September 14, 2015

Ten Funny Tweets Derek Re-Tweeted Last Week

Another fun week, another batch of funny tweets!

There was a lot going on this past week, including homophobic religious nutbag Kim Davis being released from jail after five of the six clerks in her Rowan County, Kentucky office began issuing marriage licenses again, including to gay couples. The sixth clerk, Davis' son, still refused to do so.

Davis is back to "work" today, still refusing to issue licenses, although she says she will not stop her clerks from doing so. This presents a few issues, not the least of which is whether licenses issued by her office, but unsigned by her, are legitimate. All this hassle and bullshit because this hateful, classless twat is reading a book that has been misinterpreted and cherry-picked to justify being that way.

Now with pictures!
Also, Rick Perry has dropped out of the vast field of people running for the GOP presidential nomination. Perry, who earlier this year announced his entrance into the race by saying God told him to run, suspended his campaign after the tide of money quickly dried up faster than the vaginas of any unfortunate women who unknowingly Googled "Santorum" without first talking to their more internet-savvy friends.

This is the least offensive image of it I could find.
So now the field is down to something like 184 people running for the GOP nomination. And just think: We've got another year of this to sit through!

Meanwhile, over on the Democratic side, the two people anyone is paying attention to--Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders--are casually sitting by, waiting for the GOP thing to implode while they sip mimosas and try to figure out whether the vice president is going to run.

And over in Twitterland, people continue to make with the funny! So what say we have a look at it, won't we? In no particular order...


And there you have it!

That about wraps it up for me over here. I've got to start editing this week's episode of Here Be Spoilers (we watched The Room) and try to cobble together something interesting for our 50th episode. So get out there and have an awesome week. (Also, if you get a chance, take a look at this post I wrote about last week's movie, The Last Man on Earth, in which I argue that the entire movie took place in the lead character's mind,) And to kick it off, here's a neat little clip that Larry told me about. It's not so much funny as it is mind-bendingly awesome. Dig it.


All the best,
Derek and Bosco