09 August 2010

lower IQ than a worm

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Let's move him to, oh, say, Gaza... or, if he likes Hebron so much, let him stay there... maybe take Demi with him.

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22 comments:

  1. Did you delete yer last comment or is it just being shy?

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  2. What do you expect? He's a Kelso!

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  3. What's a Kelso? And why would a Kelso call himself "Ashton" or "Kutcher"?

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  4. If yer talkin' to me, I've only left one comment here prior to this one...

    You know not what a Kelso is?

    Symptom of no TV!

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  5. Old Uncle Dave says he's a Kelso. Dave watches tv. HE brought it up. I have no clue what either of you is talking about. WTF is a Kelso? The victim of a Cougar? I wouldn't have known that term either, but a friend of mine told me about it recently when she had to give up a crush on a man she didn't realize was so much younger....

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  6. Actually Kelso is a number of things ranging from race horse to a brew-bar in Brooklyn to a town in Washington, but as referenced here it is the Character played by Ashton Kutcher in the TV show "The 70's Show" which was placed in the town of "Point Place" Wisconsin. I had a certain connection to the show since, even though it was about 6 years after my time period, it was patterned after "Steven's Point" - My college town.

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  7. On "The 70s Show" he played a shallow, dim-witted character named Michael Kelso.

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  8. Kelso was a big goofy guy - butt of the others' jokes. I connected with Hyde, the quiet stoner who sat back observing everything!

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  9. I just noticed, blogger isn't showing the gravitars tonight either.

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  10. Oh, so a Kelso is the update on a Daryl. Check.

    Gravatars were here until a few minutes ago. They have been having "commenting issues" recently and I believe they are right in the middle of another serious "commenting issue"....

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  11. OMG, Someone else that knows of the Daryl!

    Years ago all my friends and I had Daryl as our first name. Daryl Tom, Daryl Dave, etc.

    Later it changed to Hoser with Hosetta for the girls.

    We used to drive to downtown and as we passed Loaves and Fishes we would yell out Hey Daryl at the people hanging around there and roar with laughter when they waved back.

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  12. Bed time...

    nite nite nine nine and dave

    xoxoxoxox

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  13. Sweet dreams, Daryl BB2! :-P

    xoxoxoxox

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  14. Gravitars back this morning - missing comments still missing...

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  15. Last time this happened it took more than a day....

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  16. I'd blame this on your little post editor gig, but my link to the Simmons post on your blog disappeared yesterday too....

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  17. Hey, my post editor thingy works fine - the screw ups are me not paying attention to what I am doing or what it is asking! Particularly when I italicize instead of link or vice versa.

    I have two versions, one at work and the other at home. One puts in the URL I have copied, the other only inserts " " - I have to insert the URL between the quote marks. If I forget, it leaves a link that goes back to the page I am commenting on.

    Then there's the times I copy a headline, paste it in the comment then make a link forgetting to go back and copy the URL and insert the headline instead. Those go nowhere.

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  18. Truly, dude, there are brain enhancing drugs we should be researching right now, because soon they will laugh and point at us when we DARE suggest Ashton Kutcher, a relative GENIUS, has an IQ lower than a worm.

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  19. Just sayin', just sayin'... we're slippin' fast.

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