The mind wanders

So does the eye, eventually:

Sarah Palin and John McCain

And let’s face it, if you had to sit there and listen to Sean Hannity, your mind would wander too.


  1. paulsmos »

    10 October 2008 · 8:39 am

    What’s wrong with a red-blooded American male appreciating the pulchritude of a winsome lass? Your not going pooftah on us are you?. Get thee to the apothecary and get some elixir to stimulate them ‘nads….yeah I know, if not used they tend to become vestigial.

  2. Tatyana »

    10 October 2008 · 10:52 am

    I thought you proud yourself of being able to appreciate nice…er…extremities, shoved or not? Why do you deny that same appreciation to others?

    In any case, I would rather lidten to Hannity than to any other talking heads. He was the one who broke the story about the Dear Pastor Wright; something the Left has been trying to wrigle out ever since – unsuccessfully, as it’s ironproof. So he deserves my attention.

  3. McGehee »

    10 October 2008 · 1:31 pm

    Hannity? Even Ronald Reagan’s voice in my earpiece would have trouble keeping my attention if I was sitting next to those legs.

  4. CGHill »

    10 October 2008 · 5:36 pm

    It’s 1979, and I’m sitting in the VFW hall fixating on a pair of gams a couple of tables down. Nothing is said until the end of whatever it was I was attending, at which time the following is revealed:

    “You do realize that one of these is made out of wood, don’t you?”

    It pays to be a bit circumspect, or at least a bit more than I was in those days.

  5. McGehee »

    10 October 2008 · 7:09 pm

    At least you (probably) didn’t dissolve into giggles with a certain suppressed retort.

  6. CGHill »

    10 October 2008 · 7:20 pm

    I was too busy being mortified to be amusing.

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