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Monthly Archives: October 2012
I wrote earlier that negative advertising had changed (or at least influenced) my decision making process. A sack of dull I’ll refer to as Candidate A has opponents who are determined to bury my house in negative advertising. I can … Continue reading
Many years ago the media was atwitter about a strike of TV writers. I remember joking that it’s like the neighbor’s dog formally announcing it will henceforth no longer crap on your doorstep without a cost of living increase. Or … Continue reading
I keep my TV on a leash but I can’t stop political advertisements from showing up in my mailbox like some sort of expensive and depressing alien slime mold. This year one of the local elections has gone full retard. … Continue reading
Back on track I continued. “It is long standing tradition that Americans do indeed insult their president. We do it often and loudly. It is not only your right, but your duty to trash this and all future presidents.” Continue reading
“The yellow one seems highly variable. Also I noticed it went down when Obama’s lips were moving. I’m going to say it’s the stock price in Hong Kong where the markets are still open. The green one? I’m not sure. It looks pretty flat. Maybe it’s the number of months before Greece goes supernova?” Continue reading
“What did you do that for?” I said. “I was just warming up to explain Obamacare’s new involuntary organ donation program. It was going to be epic!” Continue reading
I hate to see kids get involved in politics. They’ll have a whole lifetime to learn that adults are lying weasels; no need to speed the process. Also they’ve been hopelessly brainwashed by public schools. “I suspect the kids are Obama fans… that pleases their overlords at the school administration.” I stage whispered. Continue reading
This morning my (land line) phone rang. That’s one of the reasons I hate phones. I didn’t recognize the generic corporate caller ID but I answered. (I was expecting an important business call about something I’ll neither confirm nor deny … Continue reading
This is delicious! Jimmy Kimmel went out before the presidential debate and asked people “who won yesterday’s debate?” Trick question? Yep! Did people fall for it? Yep! Guess which side? I’d like to think many Americans didn’t take the bait. … Continue reading
Psych! I’m watching Firefly instead.