Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The W's and the L's

We're past the halfway point in April, and it won't be long until football magazines appear on the shelves at grocery stores. The time is right to start pondering the state of Texas A&M football under new coach Jimbo (Rich Guy) Fisher. With Clemson joining Alabama, Auburn, LSU and the two Mississippi schools on the schedule, it's hard to visualize the Aggies finishing the regular season better than 6-6. Based strictly on what I saw in 2017, I'd expect A&M to be the underdog against all six of those teams, and incapable of pulling off many upset victories.

Saturday, April 14, 2018

The plot thickens

No collusion! Witch hunt!


We could improve the quality of life in the United States overnight. All it would require is Twitter pulling the plug on Donnie Wet Fart's account and permanently denying him any further access whatsoever. Too much exhaustive media analysis is being wasted on the verbal equivalent of diarrhea.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Friday, March 30, 2018

Can we just baffle 'em with bullshit?

There's a new theory circulated in the New York Times that uneducated, lower class white people vote in much larger numbers than educated, higher class white people, and that if Democrats want to win elections, they'd better start offering the uneducated, lower class white voters a whole lot more of the kind of crap they're currently getting from Donnie Dootchbag (sic) and the GOP.

Digby @ Hullabaloo looks into this issue today.

Apparently the idea is that Democrats need to win the hearts and minds of the 39 percent of voters who love Donnie without losing the hearts and minds of the 55 percent who hate him? Yeah, that's a solid plan.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Stormy sailing

I didn't watch the Stormy Daniels interview on 60 Minutes, but I read the transcript. She doesn't come off as a phony to me, and there are obviously reasons Donnie would want to buy her off.

Update 7:42 PM Monday: Oh shit. Stormy Daniels just hit Donnie Wet Farts where it really hurts...

Stormy's interview attracted 22.6 million TV viewers. To put that in perspective, conservatives think it's awesome when 2.4 million people watch anything on Fox News Channel.