Conveniently Located

December 15, 2008 at 10:44 pm | Posted in New Orleans, Politics | 6 Comments
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I totally used to live directly across the street from here. Seriously, I could see it from my window. It was between the take-out chinese food place and the take-out turtle soup place. Often while taking out I would enjoy one of their delicious banana daiquiris. One wouldn’t think that any combination of those three things (chinese food, turtle soup, and banana daiquiris) would go together.

One would be wrong.

Also, the next time one of you decries the lack of government intervention in, well, anything, I want you to look at this photo and realize that this is who you’re talking about.

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This is your government.

I know that you glanced at that picture quickly, but I want you to look again. There. On her lap. It is a cat. She is riding a motorcycle with a cat on her lap, wishing you hope and holiday cheer.

Roosevelt would be so proud.

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  1. Is that a real card or a Daily Show mock up?

  2. Real card. She’s famous for these types of cards. Last year she was surfing with the cat.

  3. I’m famous for things, too. There are things. Things for which I am famous.

  4. Okay, now that I’ve had a minute to read the linked story, can I just lament for a wee second the fact that our Land-of-the-Uptight-Pilgrim blue lawstate lacks “to go” cups from bars? And where exactly am I supposed to go when I’m in a hurry and need a daquiri, what with no “Daquiri Express” to meet my needs?

  5. At The Ladies’ abode, naturally.

    ‘cept I do not like banana. You can have my share, too.

  6. You joke, but I can’t count how many times we had to run into the Daiquiri Express (it’s a chain) between events to grab a daiquiri to go. It’s just…quicker. Or something.

    I don’t know. It all makes sense in the 70115.


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