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6.07.2006

Can You See Bucky In The Backyard?

Neither can we. And that's how he likes it.

By the way, Ann Coulter is not a nice woman.

*edit: Katie asks whether Ann Coulter bit Bucky. Scary thought, but no. No, Ann has come out against the 9/11 widows, referring to them as "broads" whose husbands, she believes, probably were about to divorce them. I did not make this up.
painting by Henri Rousseau

10 Comments:

Blogger katiedid said...

I'm intrigued to know the story behind this post... did Ann Coulter bite Bucky? You better check and make sure he's up to date on his rabies shot, if so.

6:42 PM

 
Blogger puppytoes said...

don't even get me started on ann coulter. she is an evil evil woman. evil, and oh-so-bitter. with a twisted and obscene sense of "right" and "wrong". politics aside, she does a disservice to women everywhere.

(i think i see bucky... but, maybe not.) xoxox

7:37 PM

 
Blogger Kyahgirl said...

she's a woman?

7:53 PM

 
Blogger katiedid said...

What about all the widowers? What's she got to say on the husbands left behind? And the children? Are they just children that those mothers and fathers were going to drop off at an orphanage anyhow, too. My god, she is stunningly soulless. Even a pre-Whoville Christmas Grinch would take one look at her and think SHE'S too evil.

Thanks M. I wondered what was up with that!

9:26 PM

 
Blogger actonbell said...

I JUST read about that! Well, we already knew that she was mean, but this is pure evil.

Bucky's got a beautiful hideaway!

3:41 AM

 
Blogger Bela said...

I'd never heard of that woman. Now I do, thanks to Wikipedia. Not very nice.

5:01 AM

 
Blogger Doug said...

That is the backyard I would imagine for you. Is there a monkey in it?

Other than laughing at Kyahgirl's comment, I have nothing to say about the most despicable hermaphrodite ever hatched.

7:31 AM

 
Blogger BoBo Banjoey said...

How exotic! I think I see Bucky but then again maybe not. As for Ann - certifiable.

Joel
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8:11 AM

 
Blogger puppytoes said...

if there was ever a doubt about the mental state of ann coulter... this will take care of it. (my son showed me this article, and all i can say is "oh my god.")

enjoy! : D

3:10 PM

 
Blogger katiedid said...

Oooh, can I share a nice Bertrand quote appropriate for the topic of Ms. Coulter? Because I think he'd have a lot to laugh at in regards to her if he were around:

"The opinions that are held with passion are always those for which no good ground exists; indeed, the passion is the measure of the holder's lack of rational conviction." Heh. Gotta love that Bertrand. (It's from one of his "Skepticism" essays, btw.)

9:14 PM

 

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