Thursday, October 13, 2011

What did you expect?

The Global Outrage of an Educated Man..........vol.146
Ladies and gentlemen, "damn it feels good to be a gangster." I know that I've been away for far too long, with my thoughts occupied with the necessities of finishing school so that I can begin indoctrinating the future masses of disgruntled youths to demand their fair share, when I begin my student teaching this Spring. Although, they will be required to work for it. You hear me Republicans. I know that you were about to get all upset about a welfare state, so don't get your tucked in polo shirts and parted hair cuts all out of whack over nothing.
I however, am very happy with the knowledge that my ties to my better half, and I will be marrying up, will be made legal in 8 short days, on a beautiful joyous fall evening next Friday the 21st. Cheers to all and thank you for all of your support and well wishes. You know who you are.
I am also happy to see that the Tea-Party has their antithesis occupying Wall Street and demanding that greed take a back seat to what is morally appropriate. Survival of the fittest Capitalism clothed by church going men and women who seem to forget the gospel once they leave the church are no longer going to be tolerated.
I would love to be shaking hands and kissing babies with those rabble rousers down there. Maybe in 10 years I'll be in elected office looking to ignite the masses for much needed community involvement. Community organizer anyone? Troy, don't get too upset. Everyone knows the day will come when you'll check off the ballot for Jack Scharber, or be picking up my latest bestseller. Word. Verb, its what's happening.
More to come in the next couple weeks, but don't be suprised if were in Iran over Christmas. World War 3 may have started on the backs of sub-prime mortgages and complex derivatives, just in time for 2012??? Hmmmmmmm.
Come on, what did you expect from my right brain thinking. When 95% go one way, go the other. Trust me.
Here's to prospering in the new global economy.  

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