July 03, 2009

Embracing your Heritage

Ken, formerly of It Comes in Pints? fame, just got some bad news about his genealogy.  Seems he is a distant cousin of one Joseph R. Biden, Jr.  Yeah, that Joe Biden.

I know, I know.  But I think he'd be taking this better if he could get into the family business himself.  So I thought I'd get him a little something to help......

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em!

Posted by caltechgirl at July 3, 2009 04:34 PM | TrackBack


Sorta. My feet actually ARE that big. Mom used to call them gunboats.

Thanks for easing my pain, doll.

Posted by: Ken S, Fifth String on the Banjo of Life at July 3, 2009 04:57 PM

Don't forget the big red nose.

Posted by: diamond dave at July 4, 2009 07:32 AM

a cuz of Joe Biden? I change my name and move to a S. Pacific Island and hope no one ever recognized me

Posted by: GUYK at July 5, 2009 01:20 PM

And I hope he's dyeing his hair red, too.

Posted by: Mrs. Who at July 5, 2009 03:50 PM

Ha! That's funny. :-D

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Funny. Better you than me.

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Posted by: Macrosoft at July 25, 2009 01:23 PM

There is considerable criticism in the nation concerning the U.S. failure to join the UN, beyond the privilege of hosting it in NY, as selfish and uncooperative.

But, as nations identify their own priorities, there seems little reason why America would be, or should be, willing to join or heavily support an organization that still condones, or tolerates, much less, encourages violence against women as one of the conflict issues that is disregarded as human progress or humanitarianism. The 1995 CEDAW conference had great rhetoric, and the UN attempts to do its share, but how far have women really come in obtaining the equality and equal treatment promised by all those nations. The world still abounds with notorious stories of female maltreatment - which, of course, falls upon its female children as the first initial training program. Joining may not be an ideal that America can or should embrace under those circumstances.

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