Friday, September 26, 2008

BEST PART OF THE PRESSIE DEBATE THING BETWEEN SOME DUDES WHO DON'T LIKE EACH OTHER BUT ONE DUDE WAS KINDA GRUMPY AND NEEDED A NAP; THE OTHER, BORED

It's all political BS to the 100th degree. I know. C'mon, 90 minutes is gonna decide the direction of the country? Whatevers. BUT. The best part of the whole thing, seriously - was the grating sound of Jon Jon's Sharpie as he scratched out various notes/drawings to call Obama stupid. It was super audible when the B-dogg was rocking the mic. Made me laugh many times. Best part of the whole thing.

(besides of course the hideously skewed post-coverage of Fox {They never used the words uppity nigger, but they wanted to.} and MSNBC {So verrrrry on the dils-nick of Obama, "slurp".})

SHARPIE '08!

8 comments:

Stuart Spengler said...

Spengler 08, or 2016, when I would actually be 35+. Whatever. Free Sharpies for the remaining 10%.

readwright said...

I love you, Ty. But you know that.

keam said...

that is why i watch cnn. it leans a little left, but nowhere on the fringes that fox and msnbc lurk.

mccain looked like an angry old guy....oh wait!

90 minutes will not decide the direction this counrty is going. the 10 minutes palin spent with couric will do that.

WordO said...

I for one welcome our Sharpie-huffing warlord.

Just you wait, Mr. Ty. The VP debate will be a battle of the stupids on par with the Jerry Springer Show.

Zombiepocalypse...now...please.

Cohen, just Cohen. said...

WordO! You lumber forth from the cold embrace of the distant North to snark on a blog? Well done sir. If you listen closely, you can hear words in the squeak of that Sharpie, they say: "He's actually a puppet. Colonel Sanders is alive and working his mouth with a little lever on his back."

Chris Horse said...

Ty, your witty observations always deliver.

Always.

A++ for included picture of sharpie.

I say we lock the candidates in my root cellar and whichever one emerges with the least daemons inhabiting their flesh, wins.

Ack Ack Ack said...

Does anyone else end up "tasting" the Sharpie if you use if for too long. Like its smell is so powerful that it messes with your taste buds or something?

It does for me. Weird.

Stuart Spengler said...

Taste and smell are linked.

Also, quit licking the Sharpie you re-re.