3.2.07

Q: What do you think my girl wants? A: 720 degrees of love





He is a great man, a great man indeed, and we are small men. We live by the verdict and nuance. He lives by convenience and nobility. He makes rule of law for 12 years, brings Amerika out of recession, he is responsible for the death of many and the life of many. His opinions are glorified, his ideas etched into memorials. He is blood of the 26th and married his fifth minus one. It wasn't 9/11 but 12/7 was close. He can do many things, think many things, and have tremendous influence. A great man once said "All that crawl will walk, and all that walk will fall". But as the poor kids from the Hooverville's now grew up in the shadow of power they felt unrepresented, alienated, disenfranchised, and they would follow him around the grounds and cry out "hey, why won't you stand up for U.S."

2 comments:

Justice Rare said...

I wanted to make this a comment under grza's bit, but I don't know how/if at all to put pictures in the comment area, so this is not so much an independent thought as it is a contribution, addition, whether warranted or forced it needed to be said, not enough cripple jokes at the expense of wildly successful people in history.

ETC said...

When Greg was asked the titles question in terms of himself, he answered...

1. A kiss on the cheek.

lame.

2. Better Boyfriend.

...

Turns out, what she really wanted was one of those hanging ducks from the oriental market, and a bottle of Jamison. Tight.