Thursday, July 07, 2005

Busta Move

Who's bad?? This guy is.


At Thu. Jul. 07, 12:47:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Paul said...

The guy is good!
Just can't make a decision.....

At Thu. Jul. 07, 02:58:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...

I meant that in the good way... you know... "dem baad mooves bro".

At Thu. Jul. 07, 09:33:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Paul said...

Oh, he's bad!!!(as in good) I'm hip.... sort of.... Just he can't figure out what he wants to get from the case. But it doesn't matter. I think Fox is doing an American Idol thing next week only it's finding the best dancer......he's got to try.
Uhhhhh....... do you get Fox up there in what I wish was my home in Alberta?????
Actually, on Small Dead Animal site, I offered to trade New England, including their politicians for everything west of Manitoba. I got some takers too.
Huey Lewis sang a song, "Sometimes Bad Is Bad."
Some lines were,
"Went uptown to see my cousin
played guitar, sounds like a chain saw buzzing
In the crowd I see his Mom and Dad
I say Hey Hey Uncle
Man your son is bad"

I didn't mean it like that..... of course now, after this post - I won't take up your bandwidth Any more, sorry...I'll just lurk :)
Good Site!!!!!!!

At Fri. Jul. 08, 08:04:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...

Paul... you are welcome any time.

I will certainly trade you New England, but only for Ontario and Quebec.

Our East Coast patriots are only stuck in perpetual Liberal mode because they pay their wages by keeping gov't jobs as their only way to make a living. Once we get them out from under the lefties thumbs, we can resurrect them into becoming financially secure and non-reliant on Ottawa for handouts.

At Sun. Jul. 10, 09:14:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Paul said...

maybe we can just work on our respective liberals and turn them into good patriots and good neighbors. That said, I do wish us both well, we both have a hard job ahead.
(Sure would like Alberta thrown in though, if we find a trade necessary)


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