A simple man…

Netflix reviews

The ever-helpful reviews of Netflix movies.

While they’re certainly a step up from YouTube comments… it’s not by much. I generally don’t have high expectations for movies, but I need a little more than the “simple man” in the screenshot above.

Scary voicemail #2

Back in 2014, I shared a voicemail received on my phone that I found absolutely hilarious. The PERSON who left it was comical in his voice inflection, and the message was fairly specific in that I had committed tax fraud and could go to jail. At least the PERSON was polite.

I wish you a good luck, as the situation unfolds on you.

The other day I received another scary sounding voicemail, only this time the con-artists couldn’t even be bothered to have a real human record the voicemail, instead opting for the computer narration above instead.

Your silly government: Chapter 297


“…Did you know that when this president took office, it was illegal for the President to end a tweet with a question mark without a six month approval process from the economists across the street at the “Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.”


“This “corporate policy” is actually a law that makes your government act like this, and it’s nefariously named the “Paperwork Reduction Act.”

Those are just two snippets from The Law Everyone Should Hate.

This is the perfect example why Democrats & Republicans alike need to vote out every standing Congress man/woman in office and get new blood in there all at once—-so stupid laws like this get removed from the books quickly and quietly, and hopefully never get put on the books to begin with. Comical. Offensive. Stupid.

The government wants to keep us safe: A comedy

Computer software and hardware backdoors will allow the Government to keep us safe. That’s what the government wants us to believe.

Uhh, I’ve seen that movie before… it was called:
“TSA agents and metal detectors will keep people from bringing dangerous items on air planes”

The results: A new mother can’t bring 8 ounces of bottled breast milk on a plane, but any jackass can sneak a 5 inch blade or zip gun on a plane with little effort… as long as he is willing to wait in 2 hour security lines at the terminal.

Backdoors in software/hardware won’t keep us safe from anything. All it’s going to do is allow the government to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to create departments and committees that track the companies and back doors and give congress something to bloviate about every election season.