Tuesday, October 28, 2008

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Um. Uh. Wow. Really? Huh. Gee. Golly. Oh my. That makes this post one thousand seventeen words.

15 comments:

*MARY* said...

I've seen this picture hundreds of times but am only now noticing the prop 8 flag in the background. I guess I was always too distracted by the muscles before.

Sue said...

Oh dear.

Jami said...

Those are some impressive muscles. I think the rhetoric may just be too strong for my blood. So little in life leaves me speechless but that modification...well, it...

Jami said...

did.

The Crash Test Dummy said...

Hee hee hee

The Crash Test Dummy said...

I like that you used the word rhetoric. That's my favorite word.

The Crash Test Dummy said...

Hey, how'd you get to be best friends with Sue all the sudden?

Jami said...

I sent her chocolate. Duh!

Shellie said...

I'd have to agree :)

Thora said...

It's just as my forthcoming novel (synopsis on my blog)"The Friberg Code" will prove; Friberg really did know more than he let on.....

Cue the twilight music....

Annette Lyon said...

I saw one the other day with Samuel the Lamanite on the wall. Okay then, people . . .

Jo said...

Sue dumped me. I am jealous now. Um, yeah, not really impressed with that pic. Not a bit. Wow.

Jami said...

Shellie, you are so agreeable. Still looking for true religion for you. Size 6?

Thora, I'll have to get you the link to Friberg's chicken picture over at Ardis' blog. Way cool. At eleven, he could out-sketch most professional artists.

Annette, what next? Mormon stretching his hand out over decaying Californian society with a "Protect Families" bumper sticker on his forehead?

Jo, send Sue more chocolate or $10,000. It totally works!

By the by, my friends, I am planning on voting yes and have been since I heard about it. Save the English language and society as we know it and all that. It's just that this campaign is so freaking ugly. Friend against friend. Neighbor against neighbor. Competing Friberg bastardizations. It's horrifying.

Anonymous said...

Maybe taking a bit far? I don't know. Our God, our religion, our families. . . All those things say "yes on prop 8" to me!

Thanks for posting this picture, whatever you think about it! :)

Jami said...

Anonymous.

No need to be anon. Some of my closest friends are enthusiastically supporting "Yes on 8." It hasn't dimmed my respect or love for them in the slightest. Or you either.

See my newest post, if you like. I finally found some words for my dismay.