Happy Valentine’s Day, PoonGirl

It’s taking an unusual step to address a fellow blogger directly in a post but … this seems like a most appropriate time to say that your contribution at Tea Makers has brought so much joy to all of us. Truly, you light up our lives.

Personally, you become only more endearing when you interrupt one of my lengthy opinions about the CBC with such questions as …
“How much longer do I have to keep pretending I’m not bored?”

Pour vous …

For everyone else, here’s an assessment of Valentine’s Day by the one and only Howard Stern and his radio partner Robin Quivers.
As with most of the vocabulary on Stern, this audio clip is NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

lion sleeps – howard whines about valentines day

Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAoi_-_EVio&NR=1

4 comments:

  1. Posted February 15, 2010 at 3:19 pm | # | Reply to this masterpiece

    Arsehole Joe Clark’s latest foot-in-mouth outing: Failing to realize that it’s also New Year in Korea.

  2. PeterInEdmonton
    Posted February 15, 2010 at 1:09 pm | # | Reply to this masterpiece

    Don’t forget to wish her also a happy Chinese New Year. I was just perusing Radio 2’s “new more diverse” playlist looking for any acknowlegdement of the festivities for the last two days. The closest they have was Myung-Whun Chung, a Korean conductor, leading off Tempo, and I gather that Korea celebrates New Year at the same time. Probably a coincidence. Lot’s of white singer-songwriters, though, plus those Canadian cultural icons, Sting, Fleetwood Mac and the Beatles.

    So, “Neil Young Hee Fatt Choi”, Poon Girl.

  3. anonymous
    Posted February 13, 2010 at 2:00 am | # | Reply to this masterpiece

    George Stroumboulopoulos has been enlisted to narrate a new, six-part documentary series about the Second World War, it was announced yesterday. Combining never-before-seen footage and newly-available archival material from around the world, Love, Hate & Propaganda will focus on the role propaganda played in the global conflict, which killed over 60 million people worldwide. “We all know the horror of Second World War. But seeing the spin, the lies and the rallying cries that got us there is both terrifying and fascinating,” said Stroumboulopoulos, pictured, host of The Hour, in a statement. The first part of the series, The Strong Men, airs March 4 on CBC. “This is a series that needed to be done. It’s time to bring this story to a new generation, to the children and grandchildren of those who fought the War. The dictators are dead, but the ideas and the forces that spawned them are still alive in the present” said Mark Starowicz, CBC-TV’s executive director documentary programming, in a statement.

    Read more: http://www.nationalpost.com/arts/movies/story.html?id=2552956#ixzz0fOfZv0qi
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  4. PoonGirl
    Posted February 12, 2010 at 9:41 pm | # | Reply to this masterpiece

    Dear Allan,
    I was beat, incomplete. I was sad, I’ve been had and blue, but you make me feel…
    Oh you make me feel…
    shiny and new :)


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