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A few years ago, I worked giving out samples at Costco for a year, and these were the best/weirdest things that happened to me:

Around Halloween, a man and woman walked by my cart, with a little boy who was crying as if he was losing part of his soul. They all had strong and beautiful Indian accents. The man said, “Son, what’s wrong? Son, what’s bothering you?” and his wife sighed and said, “He thinks we won’t let him be a ladybug for Halloween.” The father straightened up and said, “Son, of course you can be a ladybug! You can be whatever you want!” and they slowly got the boy to stop crying. It was one of the most heartwarming moments I’ve ever seen.

An elderly man with a long and greasy beard stole my opened bottle of Tabasco sauce that I was using, and proceeded to tilt it over his mouth and drink as much as he could. He then made a noise like “Whee-hee!” and said, “You can’t say you’re from Georgia, unless you can do that!” while I stared on with a horrified face.

(I’m not even in Georgia, and now, I hope to never be.)

A cart rushed by me, two children clinging to the sides of it, and a third pushing it as the other two yelled, “Faster, faster!” A minute later, a very frazzled mother ran in and said, “Have you seen my children?!” I pointed, and she ran off again.

A toddler chose me specifically to tell a story to, about how one time he went to a swimming pool, and there was a slide he really liked, and he went down it a bunch of times. His mom gave me a look of “I’m so sorry,” as the kid spoke, but she should not have been sorry. It was awesome.

A middle-aged man in a suit tried convincing me (while I was shutting down my cart and trying to avoid him) that Obama was the Antichrist, and that the whole world was run by someone called “The Black Pope” who was baptizing space aliens, and that’s why he liked Mitt Romney better. I countered by telling him that Mitt Romney’s real first name is “Willard,” and that made him dumbfounded enough that I could escape and clock out.

anonymous asked:

James Comey's "Lordy" reminded me of Jon Hamm on Kimmy Schmidt. "I believe in Gosh, and his son Jeepers."

oh my god YES, i’d suggest hamm to play comey in a biopic but hamm looks too much like mitt romney for that to happen

Me @ any teacher who acts like they have their shit together 100% of the time.

These are Donald Trump’s tweets from the 2012 election, during a brief point where it looked like Romney was carrying the popular vote (before the west coast was counted). If you read them without that context, it looks like he’s admitting his own failure now, encouraging people to deny his inauguration.

It’s worth posting just for that, never mind his hypocrisy on display.

Do I expect Trump to feel any dissonance between his accepting victory now and his calls for revolution because he (wrongly, oh so wrongly) thought Romney won the popular vote in 2012?

Of course not, what a stupid question.

azarath-evo  asked:

Donald Trump redemption arc

Trump receives a summons from his lords and masters, but as he prepares the teleporter his commanding wig is caught on a loose wire and catches fire.

Free from its control, Trump wishes to hide himself behind four tacky gold walls in Trump Tower, but fear of being seen without his hair wins out over cowardice.

He arms himself, with Paul Ryan as a human shield and a golf club as a weapon, and sets out through the teleporter to Mar-A-Lago. There, he must beat Steve Bannon into submission before confronting his greatest enemy:

It’s Mike Pence. All along, this has been his goal. He controlled Trump supporters through the Make America Great Again hats, the Trump water, even the Trump steak. He controlled Trump himself through his wig, putting him in office against all odds.

You see, nobody would elect Mike Pence. He’s far too dull. He’d have been obliterated like Mitt Romney. His elaborate plan involved getting an outsider, someone relentlessly narcissistic and for some weird reason celebrated, and convincing them to run for office.

Once Trump was in office, all Pence had to do was run Trump into the ground. Get him impeached. But it had to look real. No sudden fits of madness, just everyday acts of idiocy that people would believe of Donald Trump. And then Michael Richard Pence would be the leader of the Free World.

But Trump has his image riding on this. He never really wanted to be President. He wanted the fame, not the work. It’s too hard. So he takes his golf club and makes Pence unfit for office, then promptly announces an early Presidential election before stepping down. He never tells anyone of the truth. Because the world will get more from the idea of Trump the President than that of Trump the Brainwashed.

It’s then revealed that it was all a dream, because Trump wants to believe that he’s amazing and self-sacrificing. He hates the work. He is still President. He wishes he wasn’t.

But behind him, Mike Pence smiles in the dark…

LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING ABOUT THIS MAN! IN MY CHILDHOOD I HAVE NEVER MET A MORE SARCASTIC, FUCKING, LITTLE, PIECE OF DRIED UP SPOILED SHIT. THIS LITTLE WETSHIT WOULD APPEAR AT THE MOST FUCKING RANDOM OF TIMES AND WOULD LIKE “TRADE” GEMS FOR PASSAGE. MOTHER FUCKING BULLSHIT. THIS FAT FUCKNUGGET JUST BLOCKED ENTRANCES WITH HIS GIRTH AND LIKE A ROMNEY STYLED VULTURE CAPITALIST STEALING YOUR FUCKING GEMS. I WAS 1000% SURE THIS TAINTPAIN WAS FUCKING SATAN.

BUT LEMME TELL YA SOMETHING

THE BEST FUCKING TIME OF MY LIFE WAS AT THE END OF SPYRO THREE WHEN I GOT TO FUCK HIM SO HARD UP HIS FAT BEAR ASSHOLE IT WAS THE BEST MOMENT OF MY LIFE. I GOT ALL MY DIDDLY DARN FUCKING GEMS BACK. FUCK THIS FUCKING BEAR. AND MAY WE ALL SHIT ON HIS GRAVE.

GOP governors are being so stupid about the syrian refugees 

well what to expect from a bunch of people who wouldn’t know their heads from their asses 

and bobby jindal what is he even? human disappointment personified 

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According to Trump, Trump should have released his tax returns by now

In February, Donald Trump tweeted that Mitt Romney looked like a “fool” for releasing his tax returns so late in the game, on Sept. 21, 2012. A.k.a today. Trump has yet to release his own tax returns, despite being embroiled in not one but two damaging financial scandals at the moment. 

remember when mitt romney was gonna be the worst president candidate ever but now donald trump came along and mr romney feels like an angel

anonymous asked:

Do you think that John mccain would have been a good president

I worried about his judgment after Senator McCain chose Sarah Palin as his running mate – although I recognized the political advantages to having someone like her on the ticket in 2008 – but I certainly don’t think the country would have gone into a death spiral with McCain in the White House. I’m glad that Obama won, however, and if the only two things that Obama had accomplished were the Affordable Care Act and ordering the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, I’d say his election was worth it.

I’m passionate in my personal political beliefs, and I always want the candidate that I support (and the candidate whose beliefs and aims come closest to mirroring mine), but I’m not one of those people who automatically believe that the country is doomed if the other candidate wins the election. Although it is rapidly eroding, I still have faith in our political system, and still have hopes that (most) of our leaders truly want to work hard at actually governing the nation. That’s why I can look at the 2012 election, for example, and say that I’m glad Obama was re-elected and that he will likely accomplish more that I support than his opponent would have. Yet, I can also say that we wouldn’t have been doomed to catastrophic failure if Mitt Romney had won the race. Romney was a proven success as a an executive in business and politics, and I think he’s genuinely a good man and dedicated public servant who probably would have been a good President despite whatever political disagreements I might have found with him. When we immediately dismiss candidates or leaders from the opposite party, we suffocate any possibility of finding bipartisan answers to the questions we all face, regardless of which party we registered with. That straight-up eliminates our ability to have a government that actually governs with good faith. That’s a huge part of the problem within the current political climate.

Now, of course, there are exceptions. I’m totally willing to support the effort of political leaders from the opposing party if I truly believe they have the capacity (and the good intention) to govern. I don’t need to support or believe in their ideology to respect and appreciate their hard work as public servants trying to do what they see as right and managing the government as needed. That’s why I can say that I believe Mitt Romney probably would have been a good President if he had won the election, or that John McCain wouldn’t have burned the country to the ground if he had won. There are light years separating public servants like Romney or McCain from ill-suited, unqualified promoters and dangerous demagogues like Donald Trump, Ben Carson, or Carly Fiorina. It’s the same reason why I frequently take the time to highlight Paul Ryan’s reasonable leadership and why we need more public servants – on both sides of the spectrum – like Speaker Ryan, who recognizes that his first responsibilities are to his constituents in Wisconsin and the American people as a whole, and that his allegiance to his political party or to a specific party ideology are clearly further down the line.

i feel the need to preserve this important piece of fandom history from 2012, because the OP seems to have deleted and wank like this is too good to be forgotten

I’m going to give you “social justice” bloggers a choice and give you a deal. I don’t roleplay Jim for nothing, and now I have a hostage.

The hostage is my right. My prerogative. I am 19 years old and eligible to vote. Let’s carry on.

As I see, a lot of “social justice” bloggers on Steven Moffat’s tag are obsessed with a couple of things. One is “feminism”, the other is LGBT rights, and to a lesser extent I see other “liberal” values (like yelling racism) being touted about. Over a fucking TV show. Well since you guys want to be in a position of changing the world so badly, I decided I’ll go ahead and give you something else. That isn’t complaining about Steven Moffat in your sad, desperate lives.

I am sick of seeing people call Steven Moffat sexist when we have so many more sexist people. Sick of seeing these “Social Justice” bloggers treat his writing like he’s a domestic violence criminal. Sick of seeing “queer” people act like he’s homophobic because he likes lesbians when they go on and on about Sherlock and John fucking in every position and every straight character (male) takes it up the ass on their blog.

So I’m going to give you guys a choice. I have my hostage. I AM GIVING YOU 24 HOURS TO SHUT UP, AND FOR 24 HOURS, I WANT THE MOFFAT TAG TO BE FREE OF ANY HATE.

And if I see any hate on the Moffat tag at all, I will vote for Mitt Romney.

I would like to see how you feel knowing you have lost one vote to your dreaded enemies.

All because you tried to be “social justice” when you didn’t have to be and didn’t give a shit about the bigger picture or real social justice.

This is a threat.

Female!Jim out.

*Plus I’m a cis woman myself and capable of having children, obviously I don’t WANT to vote for Romney but it’s like the Moffat haters don’t really care if he wins?

glee doing a better job at lesbians than the 100 is like mitt romney yelling about trump what a parallel today is a mess