It's been a while! I was just reading through some of the old ones and cracking up. Ah. I amuse myself at least. Bob posted some videos of his commercial, or promotion a clothing line. It was very horsey and ~deep, yet ultimately pointless (to me). It didn't make me want to buy the clothes because they … Continue reading Random Thoughts #67
Future politicians take note. Lieabetes is practically a job requirement. ~ To take place in One-Liner Wednesday or see other entries, click here.
People are going to wake up one day within the next three years and realise that having your cake and eating it only works when that cake is made out of plastic and your teeth are made out of false hope (Chinese plastic rice cakes aside of course, those are edible... ish). Now I really … Continue reading One Liner Wednesday
6. An illegitimate executive order was passed. Trump’s latest executive order bans federal government agencies from issuing a new regulation without eliminating two existing ones. Such an order is “not a legitimate use of presidential authority,” a policy-making expert told Quartz. Federal agencies are empowered with making regulations through statutes passed by Congress. Quote taken … Continue reading And it just gets better
Seems like a good day for a list. Ten Things That Are Annoying Me Right Now 1. Theresa May(hem) Need I say more? 2. Trump and his cronies https://twitter.com/ava/status/823691804037947393 Predictably, almost everything they've done since in power has either been ridiculous, disgusting or helpful to absolutely no one but themselves. 3. Award shows. Rich people congratulating themselves. … Continue reading Ten Things That Are Annoying Me Right Now
Donald Trump and British politicians have proven one thing in the past year. Being successful ain't all it's cut out to be for the people who have to deal with the consequences. Let's start with Trumpgret, the cold feeling occupying those who feel betrayed by The Donald. The regretter: This woman She says that she … Continue reading Voter Regret: sometimes a win isn’t always a win
Today (20th January 2017) marks the day of Trump's inauguration. I am not American so I will not be watching. Not only that, I do not care. The media really wants me to care but I don't. I have watched both (all?) sides engage in an unfortunate pissing contest that doesn't help anybody. The media … Continue reading an unfortunate pissing contest (jusjojan | 19.)