Monday, September 03, 2007

Labor Day Resolutions


  1. I promise to comment more.


  2. I plan on sticking it to the man.


  3. I will harass republican candidates tomorrow at the fair by leaving dirty napkins on their displays.


  4. I will spend more time with Doc, planning the revolution.


  5. I'll only eat the red M&M's.


  6. I'll make a list of the first people against the wall when the revolution comes: Mel Gibson (natch), John Mayer, Citibankers, etc.


  7. I'll try to grow a beard.


  8. I'll stop picking scabs.


  9. I'll consider picking up hitchikers.


  10. I'll let someone guest-host my blog. Maybe.

18 comments:

  1. Please be sure to have a really messy meal before you leave those napkins on the table.

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  2. I'll grow a beard seems just a tad out of place with the rest of this list.

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  3. I hate the Washington Mutual bankers myself.

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  4. scabs are people, too!!

    I'm with Ten re: the messy napkins-- I recommend ribs or lobster.

    re: guest hosting... Ever had a dead man put shit on your blog?? Then again, I'm probably a poor choice-- it might get you SHITCANNED!!

    ---Big Orange

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  5. What a great idea, the list of resolutions...It does seem as September is more fitting for this instead of January 1.

    I'll have to think up my own list,too.

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  6. The beard might be a tough one. I won't hold you to that.

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  7. You got it, ten s. I was thinking greasy french fry napkin with ketchup and vineager on it. Maybe one of my kids will puke on Ralph Regula's shoes.

    SD: I was trying to think of a way to be more like Karl Marx. I don't really know much about him, except for the beard.

    Phil: How about we just say "bankers"? That ought to cover it.

    BO: Oh dear.

    Elizabeth: I always throw in a couple of bogus resolutions that I know I can't do.

    Sage advice, Grant Miller.

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  8. If I were you, I'd resolve to spell Labour correctly or at least Canadianly or Britishly.

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  9. That's a bit much. You should try consolidation. Like, start picking up scabby, bearded hitchhikers and let them guest blog AND write all your comments for you.

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  10. Just FYI- My wife says the red dye in red M&Ms comes from bugs.

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  11. For a long time, my email sig was "First up against the wall when the revolution fails."

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  12. I actually resolved to leave less comments. You can see how well that's going.

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  13. I may adopt several of these myself. But I promise to leave Doc alone.

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  14. I don't know about M&M's, but the red colouring in Yoplait DOES come from bugs:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cochineal

    now you know what to look for.

    Meanwhile, at what point did red M&M's NOT become cancerous? About the same time Sweet N' Low stopped being cancerous, as well??

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  15. Oh, gee, THIS makes me feel better:

    "Red dye #40 is a different substance. It is derived chemically from coal tar and is not an animal or insect product."

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  16. Red Dye #40 is also an awesome song by The Honeydogs.

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