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20 March 2009

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Sparrowgrass

Did you read any of the other Sara K Smith posts--she must be a Coulter clone. Nasty, nasty.

Suzanne (Yarnhog)

I honestly couldn't tell if that was supposed to be serious or funny. It sounded angry, though, so she's probably a conservative.

Jen

I've heard people complain about organic produce being more expensive, but bad for you? That's a new one. I don't even like tomatoes, and that article ticked me off.

elizabeth

That's the craziest thing I've ever read. Maybe she's trying out for The Onion, but she falls way short IMO.

I think it'd be kinda cool if people were into sustenance farming.

tut-tut

I'm not even reading it. I can tell. Plus I think Ann Coulter is a performance artist and the Ann Coulter we see is a persona. At least I hope so, for her soul's sake.

Happy first day of spring to you.

Carrie

Until the last sentence about the stimulus package, I thought for sure it was tongue in cheek. Seriously, when did it become fashionable to be an asshole in public? Wow.
Cute kittens. Thanks for the palate cleansing.

Diane

If it was supposed to be satirical, it fails. If it was serious, she needs to go back to school and learn how to write.

I think you need to send her some worms.

Vicki

Oh, the kittens! I love their little matching bowls.

NeedleDancer

That woman has a PROBLEM!
I much prefer the second article.
I wish my schedule would cooperate well enough to let me have a garden.

soxanne

Snarky is right! Jeesh, I had no idea anyone was anti-organic.

The kitty pics and blog are delightful.

I trust the snow is gone. Happy spring.

Amy

Good grief. I have to think that the first article is meant to be a parody. She can't possibly be serious. Can she?

Chris

At the very least, that should've been an op-ed piece...

The Ashbys are killing me. So. Damn. Cute. How about the one where you can see a little pink tongue sticking out while Clovis plays on a book?!

Sheepish Annie

OK. I'm not a fan of vegetables, organic, local or otherwise. I find them to be kind of smug and I know they think they're better than me. Chocolate and white bread always treat me like an equal.

But that piece was just childish! I don't defend the vegetables, but no one deserves that kind of trash talk. This was no horticulturalist. No way. Anyone with half a brain, let alone a degree, could have written a more professional sounding column than that!

Gonna go look at the kittens some more. Get the blood pressure back down. (breathing deeply...)

Carrie K

Cutie pie kittens!

I'd seen that smack talk about tomato hormworms, I'd been hoping it was tongue in cheek. WTH? What's wrong w/a vegetable garden on the White House grounds? It's been done before anyway and it's a great idea.

cindy

Oh, she writes for Wonkette. Ironic snark is their thing. I've often found it funny in that context, where it's most often directed against right wing idiocy. This one just strikes me as dopey. I think she's trying to be funny, but it's not working.

dale-harriet in WI

I was hoping it was a parody too; terrifying to think someone might really *think* that way. Gee, you know - as I recall quite a few presidents had organic vegetable gardens at their homes. It must be because all of her food is germ-free and waxed....and the ITKC babies always pick me up, they're so adorable. And oh, my friend, I'm REALLY caught in a serious preemie-cap-addiction spiral. I have something over 40 - I quit counting. I thought I was free of it - and then found some deliciously soft cotton yarn and was off and running again. OY!! (Are you heading for LaCrosse Public Library Wednesday? I sure want to, but am working; I still may try try try, though.) Oh - and it ALWAYS snows during Boys Basketball weekend, it did here too. But it was gone immediately. I still won't say the "S" word to tempt the Frost Giants, but I'm confident...

Nora

The kittens are the bomb, and that woman - what a moron.

Miss T

I hope that was meant to be parody. But I can't tell. And if it's not, yee gads. What a kook. I, for one, am very excited about the White House garden.

gayle

I'm hoping it was meant as parody. Because if not, well...
I'm hearing my mom's voice in my head: "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all."
So I guess I won't say anything at all...

Love the kitties, though.

Jocelyn

Being an idiot in the name of humor is evidence that one is really just an idiot.

I hate politicos who create arguments completely unfounded on fact. Poop on them.

Caryn

I'm with Suzanne - That article almost sounded like an angry brand of what someone thinks is humor. Clearly it misses the mark by a lot, though. I'm glad I'm not the one living in that sad, snarky, mean person's mind. What an awful place it must be.

Oh, and the kittens? Adorable! I'm such a sucker for kittens, though the last thing we need is yet another cat.

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