Random Thoughts: Spying, Science and Religion, and Hangover President

Posted on March 12, 2014 9:00 am

If it’s too silly a name for your hamster, it will make a good rapper name.

An anagram for “Koch Brothers” is “Emmanuel Goldstein.”

This cat makes the same sound as Donald Rumsfeld.

Politicians should be constantly spied on. With the power they have, nothing about them should be private.

I still have hope for our nation, but I doubt things will get better until “Ben Affleck as Batman” is our past and not our future.

“Hey, kids, know what’s groovy? Propping up your failed, power-hungry president!”

So an interview with President Obama only led to 19,000 clicks for Obamacare site? Should have just tried to get an Instalanche.

People who put science in opposition to religion have little understanding of the scope of either.

Science is not a replacement for religion. You’ll find plenty of answers in science, but it’s a silly place to look for purpose and meaning.

If Obama was teaming up with Zach Galifianakis, they should have done a Hangover-type sketch to explain how the Obamacare bill got made.

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7 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Spying, Science and Religion, and Hangover President”

  1. HokieGomer says:

    Politicians should be constantly spied on. With the power they have, nothing about them should be private.

    You get 5-Stars for this one comment here.

  2. Larry E says:

    Obama’s interview with Zach Galifianakis, to tout & propagandize Obamacare, makes Galifianakis literally a tool.

  3. Iowa Jim says:

    You’ll find plenty of answers in science, but it’s a silly place to look for purpose and meaning.

    Absolutely right. That’s what beer is for. I haven’t found any purpose or meaning in it yet, but I’ve been at it for only forty years (at least, legally).

  4. Jimmy says:

    Finding explanations that agree with evidence is never an exact science, even in religion.

  5. Basil says:

    If Monty Python was writing sketches today, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, and Terry Gilliam would burst in shouting “Nobody expects the Science Inquisition!”

  6. zzyzx says:

    I think they’d burst in shouting, “Everybody expects the Science Inquisition!”

  7. 4of7 says:

    C.S. Lewis warned that someday “Democracy” would become an incantation word, used to control people.
    Some other popular ‘incantation’ words these days would have to include Science, Fairness and the phrase, “The debate is Over!”.
    http://screwtapeblogs.wordpress.com/2009/06/30/screwtape-proposes-a-toast/

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