Kids whose parents support Obama get no Halloween candy


Don’t be surprised if her house and/or car gets vandalized. If this happens, this is a rare instance where I am rooting for the criminal not to be caught.

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Finally, something to laugh about regarding upcoming election!

It has been reported that one of John McCain’s advisors voted for Barack Obama by absentee ballot. He then wrote a letter to the McCain campaign requesting that he be removed from campaign committees. I wonder why he didn’t just resign.

Given all the negative stuff coming out of McCain’s campaign, this has got to be the funniest thing ever, especially coming this late in the race.

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Pet peeve – people who do nothing except badmouth McCain or Obama

I spend a lot of time on the social networking services Twitter and Plurk. I don’t mind people who occasionally talk about McCain vs Obama, but I am getting really annoyed with people who do nothing except badmouth McCain or Obama (mostly McCain.) I am definitely voting for Obama, but this is way too much for me. Fortunately, Plurk allows you to mute threads (so you don’t see any updates), but I’m not sure how to mute these people in Twitter.

The funny thing is that I just commented in Robin Easton’s latest blog entry (see the comment made 10/20/08 at 7:21 pm) that I might stop blogging about my pet peeves.  Well, that lasted a whole 3 hours!

If I do that, I might as well also stop blogging about stupid math questions (which I really haven’t done much of lately). However, there’s no way I am going to stop blogging about idiots! You’ll have to pry the keyboard from my cold, dead fingers… On the other hand, maybe blowing off steam is good for my emotional health. Yeah, I’ll probably continue to post random stuff, but hopefully I can reduce the number of posts on these topics.

If you have actually read the whole post up to here, congratulations! You are probably the first person (other than myself) to read this whole post. As a prize, you can have some of my candy made with milk powder in China!

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Why does Bush keep telling us stuff we already know?

We’ve been bombarded with dire warnings about the economy for months now, and there is a $700 billion bailout package in front of Congress (which presidential candidate John McCain has deemed important enough to suspend his campaign when he was gaining losing momentum).

So what does President Bush do? He tells us stuff like that “our entire economy is in danger” and “We’re in the midst of a serious financial crisis.” Does he think the American people are as stupid as he is? Apparently he does, as way too many idiots voted for him in 2004 – as the saying goes, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Oh well. At least he is somewhat in touch with reality, as opposed to the time in 2003 when he declared “Mission accomplished”  with regard to major Iraq combat operations.

CORRECTION 9/25: Changed “gaining” to “losing”.

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John McCain laugh of the day

John McCain, the acknowledged computer illiterate, is now apparently claiming that he helped to create the Blackberry. (I say “apparently” because in 2000, the media reported that Al Gore claimed to create the Internet, which was not exactly what he claimed.) I propose that someone give him a test. Does he even know how to turn a Blackberry on, and if so, can he make a phone call and read emails?

I know absolutely nothing about farming (one of many example of things I know nothing about…) Maybe I should go around claiming that I developed more efficient farming techniques. That ought to be enough to get me a Nobel Prize (or something equally prestigious), don’t you think?

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John McCain does not do his homework

It has been reported that John McCain did not contact members of the Republican party in Alaska to vet eventual vice presidental candidate Sarah Palin. If this is true, this is the second embarassing failure to do research in the last three months.

The McCain campaign cancelled a fundraiser in June that was to be held at the residence of a man who once said “As long as it’s (rape) inevitable, you might as well lie back and enjoy it.” Even though anybody can find these quotes on the Internet, the McCain campaign claimed that they had no knowledge of this.

With this kind of “research”, McCain wouldn’t even be able to do seventh grade work, let alone be the president of the United States.

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Computer illiterate president wannabe

Does the United States need a president who doesn’t know how to use a computer?

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