Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Tactical Nuke: Wednesday, October 31, 2012

• Today is Halloween. Unless you live in the eastern United States, because most governors and mayors and such have moved Halloween to, like, Friday or something.

  I don't know how that works. I thought Halloween was Halloween, like any holiday is on a certain calendar day. Sure, if they want to tell kids they have to wait a few days to trick-or-treat, then they can do that.

  And face their wrath of course. Tell a kid he or she has to wait two more days to get a bucket full of candy, and see how popular that makes you.

• If you have no electricity because of the big Sandy-storm thing, then have no fear. Obama has setup a website for you on the internets.

  No mention of how people without electricity and most likely without internet access even if they had a backup generator or something are going to be able to see these important tips and whatnot that are on the internet.

• It's kind of like, in a post-apocalyptic world, someone hands you a wad of cash. You know how useful dollar bills would be in a post-apocalyptic world and all.

  About as useful as Obama making a website for people without electricity.

• Everyone knows that in a post-apocalyptic world, the only useful currency are coca-cola bottle caps.

• Obama is set to tour New Jersey, with Governor Chris Christie.

  The real question is how long that can go on before Christie starts yelling at Obama and telling him how much of an idiot and a failure he is.

  The burden is on Christie.

• Carry on.

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