrat in a New Jersey election. So far, the good voters of the state of New Jersey have said they want you as neither U.S. senator nor governor. Keep in mind that, in your Senate race, you lost to a candidate who was rushed into the race less than forty days before the election. Evidently the voters would have supported the Creature from the Black Lagoon if it had run against you on the Democratic ticket. Time to pack it in, methinks.

Today, whilst waiting in the jury room at the Philadelphia Criminal Justice Center, I started thinking. (At this point Dan always says, "Oh, God.") Shoes wear out. Coats wear out. Pants, shirts, socks, cars, rugs, towels, houses...everything at some point wears out and has to be replaced, except for one thing: Key rings. Not those fancy-schmancy key rings that open on a little hinge, but the standard round rings that require you to awkwardly jam a coin between their coils so you can struggle a key into their metallic grasp. Has anyone ever had one of those that had to be replaced because they wore out? How would they wear out? How would you break one? Where would you buy a replacement? How many questions will I ask about a topic that means very little to very few?


Anonymous Anju said...

Do you mean pogrom (with no a)?

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Emmett said...

I have never had a clumsy metal keyring fail.

11:53 PM  
Blogger TrackerNeil said...

Ugh...the thing about smart sexy women is that they can correct your spelling.

8:30 AM  

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