Friday, November 25, 2005
In other news, Bill Clinton to head pro-abstinence group
And Donald Rumsfeld is headed, post-White House, to a career as a diplomacy consultant. Without any nod to the ridiculousness of it all, Michael Brown, the hapless former FEMA chief, is starting his own disaster preparedness firm.
Why do I get the feeling he'll succeed? (His corporate slogan: It takes a disaster to know one).
More urgently, Brown informed the Rocky Mountain News that “my wife, children and my grandchild still love me. My parents are still proud of me.”
Perhaps I'll become a sensitivity instructor, focusing on issues pertaining to the GLBT (is that a sandwich or a demographic?) community.