Friday, October 12, 2012

A Few More Great Moments in Editing


It's been almost a month since we've taken a look at great moments in editing, so why not let's get to it, eh? ...

Sometimes you have to read the fine print to see what you're really getting ...


If you know of any NBA players looking to furnish their living rooms ...


I wonder how much this study cost, and who paid for it ...


I didn't realize that there was an art section on the qualifying exam for detectives ...


Well, if he's dead, at least he shouldn't have to pay taxes, right? I wonder if the GOP has tumbled on to this approach yet ...


Eleanor wasn't in the same league as other glamorous first ladies like Jackie Kennedy and Carla Bruni, but this was a bit low ...


Amazing! Just amazing! ...


I think I'll pass on these ...


And this ...


Too bad ... it was probably better than fire-and-brimstone sermons as a way of attracting worshipers ...


And there you have it ... another installment of Great Moments in Editing. Just what you needed to get you over the Vice Presidential debate. Good luck with the next few weeks.

Have a good day. More thoughts tomorrow.

Bilbo

4 comments:

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Well, I'm glad that Westville Church opted for modesty.

but was the FDR sculpturer a Republican?

I'll try filling up my car for a while.

Big Sky Heidi said...

Was the sculpturer implying that Mrs. Roosevelt was a bitch?

Mike said...

I'm thinking about buying that couch but haven't figured out how to get it picked up yet.

Kristen Lavransdrittsekkdatter said...

I'm intrigued by the notion of topless churches. Doesn't sound Lutheran.