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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Open Letter to Uncommon Descent

Funny.

Shimmies to After the Bar Closes.

P.S. Hawt, passionate, long-denied love has blossomed in athy-ville. More later.

UPDATED: JanieBell sent me a link to this:
I'll stuff it full of glitter and a kazoo.
And I want to say something to all the fun folks at Uncommon Descent (oh, JHC, here she goes again): we fight about evolution, global warming 'n such, but I know what life's really about and I wish this happiness on everyone...sincerely. So there it is, my purpose, my meaning - the answer to those questions you launched at me about what an atheist believes in.
Okay, group-hug is over.
PLAY BALL! ;-)

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17 Comments:

Anonymous JanieBelle said...

Oh, you must give hawt, passionate details!

GIVE US THE SMUT! (with pictures and video, please - powerpoint, maybe?)

;)

Kisses

August 21, 2007 7:33 AM  
Anonymous JanieBelle said...

Oh you so need one of these.

I just came across that whilst looking for an image.

Kisses

August 21, 2007 7:51 AM  
Blogger Kristine said...

Sorry, no details, not for a while - maybe I shouldn't have said anything (I realize that the link might make people think it's Breakerslion, which it is not. Sorry if I wigged you, BL!). I feel like telling the world, though. Proclaiming it to the skies! Dancing across the galaxy!

He's wonderful.

And oh I so need one of those! It's going onto my post right now! Thank you!

August 21, 2007 9:31 AM  
Blogger Rev. Barking Nonsequitor said...

"why do birds suddenly appear..."

Ya know, Hal David wasn't such a bad lyricist really.

August 21, 2007 11:59 AM  
Blogger Kristine said...

Now, see? (I love that song BTW.)

When you go from Bach to Bacharach you know it's time to clear some space under your bed for more shoes. ;-) Think you're bad? Do you remember that 70's song "Magnate and Steel"? Uh-huh.

Well, at least it's spiritual, when you know that the creationists only want one thing.

August 21, 2007 12:17 PM  
Blogger Rich Hughes said...

WHY DO BIRDS SUDDENLY APPEAR
EVERY TIME, YOU ARE NEAR
COULD IT BE, THEY ALSO SEE
BREADCRUMS IN YOUR MUSTACHE?

HOMOS.

August 21, 2007 2:40 PM  
Blogger Kristine said...

Rev. Barky isn't going to understand the "homos" inside joke, Rich you friggin' warlock. He's gonna misunderstand it, unless I 'splain.

Explanation: it has to do with how DaveScot moderates Uncommon Descent and also with Homo sapiens (is that right?).

The dear Rev. and I have a lot of inside jokes that you shimmy-poos at AtBC don't understand, either! Hahaha! So go stew in Chicagger, serves you right. The world is my cauldron, wha ha!

August 21, 2007 2:47 PM  
Blogger Rich Hughes said...

Get postin' about Steve steve's trip, squirrel brain!

August 21, 2007 4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used to have Curtis Mayfield's live version of that song on vinyl.

August 21, 2007 5:52 PM  
Blogger Kristine said...

I used to have Curtis Mayfield's live version of that song on vinyl.

"Get postin' about Steve steve's trip, squirrel brain"? ;-)

Okay, bad joke, I'm on it tonight, you cranky old yank!

August 21, 2007 6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yikes! My memory is getting bad. The Carpenters' song that Curtis Mayfield did was "We've Only Just Begun". Disregard what I said before. Carry on.

Janine

August 21, 2007 8:47 PM  
Blogger Kristine said...

I loved the Carpenters! I read this alty-rock rag that dissed them as "vacuous" and "hideous" - what the hell? And why did some tiny "zine" that was essentially stapled together at Kinko's need to attack Karen Carpenter in the year 2002? I get so tired of cynical people who don't believe in love, or who can't let themselves to be vulnerable and romantic, or who are so desperate to be seen as "cool" that they can't allow themselves or anyone else to enjoy something frivolous and pleasurable.

August 21, 2007 9:17 PM  
Anonymous J-Dog said...

You said: When you go from Bach to Bacharach you know it's time to clear some space under your bed for more shoes. ;-) Think you're bad? Do you remember that 70's song "Magnate and Steel"? Uh-huh.

Kristine - No.

I believe the correct words to that song you're thinking of is "For you are a maggot, and I am veal".

Thought you should know. :)

BUT, let me reiterate Mr. Hughes' request: Hey! Where's The Effing Story?! Huh?

And, of course, don't forget to post the freaking pictures of what ever it is you are talking about on your post.

But it sounds like it's good for you, so if it is, then Way To Go!

August 21, 2007 9:23 PM  
Blogger Scott Hatfield . . . said...

You know, Kristine, I like the way you deal with creationists. You give them a hard time, but you don't honor them with hate. I love your attitude, and I think the kind of God that I can believe would love it too. If not, then piss on Him.

With great admiration....SH

(PS It's a good thing I'm married, or I'd be jealous of the object of your affections. Sigh.)

(PPS The character string that cam up for comment verification was: faaab. Strangely apropos!)

August 21, 2007 10:50 PM  
Blogger Kristine said...

And, of course, don't forget to post the freaking pictures of what ever it is you are talking about on your post.

J-Dog, with your "heh, heh, he's a maggot, she is meat" metaphor, you have a dirty enough mind to not need pics! ;-)

You know, Kristine, I like the way you deal with creationists.

You mean, running away from Crandaddy's questions all the time because I can't understand half of what he's talking about? (Then I launch surrealism at him. Geez.)

(PS It's a good thing I'm married, or I'd be jealous of the object of your affections. Sigh.)

Yeah, I was kind of wondering...

(PPS The character string that cam up for comment verification was: faaab. Strangely apropos!)

I had zpork. Somebody's gonna be a busy little maggot in the future. :-D

August 21, 2007 11:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, I cannot say I liked The Carpenters but I cannot say I hated them either. Just not my type of music. But I did watch a bootleg copy of Superstar and did like it. Who would have thought that a touching movie could be made starring Barbie dolls?

There were plenty of so called alt bands who loved The Carpenters. You must remember this tribute album from 1994? http://www.rhapsody.com/album/ifiwereacarpenter
(Sorry, I need to find out how to create links for when the board does not automaticly make them.)
And who could forget Sonic Youth's 'Karen's Song(Dirty Tunic)' from their album 'Goo'?

As for 'zines, they come in all stripes. There are others that will call Karen Carpenter one of the greatest singers.

Janine

August 21, 2007 11:56 PM  
Blogger Brockeim said...

Fun mug! Anytime mugs are involved with libraries, I'm impressed.

Books are good food. Wash them down with coffee.

Brockeim

Brockeimia: The Absurd World of Brockeim: humor | romance | Slim-Fast

Bits of Nonsense Come in Threes

August 24, 2007 5:29 PM  

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