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I'm pretty sure he'd just be confused by its utter irrelevence to everything.
5/28/2011 8:20:22 AM
A fairy tale for Jessica:
Once upon a time, there was a chicken who tried to bake a cake. His friends the mouse and the cat tried to tell him that he was doing it wrong, but he did it his way because he was stubborn. He put in funny things like pepper and kumquats and avocados. And then he burned the cake. His friend the dog tried to fix the cake, but he couldn't do much more than pick out the kumquats and put frosting on top. Then the chicken and all his friends blamed the dog for ruining the cake.
Perhaps we should send this to all of Bush's followers.
5/28/2011 9:22:38 AM
"Once upon a time, there was a chicken who tried to bake a cake. His friends the mouse and the cat tried to tell him that he was doing it wrong, but he did it his way because he was stubborn. He put in funny things like pepper and kumquats and avocados. And then he burned the cake. His friend the dog tried to fix the cake, but he couldn't do much more than pick out the kumquats and put frosting on top. Then the chicken and all his friends blamed the dog for ruining the cake."
...so instead, the mouse, cat and dog decided to forgo early dessert, and went for the main course:
And they all lived happily ever after. Except the chicken. >:D
5/28/2011 10:36:27 AM
Well, Obama is THE PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES. If that man is a sloth, there is no hope for humankind.
5/28/2011 11:00:31 AM
The Little Red Hen told her friends she wanted to bake a cake and they could join in. The mouse, the dog and the cat invested all the ingredients they each had, since the synergy would create a product worth more then it's individual components.
But the hen got greedy. She wanted to have her cake and eat it too, so she borrowed some more ingredients from a large store and speculated on the value the cake would have after it cooled.
It turned out a few hens were baking cakes, so when the cake cooled, the value was only a percentage of what the individual ingredients had been worth.
The hen had to surrender the cake to a bank. She and her friends the mouse, the dog and the cat lost everything they had and had to work two extra jobs each to pay off the extra borrowed ingredients, plus triple compound interest.
The hen commited suicide, the mouse became a prostitute, the dog got killed selling crack and the cat skipped town after shooting his wife and kids.
The motto?: Fuck Jessica.
5/28/2011 12:45:18 PM
I was with you until the last couple of sentences.
A nice review of a children's book...followed by Far-Right stupidity.
5/29/2011 5:06:39 AM
So.... The Hen tried to encourage the Mouse, the Dog and the Cat to contribute their share of the work. They didn't want to because they were much more interested in the pursuit of their individual freedoms to bother contributing to something which would see them only get part of the reward.
Thus, the worker Hen who was willing to work co-operatively with the rest of the animals got the most reward while the selfish animals got none.
The moral of this story is that people are better off when working collectively towards a goal from which they take their equal share of the profit
You keep reading those books and your kids will grow up to be good little socialists
5/29/2011 3:13:44 PM
~Working On a Full House~=/=~Playing With a Full Deck~
5/30/2011 11:12:12 AM
Reminds me of those internet ads where some local mom finds a $5 cure for something that's normally expensive to fix. This one would read "Local mom finds $5 cure for socialism. What Obama DOESN'T want you to see!"
5/30/2011 11:45:44 AM
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