More “Chibama” adventures!
I really like this guy’s sense of humor… for some Friday Fun – here’s the continuing saga of the Obama Chia Head: “Chibama.”
Waterboarding for Peace!
“Well it is once again time to honor our Great Leader.
Because he has changed his position on “torture” and refuses now to release TRUE torture pictures – (what a joke that is) – we thought that this week we could really put Saint Obama to the test, and show his willingness to withstand waterboarding for peace!
What a brave soul Saint Obama is. He has dedicated his life to peace through surrender: first to Chavez in Venezuela, Castro in Cuba, the lunatics in Iran, who knows who is next? He will just keep us guessing.”
SEE PREVIOUS “CHIBAMA” ADVENTURES AFTER THE JUMP!
I find today’s Readerpix entry quite entertaining. A Hoboken411 reader received some photos from relatives in the Midwest – about their “pet project,” The Obama Chia Head – or as they called it the “ChiBama.”
Hoboken411 reader photo gallery of the day – 5/8/2009
“Photo One: I thought you would enjoy seeing the progress of my Obama Chia Pet. However, my secretary is toast if she does not get his bald spot cleared up! I told her that her most important job was to make sure the chia pet thrives! I think that this is a fitting salute to Saint Obama’s 100th day of greatness!
Photo Two: In these perilous times, with severe risk of infection from the dreaded Mexican Oink Flu, we have taken extraordinary precautions to protect our Obama Chia Pet.
Keep in mind that I specifically got my Obama Chia Pet to honor the genius who just one month ago said that he did not speak “Austrian.” (Neither do the Austrians – they speak German).
It is so great to have such a brilliant guy in the White House, isn’t it?”
[Stay tuned for tomorrow’s Readerpix entry! – Note: one reader’s photo(s) will be featured each day at approximately 11am. Unless your photo is time-sensitive – it will be published in the order it was received! Additional note: Your pictures will have a better chance of being published if they’re in “landscape” mode, as opposed to the taller “portrait” modes… ]