Friday, January 06, 2012

Blah, Blah, Blah

Well, you have to give Rick (don't google me) Santorum credit for almost covering the Republican theme honestly. You know the theme, those "blah" people stealing hard working "why" people's money. Just lacking a certain coherence in consonants.

There certainly is some epic stealing going on, the problem is that it is by the (consonantly deprived) "ri" people. It would be deficient on my part both practically and consonantly to not note that they aren't just "ri" but "why" people; they certainly aren't "poo" people indicated by Santorum.

Just to be fair about it all, "Don't Google Me" isn't alone in the talk, just the part where there was a mistake involving consonants...

(I could have a bit of fun with the consonant thing but it would render both my writing unintelligible and probably my speech as well)

3 comments:

LanceThruster said...

Great observations, Chuck. I'm still waiting to hear from Santorum what he really meant to say. It reminds me somewhat of this particular South park episode.

"People Who Annoy You". Randy is given the letters: R, T, S, L, and E. He adds the letters: B, N, G, and O leaving the puzzle to spell: N_GGERS. With five seconds to go he reluctantly answers "niggers" on live national television, shocking his family, friends and millions of viewers nationwide. The buzzer sounds and Randy loses; the correct answer is "naggers" and everyone stops in shock.

from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/With_Apologies_to_Jesse_Jackson

Santorum is now the "Blah people guy."

[snicker]

Chuck Butcher said...

If "Googleproblem" were the only one out there, I'd bother to swoon. Funny stuff there, Lance.

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