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Goldwater
12-01-2008, 07:55 PM
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Michelle Obama is to receive this £20,000 thank you from her husband for her support during the election.

The Harmony ring is made of rhodium - the world's most expensive metal --and encrusted with diamonds. It is being hastily made by Italian designer Giovanni Bosco in time for January's inauguration ceremony.

Only about 25 tons of rhodium are mined each year, mostly in South Africa, and as a result its price is typically around £5,000 an ounce.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1090653/Barack-Obama-buy-rare-20-000-gold-ring-wife-say-thanks-support.html
Hmm, interesting?

Lars1701a
12-01-2008, 08:02 PM
Ya he knows what the common man is going through :rolleyes:


He reminds me of any brother that comes into a lot money, he buys ICE for his ho or grill or whatever they call it today

Jumpy
12-01-2008, 08:21 PM
I wonder if he ever quit smoking for her.

jeskibuff
12-01-2008, 08:28 PM
Something tells me we won't be hearing the DUmp screech about this. They were all over how George W. Bush was waging wars just to supposedly enhance his own wealth, when in reality GWB wore a $50 Timex Indiglo and found contentment clearing brush at his ranch.

What total hypocrites liberals are, but we all know that already, don't we?

JB
12-01-2008, 08:36 PM
I wonder if he ever quit smoking for her.I think the ring puts that on the back burner. :D

Hawkgirl
12-01-2008, 09:28 PM
He's just a common man with common needs...:rolleyes:

CueSi
12-01-2008, 09:33 PM
THE FVCK???

Not. Cool. It isn't our business, but now that we know. . .not. Cool.

~QC

jeskibuff
12-01-2008, 09:33 PM
He's just a common man with common needs...:rolleyes:Correction...he's just a common Democrat.

He likes to spend lots of money, especially when the money isn't his to begin with!

Lookout America! We're in for a VERY rough ride!

cat714
12-02-2008, 06:25 AM
That'll shut her up until the day she gets it. After that, she'll want to be president.

Sonnabend
12-02-2008, 06:40 AM
That'll shut her up until the day she gets it.

No, the ring is to make sure he gets it.:D

Regularly.:D

linda22003
12-02-2008, 07:22 AM
Okay, what I can pick up from this thread is that the women are jealous and the men are against making expenditures on jewelry. :rolleyes:

zBoots
12-02-2008, 08:40 AM
More Change!

Presidential Bling for the First Biznatch.

noonwitch
12-02-2008, 09:02 AM
Okay, what I can pick up from this thread is that the women are jealous and the men are against making expenditures on jewelry. :rolleyes:


I'd love it if a man bought me $30,000 worth of jewelry. I'd rather get a necklace than a ring, though-I always wanted an emerald necklace.

linda22003
12-02-2008, 09:08 AM
That ring wouldn't be my choice, either, but I could find something I like for $30k. People are being snippy about the amount being spent, and that always sounds like envy.

Lars1701a
12-02-2008, 09:29 AM
More Change!

Presidential Bling for the First Biznatch.

ROFL

That has to be the funniest post EVAH :D

Lars1701a
12-02-2008, 09:32 AM
That ring wouldn't be my choice, either, but I could find something I like for $30k. People are being snippy about the amount being spent, and that always sounds like envy.

not envy


Just wondering how "the man of the people" can spend 30k on a ring.

I cant wait till he gets a gold toofus or large rims on the Presidents limo :D

Odysseus
12-02-2008, 10:22 AM
Okay, what I can pick up from this thread is that the women are jealous and the men are against making expenditures on jewelry. :rolleyes:
I have no problem making expenditures on jewelry, or anyone else doing it. I do have a problem being told that I have to "share the wealth" by a guy who can afford to drop $30k on a single piece of jewelry, but doesn't think that my taxes are high enough.


Something tells me we won't be hearing the DUmp screech about this. They were all over how George W. Bush was waging wars just to supposedly enhance his own wealth, when in reality GWB wore a $50 Timex Indiglo and found contentment clearing brush at his ranch.

What total hypocrites liberals are, but we all know that already, don't we?
Yes, we do. What will be really funny is how they will justify this: "We just can't have the leader of the free world and the First Lady wearing something as common as gold, obviously. The bling sends a message, and that message is, 'Yes, I can wear as much bling as I want to, because I'm in charge.' Have to represent to those foreign leaders who wear Rolexes, right?" :rolleyes:

Let's see if they're still outraged about the GOP's $150,000 wardrobe buy for the Palin family after this.

Gingersnap
12-02-2008, 11:30 AM
not envy


Just wondering how "the man of the people" can spend 30k on a ring.:D

Nobody thinks that a prep school educated, Harvard law grad and bestselling author is a "man of the people". Still less if that guy wins the presidency of the United States. Obama can easily afford this piece.

I'm just amused that people seem to be in awe of the rhodium angle. Rhodium is expensive because very little of it is needed for anything. It's one of the more common plating materials for jewelry - including your ultra cheap jewelry. Both wildly expensive platinum and the average St. Michael medal are plated with rhodium.

If you want to get all the visual bling factor of Michelle's new ring, you can do it with laboratory-created diamonds in a white gold setting plated with our friend rhodium for around $1,500 bucks. :D

M21
12-02-2008, 11:40 AM
I cant wait till he gets a gold toofus or large rims on the Presidents limo :D
32's or spinners with the little gold crown air freshner? :D

Speedy
12-02-2008, 11:43 AM
I had a girlfriend right after I got out of prison that liked to design her own jewelry. The day she met my mom she was wearing five rings. Two on one hand, three on the other. My momed loved them and asked her how much they were. She said that she had about $60K on her hands. Of course, the woman owned two Caddilac dealerships and never tried to pass herself off as common or even caring about the common folk.

A lot different when you point out the evil rich who spend too much money and then spend $30K on a ring.

M21
12-02-2008, 11:47 AM
OK folks a bit of reality check. 30K for a wedding ring, while seemingly a lot of money, really isn't all that. How much did you pay for the car you drive to work? Isn't your wife worth it?

In the big scheme of things it's his money to do with as he pleases and if it pleases her then who am I to judge his motivation.

wiegenlied
12-02-2008, 12:27 PM
The size of this picture is really capturing eyes :eek:

M21
12-02-2008, 12:35 PM
The size of this picture is really capturing eyes :eek:

Rather than judging his motivation for buying it I'll call into question their taste. That's a pretty darn ugly mannish looking ring isn't it?

Gingersnap
12-02-2008, 12:38 PM
Rather than judging his motivation for buying it I'll call into question their taste. That's a pretty darn ugly mannish looking ring isn't it?

That's why slapping some rhodium plating on it won't help. There's a lot of expensive but ugly jewelry out there, though. Somebody is always buying it.

M21
12-02-2008, 12:51 PM
That's why slapping some rhodium plating on it won't help. There's a lot of expensive but ugly jewelry out there, though. Somebody is always buying it.I can't figuire it. Reminding myself I have to buy a tennis braclet for the Mrs very soon. They are probably expecting me at the "Galleria"

wiegenlied
12-02-2008, 02:37 PM
Okay, what I can pick up from this thread is that the women are jealous and the men are against making expenditures on jewelry. :rolleyes:

If I were him, I would have waited until I achieve at least one thing in my long lists of changes.

Not to mention I have an economic recession at hand to deal with and I have campaigned cutting taxes to provide basic necessities for lower income and middle class. And my Pelosi ordered the big-3 CEOs to "save money".

Ring isn't a basic necessity...

wiegenlied
12-02-2008, 02:42 PM
That's why slapping some rhodium plating on it won't help. There's a lot of expensive but ugly jewelry out there, though. Somebody is always buying it.

Gingersnap has a better taste than the president-elect :p

Gingersnap
12-02-2008, 02:50 PM
I can't figuire it. Reminding myself I have to buy a tennis braclet for the Mrs very soon. They are probably expecting me at the "Galleria"

"He went to Jared's!" :p

Lars1701a
12-02-2008, 02:50 PM
If I were him, I would have waited until I achieve at least one thing in my long lists of changes.

Not to mention I have an economic recession at hand to deal with and I have campaigned cutting taxes to provide basic necessities for lower income and middle class. And my Pelosi ordered the big-3 CEOs to "save money".

Ring isn't a basic necessity...


WE HAVE A WINNER!!!!11!111!!1!

thats why we are ripping into the magic negro.

Arroyo_Doble
12-02-2008, 04:22 PM
Not sure if it matters but there is a denial of the story (http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/1208/Obama_aide_denies_ring_story.html)

M21
12-02-2008, 04:49 PM
What is truth?

From the AP (http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iws_VLNyRvFjaUFcUOPxgJY-n-wAD94QOU6O0)


"The office of Giovanni Bosco, reached in northern Italy, also said the reports were incorrect."

Incorrect? Not exactly the same as false. We'll see.

Like I said I don't care if he does buy her the ring but it would be "patriotic" to buy from an American jeweler during these tough economic times.

linda22003
12-02-2008, 05:10 PM
not envy


Just wondering how "the man of the people" can spend 30k on a ring.

I cant wait till he gets a gold toofus or large rims on the Presidents limo :D

I do not know what a toofus is, but $30k is not an outrageous expenditure for some of us. :)

linda22003
12-02-2008, 05:12 PM
Ring isn't a basic necessity...

Speak for yourself. ;)

Lars1701a
12-02-2008, 05:17 PM
I do not know what a toofus is, but $30k is not an outrageous expenditure for some of us. :)

lol please you know damn well what it means.

linda22003
12-02-2008, 05:19 PM
No, it's not a word I recognize.

Speedy
12-02-2008, 05:30 PM
Not sure if it matters but there is a denial of the story (http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/1208/Obama_aide_denies_ring_story.html)

Pretty much as expected. The minute any flack pops up, they deny it. Of course, the only one who really takes a hit here is Michelle. What does she think about her pansy assed husband who promised her this ring and now takes it back because of "what they might say." What a dickless piece of shit and I am probably not to far off in saying that Michelle probably agrees with me.

The guy does not even have the balls to say, "So fucking what? I bought her a ring she deserves." Oh yeah, that would involve actually taking a definate stand. Why start now?

Odysseus
12-02-2008, 05:36 PM
If I were him, I would have waited until I achieve at least one thing in my long lists of changes.

Not to mention I have an economic recession at hand to deal with and I have campaigned cutting taxes to provide basic necessities for lower income and middle class. And my Pelosi ordered the big-3 CEOs to "save money".

Ring isn't a basic necessity...
He has accomplished one thing. He's gotten elected. :D

Gingersnap has a better taste than the president-elect :p
I propose her for Secretary of Bling.

I do not know what a toofus is, but $30k is not an outrageous expenditure for some of us. :)
It's Ebonics for "teeth." And $30K is not an outrageous expenditure if you're buying a car, paying for a wedding or a funeral or building an addition on your house. For a piece of jewelry, it's pretty frivolous, especially if your economic philosophy tends towards the socialist.

Arroyo_Doble
12-02-2008, 05:40 PM
It's Ebonics for "teeth."

Learn something new every day. I thought it was hick for tooth; like something Festus would say on Gunsmoke.

Gingersnap
12-02-2008, 05:46 PM
It's Ebonics for "teeth." And $30K is not an outrageous expenditure if you're buying a car, paying for a wedding or a funeral or building an addition on your house. For a piece of jewelry, it's pretty frivolous, especially if your economic philosophy tends towards the socialist.

It's outrageous if your double income is barely within shouting distance of $100K but it's not a big deal if you and your spouse are millionaires (they are). The bizarre aspect to this story is the media interest. It's one thing for us to sit around chatting about the Obamas' poor taste in fine jewelry but it's something else for the media to spend time on it.

Really, it's their money and they can spend it anyway they want to spend it. It's still ugly, though. :)

JB
12-02-2008, 06:08 PM
OK, who did he cheat on her with? I say Beyonce.

Barry's not gonna be a skank chaser like Bill. He'll go after the good stuff. A starlet or entertainer of some sort.

Jumpy
12-02-2008, 06:23 PM
Okay, what I can pick up from this thread is that the women are jealous and the men are against making expenditures on jewelry. :rolleyes:

I'm not jealous, but don't you think his wife would rather he quit smoking? That would mean more to me if I were his wife.

Speedy
12-02-2008, 07:46 PM
OK, who did he cheat on her with? I say Beyonce.

Barry's not gonna be a skank chaser like Bill. He'll go after the good stuff. A starlet or entertainer of some sort.

It won't be Beyonce. Nigga ain't gonna have no street cred unless he be fucking a white woman.

JB
12-02-2008, 08:07 PM
It won't be Beyonce. Nigga ain't gonna have no street cred unless he be fucking a white woman.Could make for a good discussion topic.

"Who is going to be Hussein's Marilyn"?

/end threadjack

CueSi
12-03-2008, 12:40 AM
I hate myself for laughing at this thread.

Aw, fuck, it's funny as hell anyway.:D

~QC

cat714
12-03-2008, 03:59 AM
I have no problem making expenditures on jewelry, or anyone else doing it. I do have a problem being told that I have to "share the wealth" by a guy who can afford to drop $30k on a single piece of jewelry, but doesn't think that my taxes are high enough.


EXACTLY! It has nothing to do with being jealous. These are the same folks who were making a big stink over how many properties the McCains own. :rolleyes: If you point your finger at someone, remember there are 3 more pointing at you.

And to be honest, that ring is fugly. To each is their own, but I wouldn't drop $30k on something so cheap looking. Someone should have directed them to Harry Winston or Cartier.

Lars1701a
12-03-2008, 07:24 AM
No, it's not a word I recognize.

Sorry I forgot you have no sense of humor. Carry on :rolleyes:

FlaGator
12-03-2008, 07:30 AM
Why was this posted in Breaking News?

linda22003
12-03-2008, 08:38 AM
Learn something new every day. I thought it was hick for tooth; like something Festus would say on Gunsmoke.

I learned something new, too. I doubt it's anything of value, though.

linda22003
12-03-2008, 08:40 AM
Sorry I forgot you have no sense of humor. Carry on :rolleyes:

Oh, I have one, but something actually has to be funny. Hence the misunderstanding from you.

Lars1701a
12-03-2008, 08:59 AM
I learned something new, too. I doubt it's anything of value, though.

There is value in all knowledge grasshopper.

Lars1701a
12-03-2008, 09:00 AM
Oh, I have one, but something actually has to be funny. Hence the misunderstanding from you.

Well who would have thunk it? :cool:

Odysseus
12-03-2008, 10:57 AM
EXACTLY! It has nothing to do with being jealous. These are the same folks who were making a big stink over how many properties the McCains own. :rolleyes: If you point your finger at someone, remember there are 3 more pointing at you.

And to be honest, that ring is fugly. To each is their own, but I wouldn't drop $30k on something so cheap looking. Someone should have directed them to Harry Winston or Cartier.
In other words, if you point your finger at the "rich," you might want to make sure that it doesn't have a $30,000 ring on it.

There is value in all knowledge grasshopper.
You've obviously never read an issue of Us Magazine.

It's outrageous if your double income is barely within shouting distance of $100K but it's not a big deal if you and your spouse are millionaires (they are). The bizarre aspect to this story is the media interest. It's one thing for us to sit around chatting about the Obamas' poor taste in fine jewelry but it's something else for the media to spend time on it.

Really, it's their money and they can spend it anyway they want to spend it. It's still ugly, though. :)
Again, the only outrage is that the Obamas demand that we get by on less, spread our wealth around, pay more taxes (it's patriotic, according to Biden) and chose service over wealth (except for military service), and then blow what is essentially six months' pay for the average family on a piece of bling. If they want to conspicuously consume, that's fine, but then don't tell me that I'm making too much and that I have to "give back" to the community.

OK, who did he cheat on her with? I say Beyonce.
Barry's not gonna be a skank chaser like Bill. He'll go after the good stuff. A starlet or entertainer of some sort.
I suspect that he's got a lot more discipline than Bill, and that we won't be seeing those kinds of scandals. That's okay, though, since the financial and political ones will more than make up for it.

CueSi
12-03-2008, 11:47 AM
Again, the only outrage is that the Obamas demand that we get by on less, spread our wealth around, pay more taxes (it's patriotic, according to Biden) and chose service over wealth (except for military service), and then blow what is essentially six months' pay for the average family on a piece of bling. If they want to conspicuously consume, that's fine, but then don't tell me that I'm making too much and that I have to "give back" to the community.


Hammer meet nail. If you're gonna tell us to tighten our belts, have the decency to at least PRETEND to be leading from the front. He won't even do that.

~QC

M21
12-03-2008, 11:50 AM
Hammer meet nail. If you're gonna tell us to tighten our belts, have the decency to at least PRETEND to be leading from the front. He won't even do that.

~QC

Chairman Mao never actually rode a bicycle himself. ;) "Do as I say not as I do"

linda22003
12-03-2008, 12:05 PM
Again, the only outrage is that the Obamas demand that we get by on less, spread our wealth around, pay more taxes (it's patriotic, according to Biden) and chose service over wealth (except for military service), and then blow what is essentially six months' pay for the average family on a piece of bling.

However, if you're only making $60k per year, you're not in the group that has to "patriotically" pay more taxes. The Obamas are.

Lars1701a
12-03-2008, 12:16 PM
However, if you're only making $60k per year, you're not in the group that has to "patriotically" pay more taxes. The Obamas are.


And here I thought you were smart, um yes you will pay higher in capitol gains taxes for starters. Then more in a gas tax (if he goes though with it), not to mention all the horse shit with a cap and trade the corporations will pass on to the consumer. I dont believe you or the magic negro about raising only the taxes of the "rich" its only a matter of time till he says we "all" have to chip in to fix this mess. Taxing only the rich is not going to make the kind of money he needs oh no it will have to come from the middle class as well.

linda22003
12-03-2008, 12:20 PM
And here I thought you were smart, um yes you will pay higher in capitol gains taxes for starters. Then more in a gas tax (if he goes though with it), not to mention all the horse shit with a cap and trade the corporations will pass on to the consumer. I dont believe you or the magic negro about raising only the taxes of the "rich" its only a matter of time till he says we "all" have to chip in to fix this mess. Taxing only the rich is not going to make the kind of money he needs oh no it will have to come from the middle class as well.

Oh, I know he wants me to pay higher capital gains (unlike you, I not only know how to spell it but I would be heavily affected by it). I'm also affected by his plan to tax "the rich". Those are two of the main reasons I didn't vote for him. I don't think this current climate is one in which those things will come to pass, and he has already sent signals that these items are going on the back burner. Delay is probably all we can hope for.

biccat
12-03-2008, 12:31 PM
Then more in a gas tax (if he goes though with it)
Actually, he's altered his stance (http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/energy/6143060.html) on that one.

Change we can believe in!

CueSi
12-03-2008, 12:42 PM
Chairman Mao never actually rode a bicycle himself. ;) "Do as I say not as I do"

Fuck him too.:p

~QC

M21
12-03-2008, 12:53 PM
Fuck him too.:p

~QCI like the way you think. :D

Odysseus
12-03-2008, 02:13 PM
However, if you're only making $60k per year, you're not in the group that has to "patriotically" pay more taxes. The Obamas are.
With the amount that congress is spending now on bailouts, we're looking at a projected deficit of over $1.3 trillion this year. Maybe Obama is going to continue to run record deficits throughout his administration, cut spending or embrace supply-side economics and institute further tax cuts as a stimulus, but even if he doesn't institute a tax hike this year, he's planning on letting the Bush tax cuts expire in 2011, which is going to raise taxes across the board. OTOH....

Actually, he's altered his stance (http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/energy/6143060.html) on that one.
Change we can believe in!
It's actually a logical position, since oil prices have halved in the last few months, there's no windfall profits to tax, so don't implement it. Of course, the KOssacks and DUmpsters are going to go ballistic when they find out that the class war is over before it's begun.

d_va
12-03-2008, 02:29 PM
Not sure if it matters but there is a denial of the story (http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/1208/Obama_aide_denies_ring_story.html)

Best part of Politico are the comments, especially the Dali-bama :D

Lars1701a
12-03-2008, 02:42 PM
Oh, I know he wants me to pay higher capital gains (unlike you, I not only know how to spell it but I would be heavily affected by it). I'm also affected by his plan to tax "the rich". Those are two of the main reasons I didn't vote for him. I don't think this current climate is one in which those things will come to pass, and he has already sent signals that these items are going on the back burner. Delay is probably all we can hope for.


E gads the spelling nazi struck again :rolleyes:

So you admit you were wrong in the post I replied too? people who make 60k will be taxed.

FlaGator
12-03-2008, 03:00 PM
And here I thought you were smart, um yes you will pay higher in capitol gains taxes for starters. Then more in a gas tax (if he goes though with it), not to mention all the horse shit with a cap and trade the corporations will pass on to the consumer. I dont believe you or the magic negro about raising only the taxes of the "rich" its only a matter of time till he says we "all" have to chip in to fix this mess. Taxing only the rich is not going to make the kind of money he needs oh no it will have to come from the middle class as well.

"Taxing the rich" is just another way of taxing everyone because business owners (rich or not) will pass the extra tax burden on to the consumer. It always amuses me when the DUers go on and on about corporate welfare without realizing that raising corporate taxes merely drives up consumer prices. Those corporations don't pay taxes.

linda22003
12-03-2008, 05:23 PM
So you admit you were wrong in the post I replied too? :eek:people who make 60k will be taxed.

No, I didn't admit that. I was saying I'm in the group that will be. Which is WAY above $60k. It's way above twice that.

Odysseus
12-03-2008, 06:12 PM
No, I didn't admit that. I was saying I'm in the group that will be. Which is WAY above $60k. It's way above twice that.

But people making $60K and less will be taxed more, because increased corporate taxes are passed on in increased costs to consumers. That's how the VAT works in Europe. The most obvious example is gasoline taxes, which are supposedly paid by the oil companies, but all they do is increase the price at the pump and turn that amount over to the government. Taxing a corporation doesn't take money out of their pockets (except to the extent that it causes a drop in the demand for their products), it just turns them into an adjunct of the IRS.

jeskibuff
12-03-2008, 07:09 PM
OK, who did he cheat on her with? I say Beyonce.

Barry's not gonna be a skank chaser like Bill. He'll go after the good stuff. A starlet or entertainer of some sort.Naw...it was probably just another fling with Larry Sinclair.

PC Guy
12-03-2008, 09:09 PM
Correction...he's just a common Democrat.

He likes to spend lots of money, especially when the money isn't his to begin with!

Lookout America! We're in for a VERY rough ride!

Your first statement: the money he spends comes from responsible citizens that work ceaselessly to make ends meet for their families and themselves :mad: (which is just about every member here on this forum).

2nd statement: No doubt the next 4 years is going to be a roller coaster ride. The only way to make it a bit smoother is if conservative Republicans hold the majority of the seats in Congress on 2010 (don't forget that a handful number of seats in both the Senate and House of Rep. will be up for election in 2010 :)).

Gingersnap
12-03-2008, 09:31 PM
Your first statement: the money he spends comes from responsible citizens that work ceaselessly to make ends meet for their families and themselves :mad: (which is just about every member here on this forum).

Got to interject a little perspective here: he is a wealthy man partly because of his various political jobs but mostly because of his books (recently) and other sources of income (wife's jobs). Michelle (bless her heart) isn't getting that ugly ring on our dime. Thankfully.

If I'm going to trick out the First Lady, I want a little more craftsmanship and style. ;)

zBoots
12-03-2008, 09:37 PM
Got to interject a little perspective here: he is a wealthy man partly because of his various political jobs but mostly because of his books (recently) and other sources of income (wife's jobs). Michelle (bless her heart) isn't getting that ugly ring on our dime. Thankfully.

If I'm going to trick out the First Lady, I want a little more craftsmanship and style. ;)

Maybe it could be a new TV show, Pimp our First Biznatch.

Gingersnap
12-03-2008, 09:42 PM
Maybe it could be a new TV show, Pimp our First Biznatch.

Whoa! If they put that on before '24' next January, I would totally watch it! :D

zBoots
12-03-2008, 09:58 PM
That bazeezy needs some a blingablinga up on her. Treat her right and smack dat ass. Put a damn plate in her lip and a bone in her nose and our kenyan brother would hog ass wild.

marinejcksn
12-04-2008, 08:03 AM
http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/2/3/2/4/4/webimg/55334065_tp.jpg

Some of you will get this. :D

Odysseus
12-04-2008, 09:46 AM
Whoa! If they put that on before '24' next January, I would totally watch it! :D
Couldn't do it. The Obamaniacs would never allow it on Fox. It would have to be the follow on for Heroes or Fringe.

http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/2/3/2/4/4/webimg/55334065_tp.jpg

Some of you will get this. :D
ROFLOL

Goldwater
12-04-2008, 06:05 PM
http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/2/3/2/4/4/webimg/55334065_tp.jpg

Some of you will get this. :D

I think I get it.

PoliCon
12-04-2008, 11:31 PM
not envy


Just wondering how "the man of the people" can spend 30k on a ring.

I cant wait till he gets a gold toofus or large rims on the Presidents limo :D
DUDE spinners on the limo would be da bomb!

PoliCon
12-04-2008, 11:32 PM
I think I get it.if you were getting it - you'd know. You'd know for SURE!

marinejcksn
12-05-2008, 04:16 AM
if you were getting it - you'd know. You'd know for SURE!

It's from when Family Guy was actually still funny. For those who don't get the reference, just google "Diamonds: She'll pretty much have to", it's the first youtube video that pops up. Hilarious and so true. :D

wiegenlied
12-05-2008, 04:48 AM
I propose her for Secretary of Bling.

Speaking of bling, one of today headlines is "Sarkozy Morphs From ‘President Bling-Bling’ to WorkerChampion (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=a1h2BUaxX.wM&refer=exclusive)":D

cat714
12-08-2008, 06:17 AM
http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/2/3/2/4/4/webimg/55334065_tp.jpg

Some of you will get this. :D

:eek: I can't believe you went there...LMAO!

marinejcksn
12-08-2008, 11:16 AM
:eek: I can't believe you went there...LMAO!

It's pretty darn funny...and I think I can speak for most men here that it's also true. :p