Tom Hanks to Play Gay Republican Stuck at White House in ‘Terminal 2’

Washington, D.C. — In Terminal (2004), Tom Hanks starred as Viktor Navorski, an international traveller stuck in the JFK Airport terminal after arriving from his politically unstable, war-torn country of Krakozhia. Unforeseen circumstances cause Viktor to be detained at the airport for 9 months, which is short if you’ve ever tried to fly American Airlines.Continue reading “Tom Hanks to Play Gay Republican Stuck at White House in ‘Terminal 2’”

Thoughts about Harris/Biden victory speeches

I’ll start this post off by saying it is my intention to always refer to the Democrat executive duo as Harris/Biden (listing Harris first) because most of America can see the writing on the wall: If elected, it’s only a matter of time until Kamala Harris becomes President. And I’m not saying it’ll be inContinue reading “Thoughts about Harris/Biden victory speeches”

Contrary to popular belief, no politician can ever save us

I was working on a different post (my favorite U2 songs) and started writing about “Where the Streets Have No Name.” As I wrote, and then watched U2’s Super Bowl halftime performance I was flooded with thoughts. I’m trying to write them down now but mostly I can’t shake the thought that no politician, noContinue reading “Contrary to popular belief, no politician can ever save us”

Nominee For Vice President Encourages All Supporters To Buy Identical Converse Sneakers

Oakland, CA — While the Democrat nominee for President has been having small gatherings with cardboard cutouts, the nominee for Vice President made a splash on social media, campaigning across the country in a sporty pair of black and white Converse All Stars. Commonly known as Chuck Taylors, or Chucks, the shoes worn by theContinue reading “Nominee For Vice President Encourages All Supporters To Buy Identical Converse Sneakers”

A reaction to the first Presidential debate

There’s a reason politics aren’t mentioned in the lyrics of “America the Beautiful” because what we watched last night was not beautiful. Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden had the opportunity to lay out a vision for what they wanted the next four years to look like and all they could do is bash oneContinue reading “A reaction to the first Presidential debate”