My Boss: So .... I went to hear Ted Cruz' speech at the Galleria on Monday.
Bob: Of course you did.
My Boss: Why do you say that?
My Boss: Okay.
Now this looks like a good movie, though, at times, it might be just kinda boring ... paying bills and stuff.
I love a good conspiracy as much as the next guy but, man oh man, are they bringing up crazy with the death of Justice Antonin Scalia:
Obama killed him because, well, he’s a lame-duck president and he was bored.
Hillary killed him because she’s a Clinton and it’s what they do.
John Poindexter, the guy who paid for Scalia’s weekend getaway, and who had business before thecourt, killed him.
And, well, of course, Satan did it because he’s a Democrat.
Okay, I can watch the OJ trial — the original, real, one, not this TV one — and find myself attracted to Christopher Darden [left].
And, I can watch the OJ trial — the TV one, not the original, real, one—and find myself attracted to the actor, Sterling K. Brown, who plays Christopher Darden [right].
In the Republicans Are Dumb File:
Marco Rubio released a new ad this week, called “Morning Again In America” which mimics an old ad by the GOP Christ, Ronald Reagan:
“It’s morning again in America. Today, more men and women are out of work than ever before in our nation’s history.”
Yes, it’s dismal and ark and, well, it features shots of a harbor, a busy city street and serene suburban neighborhood … In Canada. The Vancouver Sun pointed out the presence of city landmarks like the Harbour Centre tower and cranes of Port Metro Vancouver. The tugboat even appears to be sporting a small Canadian flag.
Marco Rubio is running for President of Canada? I thought Ted Cruz was the Canadian?
Some notes on the Grammys:
Taylor Swift is a hack performer, who relied on mini soundbites of lyrics, followed by awkward tween girl model poses and a shiny catsuit. TayTay? You can’t sing; stay home.
The Weeknd surprised me with a great voice.
Adele was the victim of bad sound people, on TV at least; rumor has it — see what I did there — she sounded much better in the arena.
Gaga was good, though kinda manic; there were times I thought she was having a seizure.
Kendrick Lamar ruled the night with a performance that was powerful and breathtaking and amazing and stunning.
Oh, and the awards? Who cares? We already knew who would win, though I loved Taylor Swift’s fake-assed elation every time someone bested her.
If you didn’t believe that Jeb Bush is just as dumb as his brother, there’s this:
He forgot to renew his website name so now if you head over JebBush.com you are redirected to a site for Donald [t]Rump. Seriously.
Speaking of Jeb … Guns are America?
I guess it’s a good thing that, even with all that PAC money in your accounts, it’s clear you won’t be president, because we don’t need another NRA poster boy in the White House.