Friday, June 13, 2008

why are you making this so hard?!

I tried. I really did. But I can't stay away. It's not that I'm addicted to blogging, although I've been accused of that. It's that you people, my lovely e-friends, keep forwarding me things that I want, nay, need to share. This latest goes out to all my e-friends who work for Sen. Jim DeMint (R-N.C.), if indeed you're out there.

Speaking of, are you there e-friends? It's me, Marissa. I fear with all my chalked up talk about my second non-hiatus I may have driven you away. Come back! If not for me, then at least for my ego. And if not for my ego, then at least for the ridiculous Senatorial floor debate offered by Mr. DeMint[y Fresh] recently.

In the following clip, funnyman Jim gives Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.), The Anti DC's proclaimed most entertaining man in Congress, a proverbial run for his money retardulousness with a pretty sweet reference to seminal 1990s sitcom Family Matters. It's even more awesome when DeMint pauses in the middle of his monologue and waits for someone to insert the laugh-track. Unfortunately, Congress isn't that high-tech. Well, at least he made himself chuckle!

P.S. -- Thanks to my e-friend over at Jam Band Fan or Taliban? for the head's up.

P.P.S -- My non-hiatus hiatus will be over on Monday, at which point I plan to blog like I've never blogged, I need to get out more...


I-66 said...

"why are you making this so hard?!"

That's what I asked her.

Marissa said...

Well played, perv. A twist on the classic "That's what she said." Nice.

Capitol Hill 20210 said...

Well I am glad you will be back to blogging, you are one of my daily reads and I was going to have to Anti DC's anon meetings.

ms. spinach said...

you are the biggest blog break tease ever.

The Vinyl District said...

e-friend? no...e-crack.

(waaatch it.)

Marissa said...

cap hill--

Ah shucks! Thanks! I'm back in full effect...I think I have a theme this week you'll enjoy -- "The Gun Show."

ms. spinach--

I know it. I start off with the best of intentions, but I. Just. Can't. Stop. Blogging. Even temporarily. I relapse every time...


I know. I'm already done for. E-rehab is a stone's throw, or make that a jpeg away.