March 22, 2008

Happy Easter


Remember, don't talk about housing...

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yay Easter!In the not too distant future the EasterBunny will come back like a Thief in the night,and give us all free houses!
Shakster

Anonymous said...

Funny...but seriously a good point.

Roccman said...

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Try to buy more than 50 pounds of flour at Costco lately?

Bwhahahahahahahahahaha!!!!

Enjoy the dieoff!!!!!!!!!!

LauraVella said...

Happy Easter to all my fellow Hp'ers!

Anonymous said...

Another thing to not talk about is credit cards.

I was at a busy gas station/mini mart yesterday standing about 4 deep in line at the counter. I notice people walking away from the counter leaving their purchase behind. The line is moving quickly and I overhear the clerk say "we don't accept credit cards only debit and cash".

Anyone else seen this lately or is this an isolated incident? Maybe problems with credit card limits or something. One thing I can say is it was kinda nice to get through the checkout so quickly.

james said...

That sheep is giving me a very sexy look.


/Hey, you said no housing talk.

Anonymous said...

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The Lord Jesus Christ came into the world 'to save sinners'.....and all of you are sinners but,

SO AM I.......and I am the worst!


1Tim 1:15

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Peter T said...

Keith, I wish you a Happy Easter, too, I wonder though about the picture you chose - did you want to relate to the traditional Easter lamb or to sheeple to be shorn?

edd said...

When I saw the ignorant
comments by the infamous
Pastor Wright, I thought
Obama was toast.

But I did not know how special or
wide-ranging was Obama's speech
on March 18th, until I listened
to it all today.

It is the most impressive chain of
nuanced thinking that I can recall,
and I have a baseline for measure.
My impression is that Barack
likely wrote most or all of it;
few speechwriters could.

Now I think he can be more than
Franklin Roosevelt; maybe more
than Theodore Roosevelt. Maybe
even a Jefferson or Lincoln.
I can see that he did not preside
over the Harvard Law Review
except based on merit.

If you have not heard the entire
speech, you can find it at
youtube.com/watch?v=zrp-v2tHaDo
( http://tinyurl.com/3c82tp )

It helps to only hear the words.
I don't support some of his plans,
but now I will to vote for him.
Hillary and McCain now seem
as if pathetic midgets.

Anonymous said...

edd said...


Now I think he can be more than
Franklin Roosevelt; maybe more
than Theodore Roosevelt. Maybe
even a Jefferson or Lincoln.
I can see that he did not preside
over the Harvard Law Review
except based on merit.

Did you see the picture of the sheeps and think this post was for you?