Random Thoughts: Difficult Spelling

I don’t know about this iOS upgrade. The thought of John Malkovich with a more powerful Siri creeps me out.

If you think Obama has done a competent job as president, there’s a good chance you’re a racist idiot.

Remember the days before spellcheck? Once as a kid I tried to look up how to spell “chauffeur” in the dictionary. Futile.

Maybe they should change spelling bees so that you get credit if you’re close enough for auto-correct to fix it.

I never need to cheat in school because I’m very smart, but if I ever wanted to I’d be like a cheating supervillian.

Who are these people demanding more Joy Behar on TV and is the FBI keeping tabs on them?

Obama didn’t campaign in Wisconsin because he was washing his hair that night.

Way to keep Politifact busy: Have them rule on the statement “Politifact will rate this false.”

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  1. Your Politifact paradox assumes that they evaluate your statement when they make their rating. In reality, if you’re conservative, they will rate it false. If you’re liberal, they will rate it true. You’ll only keep them busy if they can’t decide what you are.

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  2. I’m pretty sure that supervillians are always caught, so I think you just want to be a regular cheating villain. Better yet, convince people it is not cheating, then you can be a democrat! Oooo. That wasn’t fair. OR was it?

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  3. “Who are these people demanding more Joy Behar on TV and is the FBI keeping tabs on them?”

    They are Hollywood executives that just won’t give up. They’re the same folks that keep insisting the someone, somewhere likes Katie Couric. They’re the same ones currently trying to find a way to justify bringing back Keith Olbermann.

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  4. Way to keep Politifact busy: Have them rule on the statement “Politifact will rate this false.”

    Temporal logic can be tricky. Politifact may rate that false and later rate it true, and that statement will still be true. But I see you fixed the paradox in the later post.

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