Chris Stevens, Ty Woods, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty.
Governor Kitzhaber thinks he looks cool and mavericky when he wears his jeans and jacket with
elbow patches, but it’s just self involvement and boorishness when you wear your uniform to the State of the Union address and sit with the FLOTUS.
Even Ted Nugent removed his hat. That’s him sitting next to Pink Martini’s Thomas Lauderdale (see post here about it).
the last time the senate had a budget michael jackson was alive. he died in 2009
Nobody but her parents knew who CArrie Prejean was
The Salahis hadn’t broken into the Whhite House yet.
The Droid Phone hadn’t been created yet.
The Barnes and Noble Nook 6″ e reader hadn’t hit the market yet
The iPhone 3Gs hadn’t been launched yet.
We found out Don Draper wasn’t really the Mad Man’s real name.
Breaking Bad was still a new show.
for my: when was the last time we had a budget? segment
susan boyle had just song on Britain’s got talent
:40 what is the dream
we’ll just talk over the ending
the hurt locker hadn’t been released in US yet
the beer summit hadn’t happened yet
start this at 2:05
UP wasn’t UP yet
these officers were still alive
:04 we’re in pierce county
the wise latina hadn’t been named to the supreme court yet
1:46 and with that
fade after 2:27
This chihuahua was still alive
:21 music…yo quiero taco bell till the end
Rachel Uchitel was still an Alleged mistress and Tiger hadn’t made this speech yet.
you can stop at 1:21 if you want
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