6.01.2010

Everyone Wants Me To Post This

Story. But how in the world can things go wrong after 40 years?

45 comments:

Anonymous said...

Things usually don't go wrong after 40 years. They go wrong after 5, 10, 20 years but sometimes couples stay together for other reasons and make the best of it.

mzchief said...

Gore has the same connection to Wise County and Texas that he has to his home state of Tennessee; Gore lost all three to "W" in the 2000 Presidential Election.

Tipper ditching Al, two weeks after their 40th anniversary, just proves, women can only tolerate so much crazy and, 10 years ago, Al Gore jumped on the CrazyTrain and is still on the trip to LoonLand.

Barron, you might want to consider disembarking from the CrazyTrain.
jus' sayin'

Anonymous said...

Word on the street is that Algore was having an illicit affair with Mother Earth.

Anonymous said...

He got caught with The Backdoor Intruder.

M-M said...

This news is, without a doubt, evidence of global cooling in the Gore Family world.

Anonymous said...

I think she is HOT!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Definately global cooling.

Anonymous said...

Ken Hughes engineers the CrazyTrain. Can't figure how his wife stays with him. Talk about two totally opposite viewpoints. btw: did you folks happen to see the Messenger "slapped" Ken? Brian Knox did an excellent job:

Who wrote that letter?

I came across the following quote from a letter that ran in our paper a while back that I thought was worth reprinting:

"Don't you just hate politicians? I certainly do!

"It's too bad that a new Continental Congress can't be called and all of the politicians tossed out of D.C. and forced back into their districts with their constituents. In the high-speed Internet world of today, there is no earthly reason for them to remain in D.C. all year. Truly America has the best government money can buy - our lawmakers are all for sale, lock, stock and barrel - but only to the highest bidder."

Can you guess who wrote that? It certainly has the sound of someone who supports the "toss the incumbents" and return to our founding fathers principles of the Tea Party movement.

Give up?

I'll give you a hint: the letter was published three years ago, before the Tea Party movement started.

Still wondering who it was that was "Tea Party ready" before the Tea Party movement had time to come to a boil?

Would you believe Ken Hughes?

Many frequent readers of our Opinion page no doubt are familiar with Mr. Hughes. His letters often take aim at conservatives, Republicans and, recently, members of the Tea Party.

Based on the response we get from Hughes' letters, it's quite obvious his views don't represent the majority of Wise County residents.

But it just goes to show you that we can almost always find at least some common ground with those who we don't always agree with. Now if only our elected officials could take that to heart, maybe we could see a lot more accomplished.

By Brian Knox | Published Sunday, May 23, 2010

Jack Daniels said...

Well, I figure he found a new squeeze on the internet. (which he invented)

Besides, Tippers globes had become a little too warm.

Anonymous said...

Another cougar hits the dating scene...go for it Barry.

Anonymous said...

She probably finally got tired of his crap. Some stay in wedded "bliss" longer than others of us. Personally, I wised up a lot sooner!

wordkyle said...

I imagine that Al thought winning both the Nobel prize and the Oscar gave him the ability to walk on water. Tipper likely found it too difficult to change from a wife to a disciple.

Remote Controller said...

Sex change

wordkyle said...

An observation by a commenter on the linked story: "Can't wait to to see the blonde 30 year old environmental "activist" he dumped her for."

Anonymous said...

Al had decided to focus his attention solely on searching for ManBearPig (1/2 man, 1/2 bear, and 1/2 pig).
That's what I heard from Stan and Kyle.

Double Real Tipper.

Anonymous said...

Well said, wordie.

Anonymous said...

Thats how she got her name TIPPER over !!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Not funny Wordkyle. Lots of couples grow tired of each other (which is what was reported)....personally, I think it is sad for both of them.

I've always liked Tipper Gore and find her a lady of class.

Al on the other hand is likely a crashing bore as a husband.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Tipper needed a tough republican. Al just too much of a walkover for her.

Anonymous said...

She got tired of the "Green" Weinee

Anonymous said...

It's 2010 and the PMRC still sucks!

Anonymous said...

Is Twisted Sister behind this?

Anonymous said...

I invented the internet.....porn.

Double Fake Al Gore

Anonymous said...

They got tired of arguing over who was the bigger retard.

Anonymous said...

4:59 - were YOU in their argument?

Anonymous said...

It was the kiss. Just too much.

My Other Brother Darryl

Anonymous said...

Plug the hole with Algore!

Anonymous said...

bingo, wordkyle!! I believe you hit that nail on the head!

Anonymous said...

Well, some on this board that are a bit "bored" with a spouse after several years, might be surprised when served with divorce papers......

Anonymous said...

al probably got tired of her cankles.

Anonymous said...

Wonder which of them is going to get stuck with paying the electrical bill. In being green, they used over 200,000 kwh in a single year.

Anonymous said...

I cried though the whole movie.

RPM said...

Rumors are she caught him listening to explicit rock lyrics.

Anonymous said...

The couple was worth about $1 million when he lost to GW in 2000. Now they are worth $100 million and some predict he will be the first Carbon Billionaire.

With all that money, they can divide it and live really, really good. Their real estate holdings are large so they can each have a big, big house and keep being "energy hogs".

Anonymous said...

She left him because he took up Banjo lessons.

Anonymous said...

Will she get half the internet in the divorce settlement?

Anonymous said...

She can put her shoes under my bed anytime and eat crackers in the bed. I don't care. She is an awesome lady.

Anonymous said...

4:17 You are a sap to be sad about someone else's divorce! That was the best thing that ever happened to me! It was the best and most self-affirming and positive decision I've ever made! Not sad at all...divorce is often quite a great thing!

Anonymous said...

4:17 - I am the poster at that time - married fifty three years. And I am sad about divorce no matter for what reason, because there is fallout (mostly with the children) and it takes years to readjust.

Sounds like yours was best - maybe for your spouse....... :-)

Anonymous said...

Divorce was the best thing for me 4 or 5 times and all my old ladies kinda dug it too.

Anonymous said...

For both of us it was the best. I congratulate you on a marriage of 53 years. That is a rarity and you are not only lucky but have great patience and determination.

Anonymous said...

I'm reminded of a favorite term every time I see Al Gore, Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama- Kakistocracy: government by the most unscrupulous or unsuitable people, or a state governed by such people

Anonymous said...

12:04 Yeah,I was just thinkin about that just a little earlier too.

Anonymous said...

She caught him huggin a tree. (with his root in a knothole) hehehe

Anonymous said...

burn in hell burn in hell al




the fake tipper


ps i want the internet