Today I saw a new political ad from the GOP called, "The Breakup." It's clever, and harsh, like you would expect a breakup to be. But it also clearly and succinctly states how I feel about the president and our relationship so far. Check it out:
I waited until 2 pm to visit the local Chick-fil-a for my lunch. I can't say I was suprised to see that the parking lot was completely full. I got in line at the drive through behind 20 other cars; nevertheless, the staff served us all within 15 minutes.
I think the success of the appreciation day and the failure of the liberal boycott is because most people don't mix politics with their food and we don't like to see anyone get bullied for being themselves. I do admit; however, some may have gone to Chick-fil-a unaware like this young lady:
Let me be clear up front: Mockazine respects a mother's right to decide when she wants to ween her baby. Mockazine also respects the notion that private things should remain private.
That said, Time Magazine took an intensly intimate and personal activity and turned it into a salacious magazine cover. Bad move for Time, good move for Mockazine. I foresee a very popular meme featuring little Sucklebert attached to all kinds of strange objects.
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Last week I posted a picture of a billboard near my office. The billboard is designed to offer a hotline to anyone in crisis over an oil spill. I know that oil spills are bad: they damage the environment, they damage the economy, and they really damage animals that get covered in the oil. I just never realized that people go into emotional crisis because of them. That's the story behind the original post.
Sometimes people don't get my sense of humor; and by "sometimes" I mean "often." A good friend asked me to explain that last post because she did not get what I was trying to say. I still think the billboard is a little bizzare, so I decided to re-do the image by changing the add to tie in with a widely accepted proverb. What do you think?