Honest to goodness.
People are trying to tear down this last bastion where we can speak
what we feel.
I refuse to cow-tow to the anal, draw-string-tightened-sphincter
If I want 'prim-and-proper', I'll exhume my aunt Bea. She held her
pinky out 'just the right way' when she drank her tea. Then, in the
evening, with her curtains drawn, she'd get hammered on gin and try to
slurp what-ever young female that dared to enter into her sphere of
I don't dislike or hate anything or anybody easily.
But I thoroughly hate hypocracy.
If I offended Henry Law with my brash comradic welcome, I apologize.
If anybody else has a problem with this...well go and...have a nice
I hope you're aware how offensive a term "kowtow" is, redolent as it
is of Chinese imperialist servitude.
Or is "Cow towing" just something you Canucks do when it's too cold to
get out of the pickup and tip 'em?
heh, we had a Toyota ad here once on tv, where a farmer in a 4wd tries to pull
a cow out of a swamp and suddenly the rear window gets hit by a flying cow's
Those were the famous 'bugger' ads....
Puts a whole new 'spin' on cow-tow, that does.
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Reminds me of a summer I spent in eastern Oregon in 1977, mudlogging
the night shift on a wildcat oil well.
Apparently, if you sneek up on a sleeping cow in the middle of the
night, and hit her smack in the eyes with a bright flashlight (the
light beam, NOT the handle part), she blows cowpies and piss like a
I proved it many times that summer.
Zz Yzx wrote:
> Apparently, if you sneek up on a sleeping cow in the middle of the
> night, and hit her smack in the eyes with a bright flashlight (the
> light beam, NOT the handle part), she blows cowpies and piss like a
Ever hear the expression, ".. like a cow pissing on a flat rock", to
describe a heavy rain storm?
SWMBO doesn't find it entertaining. Particularly in 'polite' company.
Actually that's one of the more moderate of those that I know. "Slicker
than snot on a boardwalk.", is another favorite - usually reserved for
icy pavement in mid-winter.
Moshe, after shule, asks the rabbi: "Rebbe, in your talk today, you
said that life was like a bowl of cherries. Why is that, Rebbe?"
The rabbi shrugged and said: "Okay, life is NOT like a bowl of
BARRY.. if you want to have a crappy day, enjoy it...or not. <G>
Listen here you bastard, you keep on doing what you do.
It's refreshing to hear(see) someone speak their mind with out all the
Politically Correct Bull.
Am I the only one, or can others see a problem with the term
'Politically Correct". ;)
You're not the only one.
Let's see now. "Political Correctness" as I understand it, is a mode
of behavior imposed on the individual by societal pressure for the
purpose of insuring that no one is offended by what the individual
says or does.
I find that offensive.
Therefore, "Political Correctness" is "Politically Incorrect".
Many years ago I worked for a student radio station. The first thing they
taught us was to just ignore any errors you made on the air. Any attempt to
explain (or in your case, justify) them will do nothing but draw attention
I haven't any idea what you might have said. If you had just let it go...
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