Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Lord of the Flies: An Allegory

It’s hard to believe that Lady M didn’t show up for the Big White’s first annual Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender Pride Month celebration last evening. Normally she loves these  gatherings. Aside from the trannies, she’s usually the best looking woman in the room.

But her absence was unavoidable. I’m just going to leave it at that. I think the “loose lips sink ships” maxim has been more than adequately demonstrated around here lately.

But just because Lady M was unable to attend the festivities due to a previous engagement does not mean that the Big White wasn’t more than adequately represented:

jan cabinet mtg Valerie B. Jarrett - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2 joeyb

 david ax



Oh, and Our Lord of the Flies, of course.

ain't no flies on me

I leave it to you to determine who is representing whom.

In other news, Big Guy met earlier with representatives from the health insurance sector. In our Official Big White Blog, under “The Affordable Care Act” we’ve posted this:

The President meets with health insurers about keeping rates low, and discusses the profoundly meaningful Patients' Bill of Rights coming into effect with health reform.

Huh? Profoundly meaningful? That’s beginning to sound ominous. I wonder what it means.

And of course, General McChrystal will be here later today with his resignation. I’ll keep you posted.

“The world, that understandable and lawful world, was slipping away.” Lord of the Flies, Chapter 5: Beast from Water.