Here are some refried morsels that were served up for you this week:
Even Lord Vader is no match for the forks.
The Daily Refried Research Team, armed with clip boards, number two pencils, a dozen rotary phones, and 108 available hours of AOL dial-up internet, conducted an extensive study to determine the electability of Mitt Romney.
The findings were startling to say the least.
Eufemia Guadalupe Munoz, known to her hipster friends as “Bermuda” for no particular reason, pulled off the ultimate upset Sunday night. After a quick deliberation, the panel of this year’s Irony Olympics crowned Eufemia the undisputed Irony Champion of the World.
So, you decide to check out this project Gutenberg everyone’s yapping about. Expecting to find a detailed filmography and analysis of the greatest thespian of all time, you find books. Just lots and lots of books.
How, you ask, do Nebraska GOP lawmakers explain the seemingly glaring contradictions of being staunchly pro-life, fetus-protecting Christians and yet opposing a law that would help provide prenatal care for undocumented women? El Guapo doesn’t know, but he does know it isn’t going over well in the fetus community.
f you are like El Guapo (don’t you wish), recent DREAM Act news has revealed just how absurd this proposed legislation is. Undocumented young people, calling themselves DREAMers have been publicly making waves to lend their support to a cause that would provide them an opportunity to continue their education. If they’re so smart, why aren’t they finding better hiding places.
Madame Curie. Joan of Arc. Rosie the Riveter. Jay-Z and El Guapo get it. Women occasionally do things besides baking, knitting, and/or wearing flimsy swimsuits. Thank goodness that the time for recognizing this is finally behind us for the year. Now to get things back to normal.
Your handsome and humble servant-