...are responsible for the mortgage-backed securities pyramid scheme. I think the question is: Who's?
Somebody in the US should come up with one for the last Bush.
I'd have thought that would be three thumbs in your case, Inca Roadie.
if you did not see this recently on British TV you should do. A film noir satire on the Crimes of Blair.You may not get all the political references if you are not a Brit, but you may enjoy the many cinematic ones. Margaret Thatcher as Gloria Swanson is fantastic.
Its up on Youtube here.
Rupert Murdoch's daughter is baptized in the Jordan so daddy has the place cleared of land mines? How did they do it? I assume they just had prisoners walk single file across to the river and drag the unlucky ones away?
I have an idea! Extraordinary rendition for Blair and Murdoch. Exile them to comfy men's clubs in Luxembourg and never let them leave.
Nicole Kidman is still hot. What a cutie. Hugh Jackman is in "Blue Steel." Robot boxing at its best. Two thumbs up.
Sycophant. Liar. War Criminal. Mass Murderer. Godfather to Rupert Murdoch's daughter. Now employed by Kazakhstan to improve their standing in the West where he stands make around £12 million.
If anyone in the Dead organisation is contacted by Blair, tell him NO. Make like the invisible man is at the door and tell him you can't see him.
Interestingly, Murdoch's daughter was baptised in the River Jordan. The ceremony was also attended by vacuous idiots Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackoff and some Trump creature and charmingly covered by Hello magazine.
Apparently, they had to clear the area of landmines. No wonder Jesus walked on water.
"Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative."
- Oscar Wilde.
If you felt a ultrasonic BOOM at the Greek, Mary, it would be no fault line but Phil's bass! caressing our innards in a way only he knew how. Well, that and Mickey's napalm beam!
You guys certainly luckier than those people in Turkey. I saw on the news this morning, they have found a young boy still alive.
I've experienced many a small earthquake in Japan and it's still one of the eeriest sensations; no warning, no certainty that it's just a passing ripple. just uncertainty until the minutes pass. all the while checking the news to see if it was the same for everyone and not a just milder pulse from part of a mutha destroying somewhere farther away.
Even more unnerving since March.
so navigating by concert venues is not that unreasonable...
Normally we're fairly blase about these things, but normally we get the gentle rolling kind. These were a bit more percussive. Also in, as I say, the back yard.
yikes, even those small quakes are scary.Of all the possible hazards in my travels it is quakes that worry me most. I am glad to hear that no harm was done. Also amused to find that you navigate by concert venues :-)