George Fucking Lucas…

…thinks that we’re fucking idiots.

I mean, if it that fucking easy, and the clones are so simple-fucking minded, then how the fuck did this shit happen?

I mean, whole fucking battalions of clones are going to march into the Jedi Temple and start killing them?  The guy who was just handing Obi-Wan his lightsaber is now trying to kill him?  Godamnit, George.  How fucking stupid do you think we are?  Thanks for fucking up yet another holdover from my childhood.

Oh, and I don’t care how much fucking money you have.  You can suck my fucking dick.

202 Comments

  1. Mr. Brady was gay.

    Mrs. Brady wanted to get it on with her oldest son.

    Captain Kirk was lucky not to get a case of the space clap, but then you kill him twice in the same movie right before my eyes.

    Anything else from my childhood that someone would like to mess up for me?

  2. Hey, BiW,

    What’s wrong with your FAAAAAAACE?

  3. Anything else from my childhood that someone would like to mess up for me?

    I’m sure that you could arrange to pay some quack shrink thousands of dollars to get you to “remember” various family members touching your butthole in the course of Satanic rituals they held on Christmas morning.

  4. “I’m sure that you could arrange to pay some quack shrink thousands of dollars to get you to “remember” various family members touching your butthole in the course of Satanic rituals they held on Christmas morning.”

    hahahahahahahaha…….Good night.

  5. Don’t leave me here with this maniac, mare! If teevee and movies have taught me anything, there’s no telling what horrible things his bizarre background of ritual abuse will prompt him to do to me!

  6. BiW, remember when you were little and there was no such thing as a cursing, Amish comedian? Me, too.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eV5NkDCWLH8&feature=related

  7. Hi Patty Ann

    *licks

    http://tinyurl.com/28oypfd

  8. Whoops!

    I meant to say

    *licks stamp and puts on envelope*

  9. Ok, we can talk Lost now.

    Wakey wakey.

  10. So, were you disappointed with the series finale Car in? I have mixed feelings; on one hand the finale was entertaining, on the other too many loose ends.

  11. Pupster, you’re killing me over here! hahaha. Poor PattyAnn *blows her a kiss*

  12. Ohai Brewfan

    *kills

  13. Whoops! I meant

    *kills last of premium vodka for a tall bloody mary*

    http://tinyurl.com/yjxjtok

  14. This is a couple days old but pretty amazing if you have missed it.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2010/05/29/maher_obama_not_acting_like_a_real_black_president.html

  15. Bill Maher is a racist. Will anyone tell him that?

  16. *Shoots BiW with a tranquilizer dart.*

    Okay everyone, it’s fine to come back in the room now.

  17. Compare

    http://tinyurl.com/377bgzq

    and contrast

    http://tinyurl.com/2vdx9na

  18. Actually I kinda need BiW at the moment.
    Drag him back, I need some ammo for this afternoon.
    Both Greek (yeah, looks that way to me too).
    “stauros” (σταυρός)
    xylon (ξύλον)

    I’ve been reading since just before dawn.
    Looking for Aramaic rather than Greek translations.

    Feels like I’m preping for battle or WWE Smack-down.
    Near as I can tell stauros could be an accurate word for each piece of the cross in and of itself.

    I’m also going to talk about what Thomas said. The word nails.
    Which would not be the case if a single nail was used through the wrists on a “torture stake”.

    I live in my own little world. But that’s OK, they know me here.

  19. iRobot: The link below is to my church’s website. You may find the 3/21, 3/28 and 4/4 sermons to be particularly helpful to your research. Our pastor is one of the best I’ve ever experienced when it comes to historical interpretation and accuracy. Hope this helps.

    http://www.cor.org/worship-sermons/sermonarchives/

  20. Thank you ClintBird.
    Like rats on a cheat-o, off I go.

  21. Dood! I’m 8:42 into the 3/21 talk and this guy is goo-ooo-oood.
    Not a screamer either.

  22. I am so frakking proud of me. I baked cookies!

    I’ve never baked cookies from scratch before. *beams*

  23. He is indeed.

  24. Indy 500.

    Too bad it sucks now.

  25. Waytogo on teh cookies Ember!

    (Do yourself a favor and act like it was really, really difficult…it makes the cookies taste better.)

  26. MESA!

    How do I roast corn on the cob on the grill?

    There seems to be a difference of opinion about silk removal on the internets.

  27. Leave the silk on and just throw the things on the grill.

  28. Fanks Andy. Do you soak the ears in water prior to grilling? How long?

  29. More detailed answer … I’ve seen it done both ways and used to go through the “recommended” prep process of soaking, peeling the husk back and stripping the silk first, etc.

    IMO, it doesn’t make a damn bit of difference. The only thing I do now is soak if the corn is anything other than fresh off the stalk and peel off some of the outer layers of husk. The peeling part is only so there will be some grill marks on the corn so it “looks” grilled.

    And don’t sweat it. This is the most impossible thing to mess up in the world. When the husk looks dried out and about to go up in flames, the cob inside will be fine.

    Exhibit A … these were deee-licious: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=30775523&l=718c4e2123&id=1011144896

  30. It was really really difficult, Pupster. I added everything in the wrong order, and we didn’t have an electric whisk, and I was all freaked out, and Mr. Ember laughed at me. But they taste super awesome, so it’s totally worth it!

    Okay. Now I’m taking the little one to the park. Be back later, hosefuckers!

  31. I soak ‘em for no less than 15 minutes and no more than 30. Plain water or add a little salt.

  32. BOOYA!

    Thanks again Andy.

    Roasted corn, baked potatoes, a nice green salad, steak, marinated chicken, with watermellon for desert. Later there will be s’mores.

    I’m about to kick off the festivities with the ceremonial lighting of the grill, but first…a cocktail.

    I’ve given up beer and cigarettes, and whiskey seems to cause Mrs. Pupster to develop teh stink-eye, so from here on out it’s flavored Vodka FTW.

  33. Sounds good pups. We’re headed to the store shortly to get supplies. Basically a do-over of that picture: burgers, hot dogs (no offense), brats, and maybe some chicken breast. Watermelon, too.

  34. We haven’t even had breakfast yet here.

  35. Oh, plus the corn, obviously.

    One thing I might try this time is melting a stick of butter in a container of water deep enough to dunk the whole ear in. The idea is that the melted butter forms a layer on top of the water and coats the entire ear in one pass.

    Never tried it before, but I hear it works well.

  36. Morning! I’m outside on the deck overlooking the town of Payson and surrounding hills and mountains enjoying my coffee. Later today, it’s a walk thru an art festival. We’ll probably also hit a rock shop–my boys love rocks and its’ a “must do” everytime we come up.

    Ahhh, cool breezes with soothing windchimes from a few streets over. Stress is melting away!

  37. That butter n corn soak sounds good.

    FYI: Mom sitting next to me cautions that the husk may burn more quickly.

  38. Hi Cyn! *waves*

    Long time no type!

  39. *flashes double-handed pitchfork*

    BREW!!

  40. I wish I would have remembered to bring my cord to upload and share my pics from Payson with you guys. Maybe I upload when I get back to dirty old Phoenix town.

  41. I like the idea of the double-handed pitchfork. It removes some of the ambiguity IYKWIMAITYD

  42. Rock shop?

    My sister is a geologist by training. Nothing like packing her for a move, and boxing up a few hundred pounds of rock samples.

    Seriously, she probably paid a couple hundred extra to move rocks.

  43. I would love to see those pictures. That is God’s country you’re in. Mrs. BrewFan and I are going to invade Phoenix sometime next March so get lots of rain so we can see the wildflowers.

  44. I like the idea of the double-handed pitchfork. It removes some of the ambiguity IYKWIMAITYD

    HAHAHA!

    *giggles even harder after having to explain to my Mom the dif between the “shocker” and the “pitchfork”*

  45. FYI: Mom sitting next to me cautions that the husk may burn more quickly.

    Allow me to clarify:

    1) Grill
    2) Dunk
    3) Eat

  46. Xbrad, my boys just love perusing the rock shops to look at all the different ones. I will generally give them $5 each and they go thru and choose the very best ones. Not only do they learn not to get silly with their purchases, but they use math to approximate their totals so they don’t go over their allotment. Mom sneaking in math–bwhahahaha!

  47. Andy–Mom wants to know if dunking occurs with husks on or off, before she gives her blessing! HAHA!

  48. Thankfully, I’ve never had to explain what the shocker is to my mom. BTW, it is supposed to get close to 90 degrees here today so I’m going to watch the Brewers on TV and take a nap.

  49. Brew, it is beautiful here. I’ll make sure we get lots of rain next year for the flower show :-)

  50. Off. Waste sweet, delicious butter on the husk?

    * shudder *

  51. Mom has now given you the “ah-ha” and the nod on the butter dipping Andy!

    We’ve always had those liitle trays that are shaped specifically for the ears of corn. As you eat the corn and put it back in the tray, you can re-roll it in yummy salty buttah.

    Okay. Now I want corn tonight with our dinner. We’re deciding now between chicken fajitas, burgers or pork chops on the grill. We’ve got chicken on the menu for Monday.

  52. Cyn, I can’t recalll buying rocks in a shop, but I do remember walking the beaches in Washington and picking up rocks there. I did it some, but the folks were almost obsessive about itl

    My mom and dad would scour the beach trying to find the best agates. They’d walk the beach two or three times a week. They had hundreds of pounds of agates.

  53. Yay!! for Cyn. Glad you’re in a beautiful place enjoying the day.

  54. Cyn … beef, it’s what’s for dinner.

  55. Sup binnitches?

    Dave rocked the house this morning.

    Both my girls are coming for a visit, staying through tomorrow.

    My life is gooooood.

  56. “Dave rocked the house this morning.”

    And hopefully, Dave sprayed with Lysol and closed the door when he was finished.

  57. …sprayed with Lysol…

    HAHAHAHAHA!!

    Your baby girls coming home…that sounds awesome Dave!

  58. Dave cracks me up.

    He does so love playing Daddy.

    Plus, that’s two more sets of hands to pull him out when he falls in the pool.

  59. Is Rosetta here? He would really appreciate this (he likes P.J. O:

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/articles/not-dead-yet

  60. Pup — what Andy said.

  61. Jim Nabors is not dead.

  62. Holy fuck. It is way too hot to be at the park for an extended period of time. I don’t understand how small children seem to have absolutely no concept of temperature.

  63. beef, it’s what’s for dinner.

    CB, how did you know my husband was up here??!

  64. Behave, Cyn!

  65. It’s pretty danged hot here lately… mid 90s. I think we skipped spring.

    >> Your baby girls coming home…that sounds awesome Dave!

    Yep. It is.

    >> He does so love playing Daddy.

    But not Daddy’s fingers.

  66. Dave, how do your girls look in white bikinis?

  67. Brad, pretty stunning if you can take your eyes off the Beretta 12 ga. long enough to appreciate them.

  68. Behave? Pfffssstt. I’ll just try not to get caught!

  69. Cloudy and 50s here today.

    Dave in Ocean, when I picked Mrs. BiW up for our first date decades ago, I was greeted by her father, who opened the door, gun in hand.

    For fifteen minutes, I politely answered all of his questions as he patiently cleaned his black powder muzzle-loader. I think it irritated him that he wasn’t rattling me.

  70. Berretta, huh?

    I had you down as more of an 870 kind of guy.

  71. When I flew Mr. Ember out to Colorado to meet my dad, his girlfriend picked us up at the airport, took us by my dad’s house, dropped Mr. Ember off, and took me shopping.

    Neither Mr. Ember nor my father will tell me what happened in that hour.

  72. When my sister brought her fiance home to meet the folks, we sat down for dinner that night- scrambled eggs, biscuits, gravy.

    As we started to eat, I actually managed to tell a funny joke.

    Jim laughed so hard, he sprayed a mouthful of scrambled eggs into the face of his future mother-in-law.

  73. >> I think it irritated him that he wasn’t rattling me.

    HAHAHAHAHA. I used to clean my Springfield .45 when the boys came calling. As it turned out (of course) they weren’t intimidated, they were fascinated by the firearms.

    I wound up taking several of them to the range to teach them to shoot. My eldest made a good impression, hittin the target on those trips.

    Brad, the 870 is a fine weapon. I splurged on the Beretta, it’s my bird shootin gun. Awful pretty though, an AL 391 Urika. I loves it.

    http://tinyurl.com/ydljyhv

  74. Off to get ready to browse the Art & Crafts fair. Catch you all later!

  75. I’ve got an 870 magnum. The Beretta is a mighty nice shotgun though.

  76. Neither Mr. Ember nor my father will tell me what happened in that hour

    Surprise buttseks?

  77. It’s a fine looking piece, Dave.

    I was never much of a shotgun guy myself.

    I had a Sears singleshot 12ga. and I had an off brand 12ga pump. I liked the old Sears gun. The pump was less than fully reliable.

    I mostly used ‘em to blow away milk jugs and the occasional rodent.

    But not ROUS.

  78. The only hunting I’ve done much as a grownup is dove hunting. Most of my life it was a Remington Model 12 20 ga., which I think was the base model for the 870.

    It’s been a lot more fun these past few years with the Beretta. I probably waste more shots though, with the semi.

    I don’t care though. YEEEHAAAA

  79. Plus, that’s two more sets of hands to pull him out when he falls in the pool.

    Thanks to Dave, I’ve made it my policy not to carry my iPhone near the pool.

  80. So, earlier, I happened upon a recent copy of Hustler. Let’s not talk about how, exactly, but I didn’t pay for it.

    Now, I remember looking at Hustler as a young lad, and I don’t recall it being nearly so political. Every page of text — and about half the cartoons — has some reference to how awful it is that Republicans exist, how terrible it is that Ann Coulter can speak her mind (she and Palin get mentioned a lot, and you don’t have to be Freud to guess why), and how Obama is still awesome, even if there have been a few let-downs.

    Good Hostage men (and women so inclined), I humbly implore you to never buy porn again. Your money shouldn’t go to men like Flynt.

    For the sake of the Republic, please steal your porn.

  81. oh fuck, I meant Winchester.

    I’m a dork.

  82. “Surprise buttseks?”

    Thanks for that mental picture of my dad and my husband. Really. Made my day.

  83. People pay for porn?

    **does that head tilt thingy like pupster**

  84. There are words in Hustler?

    Huh.

  85. For the sake of the Republic, please steal your porn.

    We really need to have a tab with famous Hostage quotes to place lines like that.

  86. HAHAHAHAHA. I used to clean my Springfield .45 when the boys came calling.

    You were actually my inspiration when I was brandishing my Kimber at Will when he and Mrs. Peel were visiting.

    Didn’t have any effect on him either, but I enjoyed it.

  87. Will has his own Kimber.

  88. Yeah, there’s nothing wrong with this…

  89. Michael, I learned that unless someone thinks you actually would shoot them, they don’t blink at guns.

    Something to consider if carrying concealed.

  90. I know, Brad, but he didin’t have it with him.

    That’s watcha call a tactical advantage.

  91. Something to consider if carrying concealed.

    Yeah, I figure I’ll never carry concealed unless I am absolutely convinced that I’m ready to pull the trigger with lethal intent. Otherwise, I’m likely to just make a bad situation worse.

  92. Mesa, I have never understood why people would let their kids out in public wearing just a diaper. I would be mortified if that was my kid. Put on some fucking pants!

  93. People pay for porn?

    I’m told there are still a few Luddite holdouts.

  94. Anyone stuck doing yardwork today? I weeded for about an hour, waiting for the sun to get a little lower so I can mow without cooking like a lobster.

  95. Leon, I hacked a few limbs and shit with the machete.

    But now I am chillin with a cold one. My work here is done.

  96. Leon my grass is mid-calf length, and it is actually drying out, so I know what I am doing in a few hours…

    (And I’ll prolly be power-washing the northern exposure of my house tomorrow…)

  97. Well, Hostagefolks, I have a few cleaning-u-around-the-house things to do before I wake the little one up from her nap and go swimming. Hooray. I will talk to you hosefuckers later.

  98. I guess someone still needs to pay for Hustler, Penthouse, and Juggs, or today’s youth will never know the joy and serendipity of forest porn.

  99. This drummer has mad skillz….

  100. I guess someone still needs to pay for Hustler, Penthouse, and Juggs, or today’s youth will never know the joy and serendipity of forest porn.

    Like kids still go outside these days.

  101. HAH. The drummer is light years ahead of his band.

    Loved playin that song too.

  102. **crickets**

  103. My neighbor is roto-tilling his whole boulevard. I’m pretty sure the city made him get rid of the rock garden he had out there, so I sympathize.

    Still loud as a mofo, though.

  104. Whattup, you lazy bastards?

    I haven’t been on-line or watcehd any news since I left the office on Friday. I am so much more calmer than usual.

    We had friends over yesterday for a BBQ and we were talking about Gary Coleman dying and I mentioned that it’s a well-known fact that celebrity deaths come in threes. We then started talking about who would be next. I insisted it was going to be Dennis Hopper.

    Guess I’m taking over for our previous death prognosticator. I mean, it wasn’t like it was a tough call or anything, but still….

  105. I should watch Super Mario Brothers in honor of the late Mr. Hopper.

  106. Oh, Don Rickles is next.

  107. Art Linkletter gets no respect from you young people.

  108. Art Linkletter died, then Gary Coleman, then Dennis Hopper.

  109. Wiserbud sees dead people. Sometimes he even kills them his own self.

  110. I know this chick IRL. Friend of my wife’s

    http://hawtness.com/2010/05/24/wtf-girl-photos-slave-wonder-woman/.

  111. She’s actually a lot cuter in person.

  112. I will own this thread.

  113. She’d do.

  114. When did the timestamps get changed to CST?

  115. So, were you disappointed with the series finale Car in? I have mixed feelings; on one hand the finale was entertaining, on the other too many loose ends.

    No, I thought it was great. I mean, so many characters were dead … how can you have a “happy” ending or otherwise with only a handful of the characters alive – none of them having their love, kiwm?

    I liked it.

  116. When did the timestamps get changed to CST?

    MUTHERFUCKER. WHO DID THAT?

  117. I blame BJM.

  118. I liked it.

    I saw that ABC took responsibility for the shots of the airplane crash that was shown during then rolling of the final credits; they weren’t part of the show. Which is too bad because now I’m more confused than ever about the ending.

  119. Anyone stuck doing yardwork today? I weeded for about an hour, waiting for the sun to get a little lower so I can mow without cooking like a lobster.

    OMG, ME. I just came in for a snack and a break. i’ve been outside all day. I’ve got one bed in pretty good shape, and I’m close on the second on. I still have shit to plant, I’m covered in dirt, and stink to high heaven.

    I love gardening.

  120. Well, I refuse to be confuse.

    They were obviously in heaven. The “sideways” was actually their pergotory until they were ready.

    It happened “at the same time” because there is no “time” there. And the one dude- what’s his name, somehow had an in for both places, but didn’t necessarily understand it in in “real life.”

    Now, the only icky thing I’m not going to think about too much was that it was all in just Jack’s imagination as he died. Nope. That wasn’t what happened.

  121. I’m procrastinating until after 6 for mowing. I sunburned a patch of my right arm yesterday by accident, and I’m not repeating that today.

  122. Well, where did everyone go? shit, I need a longer BREAK. Don’t leave me here alone.

  123. I’ve got some serious sun shit on. I got burned last weekend, and I don’t want it to happen again.

    I appear to have made it though ok.

  124. Power bar and a FUZE. Snack of champions.

  125. Our house in Detroit – well, I ran out of space to garden. Out here, well, let’s just say i’ll never have that problem.

  126. I think I need a coffee too.

  127. I re-heated my curried chicken and added more chicken. I don’t bother with sunscreen, can’t stand the feel of it. I garden in an opaque, long-sleeved shirt and a wide-brimmed hat.

  128. Made myself a big pitcher of iced tea this morning. It’s about half gone already.

    Hydration!

  129. Jean diapers are weird. I used cloth, and I had some cute covers though. They make some cute stuff. I made some too, and I lurved them.

  130. Your guess is as good as anybody else’s Car in as regards Lost. I’d just like to know why people who got killed in a plane crash had to have all the Darma crap and the ‘others’ and just about everything that happened on the is’land? Wouldn’t they just have their ‘sideways’ purgatory and then go to heaven? I’m so confused.

  131. I too fricken hot to wear a shirt, but I’d kill for a good gardening hat.

    I could just go jump in the lake, though, so heat really shouldn’t be too much of an issue.I’m just sitting in the AC for a bit to recharge.

  132. That was all real – the island wasn’t purgatory. Just the sideways.

    I mean, really I guess it was just a magical island that people were trying to control – and that was a vice of man dealo

  133. I mean, Jack asked why they all “just” got there – and his dad told him they didn’t all die at the same time. Time/relative, all that good bullshit.

  134. Crap, at some point I lost the left nose pad from my glasses. I had to scavenge a wrong-size pad from a previous pair.

  135. How did Sawyer die? and Kate? and Miles?

  136. How did Sawyer die? and Kate? and Miles?

    I killed them.

  137. Me and the kids just lazed in teh pool until the popped up thunderstorm chased us out.

    Now I am marinading meats, for grilling porpoises.

  138. I bet porpoise is yucky. Like ducks that’ve eaten too many fish.

  139. Okay, XBrad, you’ve got to stop letting Sox use the computer.

  140. All right – here I am, a full day later: Conquerer of the tile drilling!!

    Yup, got that stupid shower curtain rod mounted. in only 50X the time it would take a pro.

  141. Wooh. Made it out of the pool with minutes to spare before the rain hit. Ember Jr. is a terrible shot with a squirt gun, but she did learn the meaning of retaliation today. Water sports is serious business.

  142. Geoff, those of us who dig into the unknown, earn the medal.

    I replaced a toilet once. Had no fucking idea what I was doing. Dad said “buy a new wax ring”.

    That was my warning. It was pretty good advice really.

    Well done sir. Well done.

  143. I do a lot of my own home repair, but I draw the line at anything with sewage or gas. I’ll happily pay a pro for that.

  144. Activity list for today
    1. Brunch with friends (awesome food, good company, though daughter was rude and was sent to her room when we got home)
    2. Finish the damn presentations (fail so far)
    3. Laundry (three loads done, two in process)
    4. Figure out who I’m voting for on Tuesday (Cuffy, help!)
    .
    .
    .
    Profit?

  145. I was halfway through mowing when the rain started up again. I decided just to finish it. That leaves weed whipping for tomorrow. I might try to weed the flower beds and put new mulch in, too.

  146. Oh yeah, well I took a 2 1/2 hour nap!

  147. Incredibly funny movie — I Sell the Dead.

  148. This is unfortunate — http://i.imgur.com/ZSPKG.jpg

  149. Mowin’ time. That grass hasn’t got a prayer.

  150. When the dream came
    I held my breath
    With my eyes closed
    I went insane,
    Like a smoke ring day
    When the wind blows
    Now I won’t be back
    Till later on
    If I do come back at all
    But you know me,
    And I miss you now.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuq-jtY17Qs

  151. I’d love to tell you I accomplished a lot today, but in fact, the only productive thing I’ve done all day is spray some roundup on the weeds. And a smaller than usual amount in my eyes.

  152. I’m guessing this won’t turn out well.

    http://my.earthlink.net/article/top?guid=20100530/e7b2e4d1-db52-481d-a2b9-9dbaf276366b

  153. Clint – I have the perfect solution: http://tinyurl.com/23snda9

  154. Reading A Patriot’s History of the United States.

  155. Chief … perfect … and likely accurate.

  156. Reading A Patriot’s History of the United States.

    That’s why your lips are moving!

  157. Fuckin’ woof.

  158. Woofty-woof-woof

  159. Wow. Second walk-off homer in two days for the Angels.

    And this time, nobody broke their leg.

  160. Woof?

  161. http://tinyurl.com/yahzckz

    Nice shoes. Wanna fuck?

  162. Worf?

  163. Sean – Yes.

  164. George Lucking Fucas

  165. Obscure tunes, Bet your Ma don’t think you’re so glamorous. .

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3zXXKqn1Qc

  166. Did I mention it is hot as hell here? About 90 something.

  167. xBrad – Hot here as well. I got some color out on the golf course.

  168. 85 and comfortable at 7:00.

    Grilled some sassages.

  169. Hi honeys. Work sucked.

    *gets off the stool in the corner and goes to eat a hamburger for dinner*

    The hell? Electrizicles went capoot for 2 seconds.

  170. It’s actually not all that miserable here thanks to the thunderstorms. It was miserable in the morning. Right now, it’s cloudy, with a light rain, 75 degrees, 88% humidity.

  171. Mesa, I threw on some chickens and steaks.

    I figure, the grill’s on.. let’s make something of this. It got hotter here though, 95 today

  172. Herb stuffed chicken on the grill tonight. . . after a rather large vodka and tonic.

  173. They forgot the mayo, onion, and pickles Mesa

  174. I can recall many a Memorial Day weekend at the cottage when the uniform of the day was sweatshirts, jeans, sox and shoes.

    This year: tee shirts, shorts, and sandals, or barefoot.

  175. Hotspur – Number 1 son remarked that his golf outing was rather warm as well.

  176. They forgot the mayo, onion, and pickles Mesa

    Nuh-uh.

  177. Yeah, they had 83deg, we had 81, but there was an awesome breeze off the lake, which is pretty normal.

    Glowbull Warming

  178. We were going to have chicken breasts tonight.

    But then we talked ourselves into getting decadent with big ole nasty bacon cheeseburgers cooked outside on the grill, with baked beans and mac&cheese on the side.

    Maybe a pickle.

  179. Plus some sauteed onion.

  180. I might eat a few Mexican dip flavored Pringles.

  181. The coconut oil in my cabinet is now completely liquid state.

  182. This meal could kill me.

    You probably should tell me right now what a great guy I was, and how much you will miss me.

  183. “You probably should tell me right now what a great guy I was, and how much you will miss me.”

    You do realize you’re at H2, right?

    (For the record, I would miss you and think you’re pretty swell. But don’t tell anyone.)

  184. Have a nice dinner, Michael.

    Sorry, best I can do.

  185. What kind of beans Michael?
    Have you tried any of those grillin beans?

  186. Looks like I’m going to have to cook those burgers in the rain, but we have a covered patio, so I’m going to do it.

    Then I’m going to eat until I splode.

    Goodbye, everyone. It was nice knowing you.

  187. You probably should tell me right now what a great guy I was, and how much you will miss me.

    Michael who??

  188. I was wrong MCPO, it was a destroyer. John W. Weeks.

  189. What kind of beans Michael?

    Normally, I’m partial to ranch beans, or black beans with Mayan food. But normal baked beans work best with mac&cheese, some ground pepper, and some Marie Sharp’s Hot Sauce.

    Don’t cry for me, Moronosphere. I’m going to die a happy man.

  190. Scott – Thanks! Destroyer guys are very proud of their mission and quite jealous of their ship’s reputation.

  191. HAH. Me and eldest are sittin out on the back deck after dinner, listening to the Stones.

    Had no idea she liked “Beast of Burden”

  192. Scott – Check this out:

  193. Man, if you look at the DFW-area weather radar right now, it’s just polka dots of localized thunderstorms, many of them pretty heavy.

    My house is under one of those dots.

    Hey, free pool refill!

  194. Michael, we just had a nut-buster with quarter-sized hail pass north of us.

  195. New poat for non-assholes!

    Assholes can stay here.


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