Sent to Me from Virginia

HT to my sister




  1. caseyboy:

    Tell them not to touch that chair. I'll have a government union worker go over there to put that chair back in place once the backyard is declared a disaster area.

  2. Anonymous Mike:

    Your attempt at humor is sophomoric and mocks the terror and suffering inflicted on the residents of the tri-state area (where's Perry the Platypus when you need him?) I haven't such trauma inflicted on this community since when it snowed 8 inches back in January or maybe even the Redskins season last year

    So please show some compassion you heartless b#stard.... and think of the children, the poor children

  3. Steve W from Ford:

    But first we will need an engineering study, an EPA finding of non significance, an impact study of effects of rebuilding on the surrounding community, a prevailing wage study, all state, federal and local licenses and a FEMA loan to cover the preceeding.

  4. Not Sure:

    "But first we will need an engineering study..."

    Or they could just do as the fine government folks in California are doing to residents in Antelope Valley- declare that building codes are being violated and demand that property owners tear down their houses.

  5. Smock Puppet, Shadenfreude Expert To The Stars:


    The Weather Channel says yesterdays east coast earthquake
    was caused by an unknown fault line running under D.C. and
    through Virginia. It is now being called Obama's Fault,
    though Obama will say it's really Bush's Fault. Another
    theory is that it was the founding fathers rolling over
    in their graves, but I believe what we all thought was an
    earthquake was actually the effects of a 14.6 trillion
    dollar check bouncing in Washington.

    Wait, no... *sob*.

  6. Quizikle:

    Now hold on there...

    Better send a psychological-care crew to deal with the earthquake crew's coming trauma from the hurricane and a second clean-up crew for the hurricane damage.

    And might as well get the locust and serpent crews ready for next week