Oh Lord, I love this man.

The 375lb beast had been roaming a residential area at Alligator Point, near Tallahassee, when wildlife officers decided to trap it and move it away from houses.

They shot the bear with a tranquiliser dart, spooking the animal, which raced toward the water. With the tranquilising dart taking longer than expected to have an affect on the animal, it managed to swim at least 25 yards before becoming drowsy.

That was when Adam Warwick, a biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, decided the bear may need rescuing and dived in.

And whaaaaaaaaaaat?!

A senior Democrat who worked for Mr Clinton has revealed that he recently told friends Mr Obama could "kiss my ass" in return for his support.

And there goes the last lingering affection I had.

Seth Meyers: After Governor Bill Richardson switched his support from Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama last week, an angry Bill Clinton said, "Five times to my face he said he would never do that." Wow, so he looked you right in the face and lied to you. What's that like?


But in much better news, in two weeks, I AM GOING TO SEE CHRIS ROCK. This is amazing for the following reasons: 1) I love him so much. Of course, he's been one of my favorite comedians for years and one of the things that's helped take my mind off things in the last few months is watching his specials. 2) I just found out about the show two days ago and it was by chance. I was trying to find a particular SNL sketch and I happened upon a comedy blog that had an ad about tickets for CR. I clicked on it on a whim--I thought he'd already been around here on this tour so I never would have expected him to return so soon. 3) I will be in the second row. This is so awesome. I'm very excited to see his new material. Although a "Salome's favorites" show would be nice. Here's one now about racism:

wolfpangs: (made a swiveling chair--now I nap)
I'm watching episode 2 of the John Adams miniseries and yes still, omgsogood. So while I'm doing that and discussing the differences between the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan for my actual homework, here's one of my favorite scenes. It's Franklin and Adams going over a newly written piece my boyfriend Jefferson has just produced, in which the Continental Congress calls for the sovereignty of the American colonies. You know, it's like a declaration of independence. I love how cranky Jefferson is over any editorial changes.

"Well, it's what I believe." *big red cartoon hearts*



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