Thursday, October 06, 2005

She is possibly our next Supreme Court Justice, Miss Harriet Miers of Texas

Harriet has a blog with open postings -- "Harriet Mier's Blog"

Yes, I could not resist a post:

HighVizPR said...

Harriet, honey, if things should fall through, and Limbaugh gets done playing hippo-crit, and ["TREASON"] ann-coulter is finished with the photo ops with reverend leroy, I mean, The Reverend Al Sharpton, I can book you on O'Reilly right away and make you a swell deal with Mary Matalin's imprint. No SEAN O'Hannityflaherity-NEO-CON blowhard for you--no maa'am!

Take care,


1 comment:

Tallulah Bankhead said...

This is all very stupid.

I have agreed to be your greek chorus.

Blog about Karl Rove again, who even cares about this woman? She is merely being called a lesbian lawyer who has the president of the USA sign those infernal documents!

Let's get drunk!

How to Make a Sidecar

Known for its smoothness, the sidecar was reportedly invented in Paris during World War I. Fresh ingredients are the key to making this drink. Serves one.

cracked ice
lemons rind
granulated sugar
1 oz. lemon juices
cocktail shaker
cocktail strainer
1 oz. brandy
chilled cocktail glasses
1 oz. triple sec

1. Rub a lemon rind along the rim of a chilled cocktail glass.

2. Dip the rim in granulated sugar.

3. Put cracked ice in a shaker.

4. Add one ounce of Triple Sec, one ounce of lemon juice, and one ounce of brandy.

5. Shake six times.

6. Strain into the glass.

7. Garnish with a lemon wedge.


Put the sugar into a saucer and twist the rim of the glass in it just a little bit. The juice will hold the sugar on the rim.