What a field day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly saying, "hooray for our side"

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Huzzpah Chutzpah (for Nathan)

So, Karl Rove on Hannity just admonished the Obama Administration on being too arrogant, and how that's a horrible thing.

So, uh, how's "The Math" working out for you Karl? Good thing there's enough sycophantic love out there, and a welcome crutch, to keep you in kibble.

Or, "Hello, Kettle? Yeah, Pot calling here..."

5 comments:

Nathan said...

Would it be impertinent of me to point out that Chutzpah is spelled...well, it's spelled like I just spelled it.

Don't get me wrong; I don't expect more from Ohioans.

:D

Steve Buchheit said...

Have it your way, Nathan. Next thing you're going to tell me it's actually Chanukah and not Hanukkah.

And I'll remind you, I grew up (until the sixth grade) in Southern Jersey. Yeah, I know, Jersey. What can you do.

Steve Buchheit said...

Also, "huzzpah", it's the Italian Jewish in me.

Nathan said...

Chanukah gets spelled any old way you want -- Ghanoocka is acceptable to me. And "yarmulke" is accepted spelling, but doesn't make any damned sense at all, so I'm prepared to make allowances for creative or phonetic spelling in that instance.

But Huzzpah? This is just rwong. And no, it's really not the "Italian Jewish" in you -- It's the Ohio. (That can be used as an excuse or an accusation; feel free to choose what works for you..)

Steve Buchheit said...

well, Hutzpah is an acceptable (according to my dictionaries) spelling, and the double "z" in italian is spoken with an unwritten "t". I'm just saying. :)