So, tea is the new Kool-Aid. Jamestown is now upon us...okay, enough with the disaster scenarios. For someone who drank "ocho" and learned about the practice of Zen, I am tired of this nonsense with Glenn Beck. Even saying his name wants me to throw up. In any case, why sit and whine?
Do we need to counteract the silliness?
The tea baggers do present some cheap entertainment. However, would it make sense for us to keep it going? Probably. But how about we make it more fun and a bit serious at the same time?
Let's get Stephen Colbert, his Reporrr and truthiness involved!
This is exactly what one "mrsammercer" on "reddit" thought up and many of us agree.
Is God or Douglas Adams going to get involved?
Caution: The following section may involve sarcasm and require reading and information processing skills...
Here is what someone had to say?!
"We have our sign from God: Colbert Rally on 101010 == 42. No need to say more."
So, it looks like the big, funny day may be 10.10.10!
Need I say more? So, either the spirit of Douglas Adams or a carpenter's dad will definitely be involved...
Although, there's more "ideas" on reddit. Like this one:
"Idea: Get Tina Fey to do a speech at the rally..."
Here's to some entertainment...
So, if it's your "cuppa tea", help restore truthiness!
Claimer: Views presented in this article probably or definitely allude to people real, unreal, imaginary, virtual and otherwise. Any harm or libel cast on people dead, alive or transient is either intentional or otherwise. The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author, however he refuses to take responsibility for said views and believes the use of "airquotes" to be a birthright. Claims not included in this claim are also claimed.
Copyright Information: Whereas the blog postings themselves are stolen by the author from the recesses of his deranged mind, he holds all the rights to everything on this blog. Yet, he secretly hopes you will copy his stuff to satisfy his ego. He may still sue you to prove to the world that he makes stuff worth pirating...seriously, still reading this?