The Lunchtime Stupid

I hope that they make room for theDiet Coke  button at whatever the Lord Damp Nut exhibit will be at the Spy Museum.

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9 Responses to RIP

  1. Diet soda is BAD for you! Diet soda causes cancer! Also, have you ever noticed that people who drink diet soda (or “pop” as we say here in Buffalo) are always overweight?

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    • b says:

      “I have never seen a thin person drinking Diet Coke.” — Donald Trump, who reportedly drinks 12 Diet Cokes a day. No damn wonder he’s screwed up.


  2. donnah says:

    Trump never, on any level, respected the office of the presidency. The White House was just another old building to him, and the staff were his personal waiters. He cheapened it by simply being there and I’m glad he’s gone, making room for someone who respects and reveres the building and the history contained within the hallowed walls.

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  3. I’d never seen a closeup of the thing before. that was a nice bit of craftsmanship on the part of the anonymous WH staffer who made it. Well mitered corers, nicely matched grain..someone put work, attention to detail and skill into that thing, and I’ll wager that not once did LDN say ‘Thank You’ for it.

    Joe could have at least repurposed it for a “Smithers, Release the hounds Champ and Major” button 🙂 Snoot Boops in the Oval Office…

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  4. Ten Bears says:

    From March 13, ’18: For the past couple of days my littlest grandaughter has had a new (to me) cartoon running in the background that I am thoroughly enjoying. A 2009 release, Monsters v Aliens features Stephen Colbert as the voice of the pResident of the Untied States, his onscreen presence the most amazing cross between Our Tea Pot Dictator and his butt-buddy the Rocket Boy, Kim Jong Un. The size, most physical features and mannerisms all Drumpf uck, the hair a cross between the two, and the face and glasses Kim.

    Quite prescient for a 2009 release, a far more adult cartoon than kid with a lot of cracks straight out of today’s headlines. Notably: at one point pResident Hathaway/Kim/Trump almost pushes the button that blows up the world rather than the button that summons his latte, and then asks “who invented this system!?” “Uhmmm, you did, sir.”

    Too which he flippantly responds “Well, fire somebody!”

    At the end, past the credits, being stupid, he blows up the world.

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  5. Dennis Cole says:

    There seems to be quite a bit of controversy over what it is, what it does, where it came from, and where it’s currently residing, if you follow the numerous threads.

    I just thank my lucky stars that it wasn’t a nuclear launch button.

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