I’m pretty sure I’ll be hungover once this alcohol wears off

drunk


I know I’m supposed to write a post but I’m supposed to lose weight and I ain’t doing that either.

It’s my mom’s birthday so I might take her out to lunch if she’s back from her trip. I got a 2-for-1 coupon for Hu Phlung Pu Chinese buffet that expires soon. Or I could take her to Hooters again.

My liver hates me for the way I abused it yesterday. I think it’s plotting with my spleen to kill me. I need to go lay down before I get sick.



About Dr. Myiq2xu

Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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78 Responses to I’m pretty sure I’ll be hungover once this alcohol wears off

  1. DeniseVB says:

    So today’s a holiday? What they should do is move MLK Day to February, which is Black History month, and make it the Monday after the Super Bowl. Wouldn’t that make more sense? I’m sure Dr. King wouldn’t mind 😀

    Oh, and more award winners:

    http://www.imdb.com/oscars/nominations/producers-guild

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Speaking of hangovers …. our poor, poor White House. The ChiTrib has the postgame show wrap-up.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-michelle-obama-50th-birthday-party-20140119,0,5832442.story

    For a President who’s theme is inequality for 2014, this sure seemed over the top. Yes, the hypocrisy, it sucks …. martinis. At least Jimmy Carter put on a sweater when he told us to turn our winter thermostats down.

    • cynic says:

      aaah, but even Mika proved the Carter hypocrisy on the whole idea of conserving energy.

      via Taylor Marsh:
      This latest episode of Carter pimping his own post presidency reminding me again of an anecdote Mika Brzezinski told on “Morning Joe” not too long ago about a day when she was swimming in a heated Camp David pool with Pres. Carter, dressed in a Speedo no less, during the energy crisis, with snow on the ground. This from a man who wearing a sweater told us all to sacrifice.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    All Hail our post-racial President 😀

    http://nypost.com/2014/01/19/obama-some-folks-dont-like-me-because-im-black/

    He just keeps stirring this sh*t doesn’t he ?

    • Lulu says:

      Yes and Dennis Rodman,who is an idiot, knew when the jig was up and went to rehab because he is much more self-aware. I hope he keeps ’em coming because I personally think President Biden would be an improvement especially on the days he was sober.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    I wonder if Mitt Romney’s been asked to comment on Sochi’s security ?

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jan/20/us-plans-evacuation-sochi-olympics-terror-attack

    I’m not worried at all, we’re sending a gay delegation because Putin’s a big meanie.

    • Lulu says:

      All the terrorists have done is give Putin a pretext to wipe them out. How smart is that? Not very. Part of terrorism is supposed to be to keep their targets off balance. Telling Putin they are going to blow up his party kind of misses the point. He is going to have a bunch of them killed and it won’t be in the media.

  5. Constance says:

    ROFLMFAO… I love that Seahawk interview. It must really suck for so many people that they are having an all west Superbowl this year. What’s the world coming to when the designated sparing partners kick the ass of the anointed?

    And if anyone wants to know what he was talking about it is the fact that all the national media give east coast slanted or as a last resort, California slanted sports coverage which he just proved to be very wrong.

    • Constance says:

      I think I might buy a Seahawk jersey. I’m not allowed to watch any games except time delayed because every game I’ve ever watched, which is only about ten, the Hawks have lost. I guess I better ask the specialists on jinxing if I can wear an official jersey or even dress in team colors. Gosh! it’s just a great day to be a football winner! My tax dollars at work!

  6. DeniseVB says:

    • leslie says:

      What a guy!!!
      We are so lucky. If it weren’t for bronco there would be no days to celebrate at all. There would be no Rosa Parks or MLK or Independence day or former presidents. Can you imagine what life would be like without Teh One? /s

      ……asshat…..

  7. foxyladi14 says:

    Congrats to the winners. 🙂

  8. leslie says:

    Srsly, can someone please translate what Sherman said? I quite simply did not understand one word of it. Thank you.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I had to look it up, and it still doesn’t make sense:

      ‘Well, I’m the best corner in the game. When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that’s the result you’re gonna get …. Don’t you [Crabtree] ever talk about me! Don’t you open your mouth about the best or I’m gonna shut it for you real quick.’

      Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2542505/Video-Footage-moment-Seattle-Seahawks-player-Richard-Sherman.html#ixzz2qxdj3cbX
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      • Constance says:

        No I think the “don’t you ever talk about me!” Is directed at the media. Sherman thinks the media focused on Crabtree and other players from their preferred teams (east coast or California) and ignored him and his team, which is true. So I think his rant was directed at slanted media. I love his rant.

        • 49erDweet says:

          You may be right, but that paints him as even stupider. You “work” the media by being a great interview, not by being a loose cannon to be avoided. Logic FAIL big time for him if you are right.

        • The Klown says:

          He’s the hottest sports interview today. He was unhinged, but he didn’t say anything they have to bleep out. When he’s not fired up he’s unapologetic and outspoken.

          Ratings gold.

        • Constance says:

          I think Sherman has a communication degree from Stanford. I don’t think that is one of those schools that lowers their academic standards for jocks.

    • 49erDweet says:

      I’m thinking his rant shows “trash talk” during games is far more effective than one would think a college graduate could handle. It obviously got to him and he couldn’t shut it down. Strange man. Looks like Harbaugh might have been right years earlier to warm others he might be a loose cannon. He’s a better player BECAUSE, not in spite of his former coach. Doubt he knows that, though.

      • 49erDweet says:

        It will be interesting to watch Pete Carroll’s post super bowl take on this incident. (What ever he says now is wallpaper) I think it shortens Sherman’s Seattle sojourn. And how difficult will it be for Sherman’s agent to get him a multiyear contract with his next team, I wonder? He’s mistaken confidence for arrogance and unbelievably burned himself, IMO. Too bad.

    • Somebody says:

      Helen don’t you know Muslims are very open minded and prone to exploring other religions so that they can appreciate and understand them. Clearly Asef Mohammad was exploring the practice of baptism inside the water holding tank and adjacent pipe………nothing to see here folks, move along.

  9. piper says:

    Hope this is an open thread – if not???
    I’m looking to buy a reader – opinions on Kindle or the i-pad.

    • helenk3 says:

      I go a kindle for Christmas and I like it. I also have a nook and I like that one too. There seems to be more books available on the Kindle through Amazon.

    • DandyTIger says:

      You can go either way. The kindle app on the iPad is very nice, and you can get all the same books. It’s your same account and collection of books whether you read them on a kindle app (on iPad, windows tablet, or andoird tablet), on a kindle, or on a regular computer (via kindle on the web).

      So it’s more about cost vs. functionality. If you mostly just want to read books, then go with a kindle. If you want to use the tablet for lots of things, then I’d go with an iPad. retina iPad mini is awesome.

    • elliesmom says:

      I have both, and I prefer the Kindle for reading. Much less glare, and I can go weeks before I have to recharge the battery. A paperwhite is only around $100.

    • votermom says:

      I think you can do more stuff with an ipad, although the kindle fire is cheaper. We’ve not been lucky with kindle fire reliability though. 😦

      The paper white sounds great if it’s strictly for reading.

      • elliesmom says:

        Our house has someone in it who has to have one of everything. Hint: It isn’t me. Fire, iPad, Nexus, etc. He does share. But the one thing I bought myself is my Kindle paperwhite. It fits in my purse, has my entire reading library on it, goes two weeks between charges, and I can read in any light. No glare when it’s sunny, and lit up when it’s dark. I don’t leave it lying around because I don’t want to “lose” it.

  10. helenk3 says:

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/60559

    mamma’s do not let your babies grow up to be backtrack’s, using the color of their skin as a cop out

  11. Lulu says:

    The Vile Progs are trying to spin the Dallas Morning News story on Wendy Davis as nothing more “Wendy Davis Exposed! (As Having What Seems Like A Totally Great Ex-Husband)
    http://wonkette.com/539698/wendy-davis-exposed-as-having-what-seems-like-a-totally-great-ex-husband#qe3g16StfCmO4eIV.99

    The ex husband does one of the greatest passive-aggressive takedowns in history. He praises her and makes half ass silly excuses for her while exposing her as lying scum who abandoned her children twice and milked him for every dime. But hey whatever he says. LOL.

    • Wow! Explains a lot! Also, not totally unsurprising. His organization was always stronger than their candidate.

    • lyn says:

      I blame Obama’s media lap dogs and Obama’s personality cult of disciples for Romney’s loss. Yes, any presidential candidate should be confident, but the dog pile started with all the “gaffes” Romney made on his foreign visits and ended with his 47 percent and Benghazi comments. No one could beat Obama’s cult of personality. Knowing that would make anyone less confident. I’d vote for Romney again in a heartbeat. He always was the better candidate.

  12. helenk3 says:

    http://weaselzippers.us/montana-state-university-to-hold-condom-fashion-show/

    how much does it cost to go to this school? how many fools are paying to go there?

  13. votermom says:

    My liver hates me for the way I abused it yesterday. I think it’s plotting with my spleen to kill me. I need to go lay down before I get sick.

    Did you try drinking Sprite or Club Soda after the booze like that study Dandy found said?

  14. 49erDweet says:

    Sprite with a jigger of ruby-red grapefruit juice twice a day has minimized my hangovers for over two decades. Except it messes with my ability to read tiny screens, apparently.

  15. The Klown says:

    Mom’s back. We’re going to dinner at Applebees. My sister, son and their respective spouses along with spawn will be present too.

    I promised my liver that I would behave.

  16. The Klown says:

    From Hot Air:

    The current problem with the GOP is a lack of inspiring candidates.

    The candidates that inspire the base are despised by the GOP establishment. The candidates that inspire the GOP establishment are despised by the base. Any candidate with an (R) after their name is despised by Democrats.

    Worst of all, there is not one single Republican right now who inspires independents and swing voters.

    myiq2xu on January 20, 2014 at 7:21 PM

  17. The Klown says:

    My MLK question:

    If Martin Luther King Jr. had not been brutally murdered, would he still be venerated the same way he is today?

    • DandyTIger says:

      My guess would be the same as for JFK and RFK. Probably not.

    • Somebody says:

      I don’t know if he continued to be a leader and didn’t fall from grace or even if he did but redeemed himself it’s entirely possible. Look at Al Sharpton and Rev. Jesse, they are both very popular with the left and hugely popular in the AA community despite a LOT of issues.

      If however, MLK was more aligned with say Bill Cosby then all bets are off. It’s really hard to know, but somehow I think he would have continued to be a leader and most likely ended up running for public office.

      • The Klown says:

        The rules are different in the AA community. If you are a black leader then as long as you aren’t perceived as a race-traitor you can do pretty much anything and remain popular. OTOH if you are perceived as a race-traitor (like Clarence Thomas) it doesn’t matter how exemplary of a life you live.

        If you are a white Democrat the AA community will always back the black Democrat (if there is one) against you, even if you have a perfect record on civil rights. Just ask Hillary.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Most criminal charges claim the person doing bad things does them “willfully and unlawfully”, which implies a deliberate choice to do the bad thing fully comprehending the consequences. When the charged person is dazed or disoriented it eliminates the criminality aspect, leaving the filing of charges as proof of the abject coldhearted ruthlessness of the agency.
      They should be ashamed.

  18. DandyTIger says:

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