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See your Romnesia, raise you Barackoli

Eat your Barackoli, America!

Nah, just goofing. Stupid idea. And you know what? I didn’t even get there first.

Let me know how the last debate goes. I’ll be tucked up in my little weaselly bed, snoring and farting.

Comments


Comment from Sonny Seidup
Time: October 22, 2012, 10:22 pm

This can’t be right. Brocolli is good for you.


Comment from ScubaFreak
Time: October 22, 2012, 10:27 pm

Man, that’s a bunch of Bull Shih Zhu! LOL

(my new favorite political term)


Comment from Randy Rager
Time: October 22, 2012, 10:34 pm

Farting? I was born to fart. Does Uncle B appreciate your endeavors?


Comment from Mitchell TAFKAEY
Time: October 22, 2012, 10:43 pm

I read somewhere that the Annoying Orange was actually getting a TV show. Can anyone confirm or deny this? I’m too lazy to look it up.


Comment from MikeW
Time: October 22, 2012, 11:40 pm

Love it, Weasie!

It looks just like Sideshow Bob.

If only BO were nothing more than a sideshow. Fingers are crossed for the final debate in about an hour from now… Romney HAS to ask why, during 7 freaking hours of fighting in Bengahzi, he didn’t order anyone to assist. That Potus Of Shitus has to go!


Comment from Redd
Time: October 22, 2012, 11:48 pm

What a nightmare. I’m sure those poor people thought help had to be on the way…


Comment from Some Vegetable
Time: October 23, 2012, 12:17 am

Uhm, Weasel, how long were you married to Uncle Badger before you farted in front of him?

http://whatjapanthinks.com/2005/12/14/does-your-wife-do-this-too/

Just askin’


Comment from Mike James
Time: October 23, 2012, 3:04 am

Yeah, “Romnesia”. A stupid line that sounds like it came from Redd Foxx on “Sanford and Son”. All it did was make Obama sound imbecilic.

“Snoring and farting”. Thanks for that, you sexy thing. We’ll never think of you any other way.


Comment from twolaneflash
Time: October 23, 2012, 3:08 am

Never trust a fart. That being said, a voluminous morning fart is one of nature’s more satisfying events.


Comment from Deborah
Time: October 23, 2012, 3:58 am

Obama was whiny, petty, and defensive. He couldn’t decide what facial expression to adopt—and none of them were pleasant—while Mitt was talking.

Romney was just so gosh darn earnest; he made me think of a motivational speaker. But Mitt stuck to his game plan, which was NOT to play Obama’s game. Right from the start, Obama tried again and again to paint Romney as a flip-flopper (my word, not Obama’s) on budget, foreign policy, the military, et cetera, but it didn’t work. Romney just ignored most of Obama’s attacks.


Comment from currently
Time: October 23, 2012, 10:05 am

The debate sucked.

Carry on.


Comment from S. Weasel
Time: October 23, 2012, 12:51 pm

Let me remind you that Brits regard Heinz baked beans as breakfast food. And lunch food. And dinner food. From the moment I set foot upon this bean-riddled isle, my intestines have roiled.


Comment from Deborah
Time: October 23, 2012, 1:11 pm

Do the British actually grow beans—pinto, butter, Navy, et cetera—or do they import them?

P.S. My mother, who was a self-taught nutritionist, always said that eating corn bread (or corn tortillas) with beans helped eliminate the problems with gas (she loved the pun). Corn and beans both contain incomplete proteins, but when eaten together form a complete protein (which is quite healthy).


Comment from S. Weasel
Time: October 23, 2012, 1:15 pm

That’s interesting, Deborah. Cornbread and beans was a staple in my house (“Oh, they fed me on cornbread and beans, and I ain’t a-gonna be treated this-a way…”).

Hm. I don’t know if they import Heinz beans (the tin actually spells it “beanz”), but as a general principle, if it grows, Brits grow it.


Comment from Deborah
Time: October 23, 2012, 1:57 pm

It’s my observation that eating newly cooked beans (using dried beans) produces less gas. But when the beans are refrigerated and reheated, that’s when they seem to cause more gas—exponentially! I have been trying to cook small amounts of beans now, just enough for two servings at one meal, but it’s hard to think that small.

I, too, was raised on pinto beans and cornbread. Though I no longer bake my corn bread with bacon grease :( Or fry the potatoes in bacon grease :( I even threw away the brushed aluminum grease can! so I have nothing to save the bacon grease in. But we live just outside of San Antonio, where there is a Mexican food restaurant on every corner, so it’s not like we are terribly deprived. Borracho beans and fresh tortillas made with lard …


Comment from Timothy S. Carlson
Time: October 23, 2012, 4:31 pm

I second that observation – clear resemblance to Sideshow Bob. Was that intentional or just a happy coincidence?


Comment from Zyborg22
Time: October 23, 2012, 5:04 pm

@Mitchell TAFKAEY: The Annoying Orange already has a show on Cartoon Network. I’ve never really seen it, though. I only know about it through commercials and overhearing it while it was on once.


Comment from mojo
Time: October 23, 2012, 5:38 pm

Weasel: Cornbread and beans, or Black-eyed peas?

The latter was a New Years tradition in the Ancestral Trailer.


Comment from mojo
Time: October 23, 2012, 6:48 pm

Borracho beans? How’d they get drunk?


Comment from S. Weasel
Time: October 23, 2012, 9:03 pm

Black-eyed peas were a New Year’s tradition in our family, mojo. For luck. My grandfather believed in eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s day so strongly, he had them brought to him in the hospital. Then he died.

I carried on with them for years, until that day it dawned on me — I really don’t like black-eyed peas. They’re waxy and nasty.


Comment from J.S.Bridges
Time: October 23, 2012, 9:51 pm

Ooohhh-h-h…

That is ol’ Sideshow Bob, to the nines!!

Lookin’ just as “innocently” homicidal as in Bart and Lisa Simpsons’ worst nightmares!

Same funky, floppy ‘do – same flappy-ears – same mostly-inappropriate getup – even the same close-set, slightly-slit/kinda-beady eyes and shifty, eeevilll smirk -

But – what does that make Biden?!?

Spooky stuff, SWeasey…

(And I mostly agree on the black-eyed peas thingy – even though I am a Southerner, through an’ through. Only “mostly”, though – there is one way those lil’ goobers are not only tolerable but welcome: as one of the constituents of Carolina Caviar, a True Southern Delicacy.

Even there, the aftertaste is not all that it might be – so’s ya gotta make sure there’s a tall, cold one around for the finish…)


Comment from mojo
Time: October 23, 2012, 9:58 pm

“I really don’t like black-eyed peas. They’re waxy and nasty.”

Well, they were actually cattle feed, yannow.

Cheapest food around.


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Time: October 23, 2012, 10:04 pm

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Comment from Mitchell TAFKAEY
Time: October 24, 2012, 12:02 am

I like black eyed peas, but crowder or purple hull peas are better.


Comment from little, little
Time: October 24, 2012, 1:17 am

Hard to beat basmati rice with pink eye purplehull crowder peas topped with homemade salsa inferno.


Comment from Mike James
Time: October 24, 2012, 1:42 am

The best part of black-eyed peas on New Years was being alert enough to nab the strips of bacon or salt pork laid on the top when they went in the oven.

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