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Voter Fraud


This dingy image verifies, once and for all, that the only substantive voter fraud being practiced in the United States of America is carried out by wealthy, privileged white people.

John Ellis Bush is the son of President George Herbert Walker Bush and the brother of President George W. Bush. Somehow, in the course of his life, he became convinced of his Hispanic heritage, which does not exist.

And, just to recap--if a Democrat had done something like this, the howls of outrage would lift the roof off the joint.

Everyone Knows Ronan Farrow is Frank Sinatra's Son


If Mia Farrow, who is certifiably nuts, were to ever admit that Ronan Farrow is the biological son of Frank Sinatra, she would lose her moral authority as the aggrieved party in the whole Woody Allen mess. Everyone knows this.

The rule of thumb is, you stay away from these people as far as you can; if you're an actor with a certain amount of vanity, you're allowed to go do your one Woody film so that you can have credibility. The rest of them, ugh. Nothing is worse than a blog post that mentions these people, not even a story about some jackasses who drowned a dog because they were doing donuts on the ice.

Bill Cosby is Not Done Raping Women


You would think someone would have taken Bill Cosby aside by now and said, "hey, you gotta disappear."

Is he really that defiant? Does he really think what's happened is going to just go away? On what planet does Bill Cosby get to skate on everything he's been accused of and just go back to wandering in and out of popular culture, making money and acting like nothing happened?

This is a man who cannot be advised of anything.

Would You Pay More if Amazon Hired Union Workers?


Whenever anything related to Amazon comes up, I feel like commenting on it after I tell you that:

1. I publish crappy short stories on Amazon as a wannabe author

2. I use Amazon extensively to entertain the family

3. I buy things cheap from Amazon on a regular basis

Having said that, would I pay more if Amazon hired union workers?

Absolutely. I would pay more. And so, adding 1,000 jobs to Baltimore's work force will improve the lives of a lot of people even if these jobs aren't union jobs (don't laugh because this is not Germany and nobody forms a union here and survives). You'd have to be a braying jackass to make it about yourself and bemoan 1,000 jobs in the economically depressed Southeastern part of Baltimore. Whatever they are going to pay those folks just isn't enough, but at least it is something.

If someone were to stumble across this crappy blog, they would know one thing--Amazon's stuff is dirt cheap because they don't pay their people enough. If they charged just a little more for their stuff, I would still buy things from Amazon.

Really, this isn't hard to understand.