Tuesday, February 21, 2006

I wish I'd thought of THAT!!!
...Still...this was an opportunity that was TOO GOOD to pass up!!!

I was about ready to shut down the blog after the previous post, but I heard something that was SO PERFECT, that I just had to present it here. I always keep the TV on in the background while blogging; it was tuned to MSNBC's "Countdown with Keith Olbermann"...he's a cool guy and he presents a lot of off-the-wall stuff.

Anyway, he was speaking with one of his guests about Prezzident Bush's idiotic decision to let the Arabs control vital seaports around the country. And his guest started one of his answers with the following phrase, presented in the fractured photo below. Like I said...I WISH I'D THOUGHT OF THAT!

I'd seen this photo the other night when I was Googling stuff...when I heard that phrase, this photo came to mind. Aren't computers FUN?


Blogger Jinx said...

yep. The sourdough it was. My sister had her wedding reception there and we went there for dinner on very special occasions.
Okay let's see how the gray cells work on this one.
The name of the store across the street from the old Jr high on 7th.
(when I was there it was the 7 and 8th grade buildings)
I think that they decided to have CHeney do the shooting just to give the pundits something to talk about instead of picking on the president. lol

10:29 PM  
Blogger little ol' me said...

Across from the old Jr. High (7th, 8th and 9th grades when I attended), the "Viking", and next to it, the "White Pine". Plus, that dark brick apt. bldg a little further up 7th Street used to be a neighborhood grocery store called Mark's Table Supply. My one brain cell still works, ha ha.

1:49 AM  
Blogger Jinx said...

The grocery store was gone by the time I got there I think.. but I do remember a stationary store up the street a bit. a bit above Montana if my memory serves me right.
Those stores got me in trouble one time. I was eating Sunflower seeds in Mrs. Kraus's room and she caught me. lol

9:58 PM  
Blogger little ol' me said...

Jinx, by the time I attended the 7th Street Jr. Highs, Marks Table Supply was gone...that's how far back that place goes. (I entered 7th grade in '67) I never had Mrs. Kraus, although she was teaching there when I went there, but I remember Mrs. Monaghan, the Biology teacher, issuing monetary fines for chewing gum. I got caught. Several times!

1:16 AM  

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