crunk raconteur: "While my Dad and our entire family are thrilled that momentum is on our side, we know that change happens fast in campaigns and you can never rest on your laurels. At this critical time, we need all the support we can get to ride the “Mitt-mentum” all the way to the White House."
crunk raconteur: um...didn't anybody tell this douche that the construction "(candiates first name)-mentum" doesn't exactly have a large track record of success?
flop: Yeah, but remember Abe-mentum in 1864?
crunk raconteur: right, but Adlai-mentum didn't go so smoothly in 1956
flop: Estes-mentum was a sleeping giant that, alas never roused itself.
flop: Remember the heady times of Rutherford B.-mentum?
crunk raconteur: and let's not dwell on the disaster of 1984's Fritz-mentum.
flop: Fritzmentum! It sounds like the 112th element. Remember how Grover-mentum II: 24 Skiddoo was an even bigger hit than the original Grover-mentum?
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Why my friends and I are easily distracted
Because one snarky post on a political blog about the inadvertent self-parody that came from an article in The Washington Post about the Romney brothers' blog can turn into the following IM exchange (some editing for clarity and to make myself sound cooler than I am has taken place):