UnderDog and I took a long deserved holiday... boating in the Black Sea, skiing in the Urals, photographing the people's struggle in France. (which has been mis-labeled as "riots" by the vast right wing media conspiracy) It was mid December when Udie and I made it back to the USSA. At this time Udie popped the question... would I marry him? I told him I had to think it over. After all I was 'married" to the international socialist cause since 1957 and I was unsure about such western bourgoisie traditions, besides, Hillary has promised to abolish marriage when she comes into power. Oh, poor Laika's head was spinning.
Udie just wagged his tail and said he'd give me some time to think about it. He then said he was going down to the newstand in our hotel to get some cigars and a magazine while I mixed cocktails. UnderDog is so humble and loveable that I don't know how I deserve him. I am so lucky. How could I let him down after what that Polly Purebred bitch did to him. All that was quickly pushed aside when Udie came back from the newstand.
"Laika, come quick" Udie barked.
"No it doesn't Laika, why do you ask?"
"Precisely Udie, that's why we need to get to Mona before the Moonbatman to protect the Frequency."
To be continued.....
Be here next week, same Moonbat Time, same Moonbat Channel!
At the platform of the Paris train station, they nervously search the crowd for a clue to identify the envoy. Without knowing the name or appearance of their comrade, they are surprised to find that she is a female. (They almost miss her because they don't expect the envoy to be a woman.) The no-nonsense, somber, humorless, severe and drably-clothed Soviet Nina Ivanovna Yakushova (aka "Ninotchka") (Greta Garbo) presents herself to her colleagues. When they are taken aback by the Envoy Extraordinary, she then unsmilingly cautions them to downplay her sexuality and not act gallantly:
Don't make an issue of my womanhood. We're here for work. All of us. Let's not waste any time. Shall we go?
The very capable female Soviet rigidly refuses to have a porter carry her bags:
Yakushova: Why should you carry other people's bags?
Porter: Well, that's my business, Madame.
Yakushova: That's no business. That's social injustice.
Porter: That depends on the tip.
She also brings news from Moscow, revealing her total dedication to the Communist cause [Lubitsch's joke pokes fun at the infamous Stalin trials]:
The last mass trials have been a great success. There are going to be fewer but better Russians.
Such a fine post...
That sneaky Peanut Farmer...
Laika Space Dog,
I've always wondered how that poor Cop in D.C. made out?
Were they able to save his fingers/hand/arm?