I don’t usually get too excited about political scandals due to their inevitable and foreseeable nature, but this ‘Bridgegate’ thing has gotten me more worked up than a paleoista at a food court. Specifically, I am more than shocked and dismayed that ‘Bridgegate’ is the best name the media could come up with for this nationwide local issue and frankly, whoever invented it should be made curator of the Lame Museum.
Really? ‘Bridgegate’? It’s like the creativity pipes got frozen in the polar vortex of banality and spewed liquid dull all over the floor of the triteroom.
Call me more progressive than my insurance company, but it’s about time we stopped putting ‘-gate’ at the end of anything that hints at the unethical or seemingly naughty-naughty. Other stupid examples include Continue reading
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I will never be a marine biologist. Those who are close to me know that I do not use flowery deodorants. Less literally, those who are close to me also know that I do not like big things in the water. And when I say big things in the water I mean animate, alive things like sharks or squids or Loch Ness monsters. Boats and their ilk are okay, but anything that moves of its own will and is bigger than a Chipotle burrito will make me scream like Howard Dean in Iowa.
It doesn’t even have to be especially scary; it just has to be of significant size. Even things that might be large, but absolutely harmless like halibut or tuna or Chris Christie; if they are big and they are in the water, they freak me out. Out of the water I am fine. If I were to see Chris Christie or a halibut in Costco, no problem. Continue reading