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Today was a Good Day as long as I ignored the Debt Ceiling News

Today was a good day.  It wasn’t one of those “oh, nothing bad happened” or “holy shit, I won the lotto and got married” kind of days.  It was just one of those days where a bunch of little nice things added up to sunshine and happy.

Apparently, Obama gave a speech last night.  This is what he said:

 I like to cave. But this time I’m not caving. I tried to cave a little, but they wanted me to cave a lot. Economy go boom. America sad.

I actually didn’t watch it.  But apparently Obama’s call for people to call Boehner and tell him he’s a boner worked.  Click here to e-mail Boehner and tell him he’s a boner.

Anyway, back to the good times!

I won $5 at the last flash fiction contest at Boxing With Pencils.  I got a free pair of panties at Victoria’s Secret.  I sampled every tea they have for sampling at Teavanna.  I bought cute shorts with a free belt for only $10.  I helped a lady at the community college register for classes.  I wrote an topic page for Cracked.com about Zebrafish.  Zebrafish are awesome.

You’re also awesome.  Never forget to be awesome.

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  1. inurbase
    July 27, 2011 at 3:05 am

    I approve of the zebrafish article.

    Also…was literally telling Boehner that he’s a boner the point of this exercise, because that’s how I handled it.

    • scandalousmuffin
      July 27, 2011 at 3:45 am

      Me too.

  2. July 28, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    You just made our day at boxing with pencils mentioning us along side Zebrafish – I like that they like to party because it’s good to not always be about school…..oh shit.

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