March 17, 2009

Today My Name Is Robbo O'Llama

(No, I'm actually Scots but I just felt like saying that.)

The LMC is actually our resident Paddy. Perhaps I could call on him for a couple of lace-curtain Irish jokes? They're quite funny.

In the meantime, I was musing on St. Patrick as I trudged up from the metro this morning, trying to picture what life for him must have been among hordes of 5th Century heathen savages and thinking that I couldn't possibly imagine it, living in our own times.

However, as I passed the local Obama Inauguration Store, I noticed prominently displayed in the window a green shirt with shamrocks on it which read, "Drink Up, Bitches!"

Got me thinking that perhaps things aren't so very different after all.

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