Friday, April 01, 2005

BlogCompany Op/Ed

Op/Ed

Nutjob apparently felt the need to comment on a few recent events. After offering everyone donuts that she didn't have (April Fools!!!!), she started talking about Barry Bonds' girlfriend, who apparently is blabbing about his steroid use. This branched off into a discussion (don't ask me how) of mistresses recording their beau's coversations. Exhibit A was Gennifer Flowers' recording of Bill Clinton saying he hoped she got rid of his number because he wouldn't want people to know they were dating.

Nutjob: Well, we girls do that. It's called "evidence".

Thank you, you manipulative twat, for making the rest of us look bad. Yes, we are all as demented as you and sit around recording/spying on/worming into the family of our ex's or potential ex's.

She went back to her desk but the lone neuron in her brain must have fired because she jumped up again and came running over to Musketeers #1 and #3:

Nutjob: And how about that jerk!

Musketeer #3: What jerk?

Nutjob: Michael Schiavo- he won't even tell her parents where he's burying the body!

(Am I behind on my news? Has he changed his mind about cremating her?)

Musketeer #3 asked Nutjob for her feelings on the Michael Jackson case, but she either didn't hear him, or that lone neuron was busy with something else, like plotting her ex-boyfriend's public embarassment and demise.


And no Op/Ed roundup would be complete without Musketeer #1's views on the Pope.

1) The Pope is at home rather than in the hospital because he doesn't want what happened to Terry Schiavo to happen to him.

2) He better throw his hat in the ring soon, so he can be voted the next Pope.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

As soon as I heard the Pope was being fed through a tu.. I just shook my head and sighed. What a horrible position to be in - you're dying, you support life support, but you are concerned about the role you play as Pope, and how no one can take the leadership of the Church away from you - even in a vegetated state.

Pope John Paul II has brought a lot of Church doctrine actually into the 20th century (now we Catholcs are only one century behind). He's been a good leader and a great man, and if God chooses to take him, I hope He allows the Pope some grace.

Mr. Ring of Fire

10:31 AM  
Blogger SilentWitness said...

Amen.

10:39 AM  
Blogger Craig said...

So, would this be a bad time to make a "Johnny Cochrane, Frank Perdue, and the Pope walk into a bar..." joke?

10:33 PM  

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