May 31, 2005

Welcome, Ladies and Gentlemen, to

Welcome, Ladies and Gentlemen, to the Inaugural of the Cotillion!

Please allow me to introduce myself
I'm a woman of wealth and taste
I've been around for a long, long year
Stole many a man's soul and faith

And I was 'round when Emperor Misha
Had his moment of doubt and pain
Made damn sure that Ace
Washed his hands and sealed his fate

Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game *

We ladies have gathered together for the presentation of these dazzling darlings of the blogosphere, and yes, proper etiquette dictates that you shall kindly direct your devoted attention to each of these fine young women! Please, gentlemen callers, remove your hats indoors in their presence! I do declare!

So, on to the lovely ladies! (No, not on them...oh, nevermind. Bless your hearts.)

Laziness may appear attractive, but work gives satisfaction. Anne Frank

Laziness, indeed. Florida Cracker finds a bit of (well, unsurprising) laziness in a "would-be moving" story in the Houston Chronic(le). Nice try there, buddy boy, but no cigar.

It is certainly safe, in view of the movement to the right of intellectuals and political thinkers, to pronounce the brain death of socialism. Norman Tebbit
Girl on the Right certainly is the RightGirl to show us how silly unions are. Whining about the Blue Man Group? Because they're eeevil American Kapitalists? Obviously if that's a big complaint to the socialists, they're pretty much, as RightGirl says, in "a socialist utopia."
The campaign of fear now being waged against genetic modification is based largely on fantasy and a complete lack of respect for science and logic.

Dr. Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace (!)

Ilyka Damen takes on food moonbats and their irrational opposition to genetically-modified foods. Hey, weren't those wackos freaking out in the 80's about worldwide famine? Now they oppose a viable solution to starvation, apparently because someone might turn a profit (the horror!) in the process. Go figure, eh?

You might be a bad driver see more middle fingers than a manicurist.
Kellipundit finds proof that Rhode Island drivers are, as she suspected, the worst in the country. (Left-turns on red are practically legal, it seems.) Fortunately for her, she's only got a few weeks left there to make it out of there in one piece.

Promiscuity turns sex into a sport, like arm-wrestling. Mason Cooley
You know how at certain blogs (I'll leave names out of it), it seems like every other day there's yet another "NSFW" T&A picture of some model or starlet? Never fear, SondraK is here to even things out. "Just because." Here's another for y'all from me, "just because" fair is fair. This post, however, is perfectly safe unless your work can't tolerate moonbatty humor. ;-)

Good is a point of view, Anakin. And the Jedi point of view is not the only valid one. *
Little Miss Attilla writes a great review of Revenge of the Sith that makes me actually think about going to see it, where I really didn't care to before. Rather than the usual "this is what happened" review, she writes of the psychological and philosophical story in the movie, that of the transformation from good to evil. I can already see the clumsy lefty undertones. (Typical Hollywood.)

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,... *
Mamamontezz' post shows yet another stupid activist judge, yet this one didn't make the kind of ruling you might expect. This time, it's about a judge in Indianapolis who has ruled that some parents cannot teach their nine year-old child their religious beliefs. Ugh.

Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance. Psalms 33:12
Merri muses upon the immeasurable blessings our children have as Americans, particularly in contrast with the children in Afghanistan and Iraq, where their lives are in grave danger every day. While we spend our time thinking about trivial things, those brave children stumble across live weapons and (as I noted here) are used as props for terrorists.

Among mortals second thoughts are wisest. Euripides
Stacy, a.k.a. Not a Desperate Housewife, writes about the importance of personal responsibility, and what can happen when caution is thrown to the wind. Even though we always have the right to our safety and to "say no," acting responsibly is always the wise choice.

With this, ladies and gentlemen callers, I bid you adieu and affectionately request that you direct your faithful attention to the other two groups of ladies, courtesy of the lovely and talented Miss Jody and Miss Janette!
It has been my greatest pleasure to *cough* entertain *cough* you!

Written by Beth at My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy....

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