The following is a message from Eddie Eddings, owner and president of Calvinistic Cartoons:
As much as I try to avoid interrupting this blog with announcements, from time to time I feel it's my duty to inform you readers of what is happening. Britain's top share index hit a 15-month closing low on Tuesday, with banks and commodity stocks leading a broad-based sell-off, as growing doubts over Greece's ability to stave off a debt default triggered fears of financial turmoil. Now you know.
Are the penguins in Kuwait alright?ReplyDelete
Hey Joel, thanks for asking. All seven died of heat exhaustion.ReplyDelete
This is all quite troubling...I mean, the fact that only Corky and that crazy Arminian guy are the only ones watching your movie!ReplyDelete
Well sorta...they both have their backs to him.ReplyDelete
oh BTW, Greece should be doing just fine now. I was there two weeks ago and paid $34 USD for a piece of cake and two cups of coffee.ReplyDelete
[it was really good coffee]
Oh no, the penguins died? How sad! :(ReplyDelete
It does sound serious ... I'm concerned; will 'Top Gear' continue programming?ReplyDelete
I feel informed, especially about penguins.ReplyDelete
The penguins died?! :-(ReplyDelete
Well, I guess it’s off to New Zealand for me. Elijah Wood got rid of that freaky Sauron thingy, right?ReplyDelete
There were penguins in Kuwait? What were they wearing?ReplyDelete
don't worry, the penguins were predestined to perspire in the pressing heat. It happens.ReplyDelete
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