12:21 AM: Boobs, PB and J, and Public Campaign Financing

So, I asked for you to comment telling me what to write about, and you did. Here you go. I'm up for more suggestions, if you have any. Comments are always welcome.

At 12:12 AM, Anonymous said…

write about boobs. everyone loves boobs. do this by...wed.

Breasts, especially on women, are for some reason extremely pleasurable to men. Even if they are covered up, the shape of breasts just drive men wild. This mainly stems from the fact that unless you have a girlfriend/wife (assuming you're male), you just don't get to see boobs very often at all, and even if you do have a significant other, most of the day, you only see two humps obscured by cotton, polyester, and all other manner of evil boob-covering fabric. Just like an endangered species, men deify women for their bodies two biggest glands. To be honest, there's nothing too special about boobs. At the end of the day, they're just sacks of fat that serve no purpose until they have a baby, and even then, they're only useful for a few years, and are easily replaced by baby formula. What a waste of space. Boobs are more overrated than Phish. (Powzing!)

At 12:18 AM, Anonymous said…

Write about.........Peanut butter and Jelly.

I don't know what's so special about peanut butter and jelly. I hate that combination, it makes no sense at all, and doesn't even taste good. If you must eat a cold sandwich (which is just weird and sad unless you're on a campout, or homeless), don't ruin the perfectly good peanut butter with jelly. Peanut butter and bananas or peanut butter and chips are much better combinations. I wish that I had more of an opinion on this matter, but it's not something that you have to think about or discuss on a regular basis. You either like the combination or you don't, and I'm definitely don't. Ugh, what are you people thinking?

At 12:19 AM, Anonymous said…

-Public Campaign financing, due yesterday-


I'm no expert on this subject, but I think you're talking about when the government gives everyone a set amount of public funds to campaign with, so more than one candidate will have a chance to become president, and the public isn't swayed by flashy, expensive campaigns from corrupt, power-hungry politicians.

This sounds like a great idea in theory, but the public would never go for it. Why should we give part of our tax money to help some scum bag that we would never vote for get elected? Also, no matter how much money is given to the potential candidates, it would never be enough. And what are the requirements for becoming a candidate that is qualified to receive campaign money? Do you have to document ever expenditure, or are you just given a check to use at your own discretion? This idea sounds nice, but still has a lot of holes in it that need to be fixed. Ask me about this again in 2009, when you've got more political support and a more realistic plan.