11 February 2006

the world is full...

of really stupid people ...and many many many of them were at wholefoods yesterday at exactly the same time mommy was. one of them was the woman who tried to use her shopping cart to "nudge" mommy into the store a bit faster. yeah, stupid bleached-blonde bitch, i'm talkin' about you. that was my mommy you kept ramming into, even tho' there was no way in freakin' hell she could get inside the store any faster. and, that was my mommy who turned around and said excuse me ever so sweetly, not once, but twice, and to whom you just continued to glare...and ram. and, just so you know, that was my mommy who finally turned around and said i'm so sorry my ass keeps getting in the way of your cart.
another stupid--and oh-so-annoying--person, in mommy's humble opinion, is michael "yer doin' a heck of a job brownie" brown... the former head of fema. so stupid. so annoying. and never more so than yesterday, during the senate hearings, as he once again tried to avoid taking even the tiniest amount of responsibility for what happened after hurricane katrina. what a f*ck face. here's the tiniest of excerpts from salon.com:
Brownie turns the tables
George W. Bush and his homeland security chief are learning one of life's little lessons today: Hell hath no fury like a FEMA director scorned.
In testimony before the Senate today, Michael Brown said that he has been made a "scapegoat" for the federal government's flawed response to Katrina -- and that the real culprits are Michael Chertoff, the Department of Homeland Security and the White House itself. Brown said that "policies implemented by the DHS put FEMA on a path to failure" long before Katrina struck New Orleans. Once the storm hit and the levees failed, Brown said, Chertoff's DHS "saw an opportunity to assert itself, as it always tried to do in FEMA operations, which slowed things down."
blahblahblabitty blah... and then, this:
Brown said that he cried in his hotel room during the early days of Katrina, frustrated by the failure of the federal government to deliver the help he knew it was capable of providing. Asked whether the Bush administration was making him the fall guy for Katrina, Brown said, "I certainly feel abandoned." As for the president, Brown said: "Unfortunately, he called me 'Brownie' at the wrong time. Thanks a lot, sir."
poor poor michael "yer doin' a heck of a job brownie" brown. he cried. boo hoo. wonder if that was before or after he sent those blackberry messages about dogsitters and/or his nifty nordstrom's outfit? i'm sorry, clearly the bush administration dropped the hurricane relief ball from the get-go, but does anyone for one second think that michael "yer doin' a heck of a job brownie" brown is fault free? the last time he testified, if mommy's memory serves correctly, he blamed state and local officials in louisiana for the lack of a timely response in relief efforts. of course, i guess we can't blame this guy for trying to save his stupid f*ck face, after all, he is trying to start up an emergency response consultation business. and, i'm guessing, if anyone thought he had anything to do with that mess in new orleans after hurricane katrina, why, they'd have to be stupid to hire him, right?
but enough of that. (i'm sick of him, and i bet you are, too). besides, as long as i'm on the topic of "stupid people", i think it important to note that mommy's feeling pretty stupid herself at the moment. and, i hate to say it, but, she should. you see, yesterday, she decided it would be a nice romantic gesture to send daddy 2 dozen long-stemmed red roses for valentine's day, along with a box of chocolates. only, she forgot to pay attention the the delivery date, so the flowers and candy were delivered yesterday. friday. to daddy's office. about an hour before daddy left work to come home. which means the gorgeous and veryvery expensive 2 dozen long-stemmed ruby red roses will be sitting in daddy's cold, dark office all f*cking weekend. i mean, how stupid is that? i'll tell you how stupid it is. it's so stupid i can't think about it right now, let alone talk about it. it's just too much stupidity for one little puppy-girl to process. it makes my brain hurt.

"The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits."
~ Albert Einstein


Blogger BoBo Banjoey said...

what "mommy" needs to realize is that daddy appreciated the thought and love that went into sending those beautiful roses more than she'll ever know!

It's wonderful to be loved by you...I adore you.

12/2/06 12:01 AM  
Anonymous maxxypawd said...

haven't clicked on for a day or two (or three). needed to smile... and i did! cutecutecleversmart. the roses will still be beautiful come monday (and tuesday). my b-day bouquet is still hangin' in there and i plan to keep it around to do v-day duty :)

12/2/06 1:56 AM  

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