Tuesday, October 31, 2006
R2: So Mizz Down can you explain...
Maureen Dowd [MD]: Aren't you a cute little guy.
R2: Eh?... Mizz Dowd can you explain your current impression of the tenor of the political climate one week before elections?
MD: What sort of accessories do you come with?
R2: I'm sorry, accessories?
MD: Umm hunh. Is there any vibrating functionality or other fun toys that you are equiped with?
R2: Mizz Dowd I'd like to focus our discussion back on the political climate...
MD: [reaches her hand across to stroke the silvery dome of R2]
R2: BaBEEEEP BEEEEEEP blieep... Please Mizz Dowd some decorum please.
MD: [smiles wickedly then pouts] I'm sorry, it's just been so long since I've gotten any and you sitting there like a three foot dildo...my imagination just got the better of me.
R2: ...Well Mizz Dowd, I'd like to think we can keep this on professional leve...
MD: [In a sultry voice] Call me Maureen.
R2: Ah crap, threepio! Get this cooky broad off the set.
- None of my family are atheists (except my dad and he's in the closet too [at 66 years old no less])
- We can't talk about it in polite company because it would upset the apple cart in the rest of our family relationships so much we risk ostricism.
- You are assumed to be immoral without belief in god.
- Everyone assumes you believe in god and can't conceive of you being otherwise.
hmmm. Looks similar.
Today I read an interesting post about being Conservative in NY. I'm glad I'm surrounded by a mixed and mostly conservative neighborhood as this would drive me crazy, but it appears that there is also political closeting.
In that situation would I be a double closetter? Or would I be surrounded by atheists [libs] and therefore back to a single closet?
Which would I prefer? Well I don't give a crap about god so I guess it's better to be in that closet rather than the political closet...hmmm.