Friday, April 07, 2006

Friday Night Hors D'oeuvres



Wilsonizer had a busy work week, and the blog admittedly paid a price in output. Here are some good, light appetizers to sift through as you settle down for what is hopefully a relaxing weekend:


A Colossal rabbit runs amok in northern England.

Leif Garret is off the wagon, apparently.

Kevin Federline is, well heck, he is still in the news, and there is something to be said for that.

In many news photos, Rep. Cynthia McKinney has what could be described as "crazy eyes".

Marshall and Kim just can't work it out.

Joe Wilson (NOT affiliated with Wilsonizer!!!) opens his mouth, and leads us to believe Valerie got him the Niger gig because she needed a little "breathing room".

The democrat's "Real Security" plan is apparently in an undisclosed location being read by VP Cheney or something (I say this because after a bold announcement last week, this proposal has all but disappeared into thin air; it is no longer directly linked to the democrats home page).

Handel's Messiah premiered this day in Dublin in 1741.

There were no Bigfoot sightings in the month of March, which is a leading indicator of summer drought (not really, I made up the drought part!).

And from the Onion, Critics blast bush for not praying hard enough.

Enjoy the weekend everyone, and Wilsonizer will post quality content all weekend long!

5 comments:

Gateway Pundit said...

I didn't realize that the Dems already dumped their Defense plan.
I guess even they did not believe it!

Bob W. said...

Gateway,

The "real security" plan is still out there, and if you click deep enough on their website you can find it; however, the Dems for some reason have distanced themselves from it pretty rapidly for some reason. No Democrat is out there talking about it, and you would think that such a majore policy announcement would be followed by articles, speeches, blogswarms, and the like. I guess it shows how serious the Dems are going to be in addressing national security as a party.

JuliaMazal said...

The bunny story made me think of Watership Down.

"My Chief Rabbit has told me to defend this run, and until he says otherwise I shall stay here."
"His Chief Rabbit?" said Vervain, staring.

They shoulda named the bunny "Bigwig".

Bob W. said...

JM,

Maybe General Woundwort is still out there, ha ha!

JuliaMazal said...

Yeah! They should look around the veggie gardens for a little eye patch.