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A Piece of History?

They do provide the disclaimer that the bread is hard and crumbly.
Here's Madonna's chance to sweep in and show her support for Clark by buying his sweater for Guy Ritchie.

In an attempt to avoid watching the State of the Union a/k/a Dubya’s re-elect me speech, I visited one of my favorite sites: WhoWouldBuyThat? Each week, people like you and me submit krazee items off internet auction boards, mostly from ebay.

Two from this week are of note. For the political collector, bid on Wesley Clark’s argyle sweater. The payment is being donated to charity and is already over $14,000!!!

I also enjoyed the ‘vintage’ loaf of WonderBread…as the poster on Who Would But That? stated…it’s a great collectible…if you collect penicillin.

Okay, now I’ll go read the synopsis of the speech…and listen to the spin doctors…but at least I don’t have to listen to all the applause…can’t take that…

{ 2 } Comments

  1. M | January 20, 2004 at 9:36 pm | Permalink

    I couldn’t watch. I turned it on for about 3 seconds and he was chatting up religious institutions and heterosexual marriage – so then I yelled at the TV and went to give my Dubya action figure a good whack on the head.

    I’d much rather buy ancient Wonder Bread than watch Dubya.

  2. Kelly | January 21, 2004 at 12:03 am | Permalink

    I watched the State of the Union address, and I just wanted to mention a couple of highlights. Bush said, “The Patriot Act will expire next year,” which was clearly a lead-in to something, but a bunch of Democrats began applauding. Then there were the numerous cuts to Ted Kennedy looking unimpressed/annoyed when Bush spoke about certain policies, such as prescriptions for seniors. But Bush was playing down how thoroughly conservative he is, and that creeped me out. Reminded me of the Republican convention in 2000.

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