alprova, hambone and anniebelle: Bennett should draw these three in the same bed. Of course he would also have to draw tree limbs protruding out from under the sheets -- Their dream Ménage à trois.
OK, TREE HUGGERS, PONTIFICATE ALL OVER THIS:
GOOD NITE, AL, DON'T FORGET TO HUG A TREE AND KISS BARRACK'S PICTURE BEFORE SLIDING BETWEEN THOSE SATIN SHEETS.
joneses, as soon as Al and Easy get through giving all the trees in their yard a good-morning hug, they will respond.
Hey, Maximus, have you noticed that every time you blow cold, hard facts up Easy's windpipe, he has smoke coming out of his ears?
MVP or not, I bet ol' Bennett wouldn't bend over and pick up a pencil in front of him. On second thought ....
Seeing all the atheists, agnostics, Christian bashers etc. on the Times Free Press comments page speaks volumes about why the newspaper is going down the toilet drain. If these humanistic fools ever completely take over our nation, it will go down the drain as well. They are an albatross around the neck of the Statue of Liberty. Blackwater, if you really knew the message of Christianity, you would know that it teaches "love thy neighbor" not destroy him, as you claim. Christianity is a fairy tale? Remain an atheist until the end, and it will become your worst nightmare. Until then, spit and blow fire out your nostrils all you want.
BUT THE DEMOCRATS SPREAD THEIRS AROUND. AND IT REALLY STINKS.
Birds of a feather: Bennett, the Chattanooga Times and Google: On Easter Sunday, Google is honoring the birthday of the late labor organizer Cesar Chavez by placing a Chavez portrait within the middle “o” of the Google logo that appears on the homepage of the popular search engine.
While Google frequently decorates its logo to celebrate various holidays and special events, it is unclear why the company chose specifically to honor Chavez’s birthday, instead of Easter Sunday.
Chavez co-founded the organization now known as the United Farm Workers union (UFW). He became an iconic figure in the labor movement, with his stature only increasing since his death in 1993.
HOW'S THEM AD SALES COMING, TIMES FREE PRESS?
Not, yet, alfalfa, but in four more years....