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    Friday
    Nov192004

    "Excuse Me"

    OFF TOPIC: A picture is worth... Ok, I hate that hackneyed expression. But still, I could come up with a five hundred word essay about this picture if I had to. It's just that awesome.







    This is what happens when big-headed men -- men who haven't said "no, after you" to anyone since their inauguration speeches -- come upon a door. They squish through, all at once, with confused looks on their faces.



    Meanwhile Bush Sr. patiently waits in the background for his two two-term successors to battle out who gets to go first. Well, Clinton does, silly. Bush may be the new Come Back Kid, but Clinton has a way of shrinking him back down to that whiny frat-boy just by being in the same room. The guy has presence.



    UPDATE: Yet another priceless photo-op thanks to the New York Times:







    Look at the Clintons. Go ahead, look at them. Wow. What a sexy god damn family. This picture would be perfect, if it weren't for that mysterious Bush head/neck problem thing going on there. Is it about to fall off?

    Reader Comments (2)

    Typical liberal criteria ... all looks and no substance. But, if you must use that criteria, you're off your rocker if you you think Chelsea is better looking than the Bush twins.

    November 21, 2004 | Unregistered CommenterMark

    Typical republican comment ... neither witty or insightful and overly defensive. It was supposed to be a fun post, sorry you took it so seriously. -Julius

    November 22, 2004 | Unregistered Commenterjuliuss

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