Hump-day happenings

Just a couple of quick notes from the real world:

The Washington Post takes note of the 2012 National Bike Summit.

• Friend and colleague Hal Walter scores a little local ink for the local food movement, to wit, the Arkansas Valley Organic Growers.

• And the RomneyBot 2012 — should it ever wrap up the GOP pestilential nomination — plans to wipe its drives and install a fresh copy of the Etch-A-Sketch OS for the general election. I am not making this up.

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5 Responses to “Hump-day happenings”

  1. khalspencer Says:

    “People Are Stupid”

  2. David R Says:

    Hold on… where have I heard that before?

  3. larryatcycleitalia Says:

    The Repugs seem to be working overtime to snatch defeat from the jaws of the victory they so happily foresaw just a few months ago. Just thinking of the soundbites from Mittens you could put into a TV spot to use against him makes me giggle! I’m hoping there are not enough of the folks Khal described above to vote for Mr 1% or Mr. Theocrat to replace the guy we have now. He’s done a lot of stuff I don’t agree with but in comparison to anyone in the other camp, the guy looks mighty good right now. Over here, the Pope’s pretty much on his last legs, so perhaps Mr. Sanctimonious could take his job once Mittens is anointed by the Repugs? But Ricky would probably insist the Vatican be moved out of Italy….so maybe that wouldn’t work.

  4. High Plains Drifters Says:

    Forget about whether he’s qualified to be president. How did a guy so dumb get two degrees from Hahvahd? I know, I know… Hardest school in the world to get into, easiest to graduate from.

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