Saturday, July 20, 2013

Last night's New Rules.

There are a couple of groaners but hang in for the last one about smart stupid people.

That is one of my all time most irritating pet peeves as well.

(P.S. If this gets yanked in the next few hours I apologize ahead of time. Just let me know and I will try to find a replacement.)


  1. Anonymous4:53 PM

    Hey Uncle G, are you planning to go see Bill in Fairbanks? I was thrilled he came to Medford Oregon a couple years ago but feared his concert wouldn't sell out as that area is fairly conservative, or so I thought. Full house of regular, somewhat preppy looking educated folks who roared with laughter for the entire show. I was so relieved to discover I wasn't one of only about 12 liberals in So Oregon. Lot was about Palin as she was more in the news in those days and no titters of forced nervous laughter, just roars of big laughs, whistles and catcalls.

    Yep, lots of conservative looking folks despise her too! Her kind of trash talk and tired rhetoric should be bi-partisan to any thinking person who spends more than 60 seconds listening to her.

    1. There is NOTHING that could get me to go to Fairbanks.

      And that includes Bill Maher.

    2. Anonymous7:18 PM

      You piqued my interest Gryphen. Why not Fairbanks?

    3. Anonymous9:15 PM

      Fairbanks is a long drive and there are a lot of very creepy people there. I wouldn't go there either.

    4. Anonymous6:18 AM

      WTF is Bill going to squarebanks and not Anchorage? That is weird. If I were him I'd wear a bullet proof vest.
      Why? is he going there?

  2. Anonymous5:25 PM

    "...creamy layer of Michelle Bachmann."
    OMG? Did he really say that?

  3. Anonymous6:22 PM

    Hey Gryphen, for another post:

  4. Anonymous7:04 PM

    In case they pull the video on youtube:

  5. Anonymous7:28 PM

    Love Maher. He always hits it just right.

  6. Anita Winecooler7:56 PM

    "That's not heaven, it's a Lunesta commercial" LOL

    For some reason, I usually don't mind the groaners when he does them, but the spoof on the Asiana Air Crash was a bit much.

  7. Anonymous8:58 PM

    “He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would surely suffice.”
    Albert Einstein

  8. Anonymous9:39 PM

    Poor Bill, sometimes he's just not as funny as he seems to think he is. Most of this was a real stretch. He needs to hire some new writers.

    1. Anonymous3:14 AM

      George Carlin is dead! Bill is the next best thing. Get your "shits and giggles" somewhere else."

      RJ in Brownbackistan

  9. Anonymous9:06 AM

    I don't think Bill read Dr. Alexander's book, Proof of Heaven.I found it fascinating. He is a neurosurgeon who had scoffed at reports of near-death experiences. Then he had one. Because he was in a profound coma for a week in ICU he was able to document everything that was done to him.He meticulously goes through all of the usual arguments - drugs, lack of oxygen, etc against NDEs and explains why they didn't apply to his case.The butterfly is how he "met" his sister from his birth family who had died years before he found his birth family.It's a much better book than Bill makes it out to be. According to Quantum Physics there are multiple dimensions ( 11 according to String and M Theories). It is possible that when people die they slip into these other dimensions. We don't know, but, one day we will find out for ourselves.


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