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    Tuesday, August 07, 2007

    Tuesday Talkback

    A little talkback to the moaners to brighten the day...

    “Who designed those free giveaway baseball caps from the Indians game on Friday night? I realize they were free, but really now. Kelly green camouflage mesh hat, with that ridiculous bucktoothed red Indian logo on the front? It’s the ugliest thing I ever saw. I told my husband to throw it away.” — Middleburg Heights

    Would any free Indians hat be satisfactory, when you hate the logo as you do? Lots of people call the logo racist, but instead, you call it bucktoothed. Kelly green camouflage (as opposed to olive green) sounds like the kind of hat that you'd have to give away, but like you said, "they were free." But, that you told your husband to throw it away... what, too big a princess to do it yourself? Or was it his hat in the first place, and you were once again telling him how to dress? I bet if you go out to the garage, you'll find the hat, and he wears it when you aren't around. That, and a pair of your pantyhose.

    “On the Food Channel, the women all have their hair flying around. When we had home ec(onomics) in high school, we were always told to pull it back. What gives?” — Euclid

    Your hair in the food is gross. Rachael Ray in the EVOO is hot. If you have any questions, please refer to the picture at right, or to this Google image search.

    Even if Rachael was just cooking for home, it seems her husband wouldn't mind things ending up in his food, just a guess.

    “To Fairview Park police who gave me a $20 parking ticket while I sat in a running car with my small children in front of Giant Eagle, but the same police will sit in the driveway of a friend a couple doors down and talk for half an hour at a stretch on my tax dollar. He could have asked me to move.” — No city

    KUDOS and CHEERS to the Fairview Park police, who are cracking down on these idiots who stand indefinitely along the curb at the grocery store. Missy, you think the fact that your car was running and that you had two small children in the car exempts you from the prohibition against parking in a fire lane? Think again! He could have asked you to move? Well, you could have parked your car in a proper parking space, instead of waiting to be told to go do it!

    And now they are monitoring you from your neighbors driveway, so look out! You better not be throwing batteries or paint cans in the trash, getting extra channels on your cable you aren't paying for, or making phone calls to foreigners. You are being watched.

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    Comments on "Tuesday Talkback"


    Blogger anne said ... (10:49 AM, August 07, 2007) : 

    I'm just happy to see Rachael Ray wearing something other than a tight unitard shirt and jeans with a giant belt. Seriously, could someone please update her wardrobe on that show?

    And it sounds like the moaner is the same old lady who complains about women who don't wear stockings anymore. Home economics? Who the hell takes Home economics anymore?


    Blogger Gina Ventre said ... (11:05 AM, August 07, 2007) : 

    I watch Rachael Ray, as Audient knows, and while her show itself doesnt bother me, her outfits sometimes do. Not only are they unitards, but they all feature some kind of unique neckline that does nothing for, well, a smaller chest.


    Anonymous Noelle M. said ... (1:15 PM, August 08, 2007) : 

    Hi Audient-
    As a regular reader of your blog, I was more than a little surprised to see your link to the Google search regarding Rachal Ray's husband and his unsavory sexual interests. I'm not a fan of Rachel's and yet still I'm bothered- I guess it seems a little beneath you.
    Thank you for the usually great insight and clever observations in this blog and congratulations on your wedding.
    I wish you all the best.


    Blogger Audient said ... (1:31 PM, August 08, 2007) : 

    Noelle, thanks for reading. I agree that Rachael Ray deserves better.


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