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After seeing elephants mate, Bush explains why

After seeing elephants mate, Bush explains why he went to war. If anyone’s selling a create-your-own suggestive caption kit, I’m buying.

Reader comments

jkottkeJul 11, 2003 at 2:42PM

"Stay the course"? That was his father's bit. Or at least Dany Carvey as George Sr.'s bit. "Stay the course, thousand points of light..."

JustinJul 12, 2003 at 10:38PM

From the site: "The hotdog is among the top ten items found in many lists concerning choking occurrences in young children. Pediatricians recommend slicing a hotdog linearly. The method of slicing a hotdog linearly can reduce the chances of choking during consumption."

But what about the end part--It's head? Isn't that still going be a choking hazard? They've gone to such lenghts to protect our children, yet they have utterly failed. Sure, they have reduced the chances of choking. But that's not good enough! Do they not care about out children? Is letting some children choke OK? How can people buy a product by such a morally corrupt company! Murderers! God damn capitalism!!!!

Peterson Lee Dec 11, 2003 at 4:03AM

John Bradford, Encyclopedia of Word and Phrase Origins

Glickman Howard Dec 21, 2003 at 4:39AM

Nature is not anthropomorphic.

This thread is closed to new comments. Thanks to everyone who responded.