I got off the phone with Obama at 4:20 a.m.. We basically agreed it was time to roll out volume three of our ambitious astroturf program. We were discussing wingnuts and third party loooosers like Nader who fear us for our freedom, good looks, and off the charts intelligence and compassion.
Mr. President asked what was going on between myself and donkeytale. He mentioned how it was not always easy for the Beatles to co-exist, nor for that matter the cast of the t.v. show Taxi. We both admitted to an awkward appreciation for Andy Kaufman. But I digress.
Barack said that all these things had him thinking about our in-fighting and how it would only end up serving the interests of those wingnuts alluded to above. He said, "I've an idea. Remember when Worthing and Kimberlin played I-Pad keepaway? What if they had never been able to get that close to one another? Would herstory have played out differently?"
We discussed some think tank Uncle Tom whose premise is that both cops and African-Americans need to be separated. John McWhorter believes that there are some bad cops and some bad citizens. What if we could keep them apart? To cut to the chase of this mailed-in entry, myself and Obama came up with a similar idea to help prevent the donksoc autopilot program from disbanding.
(non-sequitor photo, like those
New Yorker cartoons leaving one
to ask, "Wtf?") ***
This is what we came up with. I will tweet to donkeytale. He can respond on this blog. That way the two of us shan't actually cross paths. If this works, Obama and myself will set up a similar program by which cops and Black men will not come into contact. A lot is riding on DonkSoc v.3. As always, God bless the American people.
*** That's Harold Lloyd giving himself the Johnny Cash through a carnival mirror. That's my screenshot from I think the movie Speedy. One urban myth is that Wayne and Garth stole that which was churned into the we are not worthy, we suck schtick.
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