Archive for October, 2003

jaxxon barbies.

faked by Friday, October 31st, 2003

anon. from e-mail, circulating jax, au naturel:

“New Barbie Dolls for the Jackson Metro Market”

Madison Barbie: This princess Barbie is only sold at Highland Village and high-end boutiques around the Jackson metro area. She comes with an assortment of Kate Spade handbags, a Lexus, a long-haired foreign dog named Honey and a giant, mostly unoccupied house. Available with or without tummy tuck and face lift. Workaholic Ken sold only in conjunction with “augmented” version. Please note, this one does NOT play well with other Barbies. For extra fun, purchase a second Ken or one of his ethnic friends that come with various blue-collar outfits, because Madison Barbie has her needs too.


“defective democrats.”

faked by Wednesday, October 29th, 2003

Mr. Salter,

Good commentary on Governor Musgrove’s loss of identity. As a true liberal Democrat, but also as a realist, he frustrates me: his continuing evasion of President Clinton, a massively popular president, and Al Gore—who garnered a majority of the popular vote—peg him as a waffler and someone filled with self-defeat.

twelfth-level mage, first-rate dork.

faked by Tuesday, October 28th, 2003

it’s no secret that i enjoy the whiskey of life with a splash of d & d on the side. i’ve never gone full-blown twelve-sided die, but appreciate a little computer-generated orc fight.

“mondays should be avoided.”

faked by Wednesday, October 22nd, 2003

the already-infamous sushi memo!

fortress of awexxome.

faked by Tuesday, October 21st, 2003

“i just can’t fucking stop

thinking about you”

the thermals, “no culture icons”

first things first: who do i want as state’s new coach? the fella ‘bama should have hired, sly croom.


hello from jackson!

faked by Wednesday, October 8th, 2003

dear mom,

everything’s still okay down here. we’re in the middle of our moot court competition, which is pretty cool, because i get to wear a robe and scare 2L’s. it’s a fun issue, too—can a school regulate hair length? sounds way 1972, but surprisingly viable with the new round of 2003 arguments: anti-gangs, cleanliness (no gutter punks at america high!).

yeah, i know, catoptric looks funny. this happens to gene every few months.

crybabies and jerks.

faked by Wednesday, October 1st, 2003

From the Tuesday, September 30th Clarion-Ledger letters page, entitled “More than ‘little bit’ of tort reform now:”

I’m amazed at the comments of Ben Puckett (“The best we can buy? Part II,” Sept. 21). He said he contributed money to [elected as a Democrat, recently turned Republican, recently drug up the battle flag, general traitor Lt. Governor] Amy Tuck because she worked to get the “little bit” of tort reform in last year’s multi-million dollar special session, and because he was worried about “anti-business” legislation.