Thursday, November 6, 2008

Blogger Blockage

I have blogger's block. And I've been sick, so I should be chugging NyQuil, inducing a coma, and while not deep in hibernation, blogging. but I can't. I have blogger's block! It's so frustrating! I started writing about how my friend's neighbor tried to take down a 40-foot live tree with a chain and a 2-wheel drive Toyota pick-up and the hilarity that ensued, but it wasn't funny. At all. So I trashed it. It was one of those things that was really funny when it was happening, but not really funny on paper (or on screen). So, why would I bore my readers with not funny stories about rednecks doing redneck things with their trucks? Thanks, but I'll spare you. I'm blaming my blogger blockage on the fact that I've been a total hermit and haven't left the house in 3 days, except for the random errand to get more NyQuil, or Kleenex with lotion in them--and aloe (God help me if I get chaffed nose). I haven't been able to interact with interesting people or situations, so you get this post: My blogger blockage post. I know! It's lame. Hope you enjoyed it. Good bye.




HA! Just kidding, I'm not done. Let's talk current events.

News Flash: This is not a political blog, so please refrain from comments about how it's the end of the world and the country is being run by a Muslim socialist. I don't care what your republican parents or children told you.

Another news flash: anytime someone starts out a statment with the words "News" and "Flash", it's probably not going to be positive. It's probably going to be slightly passive-aggresive... or it's going to be an actual news flash on a news program.

anyway, Obama is the prez elect. I don't know about you, but I'm pretty excited about it. He is truly someone I can believe in, and I think he'll do great things for this country. I've liked this one since day 1... or like day 236, but still. I liked Obama for a while and voted for him... twice. however, he has quite a mess to clean up.

The gays are all up in arms about Prop 8. I heard that they started a protest in LA yesterday, which turned into a parade, which turned into a "gay riot", which was basically gays swarming cars occupied by Tila Tequila, but whatever. Gays can riot, too. I think people should do what they wanna do, end of discussion. Marriage should be between 2 humans (preferably adults), without any questions asked. I makes me kind of angry that we live in a world that 1 out of 2 people thinks that gays shouldn't have the same rights as straight people. It's sick. 1 out of 2 people look at a homosexual and think, "that's not a real person that should deserve the same rights."

that's all for now, everyone. have a pleasant rest of your morning and afternoon.

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Claire said...

just for the record, I didn't spam anyone.

p0nk said...

the gays like to use the 'equal rights' mantra to allow them to vote, but how far do we take that? Can i marry my mom because i love her? my dog? There has to be some boundaries somewhere. For now, society still says a man and a woman.

Jimbo said...

To p0nk, if you want to marry your mom, I will vote for you to have the right to do so. But you can't reproduce. So one of you will have to get fixed.

As to Prop 8 and all of the gay riots and crap in Hollywood last night. If they want to get married and enjoy all the fun the rest of heterosexual enjoy, including nagging, PMS mood swings, jealous rants, no sex, and do these jeans make my ass look fat, then more power to them. I think what pissed all of the heterosexuals off is the fact that is was pushed down our throats. Gavin Nusome broke the law and started marrying them which sent it to the California Supreme court which over turn the law banning gays from marrying. And just for the record, I voted no.

Rednecks doing redneck stuff is funny. You should have used it.

Jonathan said...

I'm most interested in how the gay celebrity tax boycott works out. I certainly think that line of thinking has merit. They should at least get a discount.

C.S. Perry said...

If the gays do get to marry...what do you suppose the divorce rate will be?
(I love typing "The Gays." It sounds like a lame-ass sitcom from the 70's.)

Jimbo said...

Jonathan,

It is all a joke. She has houses in several states and she will just claim residence in one of them. It is just like Alec Baldwin saying he would move out of the country if Bush became president. I voted for Bush just to see if he would do it and damn he is still here.

C.S.,
It will probably be lower. at least for the guys. They don't care if they cheat on each other.

And no I am not gay, but I live in so cal and have a few gay friends.

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