I’m a super duper pooper…

Tommy had his first restaurant experience today. He was so good. We went to this little local place that was here back when the town just farmland and pretty much is only frequented by the old timers. So little ol’ ladies were practically dropping out of the sky to kiss on him and hug him and tell him how cute he was. He tried to feed one lady a fistful of eggs, which she declined gracefully. He was really great, and didn’t make a big mess, or fuss or anything. It was great. Now I know we can take him places, so we’re not committed to only pizza or chinese delivery if we don’t feel like cooking. Obviously, I’m still not going to take him to nice places, because that’s just rude to other diners, but I know we can probably do chain restaurants without hassle.

So, after breakfast, my friend Carla and I are at the store, looking at baby clothes. The boy looks up and sees a dancing bear and starts making the “ooooh, ooooh!” sound. Carla falls for it and gets the bear and says, “Oh, let me buy this for him, he obviously wants it.” Well, ok…he seems really happy with it. He’s holding it and giggling…then he pressed the activator button and the bear started to sing and dance. Here is the song that got played over and over and over again as we wandered through the store:

I’m a super duper pooper!
I know when I have to go!
I’m a super duper pooper!
I’m the best pooper you know!”

I am not making that up. Nor am I making it up that I will some how, some day get even with her for this.

Caught in the web….
Whack-a-Goth. Come on, you know you want to…

The more commercial television news you watch, the more wrong you are likely to be about key elements of the Iraq War and its aftermath, according to a major new study released in Washington on Thursday.

Also of note: A majority of Americans have held at least one of three mistaken impressions about the U.S.-led war in Iraq. The three common mistaken impressions are that:

  • U.S. forces found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
  • There’s clear evidence that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein worked closely with the Sept. 11 terrorists.
  • People in foreign countries generally either backed the U.S.-led war or were evenly split between supporting and opposing it.
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