My head feels like a squishy tomato

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Apparently I had a good but not great time last night. I am still wearing clothes and there is money in my wallet but I’m out of beer and the cat refuses to come out from under the bed. I checked my car and there are no new dents or naked fat chicks in the back seat. My head hurts but judging from the taste in my mouth I didn’t puke. Not sure if I will or not but if I’m gonna I wish my stomach would get it over with.

I’m going back to bed.


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77 Responses to My head feels like a squishy tomato

  1. The Klown says:

    Oh yeah, this is an open thread.

    • 49erDweet says:

      That girl holding the poster isn’t the one you went home with once a bunch of times, is it? She looks a lot like the crossing guard in front of Juvenile Hall.

  2. leslie says:

    Hooray!!! Bronco is playing golf this weekend. Good times in the ‘hood.

  3. mothy67 says:

    Pretty sure I beat whatever you did last night. Went to the grocery store for smokes did the 50 cas back. I was only having one glass of wine. Woke up with a box of wine on my pillow and 600 in my pocket as I was still fully clad. Had that moment of what the fuck have I done now. Checked messages assuming I had to make some apologies. Nothing. Then it hit me I was playing video pocker and got a royal on a nothing bet and then some complete stranger paid me 400 dollars to do something with my eydbrows. Can you imagine walking up to somebody and saying your fat or ugly do something about it. How insulting. I know my unibrow goes crazy but I forget about it. Normal person would be insulted. Not me I am gonna have mussels and blackened swordfish with his money and not gonna pluck or trim.

  4. The Klown says:
    • lyn says:

      “Elected Democrats in Congress put very public pressure on the IRS to suppress and harass tea-party groups.” Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley was one of them. These Democrats should have been crucified in the press. Crickets.

    • swanspirit says:

      I disagree with this author on one point. I do think Obama personally ordered, instructed , participated in , directing the IRS to target Tea Party or opposition organizations. I think he is complicit . It is his mind set to go after anyone who disagrees with him.

      • Erica says:

        I think so too. He is the personification of vindictiveness.

        • 49erDweet says:

          I’d add “petty” in there, except the vast number of cases takes it far beyond that concept in a practical legal sense, but never-the-less it is the perfect word to define not the harm he causes, but his persona,

      • The Klown says:

        I bet the only person he gave the order to was his personal consigliere. She passed the instructions down the chain. But there won’t be anything in writing to prove it.

  5. votermom says:

  6. votermom says:

    • Lulu says:

      I just noticed that Gov “Pistol Pete” Perry and I wear the same glasses. We both needed to look smarter instead of just old and blind. I call it pissed off grandparent chic.

    • wmcb says:

      That was a fabulous speech by Rubio. No, he’s not the be-all end-all, and he’s a bit too cozy with the establishment for me. But his love for America comes through so clearly.

      Regardless of what I personally think, he could have very broad appeal in a general election.

      • votermom says:

        The problem with Rubio (and Christie) in the general is that they don’t know to treat the media as enemies.
        The msm will go full Romney/Palin on them and they’ll be stunned.
        Same worry I have with Rick Perry.

        • wmcb says:

          Yep. Cruz and Rand Paul are probably the two who understand that the media is THE ENEMY, especially Cruz. Though I think Rubio has wised up a bit more than, say, 2 years ago.

          Perry has been a good gov overall, but don’t want him for prez.

        • swanspirit says:

          I still have lingering feelings , that Mitt might have won with Rubio as his running mate . Can’t shake it , not that there is anything wrong with Ryan , but Rubio would have brought another segment of the voting population , by virtue of his ethnicity . It seems to be what influences a great many voters.

  7. The Klown says:
    • 49erDweet says:

      {{facepalm}} According to the unbiased female author of this “news” piece both Cruz and Rubio are “white males” but the governor of New Mexico is a “female Hispanic”. I think I’m gonna be sick.

  8. The Klown says:
    • The Klown says:

      Dems hope to focus voters on these actual positions by painting candidates as beholden to an agenda held by outside interests. The Koch brothers are a proxy for special interests in general, an easy-to-understand concept designed to create a narrative framework within which voters might reach the general conclusion that GOP candidates’ priorities aren’t in their states’ interests; they are serving something — or someone — else.

      Unlike the Democrats, who would NEVER even dream of taking money from special interests.

  9. helenk3 says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/03/06/Nearly-10-000-Casino-Union-Workers-May-Strike-Over-Obamacare

    Las Vegas casino workers threaten strike over obamacare.

    sorry I can not feel too sorry for them, they gave us harry reid and backtrack.

    KARMA IS A BITCH

  10. wmcb says:

  11. The Klown says:

    Poll question: How often do you change/wash the sheets on your bed?

    a. Daily
    b. Weekly
    c. Monthly
    d. Semi-annually
    e. What are “sheets?”

    (The #1 answer by single/divorced cisgender males of all ages was “d”)

    • wmcb says:

      Weekly, but that’s only because so long as I strip it first and leave fresh sheets out, cleaning lady will put them on. Before that, was roughly every two weeks.

  12. The Klown says:

    Is it just me or does Banfield look like a giddy fangirl?

  13. The Klown says:

    “One of the controversial topics that was very constrained in our writing at ThinkProgress in 2009 was Afghanistan.,” he wrote. “CAP had decided not to protest Obama’s surge, so most of our writing on the topic was simply neutral — we weren’t supposed to take a strong stand.”

    That was tough for Jilani, a strong opponent of the war. And as congressional opposition to the war increased over time, he found he was able to criticize the White House more directly.

    But in 2011, one post went too far.

    Jilani had just published a story — “one of the most successful things [he] had ever written at that point” — which indicated troops levels at the end of Obama’s Afghan “surge” would actually be higher than at any point in the George W. Bush administration. And it came complete with a graph, which congressional opponents of the war took into committee hearings on Capitol Hill.

    The Obama administration was furious.

    “Phone calls from the White House started pouring in,” Jilani claimed, “berating my bosses for being critical of Obama on this policy . . . Soon afterwards all of us ThinkProgress national security bloggers were called into a meeting with CAP senior staff and basically berated for opposing the Afghan war and creating daylight between us and Obama.”

  14. 49erDweet says:

    “And happily,…” said Peter Rabbit’s Mummy, “..all has ended well.”
    The End.

    • wmcb says:

      All the cons I follow on twitter were saying Rand got the most applause at CPAC (even those not wild about him admitted that.) Also, they almost unanimously want Santorum to shut up and go away. There is concern that Rand’s FP stance is too isolationist, but I dunno, he strikes me as more of a practical compromiser than his dad is.

      Rubio avoided immigration in his speech, Rand avoided FP in his. That’s where each of them has weakness with various parts of the GOP base.

      • The Klown says:

        I have narrowed my choices for 2016 to current and former governors.

        • helenk3 says:

          I am hoping that Scott Walker decides to run. He has the backbone that republicans seem to have lost. He wins and takes no prisoners.
          there are some really good choices for vice president in the republican party.
          Jan Brewer, Ben Carson, Nicky Haley, Bobby Jindel and some others

  15. The Klown says:

    #nottrue

  16. votermom says:

    • votermom says:

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/10684770/Malaysia-Airlines-loses-contact-with-plane-carrying-239-people.html

      A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 people bound for Beijing has lost contact with air traffic control after leaving Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur.
      The airline said in a statement that Flight MH370 disappeared Saturday at 2:40am local time (1840 GMT Friday). It was carrying 227 passengers, including two infants, and 12 crew members.
      “Malaysia Airlines is currently working with the authorities who have activated their search and rescue team to locate the aircraft,” the carrier said.
      The plane, a Boeing 777-200, left Kuala Lumpur 41 minutes after midnight Saturday, and had been due to arrive in Beijing at 6:30 am local time (2230 GMT Friday).
      A spokeswoman said she could not immediately provide further details.

  17. The Klown says:

    I guess I should post this one too:

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