I haven't posted for a few days. My personal life has been uneventful. Politics is the same-old-same-old. I really don't care if Jada Pinkett did Marc Anthony and Will Smith bawled his eyes out when he caught them while J Lo might be doing Diddy.
I'm slightly manic. I spend most of the day and night talking to myself - or rather, having conversations with my imaginary friends. Even those aren't worth posting. Yesterday, my psychiatrist told me he wants me to try light therapy. I'm supposed to spend 30 minutes a day in the sun. Yeah, that'll happen.
After my appointment, I took some stuff to the flea market. Awhile back, I posted about how they told me I had to move my booth and then I didn't have to and then I did and then they moved it for me but fucked it up and so on. About a month ago I finally got the whole thing settled and my booth looks great and stuff is selling.
Well, now I have to move it again. The fire marshal isn't going to force them to close that other room after all so I can have my old booth back. Now we'll go 'round the merry-go-round of them not having the room ready when they say they will and then moving my stuff without asking me.
But I think I'll be happy in the end.
A few quickies:
• Remember a few years back when Muammar Qaddafi [I guess that's how we're spelling it today] had a private meeting with Condoleeza Rice? I don't remember it either. Back then he said, "I support my darling black African woman. I admire and am very proud of the way she leans back and gives orders to the Arab leaders ... Leezza, Leezza, Leezza. ... I love her very much."
Apparently, he meant it. The rebels who took over his compound found a photo album full of Condi.
• Check this out: Female celebrities with Michele Bachmann eyes. Number 4 is my fave. This, of course, is a take off on Chicks with Steve Buscemi eyes. Now if only someone would photoshop a picture of Steve Buscemi with Michele Bachmann eyes.
• Eric Cantor, once again, proves he is a kind-hearted soul: He says there shouldn't be any disaster assistance for any damage caused by Hurricane Irene unless there are enough spending cuts in other programs to pay for it. This guy won't be happy until every city in America has an orphanage full of sad-eyed kids saying, "Please, sir, I want some more." He'll be the guy saying, "More?"