Unoriginal Thoughts


Seeing as how I’m particularly pooped today and am feeling too lazy to write my own stuff, here are some of the better quotes I’ve run across today…

You know, there comes a day when you quit your job. And then there comes the day you actually leave. – Birdy, in a comment on Steakbellie’s blog

Here’s a double I found on Stalin the Shark

Mr. Raskin, my Bible says marriage is only between a man and a woman. What do you have to say about that? – Senator Nancy Jacobs

Senator, when you took your oath of office, you placed your hand on the Bible and swore to uphold the Constitution. You didn’t place your hand on the Constitution and swear to uphold the Bible. – Law professor Jamie Raskin, to Senator Jacobs.

From an Iowa blogger…

Spent the day at the statehouse on Monday, listening to a debate of great importance to the future of Iowa. In the end, the senate decide to stop worrying about the wrath of well-financed special interest groups and do the right thing: The senate passed a resolution making that Channel Catfish the state’’s official fish. – Mr. Bacon on Who’s Makin’ Bacon

Regarding freedom…

The one thing that the American people and the Pakistani people do both share in common, unfortunately, is the current demand that we sacrifice our liberties in the name of fighting terrorism. – Historian on the Woodbury County Democrat

“Resolved that the United States Senate does hereby censure George W. Bush, president of the United States, and does condemn his unlawful authorization of wiretaps of Americans within the United States without obtaining the court orders required.” – part of a resolution put in front of congress by Senator Russell Feingold source

In response to Isaac Hayes quitting “South Park,” an animated series…

“This has nothing to do with intolerance and bigotry and everything to do with the fact that Isaac Hayes is a Scientologist and that we recently featured Scientology in an episode of ‘‘South Park,’’ In 10 years and over 150 episodes, Isaac never had a problem with the show making fun of Christians, Muslims, Mormons and Jews. He got a sudden case of religious sensitivity when it was his religion featured on the show,” – ” South Park co-creator Matt Stone source


Herdin’ Cats

Odd Japanese Things

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