I saw something in the news , and it brought up a few questions. Well, I guess that was after I had a laugh, because it was a pretty funny story. And it helped prove my 'crazy attracts crazy' theory.
It wasn't the actual story. The question that wasn't asked was more interesting. Of course, this is a common mistake, made by the 'biased' and 'slightly retarded' group of people who we call the media.
My question was this. Why doesn't the White house have a blanket denouncement for anything Dennis Rodman does? I think that would be, in the end, just good policy. I don't think poorly of Mr Rodman for personal reasons, I just feel that his involvement in the world of politics could end up having apocalyptic consequences, at best
Higgs-bosun? You nerds go make up more interesting-sounding names for the particles you 'find'. And give them a cooler backstories.
Why does no one listen to me when they ask "Can I ask you a question?" and I tell them no? I know I joke around a lot, and people might get the idea I'm kidding, but seriously. No
I saw a teaser headline for an article: "5 Weird Wedding Trends Worse Than Fairytale Themes". I knew this to be a full on BS article for one reason: There's no way any one wedding trend could be worse than a fairy tale theme, let alone 5 of them coexisting that are all that horrific
Isn't this a funny blog site! It's so good, I should run for office!