Friday, February 27, 2009

Chairman of the Board



I demand a bailout.   And would someone Puhleese iron this tablecloth?

11 comments:

Parker said...

How much are you asking for?
I'd ask for a case of Tuna!

Daisy said...

With all the bailout moneys, you would think there would be enough for all of us!

Honey P. Sunshine said...

ha ha yoo are so cute

Eric and Flynn said...

We hope your demands are met.

see you there! said...

why not a bailout for you? Everyone seems to be lining up for one.

Eclipse

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