Monday, August 17, 2009

um, ew?

Good thing they got those "oozies" off the streets, I've heard they could be contagious.

(& gosh, they'll let just anyone write for the newspaper these days, won't they? It's called Google, honey. Use it.)

13 comments:

Tom said...

That article could double as a colostomy bag.

WV=weeps...what the nation does over our future!

Anonymous said...

700 guns, at "up to" $100 for ak47's.
I need to host a buyback and then a inventory liquidation sale.

Mad Saint Jack said...

Oozies on the street.

That would make a good blog name.

B Smith said...

When I feel the unquenchable desire to correct (or attempt to) my local fish-wrapper, I always add, at the end of my screed, the fact that I am available as a knowledgeable (if not expert) gun-writer.
So far, no takers.

MedicMatthew said...

I've got to agree with Anonymous. Can I host my own gun buy-back program? At those prices I could easily expand the MedicMatthew Armory

The Packetman said...

Or .... maybe 'oozies' was a direct quote from the mayor?

Joanna said...

Packetman: Nope. They'd have to say it was a written statement, not a spoken quote.

You know that "This Is Why You're Fat" Web site? Someone should start a blog called "This Is Why You're Failing." I'd do it but I'm already to depressed.

Joanna said...

*too

Jeffrey Quick said...

Google won't help with bad spelling (except maybe through "related searches"). And any spelling mistake you make could have been made by somebody else.

I did an ask.com ("don't be evil" by using Google) search and came up with:
http://www.travelblog.org/Photos/4171781.html
http://www.musictext.org.ua/lyricsid-1176.html
http://www.altpress.com/screening/33.htm
And a reference to this story from DU

And this off-topic but interesting definition:
http://www.emory.edu/INTELNET/lex_society.html

The problem of course is reporters who need to be taken to the range and a gun show so they have a clue.

DR said...

Oozies - nothing a shot of penicillin can't fix.

B Smith said...

Oozie = an over-lubricated gun?

Nat said...

I'm actually looking for a "buy-back" in my area (Portland OR) I have two guns that aren't working and would cost more to fix than they are worth. One is an old .22 Marlin that had someone managed to dog-leg the barrel just slightly, and the other is a Jennings 9mm. I would happily take 100 bucks for each of them. I would then happily find my way to the nearest shop and get myself an nice shiny new Bearcat.

Tee hee!

Me said...

So Bread,
Lagniappe and I don't have "Oozies", but we do have an Uzi. When you going to come down and visit us (and Nicki) and try it out?