July 21, 2005


Tom Tomorrow...

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At 7/21/2005 4:32 PM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

Was the point of posting that to illustrate how funny Tom Tomorrow is not? Or to point out the strips total lack of meaningful insight? The Illinois Times runs his crap here in Springfield. He makes Garrison Keillor appear to be funny... and, brother, that ain't easy.

At 7/21/2005 4:34 PM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

I will probably go into another slump soon.

The baby is good and soon to be baptisted into my evil dogmatic church so he can learn hate and intolerance the old fashioned way... sitting quietly on his ass on Sunday.

"Man who fart in church sit in his own pew."

At 7/22/2005 6:28 AM, Blogger maybesomeday said...

I think this shows quite accurately what is going on daily at the White House.

At 7/22/2005 10:48 AM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

Based on your frequent visits to the White House?

At 7/22/2005 10:48 AM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

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At 7/22/2005 2:25 PM, Blogger diehard said...

No I would say mabysomeday's comments are based on the terrible condition of our nation.

At 7/22/2005 3:12 PM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

Where is our nation in terrible condition? Are you? I'm good here... so are most people I know. Expound on terrible condition. For the benefit of a blind hater sheep like myself.

At 7/22/2005 6:14 PM, Blogger diehard said...

Our deficit is important. When the goverment has to borrow 2 billion a day to keep operating thats terrible. Oh by the way, its from our good friends the Chinese and the Japanese.
Countries sell a lot more to us than we sell to them. Many of these products used to be made here, maybe by someone you know.
Illegal immigration is at an all time high. But we say that every year. Neither party has the political stomach to address that issue.
George Bush should be impeached for lieing about Iraq. How many families will never recover what they have lost?
And the quality of life is continuing to deteriate for average Americans like your self Senoir Badass even if things are 'good there'.

At 7/22/2005 8:35 PM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

My quality of life is not deteriorating. Nor is it for ANYONE I know. While deficits are not ideal, I wouldn't necessarily say it creates a "terrible condition" that causes me to lie awake at night.

As far as having the Chinese manufacturing my stuff, my first VCR cost me $299.00 in 1989 dollars. The one I have the kid's playroom is of better quality and cost $50.00... current dollars. If I discount back fifteen years for inflation, my VCR probably cost about $20.00.

Gotta clean that playroom real quick, back after bathtime...

At 7/22/2005 9:51 PM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

Alright, room cleaned. Lost my train of thought and forgot it was a study night. Peace out.

At 7/23/2005 8:37 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

We're not going to get anywhere when you're so myopic and narrow-minded as to base your judgement of the state of the country and the world entirely on how you and your pals from the hood are doing.

The passengers on the Titanic were doing just peachy just before they plunged into the sea too.

Your see no evil attitude is typical however of the defenders of this misadministration.

The right has adopted as it's leader Alfred E. Newman. "What, me worry?"

Just keep walking around saying everything is fine, but it sounds like denial of reality to me.

At 7/23/2005 11:17 PM, Blogger SENOR MF BADASS said...

But noone has given anything but very vague macro-trends that support such gloom. In the early nineties, the Japanese were buying everything... it was over... the US had been fitted for the handbasket and started south. In the late seventies, gas got expensive... it was over. Jump out your window now.

Right now, unemployment is relatively low. As one of my employers once told me, "about 4% of the population is unemployable, so 5% unemployment is pretty good."
Many mutual fund and equity managers with history of being right about these things have research indicating that the overall domestic equity market is still about 15-20% undervalued. Things are not bad. I am not some myopic apologist, I am someone who simply knows that you are wrong.
The quality of life is not deteriorating for average Americans, and typing it on a blog doesn't make it so.


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