Billie’s Quickies

bllieddoseMy proposal to combat astroturf protests – “Mosquito” repellent.

With all of the corporate sponsored town hall insurgencies cropping up, maybe speakers should employ use of the “Mosquito” – and, if protesters can tolerate the squealing maybe it means they’re actually serious when they disrupt town hall talks about high-speed rail with yammerings about socialism.

A lot of cars bought from the “Cash For Clunkers” program are from the likes of Toyota – egad – a MULTINATIONAL corporation with factories employing people in foreign sounding places such as Indiana and Texas.

Women and men work together often.  Often women have men for bosses, and often men have women for bosses, so of course: Often, men help female executives get to the top – wait, what?

Awesome talk about how to get the most out of your regular old cell phone.

Flu prevention I can believe in –Russian Soccer Fans Urged to Drink Whiskey to Ward Off Swine Flu Virus

Religion and Rush

alex01thumbDear internets: Though the bacon flu popped up within the World Bank, where my mother works and where I’ve been hanging out a lot in the past couple of weeks, we are both non-infected. (We hope.) If I start shambling around and drooling, however, please note that the only way to really kill a zombie is by removing the head or destroying the brain. And, as a tip, they can be easily distracted by Michael Jackson.

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White House Press Release: Swine Flu/Felipe Solis Followups

1. Was Felipe Solis the President’s tour guide in Mexico city, and did he die of swine flu?

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Pork: The Other Diseased Meat

I love bacon. Oh, do I love bacon. Bacon, added to anything, is a recipe for success. It’s why we have such culinary delights as Baconnaise, Bacon Salt, Bacon Vodka, and the marvel that is the bacon-wrapped banana. So why not put it into delicious disease form? After all, cows and chickens have their diseases, why not those lovable, tasty porkers, too? Continue reading