Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Santa, the dot com era, blind dates, etc.

9 comments:

verbalVomit said...

As an Obama supporter, I really hope that this is at least somewhat wrong.

Dave said...

This works for Obama and McCain.

s0yg0rd0 said...

It depends on what you fill your Obama bubble with. . . if you are expecting prosperity and productivity, start worrying now.

Mike said...

A bit generous with the size of the "Truth" bubble weren't you?

Anonymous said...

Could also be said of quantum teleportation.

-ISammael

P.S. s0yg0rd0: ditto 99% politicians.

Café Chick said...

So simple, so true. Ouch!
(Love the blog, by the way ...)

treesa said...

also: true love; wealth; hip replacements.

annastacia said...

Works for the latest book by Stephenie Meyer as well.

Scott Sheppard said...

I read your blog every day. This is the first time I am commenting. I think this is the first time you have missed the mark. The intersection of hype and truth would not be a bubble burster. It would be the first time something actually lived up to the hype. That would be a good thing. Maybe I am misreading the index card?

 
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