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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

It's Inauguration Day...Finally!

Let the festivities begin! I suppose that it isn't really very polite of my gloat, but it has been a VERY very long time, since I've been excited about an inauguration. Possibly since 1993. So it's been a bit of a draught.

I do have weird visions of Bush running around the White House, and marking his territory, before they try to shove him on the helicopter...rather like trying to put a cat in a bath. I am also pretty sure that Cheney is going to retreat to his subterranean lair, deep beneath the Capitol, where he will wear a cape and a half-mask. All the eyeholes in the presidential portraits will be cut out, so that Cheney can lurk in the secret passages behind the walls, and look out through those eyeholes.

But hey! Apparently Green Lantern is coming out this week! I'm not sure if the books will be coming in on Wednesday or Thursday, because of Martin Luther King day, but it is something to look forward to. And I just found out that the third Ominbus of Starman is going to come out on June 17th, which is my birthday! It will include the Shade mini-series, which is something that I've been dying to find.

I'm in a helluva good mood today!


At 11:02 AM, Blogger Toriach said...

Well in all fairness it sounds like Bush has been classier with this transition than some administrations past. I'm hoping that his staffers will be classier than Clinton's were.

At 12:19 PM, Blogger Duskdog said...

Green Lantern this week? For real? My joy can only be expressed thusly: !!!!!!!!!!!!!

And that's adding onto the joy I'm already experiencing just by being within range of Obama's blue aura of hope.

At 6:38 PM, Blogger Sea_of_Green said...

Yea, verily, Obama IS a Blue Lantern. Most definitely. :-)

At 6:53 AM, Blogger SallyP said...

My Sweet Baboo swears that his Fife and Drum Corps was invited to march in the inaugural parade, but turned them down because there wasn't a beer garden at the end.

Yes, Toriach, watching the news coverage, Bush did indeed exit with a certain amount of dignity. Concerning the atrocities that were allegedly committed by the Clinton staffers however, after a great deal of screaming and yelling, on Fox news and in the papers it was later proven and in very small print, that all those atrocities never actually...uh...happened. It was just a bit of propoganda.

At 7:48 AM, Blogger Dwayne "the canoe guy" said...

I think Bush left office with more class than the folks singing "Hey hey hey, goodbye".

Didn't care for Bush, but he deserves more respect than that.

Sorry to see that the stock market took the biggest dip on an Inauguration since 1933. We need it to head the other way.

At 8:05 PM, Blogger Pomona Joe said...

Sorry the missing W keys was a hoax.

"In May 2001, it was revealed, and reported in Salon and other media, that a formal review by the General Accounting Office, Congress’ investigative agency, “had found no damage to the offices of the White House’s East or West Wings or Executive Office Building” and that Bush’s own representatives had reported “there is no record of damage that may have been deliberately caused by the employees of the Clinton administration.”


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