Thursday, February 7, 2008

If I were president

First action? The abolition of special interest groups... no room for lining political pockets. A president should not have ANY affiliations with special interest groups period, no exclusions, no exceptions. The job may not pay that well as compared to being a CEO, but it's not supposed to. You're leading a country... not a company.

Iraq, run through from coast to coast, wipe out Baghdad Bob, knock out Saddam, and leave a calling card, "Fsck with us again, and we'll be back." Pack up your troops and leave. To occupy a foreign country is neither our job, nor advantageous to us. If I woke up tomorrow and saw foreigners invading my country and trying to maintain a presence, you can bet I'd be taking out those foreigners. As far as I can recall, my oath was to protect the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic... it didn't say I'd occupy a country I have no beef with. The only reason we're still there is oil... America wants to control it, even if the country gets divided.

Fear of terrorists; Hitler used this ploy on the Germans, it didn't work out so well for him, and it didn't work out so well for the USA with regard to Japan or Vietnam... isn't your Toyota due for a fscking tuneup?

Wake up America, NY shops are now accepting Euros, that's how degraded the US dollar has gone... it is nearly worth the paper that the world bank has printed it upon.

Iran? Be leery Americans... and remember that when you grab a tiger by the tail, there's teeth on the other end. We've lost over 4,000 American lives thus far. If we enter Iran, we will lose more than ten times that, and you'll still be making $9.00 an hour.

Pull out of Iraq, and leave a strong card... "Don't make me come back."

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Where the hell is my remote?

American television sucks, we have more commercials today selling snake oil craptastic products than any other country in the world. Even the BBC has less! Sure the Brits complain that they have to pay for an annual television license, but I pay for cable at a price that probably far exceeds the cost of that license, and if you've ever watched BBC, there are a lot less commercials! Special channel packages also piss me off. I could get cable TV with HBO and Scrotumax but I had to pay additional money for hardware to watch TechTV. That's bullcrap.

Some of these craptastic products annoy the hell out of me, like the cell phone reception improving sticker that turned into the RF frequency protector. Anyone who's owned a wi-Spy and saw the screen go ape-shit when you heat up popcorn in a microwave knows that in the grand scheme of RF saturation, a cell phone ain't a blurb of whats out there thats harmful. It very much reminds me of the 1970's magazine scam for a solar-powered clothes dryer at a cost of only $30.00. For their prompt payment, people received fifty feet of clothesline and a few clothes pins.

Point is, that we have more advertisements for drugs that can cure whatever ails you, more advertisements for crap that doesn't work, more advertisements trying to sway people from what works for them, and I just want to watch a fscking television show!

Time to get a TiVO.