Accomplishments, Strategies, and Bacon Forgetting

Posted on August 29, 2014 9:12 am

So who exactly is the red dye numbering authority?

“They’re grrrrrreat! By the way, I’m not a tiger.”

1st book in the Game of Thrones series turned old enough to vote this month. It’ll be collecting social security before series is finished.

I’m just kidding; there won’t be any social security left for anyone by then.

Way things are going with all of Obama’s touted accomplishments, Osama bin Laden soon going to come out of the sea even aliver than before.

But who explains to the explainers?

So how scared should we be of problems with Russia? We took away their nukes when we won the Cold War, right?

Hillary: “Having thought on Ferguson for three weeks, I would like to say that bad things are bad and good things are good.”

I’ve never been a president of the United States before, but aren’t strategies for dealing with America’s enemies like job number one?

The president’s press conference cut to black at the end and it’s up to the viewer to decide whether or not he had a strategy.

So was the idea behind Vox that Media Matters needed more graphs?

It’s Obama’s directionless leadership that makes America’s enemies feel free to say things like, “Hello Kitty isn’t a cat.”

Gah! 5 Guys forgot my bacon again! I swear they forget more than they remember.

“5 Guys Who Can Never Remember the Bacon” they should be called.

I did it. Reported that 5 Guys. You forget my bacon a half dozen times, that’s it. Would have reported sooner except everyone there so nice.

I am not cool. I have never been cool. And I have no desire to be cool. That’s what makes me cool.

Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs seemed more an interactive story than a game. Nothing in it amounted to a challenge.

A few things in it seemed meant to be puzzles, but the solutions were all straightforward and required no searching or thought.

I was quite interested in the story, though, so I wasn’t bored by it.

Dear Esther was also interesting, but even much less a game than Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs.

Which isn’t to say things have to be games – just I was expecting a game with the Amnesia sequel and that wasn’t what it was.

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7 Responses to “Accomplishments, Strategies, and Bacon Forgetting”

  1. Oppo says:

    5 Guys had 5 tries at not
    4 getting the bacon. That’s
    3 strikes, that’s
    2 bad —
    1 less burger needs makin’.

  2. Rihar says:

    Five guys, no bacon
    Woe is me and my ennui
    Day-Um Day-um Dam!

  3. Jimmy says:

    Frank has done it again!
    Poems triggered by random thought,
    With Ronin spewing rhyme and reason,
    This blog is hot to trot.

  4. a guy named Rob says:

    Now I have Godzilla bin laden running through my mind, terrorizing NYC. Now we’ll need mechanical Regan riding a dinosaur bearing rocket launchers emerging from a volcano to save us!

  5. ConnecticutCompromise says:

    “Hillary: “Having thought on Ferguson for three weeks, I would like to say that bad things are bad and good things are good.”
    …And I’m really sorry that he decided to quit the show in December.

  6. ConnecticutCompromise says:

    “Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs seemed more an interactive story than a game.”
    –at the very least, I bet THEY remembered the bacon!

  7. ConnecticutCompromise says:

    I have it on good authority that during the Congressional recess the Obama administration has quietly passed a corporate tax on what Michelle considers “excessive use of bacon”. 4 out 5 of The Guys decided that randomly “forgetting” the bacon was the best way to save their business’ bacon.

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