95 comments

  1. Icarus says:

    Intelligent Design? I think Erick and Clayton got drunk one afternoon a couple of summers ago when the wife and kids were out of town.

  2. Icarus says:

    Think about it Rugby,

    It’s going to be 2 years from this thread before any of those inside jokes make any sense.

  3. rugby fan says:

    Can I just say, one of the things I appreciate about living in Georgia is that candidates who win elections get sworn in.

    Maybe I am being naive, maybe its the heady days of 2005 getting to me, but I don’t think we will ever see the day when someone won’t get sworn in after winning an election.

    I’ll go so far as to say that no federally elected officials will ever suffer the fate of not being sworn in.

  4. Icarus says:

    I think it will Dr. Jay, if we can

    1) agree that we all must think of the children,

    and

    2) provide links to high quality video such as:

  5. Jace Walden says:

    I’m planning a huge party to ring in 2006, I know its a long way off, but I’ve already confirmed plenty of big name guests: Peter Jennings, Johnny Cochran, Bob Denver and Richard Pryor to name a few.

    Right now, the plan is to meet up somewhere in the city of New Orleans, hopefully the lower 9th ward.

    This is going to be a great year!!!

  6. drjay says:

    that probably sets sen. george allen up nicely for a run at the presidency… after he dispatches whatever 2nd teir nobody that challenges him for reelection…he is sharp and not very mistake prone.

  7. Romegaguy says:

    I predict Bobby Kahn leads his party out of obscurity and they regain control of State Government in 2006

  8. Doug Deal says:

    President Bush has built up all that political capital with his big re-election. How do you think he will spend it?

    With so many Dem Senate seats up in 2006, looks like the Reps will have a cloture proof majority in the Senate.

  9. Bill Simon says:

    Hey, you guys look like a smart bunch…lemme bounce an idea I have for a new business off of you: I get a bunch of Web servers, and I let people UPLOAD their own videos and make them instant stars of the World Wide Web!

    I will also encourage them to drink lots of alcohol while they record their own videos…thus the name I’ve come up with for the site: BrewTube.com

    What do y’all think? Will it work?

  10. Chris says:

    I heard a rumor that someone wanted to combine their cell phone and iPod. Thats the dumbest idea I’ve heard yet. No one is gonna buy one of those.

    Meanwhile I saw Glenn Richardson and his wife the other day. They were such a cute couple.

  11. rugby fan says:

    Neither Hillary or Barack will run for president.

    Hillary realizes her negatives are too high and Barack will get more experience setting up Al Gore to run.

  12. IndyInjun says:

    I can’t wait for our wonderful GOP chief, Ralph Reed to run for office! He did a simply wonderful job of opposing those evil casinos. I was so impressed with his appeal to true believing Baptists that I sent his group $2000.

    Can I have an Amen?

  13. Icarus says:

    Amen brother Indy.

    Once he’s our Lt. Gov, and Debbie fills up on steak dinners, I predict that RR will broaden his base in search of higher office by reaching out to more moderate factions within the Party. I hear he and John McCain will be working together on a big issue before the Senate real soon.

  14. rugby fan says:

    I am excited about the Chris Rix error being over.

    FSU will turn the page this year and become a top-10 team again, if they don’t win the BCS.

    While we are discussing the BCS, this will be its last year. No non BCS school will ever win a BCS Bowl.

  15. Icarus says:

    UGA will continue to improve. With our non-conference schedule and guaranteed wins over Vandy and Kentucky, there’s no reason we shouldn’t win 10 games every year now. We’re due for a national championship. 25 years has been a long time.

    I think Auburn has given up hiring Bobby Petrino, though. He’ looks like he’s got a pretty stable situation there at Louisville.

  16. Chris says:

    Its a good thing that Erick and Clayton don’t need to verify that I’m over 18 to post here. My mom would never let me hang out online with Republicans even though they would never use their positions of power to take advantage of youth online.

  17. Jace Walden says:

    That Britney Spears really seems to have her life together. I expect that the rest of this year and 2006 will bring her nothing but positive press coverage and skyrocketing record sales.

  18. shep1975 says:

    I would post the Georgia Young Republican website here, but who even knows about this blog.

    And Rugby, what are you smoking? Barak Obama? Except for us “politicos” who outide of IL even knows who he is? I have a better shot at the Presidency than he does!

  19. shep1975 says:

    Depends on the time they can commit. Isn’t Erick Erickson also a lawyer or something like that? Doesn’t he have a law firm to run and clients to bill by the honor? Give it two or three months and it will become passe.

    I bet he’s starting this blog thing just to run for elected office someday…like that will work.

  20. Icarus says:

    “I have a better shot at the Presidency than he does!”

    Shep,

    Over time, the path to the Presidency has proven to be through great leadership in battle. Choose your battles carefully, perhaps against a neighboring state. I’m sure you can leverage that as well as someone who plagarizes speeches from RI governors.

  21. shep1975 says:

    Good advice. I’ve been contemplating battle against Tennessee. I like the state. I used to live there, but there is something just not right about it.

    Everytime I come through Chattanooga, I have this weird feeling like I’m already in Georgia even before I leave TN. I wonder if there’s something to it. I can’t be the only one who gets that feel.

  22. Bill Simon says:

    Jace,

    The ONLY reason I maintain PV is that it has history contained within it. Until some people die off, that history is crucial to remind people of certain other people who are still real rat-bastards and rat-b*tches.

  23. drjay says:

    i read PV although it is not updated very often–are you still doing the email/newsletter updates bill simon–i never get those either

  24. shep1975 says:

    I’m not sure how much alcohol will be needed, but don’t blame me if I end up drunk dialing Erick all night tonight because of his outrage. We all know Erick is behind this. When his minion Farris failed, he sent Clayton out to close us down, but we shall forge on…when we’re not at war with Tennessee that is.

  25. Chris says:

    While you might not believe it, I had nothing to do with this. In fact, I even linked the Thread-which-can-not-be-named into the blogroll.

  26. Chris says:

    AD70 – Titus and his legions destroy the temple at Jerusalem (for the children of course). The city becomes peaceful and nothing more note-worthy ever happens there.

  27. rugby fan says:

    I, I don’t know how I feel.

    On the one hand, I feel like my life is missing something important.

    And then rat-bastard seems genuinely apologetic. I might even call him by his name now.

    But worst of all, Tanalach Media continues, stronger and more confident than ever. We were so close to unearthing something big.

  28. Chris says:

    Thats why you never dig too deep. Once they know you’re on to them they’ll try and shut you up.

    For the Children

  29. Chris says:

    I do not believe in Santa, the toothfairy, the boogyman, Sadie Fields (oops I repeat myself) or that I’ll ever get Social Security Benefits.

    Rugby – since its a new thread, do the score’s reset? Might we petition the evil tyrant claytonTM to post the final scores in the thread-that-cannot-be-named?

    And since this is a new thread – I move we make Rugby the chairman of the committee that does not exist, for it if did there would be a conspiracy and – as we all know – there is not conspiracy for the children.

  30. Lorie says:

    That’s okay. I didn’t believe in the devil until W. And Sonny.

    BTW, I bow to your update. And second the motion

  31. IndyInjun says:

    By Jove, I do believe that the denizens of the Peach Pundit Pits have gotten a dose of what the Paulestinians got over at RedState.

    Lorie wrote – “That’s okay. I didn’t believe in the devil until W. And Sonny.” My goodness I have found the perfect woman!

    Empathy for the children and common sense to boot.

    Welcome to Peach Pundit, eh? Be careful – the Tanalach conspiracy is prone to do with its welcome mat what Lucy did with Charlie Brown’s football.

  32. Lorie says:

    Did I mention I wanted a gun club membership for my birthday? I finally figured out that shooting the heck out of a target was much more therapeutic than yoga.

    And remember…. FTC

  33. Icarus says:

    I should have known when I was asked to give someone a ride to the Capitol today that something was up.

    Once out of the house, a phone call here, a re-direct there, and it’s almost 10:00 by the time I’m home.

    And during this time, The Thread of Dreams is crushed, The 2306 Conspiracy is accepted, and everyone is going on their merry way.

    I for one, will not take this lying down.

    After all, it was not over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor.

    What this calls for is a stupid and futile gesture to be done. Someone has to put his foot down, and that foot is me.

    I’m going to take a short break and go buy 10,000 marbles.

  34. Chris says:

    I should have known when I was asked to give someone a ride to the Capitol today that something was up.

    You fool! The legislature wasn’t even in session. It was obviously a trap.

    To hell with 35, 2307 or Fight!

  35. Chris says:

    The TMC (We don’t dare speak their names) tells me they are working on a secret project for the children. I can’t reveal more – they already threatened by front page posting privileges. Notice you haven’t heard from Jace – they offed him.

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