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Greg said…
So true about gas.
nonamedufus said…
It's a sham. Prices needn't be that high, especially when oil company execs pull in multi-millions n bonuses.
quirkyloon said…
Why do you think I'm looking into recumbent bikes? The prices at the pump are too pumped up for me! Eeeek!

And I love, "What whimpering noise?"

hehehe

And the "stab in the backistan..."

Mighty good choices Sir!
nonamedufus said…
A recumbent exercise bike is still a stationary bike, Quirks. Sure it doesn't need any gas. But it doesn't move.

I liked the Newt cartoons this week...especially throwing his pants into the ring. Ha, ha.
I especially like the one with the Lakers. I've never liked the Lakers and it's about time somebody put a boot in their ass. :)
nonamedufus said…
I ran a cartoon this week on Tumblr that said" There's nothing I like more than watching Kobe Bryant winning than watching Kobe Brant losing. Hell, they can't win ALL the time!
00dozo said…
Oh, gawd! I can't wait 'till the NBA finals are over. We might finally get some new episodes of something, I hope.

We already have a gekko, but do we really need to hear the rantings of a newt for four years? Oh, wait - he's already at it.

Good picks, as usual, dufus.

;-)
nonamedufus said…
We've had our turn here in Canada. Now it's silly season in the U.S. Donald Trump? Newt Gingrich? C'mon, is that the best the Republicans have?
00dozo said…
Donald the Tramp, Newt the Green-grinch - hey, if they add Sarah the FAILin' , we'd have the Three Spooges!

(too much?)

;-)
nonamedufus said…
Um, do I know you?

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