In essence, we're screwed.
This is also no surprise. Since we're all inside this luxurious handbasket on its way downhill, we should at least be amused.
Cue Joe Biden:
No surprise, for the third time. It's Good Old Joe, sitting at a diner with some bikers. He is in very close proximity to the lone female biker, as opposed to the two male bikers. As if this weren't jolly enough, it all happened in Seaman, Ohio.
As if this weren't enough to tickle the old funny bone for the day, I came across his boss, President Obama, having difficulty with an iPhone. The headline should have read Head iHole Can't Use iPhone.
DEMOCRAT PLANNERS TAKE NOTE:
You know me - I'm a Ron Paul kinda guy. I wouldn't give you a handful of rocks for a republican or democrat. But it certainly is amusing to note that perhaps the democratic candidate and his second-in-command should switch place. I think most reasonably sane people would rather have someone who can handle a biker chick running the country than a guy who can't grok an iPhone.
My esteemed coworkers and I arrived at work this morning to discover a new parking policy. I smiled when I read it, knowing that the natives would soon be restless, sharpening their pitchforks and lighting their torches. The natives never disappoint. In short order, I could hear the drums beating and smell the lighter fluid.
Out to lunch with a friend, I explained the whole parking brouhaha, including the pitchforks.
He looked at me and said, "So there's a new parking policy that states people should not park in places where parking is not allowed."
"Yes," I assured him, "you understand."
He replied, "And people are outraged."
"Ok," he said, and we went to another topic.