Random Thoughts: Divided Country, Wolverine, and Robin Williams

Posted on August 12, 2014 9:00 am

In the Far East, they don’t have just Chinatowns but whole China-cities.

All animals other than humans are atheists. And they’re constantly killing each other and pooping on things.

Unless the two sides are actively shooting each other, the country has been more divided than it is today.

Can you imagine a violent conflict between the right and left in this country? Hard to imagine that lasting longer than a weekend.

I mean the right has all the guns and most of the military. Just seems like if that civil war ever started, be a predetermined end.

“Hey, 1980s called, and–”
“Wait, the call is coming from inside the house! Get out of there before Ayatollah Khomeini gets you!”

The craziest thing about homeschooling his how insanely angry and fearful some people get about it.

Obama isn’t that bad of president as long as you’re not just comparing him American presidents.

Better name for Wolverine: Cat-Weed. Because he has retractable claws like a cat and can regenerate from massive damage like a weed. Cat-Weed.

I’m one of those who found it fashionable to rag on Robin Williams’ comedy as of late, but he was the definition of funny when I was a kid.

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11 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Divided Country, Wolverine, and Robin Williams”

  1. DamnCat says:

    In the Far East, they don’t have just Chinatowns but whole China-cities.

    Lest we forget.

  2. CCO says:

    All animals other than humans are atheists.

    Well, there is that donkey who dodged an angel three times. I don’t think she was an atheist.

  3. Burt says:

    Homeschooling is a frightful specter! It is a constant reminder of how much is spent on public schools while the home schooled are taking all the spelling bees and geography and math competitions.

  4. Burt says:

    My dog is not an atheist…but he does believe that I am god. The cat, however, knows better.

  5. Harvey says:

    “I’m one of those who found it fashionable to rag on Robin Williams’ comedy as of late, but he was the definition of funny when I was a kid.”

    I know it’s hard to believe, but there was once a time in America when comedy wasn’t delivered so fast that if your attention wandered for even a split second, you would be completely lost.

    That time was sometime before 1978

  6. jw says:

    “All animals other than humans are atheists. And they’re constantly killing each other and pooping on things”

    as opposed to all those nice religious folk?

    http://godandwar.wikispaces.com/List+of+Religious+Wars

    http://listverse.com/2008/04/02/8-atrocities-committed-in-the-name-of-religion/

    i like most animals lots better than most people anyway.

  7. 4of7 says:

    It’s humbling to remember that it takes the direct intervention of the most powerful being that has or ever could exist to pull us out of the hole we’ve dug for ourselves.
    The mystery is – as stiff necked, rebellious, vicious and cruel as we often are, why does he bother?

  8. Apostic says:

    “That time was sometime before 1978″

    Or 1930.

  9. Zach says:

    I mean the right has all the guns and most of the military. Just seems like if that civil war ever started, be a predetermined end.

    The right has all the legally owned guns.

    If the military stays loyal to the Commander in Chief, and among civilians the criminals stay loyal to whoever they voted for, then the advantage goes to the left for people who are holding a gun and have used it to kill.

  10. GLW says:

    Can some one post a link to Robin Williams making fun of say….Hillary or maybe Obama?

  11. Iron Mike Golf says:

    @9 Zach

    If by “military”, you mean the (currently shrinking) active duty force, then yeah. If you include “prior service”, well…

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