Sound Destruction: GOOD CARTOON

Sunday, April 24, 2005

GOOD CARTOON

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In case you can't read...it does say BUSH on the back of his shirt.

9 Comments:

Blogger SheaNC said...

Notice how it also shows that drilling in the Arctic does not produce enough oil to do anything buut damage (for everyone except energy company stockholders).

9:35 AM  
Anonymous bulldog said...

Hmmm...
Just wondering how many of you who are complaining about drilling for oil drive SUVs or gas-guzzling vehicles??!!

1:47 PM  
Blogger Nedhead said...

Word, bulldog. How many drive the speed limit? Gradually press the accelerator? Decrease speed very gradually? Don't warm up their car for more than 2 minutes on a cold day? Shut off the AC as often as possible? The list can go on....

2:20 PM  
Blogger SheaNC said...

I drive a volkswagen, man! And one of them is a 1967 microbus :)

10:07 PM  
Blogger strider said...

honda here.

and i never break the speed limit.

never ever.

12:00 AM  
Blogger strider said...

I was thinking....

'bulldog'

sounds familiar...

where do I know that name from...

OH YEAH....

ARE YOU JEFF GANNON?

I know Jeff Gannon's nickname at the white house was 'bulldog'...could it be?

I mean its not every day you have a gay male escort who worked for...I mean AT the white house visiting your blog.

YOU ARE FAMOUS...I JUST DID A POST ABOUT YOU!

WOW

thanks bulldog...you rule.

12:00 PM  
Blogger Sar said...

Hee hee, that was funny Strider!

Bulldog - It would seem to me that if folks are intelligent enough to understand why drilling in the Artic is a bad idea, they're also intelligent enough to understand why "SUVs or gas-guzzling vehicles" are an equally bad idea.

Shea - Strider & I grew up tooling around town in our parent's VW van. It was yellow with a cool racing stripe.

2:59 PM  
Anonymous bulldog said...

Not quite, Strider. I'm just a "bulldog" from Athens, Georgia...

8:30 PM  
Blogger Sar said...

Ah, so it's a mascot-inspired name. Well, in that case, you're still welcome to stop by here! :)

9:38 AM  

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