Monday, February 12, 2007

Snow Day -- by J.O.B.

1) When does the point come where someone points out that Barack Obama is not Black? I'm sorry, but he will not be the first Black president. Not because he won't win, although he won't, but because he isn't "Black." He may be the first president with the amount of Black heritage he has, but if your mother is White, you're not Black. I mean, it's good to see that he's trying to land completely on one side of something, but I'm looking for something more substantial than race, thank you.

2) Going to the Auto Show yesterday reminded me why I usually go by myself. I went with friends and the hang up is completely on my part of the situation. I'm just so retarded about cars that I want to look, touch and sit in everything, regardless of who makes it. My friends definitely moved at a brisker pace. Looks like I'll be making another trip to satisfy my car show lust.

3) I'm currently trying to figure out what footage of snow fall is enough for my boss to tell us to go home early. Like every other day I'm here, I don't want to be here.

4) Everyone should see Facing The Giants. The acting itself is so-so, but the message of the movie is amazing. I cried manly tears at the end.


AngryWhiteMan said...

Barrack's dad is Kenyan and isn't an American citizen. Why is it that Black people "claim" anyone they want?!

Brown Buddy said...

you cried manly tears? So...instead of actual tears, was it a mixture of mercury and gin? Now that's manly

jnicho5 said...

That's hilarious. And don't forget hair. Manly tears have to be hairy as hell.

J.ust O.ver B.roke said...

My tears melted through the carpet and lit the basement on fire. Luckily the basement has a drain in the center ('natch) and as the mercury slid down, the fire went out.

J.ust O.ver B.roke said...

What does being Black have to do with being American? I know it's probably just a result of your admitted communication lameness, but I'm pretty sure Kenyan's are definitely Black.