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Friday, November 21, 2003

25 Rules For Being A Good Republican

Got this from the lovely and talented Buck Hakes!

And, I hate t say it, it's only so funny because it's TRUE!

1) Being a drug addict is a moral failing and a crime, unless you are millionaire conservative radio jock, which makes it an "illness" and needs our prayers for "recovery."

2) You have to believe that those privileged from birth achieve success
all on their own.

3) You have to be against government programs, but expect your Social Security checks on time.

4) You have to believe that government should stay out of people's private lives, but it needs to punish anyone caught having sex with the "wrong" gender.

5) You have to believe that pollution is ok, so long as it makes a profit.

6) You have to believe in prayer in schools, as long as you don't pray to Allah or Buddha.

7) You have to believe that only your own teenagers are still virgins.

8) You have to believe that a woman cannot be trusted with decisions about her own body, but that large multinational corporations can make decisions affecting all mankind with no regulation whatsoever.

9) You have to believe that you love Jesus and Jesus loves you, and that Jesus shares your hatred of AIDS victims, homosexuals, and Hillary Clinton.

10) You hate the ACLU for representing convicted felons, but they owed it to the country to bail out Oliver North.

11) You have to believe that it was wise to allow Ken Starr to spend $80 million dollars to attack Clinton, because no other U.S. presidents have ever been unfaithful to their wives.

12) You have to believe that group sex is a degenerate sin that can only be purged by running for governor of California as a Republican.

13) You have to believe it is wise to keep condoms out of schools, because we all know if teenagers don't have condoms they won't have sex.

14) You have to believe that the ACLU is bad because they defend the Constitution, while the NRA is good because they defend the Constitution.

15) You have to believe that government Medicare is wrong and that HMOs and
insurance companies only have your best interests at heart.

16) You have to believe the AIDS virus is not important enough to deserve federal funding proportionate to the resulting death rate and that the public doesn't need to be educated about it, because if we just ignore it, it will go away.

17) You have to believe that biology teachers are corrupting the morals of 6th graders if they teach them the basics of human sexuality, but the Bible, which is full of sex and violence, is just good reading.

18) You have to believe that atheism is a religion and creationism is science.

19) You have to believe that Saddam was a good guy when Reagan armed him, a
bad guy when Bush's daddy made war on him, a good guy when Cheney was doing
business with him, and a bad guy when Bush needed a "we can't find Bin Laden" diversion.

20) You have to believe that the lumber from the last one percent of old growth U.S. forests is well worth the destruction of those forests and the extinction of the several species of plants and animals therein.

21) You believe that the public has "a right to know" about the adulterous affairs of Democrats, while those of Republicans are a "private matter".

22) You have to believe that the public has a right to know what the government is doing, but that Bush was right to censor those 28 pages from the Congressional 9/11 report because you just can't handle the truth.

23) You support state's rights, which means Ashcroft telling states what locally passed voter initiative he will allow them to have.

24) You have to believe that Aid to Mothers with Dependent Children is wasteful, but giving tax breaks to companies moving American jobs overseas is just what government is for.

25) You have to believe that trade with Cuba is wrong because it is communist, but trading with China and Vietnam is just dandy.

Right on the money, ehh facist right-wing nuts?

Lee 11/21/2003 12:45:00 PM [+]

Monday, November 17, 2003



Potch's Place was just voted to the top 10 weekly blogs over at Blogger Forum!

See the nifty little button above the archives? Click it and see!


Lee 11/17/2003 09:32:00 AM [+]

Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Goodnight, Cap'tn. Video...

Thanks for the laughs, Art. You'll be missed.

Lee 11/12/2003 09:08:00 AM [+]

Sunday, November 02, 2003

Old Faces In New Places

Last night, the boys in the band--remember the band? The three of us who were what this blog was originally all about?--played our very first show at Union's "Paddy's Place".

Paddy's Place is owned by Pat, a very friendly likeable guy who happens to be the drummer in a local cover band, The Dirty Water Dogs.

Jerry, the bartender (who actually is the one who booked us here) is an old friend of our from back at another local bar he used to work at. (Check out the picture section of our website and you'll find him all over the place) He booked this show with us back in March (busy boys we are these days) and we've been waiting for it to finally happen.

And happen it DID!

It was a great show, with a big crowd who was into our whole All-Request thing! The bar, whixh used to be the "infamous" Spaeter Club across from where Jahn's restaurant used to be, is much brighter and cleaner now under Pat's management. It was an honest delight to play there.

It was also great seeing Jerry again after so much time. Of course, we had to invite him up for a song.

It was also great to see Frank and Tommy and Michelle and The Boykos come out to see us!

But what REALLY blew my mind was that between sets, I was talking to a couple for a while and found out that they were both musicians in their own bands.

She is the lead singer for a band I had seen once called "JD Smoothie", a three piece acoustic act with Jen as the lead singer.

He is Vic, guitarist in a band called "Enough Said". But, and here's the strange part, he gave me his card and asked me to put him on our E-Mailing list. I looked at his name, and then back at him, then back at the card.

"Did you happen to own your own printing company in Maplewood about 15 years ago?"

"Uh, yeah... I did..."

I slapped my forehead.

Vic is Victor Nichols. He and his brother printed up all the flyers and promotions for my mom and I when we reopened our pizzeria in 1987 after my dad died. Even Blair (who worked for us) remembered him from picking up flyers at his house one day.

Talk about a small world!

And I can thank Jerry and Pat and "Paddy's Place" for this little impromptu reunion!

Also, a big thanks to everyone there for a great night! We look forward to returning on THANKSGIVING EVE!!!

Lee 11/02/2003 11:27:00 PM [+]

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