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Thursday, February 05, 2004


Okay, here's the deal. We provide the quote. You tell us the person who actually said it.

"It intensifies your tactile sensations and emotions."

Please choose one:

A. John Kerry, explaining to Tim Russert on Meet The Press why he's decided to wear an ornamental silver nipple-guard all the way through Super Tuesday and possibly until the National Convention.

B. Director of the CIA George Tenent, during a private meeting with President Bush and his cabinet just weeks before the Iraq War, in response to the President's question, 'What is the most honest reason I can give the American public for why we're going to war?'

(Note: Rumsfeld coughed under his breath then interjected that they might want to go the "massive stockpiles of deadly weapons aimed at us" route. Everyone agreed that sounded better. Except Bush -- who was preoccupied in a serious game of computer Tetris.)

C. Daniel Faneuil, at the Martha Stewart trial, explaining to Judge Miriam Cedarbaum the effects of ecstasy.

(Note: Talk about conclusive proof of perjury. "Real" ecstasy in New York. No way.)


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