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    What are you doing tomorrow?

    What are you doing tomorrow?

    I can’t imagine why GWB would want to miss Obama’s 2nd Inauguration

    Really, it’s hard to understand.

    I mean, really.

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    […] We’ll suffer every day for the next four years knowing we have to hear that ceaseless drone Barack Obama as well as his tedious lantern-jawed wife. We’ll suffer every day for the next four years knowing that a majority of our countrymen and women are ever so stupid. […]


     
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    rinardman | January 20, 2013 at 10:06 pm

    The Clown Prince of Airheads will have his coronation tomorrow, and while he watches his serfs dance in the streets, I’ll be thanking God that I was born with a brain.

    Watching youtubes of Heckle & Jeckle would be better time spent than watching his arrogance and the drapery lady on parade.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zq8-trU5E0M

    I’m late to the Dowton Abbey craze, so tomorrow I will be watching the series from the beginning. Unless a marathon of American Pickers is on. Either way, just like in 2009, I will not be watching one single second of the usurper-in-chief.

    I will be writing up an environmentally sound proposal for a government loan to begin recycling belly button lint into insulation materials for green housing.

    I will also apply for a grant so I can create a think tank dedicated to researching the link between impotency and heredity.


       
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      Henry Hawkins in reply to Anchovy. | January 21, 2013 at 1:56 pm

      I’ve already trademarked the belly-button-lint-to-insulation thing. Ear wax, however, is an excellent insulator and remains wide open.


       
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      TrooperJohnSmith in reply to Anchovy. | January 21, 2013 at 7:37 pm

      I’ve applied for a 56-billion dollar Green Energy Loan to manufacture a Solar Clothes Dyer that I invented. There are some Chi-Coms showing up sometime next week in a shipping container down at the port of Houston to help me manufacture the T-supports and clothes-pins. I’ve got a Pakistani company set up to sell me the quarter-inch cotton rope. The kits will be assembled in Bangladesh and shipped on Panamanian freighters.

      The DOE will subsidize 80% of the $1655.00 cost for the consumer.

      We should declare Chapter 13 in about six months.


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