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“The first video of the fake Osama could be one of his typical wandering diatribes against capitalism and infidels and blah, blah, blah. Once the public, especially the terrorist cells with no direct contact back to the base cave, start to believe heâ€™s real, you can begin to sprinkle in new topics and nudge the terrorists in whatever direction you like. Remember, thereâ€™s no such thing as a story too ridiculous when youâ€™re talking about people who believe suicide is a good way to get laid.”
I wonder if such a fake Osama would also be able to fool the american public…
… but I can’t stop quoting Scott Adams, the guy’s too good to be true:
“If a guy shows up for a job interview and tells you his religion requires him to wear a stuffed rhino penis as a hat, you can show him the door. But if he says his prophet walked on water, or rode to heaven on a flying horse, you slap a name tag on his cubicle and hope for the best. If he thinks he might have reincarnated from a caterpillar, sign him up. If he says heâ€™s wearing special underpants to ward off evil, put him on the fast track.”
I so totally subscribe to Scott’s view of the world:
“Now donâ€™t get me wrong â€“ thereâ€™s a 100% chance that the voting machines will get hacked and all future elections will be rigged. But that doesnâ€™t mean weâ€™ll get a worse government. It probably means that the choice of the next American president will be taken out of the hands of deep-pocket, autofellating, corporate shitbags and put it into the hands of some teenager in Finland. How is that not an improvement?
Is it too late to start selling bumper stickers that say â€œI think I votedâ€?”
Hmmm, haven’t seen this one on TV yet:
There’s a strange kind of logic to that….