Friday, October 10, 2008

A House Divided

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Thanks to my sharp-eyed wife for spotting this in our neighborhood. No such divisions in our household.

WHAT HAPPENED IN THE OFFICE LUNCHROOM YESTERDAY: one of my co-workers asked me if i could say "Where is my lunch?" in Japanese. I could. Getting pretty excited.

TOMORROW: oom pah pah.

17 comments:

Jim said...

I love the signs, a great way to put some humor into the signs. I see my choice is there.

Bill said...

Too funny!

Virginia said...

I say, "Kick him to the curb!"

You need to be learning how to order wine in Japanese. FIrst things first. I have already nailed "Will you buy me a glass of champagne in French!"
Priorities S.T.!

TOG said...

WOW! Three presidents in a row.

Saretta said...

How funny!

Sally said...

I like the look of the garden. So Palin hasn't won over that Democrat woman!

Knoxville Girl said...

heeheehee. Obama's out in front, I notiec...

Sharon said...

All I can say is "smart woman".

yawetag said...

Wow. I'm not normally in that part of town, but I saw this house on Monday. I know it's the same one based on the surroundings.

I laughed when I saw it. When I told my dad (who was in the car with me), he laughed as well.

I wanted to get both signs, then get a sign that says "Just Vote!" My feeling is that I don't care who you vote for, but that you should exercise your right to vote.

Anonymous said...

It's like I, a Democrat, always tell my former boss, a Republican: My vote cancels out yours!

Virginia said...

LEt me clarify my comment.
She should kick Him (her husband) to the curb!

Bibi said...

Strangetastes, your past photos have been wonderful; especially love the humor on this one and your Oct. 5th one. I've been pretty much a silent observer for a while. Since my husband passed on, I haven't been doing as much commenting as I should, but I'll get there. Bon voyage to you, and am looking forward to photos from the Buddhist monastery if you get there.

Pat said...

It's nice to see two people in the same house with open minds. Hopefully, after this election the two parties can work together in their homes, like this couple are doing in STL. Suggesting to kick either spouse to the curb is the kind of thinking this country does not need.

Great picture.

Melody said...

That is an awesome picture!

D.C. Confidential said...

That is BRILLIANT! There's one way to work around those political differences. I wonder if they'll still be married at the end of whoever wins this next election?

Priceless!

Helen said...

This is awesome. Nice capture!!

bluemoonpaul said...

This is exactly the type of couple who will last this election and many beyond, precisely because of the humor displayed. What a pleasure to see this rather than the more typical defacement. Thanks for sharing it, Strange.