Stare Into Space

I Sat Through That? – Deep Impact

Posted on | September 21, 2009 | 1 Comment

No, not Armageddon, the other one.  You know, the one with Morgan Freeman as president.  I wonder did they want to see his birth certificate.  In reality, if Morgan Freeman were president and was trying to save the earth from a catastrophic cosmic impact capable of destroying all life, the streets would be full of protesting Republicans decrying his efforts and calling him green or red or pinko – but not black, never black, they don’t mention the war.  In reality, they’d be doing everything to thwart his efforts to save the planet from its fiery fate and saying things like “Well they tried saving the planet in Europe and I heard that, now, they have to go before a Death Panel if they have a toothache and that they’re forcibly impregnated just so they can be made to have abortions – even the men.  Naw, we don’t want no pinko planet-saving ’round here.”

Fucking morons.

Anyway, enough of contemporary problems.  Relive some misery from ten years ago instead.  Deep Impact.


Gerry Hayes

Gerry Hayes

I mostly sit around all day and drink tea. Occasionally, I write stuff and send it to strangers so they can humiliate me and deride my efforts. Other than the self-harm to dull the shame of failure, it's not a bad life. Like I say, there's tea.

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