Teh Squeaky Wheel
Good morning, Gerbil Nation!
I wonder how the three cats Mac is watching will behave when their owners caretakers return?
Not to mention whether or not they permit Mac to survive until then. (Teh equipment-toppling incident may have been a dry-run at their attempt to cause an “unfortunate accident”.)
You mean like this?
Despite my best efforts I am sure they will welcome the return of their better trained owners caretakers servants. As to the danger of a plot, I am used to watching for fresh Hell coming at me from odd directions, I have been married for 27 years. 😉
On one of my gunner forums one of the members recently said, Hey! “Yes Dear” just happens to be my wife’s nickname.
A word to the wise. perhaps?
Brenda, did you see that I 😉 ed?? Ha, ha?
I believe that LambiePieK can attest that “yes, dear” is heard rather frequently here at CasaK. (Good thing that all of my years in L.A. greatly increased my ability to fake sincerity…)
Today’s IRS hearings appear to be quite, erm, interesting:
McDermott’s a real piece of work. I shall refrain from expressing my wishes for him.
OTOH, I rather liked what this woman had to say:
Yeah, it’s all our fault. Damn peasants.
It would also seem that IRS employees refused to say who issued the orders to target conservative groups:
It’d be nice if we could simply declare all IRS employees “enemy combatants” (which I don’t think is inaccurate, based upon personal experience) and treat them accordingly.
I had to laugh this morning when Obama did a press thingie during which he whined about Republicans blocking his judicial nominees for political purposes. Why, some of those judges have been waiting months and years for an up or down vote. At the same time across the street, you got American citizens wanting to be involved in the political process who have been waiting months and years for his administration to consider their tax status.
Excusa, Fatwa Darling Snoogie-woogums — did you really indicate that your ‘Yes, Dear’ is a product of fake sincerity?!
Why, yes. Yes you did.
I’m going to have to think about that for a bit.
Mac -- I saw what you winked there.
And heya Sven and Jerry and Paddy!
Fatwa and fake sincerity!
*Ducks low and runs away*
Clearly, Fatwa is used to having the last word.
Surely you jest, Mac.
Not at all. Most long married men have the last word.
“Yes dear, I’ll take out the garbage”
“Yes dear, I’ll do the dishes”
Yes dear, whatever you say”
This is very effective in ending arguments. You have learned early. 😉
Self-preservation is a high priority; BrideO’ArbuckleK is not shy about reminding that that I need to sleep sometime.