Random Thoughts: Marines, Dorner, and the Brain

Posted on February 11, 2013 9:48 am

If Games Workshop wanted to trademark a common term, they should have followed the SyFy channel and called them “Spaec Mareens.”

Still not sure whether the new episode of Community was fine or fyne.

If Obama want’s to do something about gun violence, he could take on all those people cheering on Christopher Dorner.

Has anyone on the left actually denied they’d be screaming about Christopher Dorner manifesto if it praised Glenn Beck and the NRA?

Is shooting a horse with a broken leg considered a homeopathic remedy?

Why don’t we admit we’re never going to cut spending and put up a countdown clock to government’s collapse so the rest of us can plan.

When people claim the right are unscientific, why do they bring up embryonic stem cell research objections? Isn’t that an ethical issue?

If I decide to become a reasonable Republican standing above the extremism, do I pat my own back or will MSNBC hire me an assistant?

Before you get too angry at someone’s stupidity, remember that the logic and rational thought functions of our brains are still in beta.

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5 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Marines, Dorner, and the Brain”

  1. Lem says:

    Sphess mahreens!

  2. Jimmy says:

    “…the logic and rational thought functions of our brains are still in beta.”

    “Beta” is the last phase before first release. You’re an optimist, Frank.

  3. Matt Musson says:

    Everyone should have a plan to deal with hyper inflation. That means you better be able to produce some of your own
    food. And, you should be ready to purchase land or housing on credit – so you can pay it off with worthless dollars.

  4. Son of Bob says:

    “If I decide to become a reasonable Republican standing above the extremism, do I pat my own back or will MSNBC hire me an assistant?”

    To a liberal, being a “reasonable Republican” means often disagreeing with the actions of the Republican party. Unfortunately, by that definition, these days most conservatives would fall under that category.

  5. CTCompromise says:

    “If I decide to become a reasonable Republican standing above the extremism, do I pat my own back or will MSNBC hire me an assistant?”

    Yeah…MSNBC hiring ANY Republican…HAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHA ohh my sides hurt!

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