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A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 7:55 pm
by vic-k

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 8:19 pm
by Thequietone
Its not real wine unless its got a screw top.

Paul
I do not drink, I inhale.

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 8:28 pm
by signinstranger

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 9:12 pm
by vic-k
Thequietone wrote:I do not drink, I inhale.

Palin through a rolled up £20 note! :?
You`re a bit of a radical and a trend setter, aren`t y`? :twisted:

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 10:12 pm
by alexwein
I pity the poor wine makers of Palin wine. But it's another good reason for drinking tea instead of alcoholic beverages. There is no tea called Palin, so no need to stop drinking something I love if I were so motivated. Can't imagine one named McCain, either. So I'll stick to tea and avoid the whole silly mess!

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 10:58 pm
by AmberV
No tempest here!

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 2:36 am
by Jacqi Corgan
What a mess! Boycotting "Palin" wine contributes about as much to the debate as calling French fries "freedom fries!" :x

God, am I tempted to pack up the husband and the cats and move someplace where people have brains! Any suggestions?

(Ohio's definitely out of the question! http://www.cleveland.com/plaindealer/st ... xml&coll=2)

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 2:50 am
by Jaysen
Jacqi Corgan wrote:What a mess! Boycotting "Palin" wine contributes about as much to the debate as calling French fries "freedom fries!" :x

God, am I tempted to pack up the husband and the cats and move someplace where people have brains! Any suggestions?

(Ohio's definitely out of the question! http://www.cleveland.com/plaindealer/st ... xml&coll=2)

Like NY is any better. I hear Cuba may be better than the US as long as you avoid that little prison colony...

BTW Has any one else noticed that Mr. K has an unhealthy obsession with US politics?

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 4:14 am
by dafu
BTW Has any one else noticed that Mr. K has an unhealthy obsession with US politics?


He's just another working stiff passing a fine day off sitting in Tier II, Section IV (a nice section it is, too) at the Coliseum.


Dave

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 8:58 am
by vic-k
Non non, Mes Amis,
l'imbécile is kinky about pit bulls wearing lipstick!

Le`D :twisted:

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:29 pm
by PJS
BTW Has any one else noticed that Mr. K has an unhealthy obsession with US politics?


I'd call it rather "fascination," and nothing unhealthy about it.

The problem is that so few in the US have any kind of obsession, fascination, or concern with politics at all. With politicians, yes, they are obsessed.

But politics? That requires thought, participation, enterprise.

Difficult. Time-consuming.

Much easier and more fun -- and if you'll look at recent headlines, vastly more expensive -- to attend to the matter as if it were all just another soap opera, which one can turn off and forget about at bedtime.


GOC (as certified by M. le D.)

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:41 pm
by Hugh

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 2:35 pm
by Vermonter17032
Does this mean I can't watch Monty Python reruns (with Michael Palin) or "A Fish Called Wanda" ever again?

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 3:05 pm
by vic-k
Vermonter17032 wrote:Does this mean I can't watch Monty Python reruns (with Michael Palin) or "A Fish Called Wanda" ever again?


Fear not! My young Loxley, for if you can`t get them over there, we, your Brit cousins, will get `em for y.

Re: A glass of Palin, anybody?

Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 5:18 pm
by Wock
No one can dethrone Mad Dog 20/20