Saturday, October 25, 2014

Dumb and Dumber Rolled into One



So who creates jobs? All of my jobs have been from companies.

Monday, October 20, 2014

No Rush---Take Your Time

The Face of Competence
We are saved! President BO (the amateur president) had appointed Ron Klain as the new Ebola Czar. He chose to appoint a political hack to that position so he could control what is and is not done. WOW! We are in good shape now? He picked a man who "knows how to organize and get hings done promptly." 

To get off to a really good start, PBO (tap) held a meeting. His purpose was to bring everybody up to speed as to how to respond to the Ebola crisis. Ron Klain didn't show up for the meeting. There is talk from the administration that he might not actually take office for a month or two. 

But no worries. Ebola isn't really that bad. An epidemic can't happen. In fact, as PBO (tap) told us, it is unlikely that Ebola will even make it to the U.S., and if it does, we know how to contain it and no one else is in danger of contracting it.

Besides, with the possibility of only a little over 2,000,000 cases after 30 transmissions of the virus, who is worried? Certainly not the administration.

Certainly not Ron Klain.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Double Trouble

Would you work for a company that paid you $0.01 on your first day of work and doubled your pay every day thereafter?

You'd be a fool not to.

On the last day of the 30 days of work you would be paid $2,685,354.56.

So, substitute Ebola patients for the penny. If each one infects just two other persons, in 30 sets of transmissions you would have 2,685,354 cases of Ebola. On the 31st set of transmission you would have 5,368,709 cases.

Do you understand why it is spreading so quickly in West Africa?

Do you understand why it is so important to prevent Ebola from establishing itself in the United States by ANY means possible?

Thursday, October 16, 2014

The Answer to Ebola

It is not that hard. First lead the U.N. to outlaw border restrictions world-wide. Then just divide the people with active Ebola into enough groups to send them to every country.

Eventually, millions of people will get the disease. Most will die. Some will develop immune systems capable of fighting off the disease.

Voila! Many problems solved. Ebola will disappear, the population will be reduced, the effect of humans on climate change will be mitigated, there will be plenty of food to feed everybody and there will be no housing shortage.

Maybe you can think of some other benefits of this course of action.

It's just common sense.

Isn't it?

Monday, October 13, 2014