Bil Browning

The year that was

Filed By Bil Browning | December 29, 2006 12:39 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics
Tags: American Values Alliance, Lalita Amos, New Year, politics

Lalita Amos has a hilarious post up at American Values Alliance on "The Year That Was." It's a great round-up of 2006 - with her usual wry humor. A small sample follows, but you should read the whole thing - her links alone are worth the time.

  • I, er we, got named Time Person the Year. Looking at the cheap mirrory-thingy they put on the cover and noting that, by squeezing the mag, I could turn my image into a kind of fun-house, horrible long, skinny me, I thought: "That's about right."

  • Big Brother arrived in all of his terrible glory. He can be seen sporting a cameraphone and its aimed at you, so behave (or at least dress nicely).

  • Ken Lay escaped falling over dead.

  • "Dead Eye" Dick Cheney shot his best friend in the face, casting a permanent pall on networking events forever. The golf outing: now a venue for certain death.

  • Dick Cheney's best friend apologized...for getting shot in the face.

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