Apr 30, 2011

Donald Trump roasted by Obama and more - Skipwaves thru 4 -30

New York egomaniac Donald Trump wants to run for United States CEO/entrepreneur.  Trouble is, he has to get past the Constitution and the other two branches of government, notably the Congress and the Supreme Court.  He lacks both understanding of government and the art of compromise, as well as a sense of humor.  What a trainwreck.

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White House Press DinnerObama smokes The Donald who sat stoically in the audience with his fake hairdo.  Trump deserved to be roasted over birther crap, and other Trumpisms... and he was.   O'Reilly at the Faux table wasn't smiling, either.  That's because he's paid very well to trash the President.  Like Trump, the president's other enemies have no sense of humor on their serious mission to overthrow the elected government.

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“"The Democrats brought a bat, and the Republican­s brought a grenade."- USA TODAY November 4, 2010 talking about fundraisin­g.”

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The most popular April  blog story here has been about Libyan and US use of clusterbombs... which are exceptionally cruel to civilians.  http://radiomankc.blogspot.com/2011/04/gadhafis-cluster-bombs-and-uncle-sams.html  It contains one heart wrenching photo from the web.

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Can we all just agree to IGNORE whatever comes after Blue Ray? I don't want to have to restart my collection...again.


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It would be better if teachers didn't belong to unions, but rather professional associations focused less on salary, benefits and job security, and more on exchanging ideas how to better mentor students.  Apparently though, that's not what they want.


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How the hell are you supposed to fold a fitted sheet?

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No matter WHAT they say, Tweeting is a fad and will disappear as fast as it came.  Report this month 40 percent of twitter accounts have been abandoned.  James Brown said it best, "Talkin loud, but ain't sayin nothin".  Tweet on Kris Ketz, you moron.

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Part of a best friend's job should be to immediately clear your computer history if you die.

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Vietnam War Resources - a comprehensive site.


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So funny, watching the GOP commit suicide by trashing Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.  Hard to believe they all went on record by voting to gut them. 2012 election will be sooo fun.  Crazy all of them!

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License bureaus should hire faster workers; they seem to be the slowest employees on the planet.  Expecially when the lines are longest.  They work one speed.  SLOW and DELIBERATE.  And they manage to keep their jobs year after year!

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There should be more highway signs saying "Slow traffic, keep right"!

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Cars headlights should go on when the wipers go on.




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Wordplay of the day:  Republican Speaker John Boehner (BONE-er) said this week "We don't want to ELIMINATE Medicare, we just want to "TRANSFORM IT".

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Seen that TV commercial for the new anti-depressant "Abilify?"  (Uh-BILL-uh-figh??)  The cost of it's enough to make anybody depressed.  CVS charges $606.99 for a thirty day supply.  Walgreens wants a whopping $651.39.  And Walmart wants $534.  Lesson...dont let yourself go crazy and if you do, shop around for the best price.  Call em about YOUR drugs.  They'll tell you.


Why do reporters think its rude for an interviewee (like Obama or Trump) to protest with "excuse me" or a comment at the end when they're repeatedly interrupted during their answers?  Obviously today's reporters just don't get it!


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Do you do superstitious things when boarding a jetliner?  I do, just getting through the cabin door, I knock twice on the ship's outer skin, wishing us well, and thanking Mr Boeing for his good work.

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Why doesn't Time Warner give us a controller smart enough to get rid of their crap channels?  Parental controls just doesn't cut it.

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With new HD, why don't networks put their banners over to one side instead of blocking a fifth of the screen across the bottom?  And why don't all computers let us PIVOT our screens reducing the need to scroll down?

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