Leave it to someone to try to hijack an idea and control it. When you start charging a grassroots organization to speak at it (to the tune of $100K – good job there, Palin) and charging $300-$500-something to show up… you have just missed the boat and hijacked an idea. People are TIRED of this kind of crap thinking.
I have to agree with this:
“It seems to me like it’s going to be a bunch of people who want to stand in front of our movement and lead it as parade leaders rather than being somebody who wants to walk with us in the parade,” said Scott Boston, member of Bowling Green Ohio Tea Party Patriots.
I say we keep it low-level and keep going the way we have. You don’t need a bunch of controllers if the idea has merit. It’ll fly without a bunch of people pulling a “for profit” move.
I happen to like the little rodents.
I admit that I do harbor in my heart a dark curiosity, wondering what the little buggers taste like. Especially the one in our back yard that gorged itself silly on berries (mulberries, to be exact). He heard a noise one day and could barely speed-waddle over to the fence and almost couldn’t fit his girth under it. I’d never seen a morbidly obese groundhog run before that.
Tomorrow night I will be watching “Groundhog Day” for my 53rd time. Love that movie. It’s like the Twilight Zone forced him to go through cognitive therapy the hard way, only without realizing it. (yes, that’s a contradiction)
I hinted to Enas in the comments (in the last day or so) that I had a logo that the Lemur avatar came out of. Here is the larger logo that has my friend’s shark added. For the record we were both lifeguards so that explains the suits. Neither of us are Swiss. This was a very fun logo to do.
A variant on that shark – she knows lots about those splitty-fusey thingies so it made sense to make a rad shark:
I find the expression “backdoor taxes” to be particularly apt.
Came from The Patriot Post…