Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The alleged crisis

You know, there have been some interesting observations over the past week about the current "crisis." As I look and listen to the things going on and being said around me, I have decided a few things. First, if I hear the words "wall street" and "main street" in the same sentence again, I am going to go 'britney' on all y'all. It's not that clever, stop saying it.

Second, I only know of two people who have lost their houses because of bad mortgages and it wasn't because of  anything Wall Street did. It was more the fault of voodoo and porn, and being a sociopath. (it's personal, I don't want to get into it)

I think this SNL clip speaks volumes. You won't see it on the show, the sketch got pulled. I found it here. If there is anything I've learned in my long and flawless life, it's that there are three types of people you can never, never, never make fun of. 
   1. Liberals
   2. Stay at home moms with unoriginal syrup-y blogs
   3. Me


Anonymous said...

are not #2 and #3 the same person?

Jess said...

If you replace the "yrup" with "hit," they are.

The Galan Family said...

Wow, I can't believe some people are still checking out your blog and can't LET IT GO! I totally agree with the whole political and economic hoopla. It is so annoying. Loved that SNL clip. Why was that sketch pulled? It was hilarious. NBC is so biased.

MandoRama said...

Agreed. The Wall Street/Main Street phrase is so trite. As is "reaching across the aisle." Tell ya what, I'm gonna reach across the aisle and start strangling people soon. Is it Nov. 4 yet?

P.S. - Hey Jess, the word is "SHITTY" Give me a break, woman. If you're going to go to the trouble of insulting someone, do it for real.

Ashby said...

They can dish it out, but they can't take the heat. That skit was HI-larious! Thanks for sharing!