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Excuse me, I'm making perfect sense, you're just not keeping up
So, um, if Aahnold truly believes that in America it doesn't matter who your family was, are we going to see him booting his own kids out of their well-feathered nest on their eighteenth birthdays to make their own way in the world, unaided by the drawing power of who their mummy and daddy are?

...I didn't think so.

At the provocation of cmpriest I made a key-lime pie. Kitchen rather, umm, destroyed, but other than that the results RE the pie itself were pleasing enough; there's enough key-lime juice left for three more pies, so once the kitchen has some time to recover from the trauma I expect I'll soon get around to going through the rest of the bottle.

The other accomplishment of the evening: finally pushed past endurance by the hair-ends getting in my eyes, I took the embroidery scissors to my bangs. Results not quite so pleasing as the pie, but crudely efficient.

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feeling: cynical cynical

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unhipster From: unhipster Date: September 1st, 2004 04:01 pm (UTC) (permalink this entry)
If it didn't matter who your family was, Bush wouldn't be president. He'd be working at McDonalds.
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