Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Passing Parade: When Hillary departs, and more

This won't turn out well.
Just leaning on a lamppost with my popcorn and balloon.

Well, he's tall, I'll give him that. So, stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Biological male who decides he’s a woman, gets permission to compete in women’s volley ball, and then proceeds to use his natural physical advantages to dominate all the biological females. Okay, don’t stop me.

Guess he needs another mansion. Global warming oracle Al Gore recently spoke at an event where he announced the long-anticipated sequel to his 2006 blockbuster hit, An Inconvenient Truth. The same movie that predicted environmental apocalypse within ten years, meaning 2016. The former vice-president also told his audience, “Brexit was caused in part by climate change.”

Hop in the pot. A group of witches is attempting to use black magic to neutralize U.S. President Donald Trump by casting a “binding spell” to prevent him from governing.

Don't forget the chickens. The real winners of the recent Dutch elections were the animals—or at least the Party for the Animals, which  won five seats in the Dutch parliament. But what I want to know is, will the Party for the Animals speak up for the worms and the flies as well as for nice fluffy mammals such as skunks, jackals, and hyenas? And what of the rats? 

Got racism? In an op-ed featured in the California State University-Long Beach student paper Daily 49er, Samantha Diaz follows up on stories about the silly usurpation of milk by white supremacists by arguing that yes, the dairy beverage really is racist.

Untwist, subsist, make a list, bursitis. A spirited Hillary Clinton relayed what she said had become one of her mantras since the November election. "It's the kinds of things you think about when you take long walks in the woods," she said. "Resist, insist, persist, enlist."

No means no. "Hi, I'm Chelsea Clinton, and one thing you may not know about me is I am not running for public office. I mean, I just -- no."

No means maybe. "If someone steps down or something changes, I'll answer those questions at that time."

Please don't stop. A long-time aide to Hillary Clinton sought to map out her funeral — and Bill Clinton’s — in 2010 because “planning is best done when they are still with us.As well, Huma, I would make the same suggestion to you — for her it will be a little different … And once affirmed it will be very hard for someone to deny the type of ceremony she wanted — as well I understand that the President can request certain arrangements for her that she/her rep cannot (ie if you want the motorcade to go through DC — stop somewhere).”

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