Monday, June 8, 2009

Get Your Dunkin' Monday

What a terrible COMMUTE! Train was delayed for who knows how long, then when I arrived at my xfer station, guess what?MISSED THE FUGGIN XFER! RAAAGGGE!!! Oh did I mention some stupid woman knocked over a cup of coffee all over my Chuck Taylors?!! WELL IT HAPPENED! Not to mention a ridiculously annoying trek to the nearest El stop (which I had no cash on me so I had to run to an ATM, no Chase ATM's except for at Walgreens, not going to put 20 bones in the CTA so I had to purchase chapstick which I already had plenty of RAAAAGGE) followed by delays on the Purple line which is rarely delayed. And my coffee from D & D was missing sugar. It must be Monday. FML.

Here are your highlights:

N. Korea sentenced the two journalists, Laura Ling and Euna Lee, from the US to 12 years. Al Gore needs to pull a Jesse Jackson.

Transformers 2 will ROCK

NYT gives insight to the "Economic Circle" of the President

Say it ain't so Jan!

See what happens when the out of date gets to Tweets on the internets

Hangover the movie...yikes

All those activist judges seems to be activists of the RIGHT, "Don't Ask Don't Tell" has been a stain on America's military and continues today. The administration needs to man up. Quiqley is doing the right thing, let us HOPE we can get CHANGE.

On a personal note, this weekend I was able to spend time with my lady and visit the new Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago. If you are visiting or a local, take a day or two and explore this amazing new addition. Some truly breathtaking works and dude, they have Picasso's including one my favorites.



Paddy K said...

When a left-winger legislates from the bench, it's "activist judges." When a right-winger legislates from the bench, it's "upholding the rule of law" or "strict constructionism"... double standard much?

Asian-American Pundit said...

Yeah exactly my point! It has always been about politics regardless of what anybody huffs or puffs.