Thursday, September 29, 2011

This is highbrow stuff

A reader writes: “I saw a sign on Facebook that said, ‘I'll believe corporations are people when Texas executes one.’”

Do you think Chris Christie is jockeying to be named GOP veep? Could explain his adult onset of coy.

Sarah Palin, God bless her, says the title would shackle her. What title? President of the United States. That title. Her statement requires a mandatory suspension of disbelief.

"We have this fantasy that our interests and the interests of the super rich are the same. Like somehow the rich will eventually get so full that they'll explode. And the candy will rain down on the rest of us. Like there's some kind of pinata of benevolence. But here's the thing about a pinata, it doesn't open on its own. You have to beat it with a stick." — Bill Maher.

The New World Order: Cheech and Chong are in new web commercials selling special brownies. For Fiber One.

When she lured me to Minneapolis, the Mystery Woman conveniently forgot to tell me about the weather. Not the ice and snow and cold. Rather, the extremes. Minnesota and N. Dakota are tied for the most extreme weather in the US of A. And America has the most consistent extreme weather than any other nation on this earth. Elder abuse?

2 comments:

Ken Martin said...

Love the Bill Maher quote. Keep 'em coming, George!

Anonymous said...

That explains it! In Debate Uno, they beat Rick the Pinata with a stick. And then all this gook came running out.

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