As some of you are aware, I'm immensely interested in the Web 2.0 commentaries that follow many posts & news stories, often finding them more interesting - or, at least, amusing - than the original posts.
"Oh, yes, I'm going to be absolutely spell-bound, hanging on her every word of wisdom in this matter.
On the other hand, given that my back is killing me, I may just find some appropriate snack food and lie down on the couch, passing gas whenever a pause in her delivery allows me to express my heartfelt opinion of her take on foreign relations..."
"What will Palin say?
I'm not sure but it ought to be a good bet that whatever comes from her mouth tonight on the issue of Egypt will be utterly devoid of facts and comically off on basic history."
"I have been gone too long. I miss deep thoughts of Snowflake Snooki [ a.k.a "Bible Spice" and "Caribou Barbie"]on the Egypt crisis being brought up for debate.
This is real heavy stuff here. Next, can we get a thread going on about what Justin Bieber thinks of the IMF's role in creating systemic debt in developing nations through it's embrace of austerity budgets?"