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Saturday, October 16, 2004

Saturday Is the New Monday

Eees too cold for bike! I walk to work.

Who can know the evil that lurks in the hearts of men? Or, put another way, who can know when these motoring men are executing left-hand turns? Nobody can know! No blinkers! No indicators! That is why I welcomed the conceal-and-carry crap enacted last year in Minnesota. Because as soon as those generous laws are followed up with some “Quick Pedestrian Justice” immunity-type laws, I will be, as they say in my country, “in hog heaven.”

I won’t actually shoot anyone; I will merely wave my piece around in an unhinged, cringe-worthy manner. At that point, I will probably be shot by a fellow pedestrian who is protecting her young.

1 Comments:

Blogger Chris Cope said...

Last night I had a dream that John Kerry wanted to be my friend and he kept turning to me for inspirational quotes. I felt pretty cool about having such a potentially powerful guy as a pal, but at the same time, he seemed a little creepy.

Personal space, John; I enjoy it. You don't have to speak directly into my ear all the time.

After a while I was thinking: "Just go and be president, already. Cripes."

My comment has nothing to do with your post. I just thought I'd let you know about my dream. Here's the comment that I have about your post: The mental image of you dancing about in growling circles waving a handgun is terrifying to me. Seriously. Even, though I've known you for years and am relatively confident that I would not be the recipent of your pedestrian justice, I would be flat on the pavement finding religion.

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