A Week of Tweets

Posted By on April 15, 2013 at 10:00 am

  • RIP Margaret Thatcher. I would gladly have a woman like her as President, instead of some shrill harpy like Hillary Clinton. #tcot ->
  • RT @mitrebox: Melissa Harris-Perry has more forehead than she has name. ->
  • Seeing crowds celebrating the death of Margaret Thatcher pushes me just a little closer to understanding the urge to snipe from a tower. ->
  • RT @SarahPalinUSA: Dear MSNBC, if our kids belong to you, do your kids belong to us too? If so, can we take them hunting after church in … ->
  • Debating whether to shut off the lights, the PC, the phone… everything… and indulge in an evening of wild uninhibited Netflix viewing. ->
  • RT @adamsbaldwin: Shorter @MHarrisPerry: “I want children to grow up to agree or disagree with me… but disagreeing with me is hateful.” … ->
  • RT @adamsbaldwin: Shorter @MHarrisPerry: “We have a collective responsibility to the children of our communities… but not innocent unbor … ->
  • New blog post – Thus Spake Russ: Birthday Boy Packet – http://t.co/DcAdkqoxP8 ->
  • Typical Obama. During a Medal of Honor ceremony he has to try to bring himself into the story. What a narcissistic jackass. ->
  • RT @CatsPolitics: #ProTip: When meeting a dog or cat you've never met before, reaching over their head to pet them is a quick way to get … ->
  • Google "Kermit Gosnell" and then ponder whether "pro-choice" extremism is or is not a cult of Death worship. ->
  • RIP, Jonathan Winters. You were a good man. ->
  • I met Jonathan Winters once – he lived in my hometown. I was home on leave from the Army, and stopped at the local gas station … ->
  • … the gas station owner, who I'd known since I was a kid, said "hey, there's someone I'd like you to meet." So I got out of the car … ->
  • … and there was Jonathan Winters. You could have knocked me over with a feather. He immediately cracked a joke about my height … ->
  • … and then he noticed my haircut, which at the time was kind of high & tight. "Marine?" he asked me. I admitted to being in the Army … ->
  • … He replied, "well, no one's perfect." He, of course, had been a Marine. We chatted for a while about current events … ->
  • … This was in 1990, only a month or so after I got back from Korea, and during the build-up prior to Gulf War 1… ->
  • … He thanked me for my service, and I returned the compliment. For 10-15 minutes, we (and a couple other, older guys) shot the breeze … ->
  • … He wasn't "performing," but he was a funny funny man – there was a lot of laughing. I was sad that I had someplace I had to be … ->
  • … so I unfortunately had to beg off and leave. Jonathan Winters Saluted, I saluted back, and left … ->
  • I'll never, ever forget Jonathan Winters, and how genuinely nice, funny, and decent he was to me, a complete stranger. ->
  • Colleague: "Do you get the Executive Briefs?" Me: "No, I prefer boxers." ->


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