Post-Independence Day.

As in, “we are a post-independent nation”.  Which is maybe why I’m reading less news since the Obamacare ruling, with even less inclination to blog about it.  Why bother?

Wish I could think of something cheerful.  Higgs-Boson particle, maybe?  I dunno…

…sorry.   Everything tastes of ashes.  I’m so mad at government that when I see good ol’ Bill:

all I can think is…Farenheit 451.  Which is probably why everything tastes of ashes.

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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3 Responses to Post-Independence Day.

  1. Billy says:

    A few things come to mind after seeing that clip.

    What about a parody on it, where the Bill is the AHA (Affordable Healthcare Act?, or is that AHCA) Can you picture how big that dude would be? 2000+ pages, not able to fit through doors, can barely stand on its feet. Refusing to let anybody read between its lines until it becomes a law.

    Second thought. Gee, doesn’t that song encourage kids to want laws? It’s a good thing, right? Everybody is happy in the end when Bill becomes Law. Got to wonder about the motive.

    Btw, I’m not a Bill. I’m a Billy.

    • wormme says:

      That’s genius, Billy. A series of Schoolhouse Rock parodies. And yes, that is one of my least favorite SR songs because it advocates passing laws.

      “I’m a fat bill, I’m a great big fat bill, and I’m squattin’ here on Capital Hill…”

  2. Edohiguma says:

    Thanks, thanks to that video I’ve tried finding the Simpsons version “An amendment to be” for several hours, no dice.

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