Posts Tagged ‘clinton’

The end of the USA Part CMLXXVIII

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

I’d only been following this story peripherally, about Americans taken hostage by somali pirates.

I agree with those voices that condemned these Americans as idiots for putting themselves in that kind of danger.

Now that these Americans have been killed by the pirates, it’s time to wipe this somali shit off the face of the earth, sink every one of their ships and carpet bomb the shoreline.

Of course, it won’t happen.

As long as a weak-kneed, jug-eared, Kenyan Muslim-sympathizer occupies the White House, we can expect…nothing.  Well, almost nothing:  Cankles Clinton did call the murders “deplorable”.  That’s just the kind of harsh language that frightens these pirate vermin.

When a nation loses its martial spirit, it’s done for.  Little fugazis like being unable to handle somali savages are even worse than the big shit, and as the border problem proves, it’s not just one side of the aisle with no balls.

So, another hearty Fuck You to anyone who voted for The Kenyan.

You’re partially excused if you’ve said, “I’m sorry I voted for him” since 2008.

Your redemption arrives in 2012.  Do it right before the world ends in December of that year.

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This alone may explain a lot

Wednesday, 12 December 2007

I love Circus Peanuts, the orange marshmallow candy that tastes like bananas. I don’t buy them often, but when I do, I never regret it. Most people will never try to snag one from you, even if you leave them out in a giant bowl.

In the 90s I used to eat large quantities of candy corns (with the extra ‘S’). I would put them in cereal, where they’d sink like stones. I’d store them in the freezer so could teach myself the value of patience.

Candy corns remind me of loose teeth, which makes them the only candy with a built-in warning to brush regularly.

Clinton was a terrible President, but because the 90s were so good economically (no thanks to him) he gets away with it.

I love nothing, or it felt that way, just now.