I agree, Sean - let's have one for Prime Minister!
Now there's a thought but I can just hear the speaker demanding that Rt Honourable bonobo for Midshire South stop stops ripping the Home Scretary's arm off!Great blog you have here. Anyone quoting MacCuiskeen is indeed a fine fellow!
Maybe 'Planet of the Apes' is not too far off . . .
Welsh,I remember Johnny Carson once saying: "What do you complain about President Reagan? After all these clowns a real actor, after all."I'd like to hear his comment on a real chimpanzee.Jams,you are very welcome, indeed.Thanks a lot for the kind com(pli)ment.I shall have a pint of plain on your health, tonight. Sláinte! :)
Metin,Inanılmaz! Tetrapilotomos had the same associativity. And he added: It would be nice for the planet. :)
Sean, This certainly must be the reason why Bush wants to lead his country into war with Iran ... This monkey revelation gives him a good alibi,... He FORGOT the NIE report that was presented to him in 2003 that Tehran had halted its nuclear weapons program.. :)
I shall join you Sean. After all it is your only man!
Ardent,almost I had replied with a Karl Popper quotation, but as I want to save it for someone else, here you get one by the wilde Oscar: "Arguments are to be avoided; they are always vulgar and often convincing. :)Sir Higham,for you I found this:"Education makes a greater difference between man and man than nature has between man and brute."[John Adams, 1776]Jams,... he that drinketh well, sleepeth well; he that sleepeth well sinneth not. :) Sláinte!
There's logic there somewhere, Sean.
Mylord,I am glad, indeed, you came, saw (what I had found for you), and appreciated it. :)