HomePersonalMonday Monsters Monday Monsters Kevin February 21, 2005 Personal 11 Comments It’s hard to believe it’s not Sunday, given that I’m being climbed on by three kids anxious for attention. I’ve made an executive decission… today is Sunday (again). Weekend Caption Contest winners will be announced this evening. Another Day, Another Looney Tune Yet more hypocrisy from the left Related Posts “I’m excited to meet my son and see what we can accomplish in this world together” I Got One Foot On A Banana Peel, The Other In The Twilight Zone Am I a liberal now for sharing this… and agreeing with it? About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 11 Comments julie February 21, 2005 Uh-oh! Your fourth kid, Henry, is going to be very upset. Rodney Dill February 21, 2005 I thought that was little “h”, henry that gets upset. Mike February 21, 2005 You only get climbed on by your kids one day a week? You’re lucky. Henry February 21, 2005 Julie, that wasn’t nice >. julie February 21, 2005 Oh, come on! I saw your earlier post about wanting the contest to be announced. And, aren’t you a little wizzer? 😉 Henry February 22, 2005 Then what are you? (and yes, I do wizz when I have to, only not little 😉 ) By the way…still not up >. Laura Lee Donoho February 22, 2005 Well which is it young fella? You want I should freeze or get down on the ground? Mean to say, iffen I freeze, I can’t rightly drop. And iffen I drop, I’m a gonna be in motion. Ya see- we are still a waitin on your contest results. Henry February 22, 2005 c’mon, tell us about the Condi Rice. fgirstbrokenangel February 23, 2005 FEBRUARY SCHOOL VACTION – isn’t it a blast? Cindy Henry February 23, 2005 It must be a long vacation to have gone on so long ;-). No worries, though, I haven’t posted on my blog in days, so I can’t complain (my reasons include engineering schoolwork) BR February 23, 2005 Dear Kevin – I understand you were busy at CPAC. I’m looking forward to an analysis by you of the conference’s main achievements / your overall view – or did I miss it in an earlier thread?