THE DAILY WORD
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Bellicose \BEL-ih-kohs\, adjective:
Inclined to or favoring war or strife; warlike; pugnacious.
USAGE EXAMPLE: John McCainâ€™s campaign took a turn for the worse when the well known Senator from Arizona started distributing bumper stickers that read: John McCain â€" Bellicose Like Bush.
MURDOCH: Down with the Dow.
CONGRESS: How to deal with Lobbyheads.
AUTOMOBILES: Driving champ goes back to school.
You can stand atop the mountain and scream your naked desires to the universe or shed that synapse epilepsy and hug the South Sound today with your fellow man:
Tonight will be a busy night in the state capital. Of course, the politicians havenâ€™t been in town for months, but that doesnâ€™t mean the action stops. If anything, it picks up once the locals arenâ€™t weighed down with bureaucrats in line in front of them for coffee at Batdorf and Bronson. Locust Street Taxi and AA will play in Sylvester Park at 7 p.m. The South Pacific Restaurant will host their jam night with Flux Capacitor. And O'Blarneyâ€™s Irish Pub will host Wicked Tinkers. Bobble Tiki had the wicked tinkers once, but something tells him this is something much more enjoyable.
MUSIC: What's happening tonight.
As always, Bobble Tiki doesn't care what you do today because he doesn't even know you. And unless you check out the Weekly Volcano's Web site, Bobble Tiki doesn't want to me you. Besides, it's time to blow this joint because it's so obvious you are becoming further and further removed from all that is genuine and real and visceral and virtuous and Bobble Tiki doesn't play that with his morning bowl of Quisp.
OK, Bobble Tiki apologizes. Please be his friend here.
Breakfast with Bobble Tiki runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Deal with it.