Monthly Archives: December 2011

Hoping For Change

 

So, here we are, just ten months—give or take—away from the next Presidential election, and two days away from the start of 2012.

 

Yessir, it’s a leap year, which means a new (or same) President will be elected and another Summer Olympiad will be contested. I still get geared up for both of these events, if not quite as geeked up as I used to.

 

 

 

As an aside, should the two events be combined, or would that produce too much illegal brain doping? Discuss.

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THE 12 CRAPPIEST SONGS OF CHRISTMAS

Who am I to compile a list of the 12 crappiest popular Christmas songs I’ve ever heard?

 

 

Well, my last name’s Goldberg, I’m Jewish, and I celebrate Chanukah. Do we even have 12 Chanukah songs?

 

 

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THE REIGN OF CAIN

Thinking about Herman Cain, I can’t get the following tune out of my head. Maybe, I should call 9-9-9.

 

 

Cue the music: The brain of Cain turned out to be inane.

 

I think I’ve got it.

 

Wait, wasn’t that lyric, or something like it, from My Fair Lady? Speaking of which, how many fair ladies did Cain run around with, or harass?

 

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THINK, THINK, THINK

So, how do successful people think, and if I’m typing that question out loud, what does that say about me?

 

 

How do we, um, they do it?

 

Think, think, think.

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