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Monday, February 02, 2004

The Party's Over 

Myself and two other bloggers, a liberal and a conservative, have banded together to form a new blog. I believe the format is edgy and the concept in motion should be nothing short of interesting. Here's a taste of my first post there:

Dog Snot Supports Affirmative Action
One of the most intriguing aspects of our new project is the meshing of two polar schools of thought, liberal and conservative, on the same blog. I know the line... Cats and dogs... living together!! Even during the construction phase we had our differences. Of note, I've witnessed the first case of Dog Snot Affirmative Action as Geoff attempted to placate his brother yesterday. Geoff posted his Bush/Cheney '04 campaign button and Fancy John threw a fit claiming it was entirely unfair unless he, as well, was able to display his Edward's '04 campaign button. Fair enough. We agreed and Fancy John stormed off to find an Edward's ' 04 button. His search was fruitles and as it turns out - there are no Edward's Campaign buttons to be found, anywhere. Now heres the dilemma - Fancy John proclaims it unfair for us to post a Bush/Cheney button since the Edward's Campaign either lacks the funds, manpower, or creativity to build the same. I say bullshit, we should be able to post our button. Any thoughts?

I enjoyed the week people, but the party's over. You'll find my droppings over at Dog Snot now. Adios!
posted by Gordon  # 10:28 PM

Monday, January 26, 2004


While strolling through the San Diego Zoo I came across the famous SOAK ZONE sign and had quite a laugh. Until I looked up.... And that's a story for another day!
posted by Gordon  # 12:42 AM

Sunday, January 25, 2004

"Saddam was WAAAY ahead in the civil rights field" 

The moonbats are at it again over at Atrois's fishwrapper tonight. We're arguing over wether the Iraqi people were better off before or after Saddam's regime was overturned. Yes, you heard me right. Go see for yourself. At any rate, I came across this gem of a quote. A clear contender for the Soak Zone's QUOTE OF THE WEEK.

"Saddam was WAAAY ahead in the civil rights field."

I am also saying you're a twit. But what the heck.
Jody | Email | Homepage | 01.25.04 - 6:47 pm | #

posted by Gordon  # 7:58 PM

Saturday, January 24, 2004


Why is it whenever elections come around, moonbats start slinging mud at candidates to avoid the pressing issues at hand? Even though it backfired on them the first time around, moonbats like Atrios and Skippy are trying to label Bush a deserter again. If you're going to slander someone, at least have the integrity to present evidence. Neither blogger, or their lackeys for that matter, present anything more than heresay and a few doctored documents that are irrelative to the specific charge. WHERE'S THE PROOF? How about I regurgitate some slander? Rumor has it Atrios and Skippy meet in Rest areas and bang one another like wild minks.

Have you ever been to the zoo and seen monkeys hurling their own feces at one another? Every time I visit the respective threads, that vision rears itself.
posted by Gordon  # 9:13 PM

The Soak Zone's "QUOTE OF THE WEEK" 

"Fuck you and your fucking high horse, Gordon."
Posted by RKB at January 22, 2004 07:38 AM
posted by Gordon  # 6:54 PM

Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Was that a Moose rutting? 

Most politicians bore me - but not DEAN. I may not agree with his views but I enjoy his sense of humor. Most recently, his fire and brimstone chant has me in tears every time they play it on CNN and FOX, again and again. Apparently I'm not the only one that thinks it's funny. I wasn't laughing so much at him stumbling through the States so much as at that "HIYAAAHHH" at the end! He sounds more like a Moose rutting then a cowboy.
I've never seen a guy so happy to get his ass kicked in my life! I wish Chris Farley was still alive - what a spoof he'd have made of it on Saturday Night Live.
posted by Gordon  # 1:14 AM


''America will never seek a permission slip to defend the security of our people."

posted by Gordon  # 1:10 AM

Monday, January 19, 2004

Looking for a quick trip to the Doghouse? 

Then just send this article to your better half!
The Good Wife's Guide
From Housekeeping Monthly, 13 May, 1955.

posted by Gordon  # 12:16 AM


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