Here are the things that have been on my mind a lot recently:
- My job
- My future
- The government
- Random crap
I’m tired of thinking about my job and my future, so let’s talk about the government.
My friend, Paula, and I used to say that we wanted to go into every meeting with a measuring tape and ask all the men to take out their penises and let us measure. Once we knew who had the biggest one, we could get on with the business at hand. By measuring, we could skip all the chest pounding, the braggadocio, and the metaphorical circling of each other that would normally take place for the first 20 minutes of the meeting as they worked out who was the “big dog” in the room. I thought it was an excellent efficiency idea.
I want to do the same thing with our government. Let’s just measure them and move on. Yes, John Boehner, yours is huge. We’re all impressed. Now, let’s get this government open. Oh, Harry Reid, how do you find pants that fit? You surely make all men weep with envy. Now, let’s start negotiating some deals. And Mr. President, of course yours is beyond compare. We all know that the President gets an implant on inauguration day — so you shouldn’t feel threatened at all. You, above all else, should be helping those less blessed than you find a way to work together.
STOP WORRYING ABOUT HOW BIG YOU ARE AND START THINKING ABOUT THE NATION AND ITS CITIZENS. Your desire to come out “on top” ensures that many of us feel like “bottom-dwelling people.”
Ok, that’s my rant on government. What else can you say that we’re not all thinking?
So, for random crap. My friend, Kristin, and I ate lunch in Davidson the other day. It’s a really neat little college town. I love the creativity of college kids:
Hula Hoop on, People. Hula Hoop on.