Lazy Sunday Open Thread


A free drink of your choice to the first person who can correctly identify the objects pictured in the photo above.

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31 Responses to Lazy Sunday Open Thread

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Grains of sand ?

  2. Oswald says:

    Breitbart:

    Bob Reynolds, Putnam Investments: Your presidential commission delivered your report in December. How surprised were you that your commission gave the president tremendous coverage to do something, and it wasn’t even mentioned in the State of the Union?

    Erskine Bowles: If you think you were surprised, you should have looked at us. I negotiated the budget for President Clinton. And every investment banker will tell you the key to success is knowing your client and defining success up front. So, I knew what success was on his part, and I could go in there and negotiate the deal. I did not know President Obama, and neither did Alan. So, we spent a tremendous amount of time with him and his economic team up front defining success. And we negotiated a deal that got a majority of Republicans to vote for it, so he had plenty of cover on the other side. It also exceeded every single one of the goals that he had given us. I fully expected them to grab hold of this. If it had been President Clinton, he would have said, “God, I created this, this is wonderful. It was all my idea.” So we were really surprised.

    My belief is that most of the members of the economic team strongly supported it. Like every White House, there’s a small cabal of people that surround the president that he trusts and works with, and I believe it was those Chicago guys, the political team that convinced him that it would be smarter for him to wait and let Paul Ryan go first, and then he would look like the sensible guy in the game.

  3. darraghcmurphy says:

    Jelly fish

  4. carol haka says:

    Sea urchins

  5. tommy says:

    The Eye of Mordor painted blue? Lol

  6. swanspirit says:

    Soap Rocks http://www.soaprocks.com/html/CircleoSoap.htm i already know it is microscopic sand I just love this soap 😉

  7. HELENK says:

    after most political reporters got down of their knees for backtrack and tried to tell us how wonderful and smart he was, stephanie cutter says they are equal with people magazine and entertainment tonight.
    OUCH

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/08/19/Cutter-People-Mag-Entertainment-Tonight-Equally-Important

  8. HELENK says:

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/under-the-radar/2012/08/obama-signs-bill-giving-him-more-power-over-appointments-132463.html

    because congress is too damn lazy to do the job they are paid to do there will now be 170 more government positions that do NOT have to be approved by congress

  9. HELENK says:

    I need to rant for a minute
    this AM I have read two stories that make me want to say WTF

    first……Trial of Fort Hood Shooter delayed over his beard.

    Second……Two high school choirs refused to be able to perform because they are not racially devirse enough.

    #1 so we let him sit in jail over his beard and then his lawyer will say justice was not done because he did not get a speedy trial

    #2.. Can the choirs sing?? Music should have no color

  10. HELENK says:

    http://ricochet.com/main-feed/Is-Anyone-Else-Involved-in-Convention-USA

    this looks like it would be fun and interesting and a great way to teach kids how our country was founded

  11. foxyladi14 says:

    The days of wooden ships and iron men. Admiral Lord Nelson gave an arm, and eye, and finally his life to defeat the tyranny that was Napoleon Bonapart.
    And today all we have to do is vote, 🙂

  12. JohnSmart says:

    Evolutions of Joe Biden’s brain – 1990-2012.

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