Last Thursday, we embarked on a journey through the Southeast for business purposes and to check up on our kids who live in Kentucky. In case you were wondering, it is as crazy out there as you might imagine if you’re sequestered in your home following events through the news or social media.
Don’t worry; we practiced social distancing…mostly. And there was a lot of hand-washing.
We all know politicians waste money, right? You’ve seen the stories about $640 toilet seats and bridges to nowhere. That kind of stuff enrages me. But it was kind of fun watching a politician waste his own money.
I’m talking about Michael Bloomberg, of course.
Well, it’s campaign season. I hate campaign season.
And this current crop of Democratic hopefuls isn’t doing anything to change my feelings. These people are about as bland as a bag of sawdust. I mean, say what you will about Donald Trump; if nothing else he comes up with some pretty amusing quips.
So, in an effort to spice up campaign season, I thought it would be fun to look back on some of the all-time worst campaign slogans.
The interwebs are a strange place. We can learn about virtually anything with a few keystrokes. We have all kinds of information right at our fingertips.
Unfortunately, a lot of it is utter BS.
For instance, there was a video that went viral that made some people scared of gold.
Psst… It’s Valentine’s Day.
You forgot, didn’t you?
Well, if Valentine’s Day did slip your mind, and you happened to stumble across this post early enough, you’re welcome. Now get out there before it’s too late.
And if it is too late, well, I’m sorry for your pain. Hope the couch is comfy.
This week I went to the SchiffGold office.
Now, you might think, so? I mean, you run the SchiffGold website. What’s the big deal?
Well, it was a big deal because this was the first time I’ve ever actually been to the office. And it’s the first time I’ve met the SchiffGold crew in person.
My stepdad used to grump about everything being made out of plastic. This was a thing with him even way back when I was a little kid. “All these plastic toys… back in my day toys were wood and metal.” It really got under his skin when they started using plastic in tools. He called them “cheap” even when they worked every bit as well as the old, heavy tools of “his day.”
Well, he’d really go ballistic if he were alive today because now they’re making gold out of plastic.
Uh oh! You know something good is coming, right?
Here it is — Florida man refuses to pay for gold-plated steak he didn’t order, Salt Bae calls cops
Have you ever had one of those experiences where you knew something was too good to be true, but you were still disappointed when you found out it really was too good to be true?