I’m trying to get into this holiday spirit and have a good time but it’s hard.
I spent over 20 years watching my grandpa make that damn homemade egg nog in the kitchen on New Years Eve and not once did I ask for the recipe. That sucks. I refuse to use another recipe.
If they were giving out awards for Christmas lights in my neighborhood I wouldn’t get a certificate of participation for as ugly as mine are. I feel like going out there right now and pull them all down. It’s embarrassing.
Someone threw his shoes at our stressed out president and people thought it was funny. I was scared. Do you really want to push this man over the edge with all the stuff going on now? You know he’s about to snap because when he ducked the shoes and looked back up he had the same disturbed grin on his face as my boy Rodney who grew up in a project apartment with led paint.
Do black people play Guitar Hero? I might buy it if they had a funk option on there and I could play bass like Bootsy Collins.
New Orleans East now has two new buffets and a Waffle House. Our restaurant scene is booming!!
Is there anything worse than the secret Santa at work? The worst person in the world is the one that goes out and buys those scented shower kits that Wal Mart puts in that holiday aisle with no consideration for male employees who might pull that gift. I would rather get the cinnamon scented candle than the cucumber and lilac flavored shower gel and body powder.
Speaking of Wal Mart…since everyone is losing money and jobs except for them, shouldn’t we put them in charge of the economic crisis? The only drawback to this would be everywhere you went there would be someone at the door to check your receipt.
How crazy is it that one guy on Wall Street scammed people for twice the amount of the auto industry bailout? It’s amazing what you can get away with when you are smart and have lots of money. You can steal whatever you like. Meanwhile everyone’s acting like the auto workers are destroying the country because they make too much. Has anyone looked around
I totally understand Senator David Vitter’s opposition to the auto bailout. After all, like the other southern senators he has to protect the investment Toyota, Nissan, and Honda made in his distr……..never mind. That was written after my last glass of egg nog was spiked too heavy.
My first prediction of 2009: After the mayor and city council drive every sanitation company out of the city the citizens of
The state and the city are both having budget problems. All I ask is that when you get ready to kick the programs that help the black community in the ass you wear soft shoes.
The Roots are having a free concert at the main library next Saturday (thanks E.) It’s my last chance to see them before they become Jimmy Fallon’s house band and lose the entire cult following they built up over the years. The first time they have to play Pop Goes the Weasel when Jimmy Fallon introduces the 10 year old boy that can do Calculus will be a crossroads day for me. At least I have the old material to fall back on.