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Eye of Newt


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Tom Wms.:

Yes, my Pretty. We drop in the eye of a Newt, the ass of a donkey, feathers from a molting eagle, and the sweat from a tax payer's brow and stir with great vigor. In just 13 months, we should have a new vision, but only if you keep stirring.


L M A O R O T F ! !



John Cox:


You OKAY? Who knew a silly pun would be so life-threatening?


Oh my God! You should have had 3 of them. LOL

From MacBeth:

When shall we three meet again? In thunder, lightning, or in rain? When the hurly burly's done. When the battle's lost and won. That will be ere the set of sun.Where the place?
Upon the heath. There to meet with Macbeth. I come, Graymalkin! Paddock calls.
Anon. Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air.

Love this stuff!

Dr. Bob:

"Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air."

Sounds like an extreme lefty to me, trying to make good values appear bad and bad values appear good.

John Cox:

Hey Cowboy

I considered three due to the Macbeth reference I had in mind. Composition-wise, to witchy elephants was better than three of them. Gingrich had to be featured in a prominent way.

Thank you for sending along the lines from the play. They seem to highlight the ambiguity of modern politics.


Come on, man... I had just about purged Christine O'Donnell & Dede Scozzafava from my memory. Thanks a lot.

Terwiliger's sock puppet:

I thought he was alluding to Susan Collins & Olympia Snowe.

Doc Al:

Is that where they got the idea fot that song "Eyes Without a Face"?


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