Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Stupidity is Served

Megan turned 126 today. Here's what she has to say:

Today's my birthday, so I spent the evening at dinner with loved ones, rather than watching television like the rest of you
Titter! Modern American culture features a lot of TV watching. Titter.
This did give me some time to poll a representative sample of the non-wonketariat.
And by representative you mean statistically insignificant? Also, does this imply that you have friends who aren't policy wonks? Man, I envy the fuck out of your life, Megan.
My mother, whom I have dubbed The Swing Voter because her vote has correctly called every presidential election since I was sentient, has announced that if Hillary is the nominee, she's voting Republican--regardless of who the Republican is.
... and thus it is proven that Clinton Derangement Syndrome is a genetic disorder.
Meanwhile, the gay Republican vote is apparently going for McCain, with a margin of error of 100%.
Tee-hee. I just outed my brother. Tee-hee.

3 comments:

David said...

Or her father. It might explain a few things....

spencer said...

Today's my birthday, so I spent the evening at dinner with loved ones, rather than watching television like the rest of you

Boy, she just can't resist trumpeting her own (perceived) superiority, can she?

And while it may be my imagination (since my doctor has forbidden prolonged direct exposure to McMoron's site), doesn't she write about TV a bit more frequently than one might expect a real "econoblogger" to do?

What an arrogant fuckwit.

Clever Pseudonym said...

Spencer,
I was thinking the same thing. I wasn't watching TV last night. Or the night before. And I was actually doing something a lot more exciting than having dinner with my mom.