Friday, May 16, 2008

Environ-wackos: "Good day sunshine"

Paul McCartney has single-handidly hastened the globe's slide into a fiery oblivion.

Proof that drug use has long lasting and devastating effects:
The former Beatle has long been an outspoken advocate of environmental causes and animal rights. He is a vegetarian who won't even wear leather shoes. But now he's being criticized for having a hybrid Japanese car flown to him in Britain rather than having it sent by ship...But environmentalists quickly pointed out that the use of a cargo plane to deliver the car to England completely offset any environmental gains resulting from the car's use.


Apparently, the cargo plain uses fuel equivalent to driving the car 300 times around the world. Environmentalists are angry that the car wasn't put on a boat. Last I knew, boats used fuel also. Unless they meant that the car should be sent from Japan on a canoe.

Hey Paulie! If we are going to burn to a crisp because of this cargo plane mishap, you might as well cheer up and sing!

I need to laugh, and when the sun is out
I've got something I can laugh about
I feel good, in a special way
I'm in love and it's a sunny day

Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine

(Beatle tune from '66)



Chris Farley: you remember when you were with The Beatles, and you were supposed to be dead, and, uh, there was all these clues, that, like, uh, you played some song backwards, and it'd say, like, "Paul Is Dead", and, uh, everyone thought that you were dead? That was, um, a hoax, right?

Paul McCartney: Yeah. I wasn't really dead.


Hey! Is that Al Gore in a hippy wig walking out of step in the above photo? I think someone's playing another hoax on us, and it isn't "awesome". McCartney is apparently already running on a full tank of B.S. That explains the funny smell from the tailpipe of his $158,000 Lexus.

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