Brady Campaign: Troubles separating reality from fiction.

The Bradys are all full of glee.

Only one bee wee problem: It is not a letter from Members of the House but a mock piece written by Herald’s columnist Carl Hiaasen.

I don’t remember who said that since the Bradys are in such dire monetary straits, their Social networking duties have been taken over by a 16 year old intern. It appears to be the truth but I suspect she graduated from MySpace Summa Cum Laude which makes her perfect for the job and for me to get material for my blog.

Keep at it!

5 Replies to “Brady Campaign: Troubles separating reality from fiction.”

  1. … Wow. Just… wow.

    Did the Brady Bunch lose the intern who was running their Facebook for a while, or did they hire one that dropped out of college? And for all of the Google “studies” they do on a yearly basis, you would think they could bother looking up a name, or reading the article in question.

    Of course, “reading” is not synonymous with “comprehending”.




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  2. found this on another friends blog last night Miguel……
    – Some travelers sleepily making their way through airport security in Atlanta Sunday morning got a startling wake-up. A gun detected in a carry-on at a checkpoint at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport was accidentally fired by an investigating officer around 9 a.m. Sunday, according to a police report.

    Transportation Security Administration screeners reported the gun to Atlanta police officer N.J. Phillips, the officer wrote in an Atlanta Police Department report. The gun’s owner was telling Phillips how to clear the loaded .22 Magnum revolver when it was accidentally discharged, Phillips reported. “The weapon was pointed down towards the screening table.”

    “I was grazed by a pellet fragment on the left side of my face,” Phillips wrote. “However, there were no visible injuries.”

    *headdesk, headdesk, headdesk*




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