Tuesday, January 20, 2009

A 100% "You Know Who" Free blog today

I woke up a short time ago in a cold sweat and more than a little disoriented. I was thinking, "Something... historic... significant... about... today." I was still a little fuzzy as I shook the cobwebs out of my head. "Why do I feel all strange...?"It was like the answer was just outside my peripheral vision. Two words kept coming to me like a mantra - HOPE & CHANGE, HOPE & CHANGE, HOPE & CHANGE! And as the fog lifted, I realized my problem. My Spiderman pajamas were on backwards! I HOPE I CHANGE out of them! The footies on them are a little constricting!

Yes I'm kidding! Like my wife would let me sleep in Spiderman pajamas. Get real people! What kind of grown man wears footies? It's called satire. A little misdirection. I wanted you to think that I was talking about "He Who Must Not Be Named" today.

Truthfully, I did feel strange when I awoke this morning, but it was only because I had slept with my cheetah-print thong on backwards again. Strap goes in back. Strap goes in back. Some things are impossible to remember.

It did cause me to have a very scary nightmare. It was a cross between an old Twilight Zone episode titled "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" and the significance of today's events.

In the original TV show, William "Captain Denny Crane Kirk" Shatner plays a salesman on a flight home, after having spent 6 months in a sanitarium recovering from a nervous breakdown. He has a window seat on the plane, out of which he sees a gremlin on the wing messing with the engine. Every time he screams and draws other's attention, the gremlin flies out of sight. This goes on and on until the end where Shatner's character saves the plane, but ends up in a straight jacket for his efforts.

In my nightmare, I was the salesman with the window seat, but every time I looked out of my window, instead of a gremlin, I saw that creepy mustached guy from the YouTube video of Sarah Palin's visit to the turkey farm. To my horror, he was jamming a turkey into the engine of the Airbus!


I must have been thinking about the recent water landing into the Hudson by an Airbus that had sucked up a flock of geese. I also must have been dreading the overkill of coverage from all media outlets related to "He Who Must Not Be Named".

So in conclusion, what have we learned?:
* Don't look out the window today. Read a book instead.
* Watch old movies or TV shows for entertainment.
* Strap goes in back.

4 comments:

Linz said...

I really liked that episode! I can't believe I remember that!
Oh, and they make men's panties that just have a waist band and a little sack for your, well, sack...and stuff. Anyway, you can't really put those on backwards, and you don't have to worry about the dreaded skid marks...
(I only know this because my mom's gay friend made this underwear before he died. He was a men's underwear designer.)

Anonymous said...

I was bad last night, Blade. I violated my own self imposed media blackout. I landed on FoxNews for approximately 2 minutes, and saw an interview with a Tuskegee Airman. Having great respect for the Airmen, I stopped. BIG mistake.
This pilot stated on national TV how he was shot down near the end of WW2. The little reporterette asked if he was glad to come home, and he said "No, I was treated better in a POW camp than I was at home" Really ?!? Did above mentioned reporterette ask for reasons why ? Nope. The next question was how he felt when "The One" (who can't be mentioned today) was annointed President elect. Click. I wanna know why it was better in a POW camp in Germany in 1945 than it was in the USA. Was he in Stalag 13? It didn't look like Ivan Dixon (Kinch from Hogans Heroes)Were the Germans Equal Opportunity abusers?
I really wanted that answer. But I didn't get it. Be glad you weren't born Jewish, sir, you probably wouldn't have been around for that interview. I still have great respect for you, Sir, but I humbly disagree.
I must now go back to my self imposed blackout, or as the Soup Nazi (no pun intended) would say "NO NEWS FOR YOU !!!"

Chuck said...

I'm with you, except on the thong bit, I have avoided TV coverage. I have even taken to looking at the news web sites out of the corner of my eye. I don't want to risk having my eyes falling on The One, for I am not worthy.

DaBlade said...

Linz- Thanks for the tip. You do know I was just.... oh nevermind:)

Anonymous- Wow. Compare that to the treatment of Joe The Plumber by the press. Real probing follow up questions on such an incendiary
anti-American statement.

Chuck- I listened to a little bit of Rush at lunch and he was covering the inauguration. As usual, he helps me to laugh at the libs.