next to of course god america i

July 21, 2009

In a journalistic feat that can only be described with the phrase “…so you don’t have to,” Vanity Fair proofreads Sarah Palin’s resignation speech. It turns out to be rife with errors of fact, poor grammar and clunky turns of phrase, and they wind up spilling more red ink than the Exxon Valdez did crude oil.

See what I mean?

See what I mean?

In other news, sitting through PowerPoint presentations causes stupidity; swearing makes you feel better; cats boss their owners around; and teevee commercials suck and are not funny, even –especially — when they try to be.

I’m Ric Romero…and that’s the way it is.

For the benefit of non-English majors, an explanation of the post title can be found here. Also, re. teevee commercials — congradulations, now you’ll never have to read Don DeLillo’s White Noise.


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