Tuesday, October 12

Hey, Jay, if you're out there --

Ya gotta see This Land. Anyone else, it is recommended, while not required. And if that don't get ya, this new product will! Honestly, I just like looking at the pictures & imagining that is my hand and his actual head. Then comes the Kids in the Hall Head-Crusher-skit fantasy, in which Bush is standing on a streetcorner Somewhere in Canada, and Mark McKinney is wearing those glasses and going at it like madness. Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!! Ahem. I am wondering if I have the political stomach for the debate; last one was tolerable after a couple beers. Question: How do you know you're old? Answer: When your idea of a fun Friday night is downing a couple of pints and going home to watch political debates on the telly! More political crapola here. Who will be the first to say: "it's about F#*%ing time?!?" Allright, people, I have fixed the comment problem, and my counter is clicking you (no, I didn't start it out at zero) so feel free to expound away! (Oooh, just ended previous sentence in preposition; however am such the grammar nerd now that I can even explain the derivation of that superfluous rule!) Studying must be going to my head -- better get back to it! Ciao!

4 comments:

Mr. Roboto said...

Also, JibJab's D.C. aka Dixie should be on the syllabus too.

rolfy said...

Wanna know why there are no comments? It's so damned difficult! You've got to sign up through forms and fields and all and now I have a blog site that I don't need. So if you want the digital equivalent of tumbleweed blowing across a deserted street then visit http://crossthetracks.blogspot.com/

We've created an alternative to the Head Crusher skit - it's called "under the thumb" and the best thing is it only requires 1 digit instead of two. Result! By the way this example of sadness is the next stage of getting old after you've got bored of watching political debates on Friday night TV.

Mr. Roboto said...

I disagree. It is very to comment on my blog, THURSDAY NIGHT FEVER!, however, people rarely comment. I think people who say they don't get comments because people don't want to register are deluding themselves.

Serrabee said...

So do you get the US Pres. debates across the pond, or is there something my Ameri-centric tunnel vision hasn't allowed me to see?