As an 80s kid, I am kinda curious what it’s like to have a booming economy while I’m an adult.
Here’s how much of an 80s kid I am: I once got a programmable robot for Christmas.
While we’re calling out people with rape allegations against them that get ignored, don’t forget the husband of a likely presidential candidate.
Has Wendy Davis asked Mark Pryor about interracial marriage?
“Hmm. I don’t know what’s wrong with him. We ruled out A through D bola.”
Why is everyone freaking out over how Renee Zellweger looks? How can we even be sure that’s her?
If you visit Alaska, most like you’re going to get punched in the face by a Palin. But you deal with it because the place is gorgeous.
If the left can get some dirt on the Palins, they’ll finally feel better for their loss in 2008.
If the problems African Americans have could be solved by voting for Democrats, shouldn’t they have been solved decades ago?
You have 90%+ African Americans voting for Democrats. Who are you fooling thinking you’ll get change by increasing that number?
Seems there should be a more even vote split for African Americans between party that doesn’t care about them and the one that’s failed them.
Hey, it’s copies of my book (out Nov. 11th)!
I always use humor to make a point. The main point I’m usually making is that I think I’m very clever.
I always remember the Jay Leno-era Doritos slogan of “Crunch all you want; we’ll make more!” It left a deep impression in me.
Don’t get all the chiding about talking about Renee Zellweger. Are we all supposed to pretend we weren’t shocked to find her unrecognizable?
And it’s not that she looks bad or anything. It’s just like “The part of Renee Zellweger is now being played by…”
“Need to investigate this ourselves. Doubt a masked vigilante will help us – a laughable notion in our present day city.”
-quote from Gotham