August 8, 2007, 2:14 pm

Trivial Pursuits

Moxie

If I were that doctor, I don’t know that I’d accept that glass of “Moxie”

She has an awfully suspicious look upon her face.

I hope that doctor has been very nice to that nurse.

Lord only knows what’s really in that glass.

This could be a Perry Mason episode in the making: the Case of the Moxie Murder”!

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Well! I was interviewed over at Blog Interviewer.com and if you are interested in knowing what makes Emergiblog tick, you can check it out here! Don’t forget to “rate the blog”!

I just rated myself a “thumbs up”, so now there are two ratings and the other one was a “thumbs down”!

Say what?

Who’s the party-pooper?

Thank goodness “the middle finger” is not an option!

*****quinn

He signed!!!!

Brady Quinn signed his contract with the Cleveland Browns!

Bless his ever-loving Irish heart!

I’d follow the game against Kansas City on Saturday, but my son decided to pick that day to get married!

Who raised that kid?

I read some dumb article that said Brady Quinn charged money for his autograph.

Oh puhlease!

This was the guy who would sign anything you put outside his dorm door while he was at Notre Dame.

Which means my autographed ball has my name on it!

Thanks, Brady!

(Photo courtesy of the Modesto Bee)

4 Comments


  • Petri

    August 9, 2007 at 1:04 pm

    Ah Moxie!! The soda for those that always wondered what cough syrup would taste like with carbonation. If you are ever in the great state of Maine I highly recommend giving it a try, just to say you did. Trust me, it’s anything but refreshing. They sell it in the local supermarkets in the bright orange can. God only knows how they continue to sell it. BTW, if you are more of the cuturally inclined you can still attend Moxiefest in Lisbon Falls, Maine each year, with a shocking 20,000 other folks.



  • miss mouse

    August 10, 2007 at 5:52 pm

    Moxie is good stuff! Not the diet kind, the original stuff in the bright orange can! It was originally a patent medicine, though now the ingredients are only food items and no drug agents. It’s not for the faint of heart or the weak of stomach…but then, it’s from Maine….my husband’s car proudly sports a bumper sticker that says “what this country needs is more MOXIE!” Moxie is also a term used in New England (less so now than in decades past) to mean a certain strength of character and willingness to speak up and out for what you believe in.



  • Dawn

    August 10, 2007 at 7:40 pm

    I hope he plays as well for my hometown Browns as he did at ND. Lord knows they need a QB that can flat out play!



  • Deacon Barry

    August 13, 2007 at 6:26 am

    The Bloginterviewer site looks great. But why are you not tagged under health?


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