Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Pro-Life, Sure, but Not Pro-Spelling



It was that "March for Life" thing on the Mall today, and those people were absolutely swarming in and around my workplace. Seriously, during things like this, the National Gallery of Art just becomes a glorified restroom with Rembrandts. And once again, these people trash the Mall like no other protesters. My favorite moment of the day was having a "waitaminute" moment when I spied an eight-year-old girl holding a sign saying I Vote Pro-Life. Um... no you don't, honey.

This year, though, I sensed an opportunity for profit, so I asked the Wonketeers if they would like me to take some pictures of the grisly spectacle, and they said, "Yes, please!" So head on over there, won't you, and cringe along with me!

As an aside, when I was putting together this entry, I came across this oldy, one of the most ridiculous posts I've ever done here, and the belated comments are absolutely priceless. People pick the strangest times to take this blog seriously.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

:.( Can't go to Wonkette anymore after that jerkoff fired the best writers.

John said...

I love the Ron Paul sign at Wonkette. I think that "Life, Liberty, :)" will be the rallying cry of a generation.

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

:.( Can't go to Wonkette anymore after that jerkoff fired the best writers.

First of all, sure you can. It sounds like you won't, though. Second, since I haven't been fired, I guess I'm not one of "the best."

Thanks!

Karenzipdrive said...

I wish I were straight so I could get pregnant and abort it, just to show these geeks I can.

IntangibleArts said...

Egad-dammit, sometimes I miss working within walking distance to the Mall, for such displays of human savagery... Would've been almost as much fun as infiltrating that huge "march for Jesus" in the '80s, posing as a rabid-insane follower of TV preacher Robert Tilton, speaking in tongues and rolling around on the ground.

I may not be a woman, but dammit, I'll have an abortion anyway. Just gotta figure it out first...

DiSa said...

Homeschooling + Prolife protests = brilliance.

jolie said...

hey there princess, do you work at the same national gallery currently housing stephen colbert's heroic visage?

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

Nooooo... that's the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.