Random Thoughts: Bush, Mickey, and Vox

Posted on April 8, 2014 9:00 am

Know how some movies were never that great in the first place but get endless straight to DVD sequels anyway? That’s the Bush dynasty.

Since I can coherently defend my viewpoints, I’m not scared of people expressing an opinion that’s the opposite of what I believe.

Kids, you do whatever you set your heart to, but considering what it is, you might first need to defeat Batman before he can foil your plans.

I always got the names Mickey Rooney and Mickey Rourke confused. Don’t know why. I guess… I’m just not that bright.

Anyway, very confused by the news thinking Mickey Rourke died at age 86. As bad as Rourke looks, he looks good for an 86 year old.

Can’t we put Harry Reid in a nursing home? One with fun activities to keep him busy?

So did the Koch brothers make the Democrats’ policies from the last 6 years complete failures, or did the Democrats do that themselves?

The Republicans should all wear “Sponsored by Kochs.” And everyone who voted for Obamacare should wear dunce caps.

So Harry Reid’s 2014 strategy is relying on hatred of deceased NYC mayor Ed Koch?

“Hello. I like freedom, guns, and keeping my money; which political party should I vote for? No, I meant one that has a chance of winning.”

In my perfect world, we’d have no social programs and open borders. And thunderdomes.

I’m constantly boycotting products for having such poor advertising that I’ve never heard of them.

Maybe HBO should make the Game of Thrones seasons come out every five to six years to give George R.R. Martin time to catch up.

I wish there was a website that would explain Vox to me.

Where’s the Vox article explaining Pharrell’s hat?

Doesn’t making birth control an entitlement work against us in the future being able to pay for all the other entitlements?

I have a great solution to the gender pay gap: Men, stop telling women your salaries.

Want to ban the word “equal” from politics. Often it’s about making an apple and an orange “equal” and acting like there’s a simple answer.

Never once in my life have I encountered a videogame so good I would pay $60 for it and then another $15 a month to actually play it.

America has been in a decade long slump and we’re talking Bush and Clinton? We’re just completely out of new ideas, huh?

How politicians can solve employment problem:
1. All politicians go into big, closed-room session.
2. They never come out.

An annoying thing about living in Westeros is that seems like half the available career paths require you to be unmarried and celibate.

I got thrown out of the farmer’s market because I kept dropping fat beets.

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10 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Bush, Mickey, and Vox”

  1. GrandLarsenE says:

    Wow, why did I think Ed Koch was still alive?

  2. Iowa Jim says:

    Anyway, very confused by the news thinking Mickey Rourke died at age 86.

    You were doubly confused. Mickey Rooney was ninety-three.

    The Republicans should all wear “Sponsored by Kochs.”

    I expect Harry Reid or Schmuck Schumer to propose legislation requiring all Republicans to wear armbands that say that.

  3. Gusto Smooth says:

    “I have a great solution to the gender pay gap: Men, stop telling women your salaries.”

    Gender pay gap is a myth at least among people who work for an hourly wage. Obama and politicians who talk like him just use the myth to mislead people. Most people are paid what they’re worth. Thanks to our public education and our culture many of our fellow citizens’ work and skills aren’t worth very much.

  4. Jimmy says:

    Well, at least you didn’t get thrown out of a bar in New York City.

  5. Jimmy says:

    Scenario #2 (revised):

    How politicians can solve employment problem:
    1. All politicians go into big, closed-room session.
    2. The room blows-up.

  6. Steve H says:

    The Republicans should all wear “Sponsored by Kochs.” And everyone who voted for Obamacare should wear dunce caps.

    I’d be happy to wear that t-shirt (assuming “sponsored” means they pay for it). We should allow BO voters to temporarily put away the dunce caps but only if they can pronounce Koch correctly.

    Never once in my life have I encountered a videogame so good I would pay $60 for it and then another $15 a month to actually play it..

    I thought so too, but Rocksmith changed my mind. (I buy about $15 a month in new songs, on average.)

  7. Jimmy says:

    Scenario #3 (revised):

    How politicians can solve employment problem:
    1. All politicians go into big, closed-room session.
    2. Giant landslide.

  8. Jimmy says:

    Scenario #4 (revised):

    How politicians can solve employment problem:
    1. All politicians go into big, closed-room session.
    2. Meteor strike!

  9. Jimmy says:

    Scenario #5 (revised):

    How politicians can solve employment problem:
    1. All politicians go into big, closed-room session.
    2. Cobalt-Thorium-G!

  10. Abby says:

    Scenario #6 (revised):
    1. All politicians go into big, closed-room session.
    2. A plane crashes into the room while tectonic plates shift while a train also crashes into the room while a man lights a match next to a gas leak!

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