Wednesday, November 16, 2016

A reason not to buy the Apple watch

The most famous and least popular app in the future for the Apple Watch is something you don't want but will have anyway. Not that it will do you any good, to protest or otherwise because the app will do you no good, no good at all.
I'm talking about the iTruth, an app that will use the Apple watch's health features, like monitoring heart beat etc, etc, to see if you are telling the truth. Also known as the iTorture, the app will monitor your vitals and like old polygraphs of day by gone. Think of it, the Apple watch will tell you whether your significant other whether you are lying.
Should you buy it? Depends on who is wearing it.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Top 10 Trump voter excuses in 2020

Top 10 excuses Trump voters will give after America crashes and burn.

10. What problems? America is great again. Sorry, I'm off to pick up my pre-employement check.
9. I had to because all that Healthcare and Economy was choking us. 
8. I really believed that he respected women.
7. This is exactly what we expected for someone who isn't tainted with Washington political experience.
6. You didn't tell me Medicare and Medicaid was government healthcare.
5. I was so moved by Meliana's speech
4. I just voted for Republican.
3. He sounded so honest. At least he was honest.
2. I voted for Pence.
1. I'm an idiot. Why did you let me vote?

Bonus..
0. A lot more of you were supposed to vote for Clinton.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Voting for Trump is like voting for Brexit. Only that Trump voters want to exit from is reality.

Americans are famous for being ignorant about other countries. Even the smart ones. Some of them don't know what a Great Britain is. Great Britain had created a huge crap called Brexit. To recap, Great Britain's Prime Minister put to vote, that is he asked the people, to decide whether to remain in the European Union or get out. There was no real reason for him to do so. And it seemed that the logical choice was to remain in the EU. He just didn't count on two idiots who loved the sound of their own voices, to use their voices to scream lies about the benefits of leaving the EU. Sweet sounding lies, but really good lies.
It's the same with Trump. He lies all the time. He tells it like he thinks it is. It may not be true but it's honestly what he thinks. He may even think it's true. Like the people who warned Columbus. They honestly were worried for his safety at the edge of the earth.
The Republicans, with the exception of Sen. McCain, have sold their 'values' to Trump. For what price? Strangely enough, it's what you and me sell ourselves for regularly, our jobs.  These are career politicians. Getting elected means getting the next paycheck. Stand next to Trump? No problem.
On the other side, Clinton was aiming for history, at the cost of everything else. She didn't care about anything else. She didn't care if she ended up burning the world to get it. She was willing to burn.. well, Burney.
Coming back to Great Britain and Brexit. Like the US election, people voted with their hearts instead of their head and woke up the next day with a headache. Even Bush, the previous lowest standard, said he won't vote for Trump. But many people want so much to believe they are right, they don't care if they are wrong, they don't care about reality. Exactly like Trump.
Well, you reap what you sow.

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