Saturday, August 20, 2005

Lowest Point in My Life

(CNN) -- A former top aide to Colin Powell says his involvement in the former secretary of state's presentation to the United Nations on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction was "the lowest point" in his life.

You know - I think I'd have to say the lowest point in my life was when I got so drunk drinking chocolate chips in a plastic glass of Miller over a game of Shogun with the Cassano boys, that I couldn't remember hitting on Donna B. until she was so pissed she stalked off, leaving me to crawl around an upstairs hallway while my friends ran interference because I was a unholy nuisance - and the next day I was taunted by my friend's hungover 30-some year old uncle who kept twirling a ball of tinfoil in front of me trying to get me to hurl, and when I finally sobered up enough that I could actually eat some food at Perkins, the waitress on duty looked at me with a concerned look and noted, "I heard about you last night." However, I have to admit - it's better than Col. Lawrence Wilkerson's worst moment.

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