Thursday, June 29, 2006

Celebrity auctioneer and former Congressman Tom DeLay (R-TX), reportedly generated plenty of laughs Tuesday night... with a barrage of Beaver-related double-entendres, Roll Call reports.

At the annual Safari Club dinner, DeLay managed to bring in $1,400 for the sheared--or shaved, some say he called it--beaver fur vest.

Forget the beaver stuff. What kind of fucking troglodyte belongs to a Safari Club? Move up to the head of the class if you said Tom Delay.



omelas Fri Jun 30, 12:10:00 PM EDT  

Does not surprise me at all. At a Drinking Liberally night last week we watched a documentary on Tom Delay's time in the Texas Legislature. Apparently the Texan Republicans used to refer to him as "Hot Tub Tom" for the wild parties he would throw for campaign contributors and lobbyists in Las Vegas.

platts42 Fri Jun 30, 02:08:00 PM EDT  

Man I so fucking HATE those guys.

"You know what would look good in my den? A stuffed gorilla."


Sudeaux Lux Sat Jul 01, 01:01:00 AM EDT  

Hi Olive! I think Delay thought he was teflon and that nothing would ever stick to him. Fucker.

Cap'n: Delay's stuffed head would look great in your den!

Do you ever think that these people are from a different planet? I just can't relate to this kind of mentality whatsoever.

Shirl Mon Jul 03, 03:23:00 PM EDT  

oh darling Susan, ANN ARBOR IS NOT ONE OF THE COOLEST CITIES IN THE WORLD. It is home to our dearest emenies . . . the University of Michigan Wolverines. *grin*

Go GREEN!!!!

Shirl Mon Jul 03, 03:24:00 PM EDT  

but the fairy doors are cute.

Sudeaux Lux Mon Jul 03, 05:47:00 PM EDT  

Shirl: Yikes! Guess it would be like you saying something great about Chapel Hill, NC!(home of the UNC-Tarheels) Duke's biggest rivals.

About the fairy doors: That would be so magickal to see them through a child's eyes.

Shirl Tue Jul 04, 11:05:00 PM EDT  

I spent quite a bit of time with the fairy doors, so . . . I can understand the enchantment! And thanks for the heads up on Chapel Hill, I'll remember to boo them! *grin*


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