Saturday, April 16, 2011

A Palin/Bachman Ticket's What We Need!

ALL: A Palin/Bachman ticket's what we need
(Dontcha know!)
To trounce the gangster POTUS and take the lead
(Dontcha know!)
Palin is the thinking man's Bachmann
Bachmann is the female
Ann Coulter!
A Palin/Bachman Ticket will succeed
(You betcha!)
To dumb down the electorate
so they'll drink all their tea!
(You betcha!)
A Pailin/Bachman ticket is the way
Sorry if you're poor, brown or gay
A Palin/Bachman ticket,
to guide us through the thicket
To the day
When we say
Sarah Palin
President of the U.S.A!
Thanks to M.B. for bringing this video to my attention.

P.S. I have heard that putting up a youtube IS NOT ENOUGH WORK for a blog post.

So here are a few pictures.

This squirrel is looking for a good home (prefers an attic in Milwaukee):



Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

Pretty damn funny, Thunder...and I'm relieved you have a picture of a NORMAL, NON-UGLY squirrel for once. Although...I still haven't decided if I agree with those folks who say that that squirrels are just rats with fluffy tails.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

zrm might have an opinion on that topic, vs...

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Please to tell Mr. Squirrel that WE KNOW HOW TO DEAL WITH HIS KIND over here.

Randal Graves said...

A video is probably TOO MUCH WORK for a blogpost. Stop brown-nosing the internets.

Jennifer said...

Nice squirrel. I counted 11 running around in the backyard this morning... snarfing up all the birdseed...

Substance McGravitas said...

Hmm, hungry all of a sudden...

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

Erm...for squirrel or birdseed? Cuz either one is pretty weird.

Smut Clyde said...

Jennifer's squirrels GO UP TO 11.

mikey said...

A carefully butchered squirrel should yield two "drumsticks" and a couple of one to two ounce fillets. Marinate in a sweet white wine with tarragon, diced Serrano chillies, and cillantro for a few hours. Dust with seasoned flour, dredge in half and half and roll in birdseed to cover. Tap off the excess and fry in very hot peanut oil very quickly, no more than a minute for the fillets and two and a half minutes for the legs. Serve on a bed of polenta with an avocado/ranch/cilantro dipping sauce and fresh, warm flatbread.

Bon Appetite!!

M. Bouffant said...

Squirrel stuffed w/ birdseed. Talk about your delicacies!

And please. Posting videos is a lot of work. One must re-size the effing thing. And come up w/ a clever title.

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

mikey, leave out the squirrel and the birdseed and I'm game. Well, I guess technically the squirrel is the game...but you know what I mean.

Also, Blogger couldn't make it much easier to post vids. Just click the little black vid icon, do the YouTube search, and Blogger sizes the thing for you. It's so simple even a zombie could do it.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

My "Toad School" method is to take the same section of youtube embedding code I've been using forever and just change the 11 character video identifier in the two places that it appears.

Hamish Mack said...

That bee thing on the blue flower is ugly. It's like nature gets near to a Sarah Palin reference and goes bad

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

You're harshing my buzz, A.K.!

Don't you know that's a Carpenter Bee? You know who else was a carpenter, don't you?

P.S. From Whackypedia:

Flowers with five petals fused into a tube, five stamens, and a central pistil (carpel) are borne in mid-spring in nodding cymes at the end of arched stems. Buds are pink-tinged, changing to sky-blue as they open. White flowers occur rarely.

Stamen and pistil are spaced too far apart for self-fertilization. The flower can be pollinated by bumblebees, but due to its funnel shape, bumblebees must hover, making the bumblebee a rare pollinator.

Butterflies are the most common pollinators, because they can easily perch on the edges and still enjoy the nectar.

I'm guessing that Carpenter Bee was cutting to the chase, as it were.

Hamish Mack said...

How wood I know what a carpenter bee looks like? I'll just say what I saw, let the chips fall where they will.
Iffen I want insect recognition courses I'll axe for them!

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

I'll just say what I saw, let the chips fall where they will.

I lawlded, I did...

Nutkin isn't shy. My neighbor trained the squirrels in his yard to take peanuts from his pocket.