Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children.
- President Dwight D. Eisenhower

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Claus Von Bulow

He either tried to kill his wife with an insulin overdose, or he is the victim of a reactionary public. I don't know, but Denis Leary mentioned him in "No Cure For Cancer", and I never got the reference until I looked it up just now.

** I had just woken from a nap **
ttogreh: *YawN* Wha Happend?
Kimberkara: Nazis.
ttogreh: Oh dear.
ttogreh: Well, it's a good thing I always come equipped with my Nazi beating stick.
Kimberkara: *Incredibly offensive question about the stick.*
ttogreh: Good God.
ttogreh: No, but it is painted with expired blood bank blood from Jewish volunteers.
Kimberkara: Mmm, good Nazi baetdown mojo, eh?

These are the conversations that I have with my girlfriend over the internet. I am pretty sure they are weird conversations.


Kimber said...

Thank you honey, for the editing job LOL! Next time edit me for spelling too, while you're at it.
These are not weird conversations. A few of our pillow talk conversations have been weirder, but still not really really weird.
Think people are curious about what it was that I said? I wonder what they think I could have said. Maybe we should start a contest right here. Okay folks. Whoever can come up with the best line to replace *Incredibly offensive question about the stick.* wins editing rights!

Drunken Chud said...

an ex of mine and i had some interesting pillow talk. she was a week or so late on her visitor, and she was on birth control, and we were both big lushes... so we had conversations about taking our physically deformed baby to the park. we called it the uni-pendage, since we determined that it would have only one leg, and a torso and a head. and not be able to sit in the kiddie swing. we'd save a ton on shoes though.

andrealamorand said...

1. Yes I am curious about Kim's rude stick comment.
2. Aaron and I have incredibly weird pillow talk, as well as every day talk. I think this is why we get along so well. :)
3. I am very amused by the uni-pendange story.

cassdawn said...

i would hazard a guess on what the question was BUT i have a feeling that my definition of "incredibly offensive" and mark's are nearly an ocean or so away. for instance, i wouldn't categorize it as _incredibly_ offensive unless she asked if your stick was composed of the rotting corpses of the hitler youth brigade. hm, even that doesn't seem quite offensive enough. i'll work on it.

as for kim's analysis of your conversations not being weird. let me tell you a little story about a girl who thought she had never hallucinated and then proceeded to explain how above her head there were a whole mess of little drummer boys each marching in their own direction and playing a different beat. iow, best i can work it out she seems to think that if it goes on her head - it isn't weird.

as for carl and i - we never have weird conversations with each other or anyone else.

oh, and btw, mark - yes, "to wong foo" - you are def right about that town. i just was too mesmerized by THOSE three successfully playing drag.

i will leave you with this - i couldn't remember what the denis leary bit was about klaus (and i do worship my fellow alumnus) so i looked it up and if you google "klaus von bulow denis leary" your post is the top link.