Sleepy Sunday Open Thread


It’s 3:40 am, I need to get some sleep and I can’t find anything I want to write about.

I’m taking two Fukitol and going back to bed.

I ain’t making no promises for later.

PS: I hate it when I’m laying in bed drifting off to sleep and I hear the cat puking on the rug. (Apparently among her other charms, Catness is a puker.) Part of me wants to go to sleep and clean it up later and the other part is afraid I’ll forget and step in it when I wake up.


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99 Responses to Sleepy Sunday Open Thread

  1. The Klown says:

    Maybe I should get a dog to clean-up after the cat?

    • SHV says:

      Tara and Johnny kinda grew on you as the competition went on. They better than the “prime time” crew.

      • leslie says:

        they absolutely were better than those prime timers. They knew when to stop talking. And their comments sounded more informed and sincere.

        • 49erDweet says:

          Excuse me. I’m gonna join Catness and puke on the rug here. Johnny did well, IMO. But about half of Tara’s could have as well been said by a Barbie. I suffered in silence for 2 hours until my honey had enough and exploded on Tara’s too frequent inane generalizations, ie: “The whole world celebrated with her when she won the gold in XXXX”. We Tivo everything sp fast-forwarded through their on-camera stints, but her voice overs were not good.

          • leslie says:

            You must’ve had the opportunity to watch more than I. I admit I didn’t watch most of the days, but when I did watch, I thought Tara was way better than Sandra Bezic or whatever her name was. I wanted to throw things at the teevee screen when she was commenting.

          • 49erDweet says:

            Well now I’m wondering if that’s who it was we heard. We only watched tivoed action. (The FF key wears out on our remotes). Sounded like the intellectual depth of a 12 year old. We never did see her face or catch her name. I may owe Tara an apology.
            For my gentle wife to say something critical, and even agree with me, was a tad unsettling.:-)

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    • lyn says:

      LOL. I remember not caring at around 9 p.m. on Nov. 4, 2008, in southern Oregon. Obama’s election did not move me. I was right about him. It’s too bad our nation was stupid enough to re-elect him.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think we need to hold an intervention on The Spoon if he still feels that way.

      I voted for Sarah in 2008 🙂 I remember when Obama won, “meh, I’ll give this blank slate guy a year”. It only took me 3 months to hit the streets with the Tea Party when BO was doubling down on the Bush stupids. There was no hope for change at that point, and it’s gotten worse.

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  6. angienc says:

    Only 1 week until the Academy Awards and I’m the only one who has signed up for the the annual The Crawdad Hole Oscar Pick ‘Em Game. And I kind of don’t count since I “created” the pool. So come on guys, sign up!

    This game is free & open to everyone who posts here but you need the pool name & password to register & make your picks at link below:

    Pool Name is: TCH2014
    Password is: crawdad
    Link is:

    Go to the link, join & make your Oscar picks.

  7. Somebody says:

    I don’t go to the movies very often. I tend to wait for the redbox release, so I’d be taking a stab in the dark. I’d definitely qualify as a lofo voter!

    • lyn says:

      “Dallas Buyers Club” is the only one I’ve seen. I also wait for DVDs or streaming.

    • DeniseVB says:

      LOL, I voted like a LoFo too. The movies I see usually show up at the Razzies 😀

    • Constance says:

      I also don’t pay attention to Hollywood so I wouldn’t know what to vote for. I used to keep up on Movies when my kids were younger and I had to parentally control what they saw. My son snuck out and saw “Saw” and he stopped watching movies altogether after that including “Harry Potter”. I go to the Thursday night movie series at the art museum. Right now they are showing Italian movies from the 40’s and 50’s and they are great movies. A little communist leaning but still the visuals and characters are great and they are far less sexist than current Hollywood movies. I did see “Frozen” last week and enjoyed it. I was surprised that the theater was packed even though that movie came out at Thanksgiving.

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  11. helenk3 says:

    God help this country in the future. responsibility for your own actions is no longer a requirement

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      • Constance says:

        I realize this is outside the New York/DC frame of reference but check out the Gates Foundation. Warren Buffet and Bill Gates who took turns being the richest man in the world for many years give billions to various causes through the foundation.

        Also is Myerson implying the government does a good job of supporting socially optimal investments? NO the party who runs government does a great job of directing graft and pay offs to their cronies. If anything trickles down to the poor it’s a miracle.

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    Today is my birthday. I got a card from my husband saying, in part, the following:

    The home we make together
    is my haven from life’s storms,
    my quiet center,
    the best part of my world.
    And you are the heart of it all,
    bringing out the beauty
    in our ordinary days,
    reminding me how good
    married life can be.

    Inside this sweet, mushy, lovely sentiment is an instructor contact card, and a certificate for some advanced courses at Alamo Tactical and the brand new gun of my choice. Damn, but that man knows me so well. 🙂

  17. The Klown says:

    I wasn’t disappointed. I love my country but I don’t feel the need for us to win everything.

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  19. mothy67 says:

    Because of my newly acquired Netflix addiction I noticed something that I had never considered. Watched the 13 episodes of Hemlock Grove( An original series sort of like Twilight meets American Horror with an interesting twist on the love angle) over two days.— Credits are a very strange thing. A 50 minute show spends 2 to 3 of those with their own names splattered across the screen. Why would I care who the executive producers are. Find it peculiar as Hollywood so often aligns itself with what borders on communism and one would think that such homage would be an anathema. Never took much notice of it before but had also never binge watched anything. When I actually pondered it seemed like a very strange tradition.

  20. The Klown says:

    He’s probably never been to Walmart either:

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