Wednesday, February 16, 2005


Okay football is over. So would it KILL you to post something? I'm going to find more horrible photos of you if you don't start responding to my demands. Hugs and Kisses- Cairybair

Tuesday, February 08, 2005


VRWCI freakin worked hard on it for like an hour!

Check out the ugly Kid!

VRWCLook at this blog! There is a pic of one ugly kid on it! Oh my, he must have fallen off his sisters big wheel and rolled down the driveway. Poor thing. On a happier note there is also a photo of a Teddy Bear on this Blogg too! :)

Since I know you wont check my Blogg.

This was on the door of my Kids pre school today. I think of it as Mailer Light. I am debating asking them to remove it. Or to at least add supplemental material on this contributing editor, who has written quite a bit and extensively to be given such a small and underrated bio in Parade Mag. Here is the long version of his Parade screed. I call it Mailer Gold. This is who he compares the President of the United States to in his quirky little talk with his son. How brilliant he must be to find such a startling analogy! So what gets on my nerves more? The typical Bush hating Nazi name calling rant, or that I think my sons teachers are too stupid to understand why I would be annoyed to see this crap on the door? EHHHH!

Monday, January 24, 2005


What's the matter with you? Is your hands broke? You can't pick up the phone no more? I'm talking to you dirt bag!

Sunday, January 23, 2005


Did you get the State of Fear Book? The person I bought it from wants some feedback! I much enjoyed it!

Friday, January 21, 2005


Your last post was dull. You're fired.

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

This I just don't understand

I posted a comment to it so now I feel like a rock star. Or one of those jerks who writes comments, questions, and profanity on public restroom walls.

Another Blogg I Like That Has Nothing To Do With Jem

So nobody can say I'm biased in the bloggs I link to!

Obama and the Anti American American Dream

Newly minted Illinois Sen. Barack Obama was the star of the Democratic Convention and one of a very few bright spots on an otherwise dismal Nov. 2 for Democrats. But yesterday he became just another liberal senator by attacking the war in Iraq. He said, in questioning Secretary of State nominee Condoleezza Rice, that it didn't really matter that Saddam Hussein was a tyrant, the U.S. should've left him in power anyway. The administration has conflated tyranny and terrorism, he complained, and his constituents would not have supported a war to overthrow a tyrant.

That puts Mr. Obama on the same campground recently colonized by such old-style liberals as John Kerry and Ted Kennedy, who've lately transmuted into foreign policy "realists" as a way to punish a GOP administration for rising to the bold and risky challenge of remaking the post-9/11 world. The Democratic Party is now the anti-anti-tyranny party. It also puts Mr. Obama squarely at odds with the optimistic principle central to President Bush's "war on terror" -- that America's best defense is spreading liberty and democracy around the world.

Mr. Obama's first day in the limelight was bound to begin answering questions about where he really stands on national issues. But before he develops his stance further, he may want to consult some real "realists" about the likely consequences of the U.S. conceding defeat in Iraq and deferring to the Russian and French policy of rehabilitating Saddam and selling him weapons. For one thing, the U.S. was and still is in a tug-of-war with governments all over the Muslim world about whether they will join a U.S. "war on terror" -- or whether they will seek to appease Islamic militants in hopes of turning the threat away from themselves. In short, there's a "realist" case for the Iraq war, though Tony Blair has shown more affinity for it than Mr. Bush has.

-- Brendan Miniter

American Dream

Barack Obama is on Oprah Winfrey. He is supposed to be the living example of the African American Dream. What do you think I think about that? I'll tell you! I'm so excited to watch Judge Judy today. Tootles. CB

Bloggs I Like

Sunday, January 16, 2005

I have erased your last message

Hey, there's football going on, and Alan's in town for his birthday.

Anyway, yesterday we went to Pappadeaux's for lunch. Grandma and Jeff came. I had crawfish etouffee, and it was delicious.

Grandma ordered stuffed shrimp, and maybe ate two of them. I don't know why she ordered them. I think she was still in a freaked out state from having to ride through Austin. I had an oyster. Mom, Jeff, and Alan each had two. Jeffery chickened out. He had grandma on his side. Whenever someone would eat one, she would cover her face and make a gag face.

Minnesota is about to punt.

Today I beat Andy at football. I made him quit. It was fantastic.