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:: posted by buermann @ 2008-10-09 15:05:53 CST | link

      He's arguably the least of the remaining lesser evils. But have you considered Vermin Supreme?

    posted by Zomg @ 2008-10-10 00:36:00 | link

      Vermin Supreme makes a joke out of the serious and credible candidacy of J. J. Polachek.

      It is a dishonorable and distinguished disgrace to this venerable and tatterdemalion Democracy, the United States of America, for a nominee to the highest office in the land to go about wearing a boot on his head and littering our great waves of amber grain with dental floss sea to shining sea. What we need now, more than we have ever Needed, is a Truant and Unemplaceable Man in the Oval Office. A Man capable of leaving the phone dangling by the cord. A Man who can be trusted to leave the iron off. That man, my friends, is J. J. Polachek, the next President of the United States!

    posted by buermann @ 2008-10-10 01:22:50 | link

      With his running mate, Unknown. The Great Unknown is renowned for Her unimpeccable taste in low heels, hugging gear, and solvency law. Hear hear, for the Great Unknown! Anyone with two good ears better listen!

    posted by buermann @ 2008-10-10 01:31:47 | link

      Don't get me wrong! I'm no doctrinaire partisan. If a vote for Polachek is good for America, then gosh darn it by heck by golly by gee willikers by katie bar that door it's good enough for me.

    posted by Zomg @ 2008-10-10 21:39:00 | link

      So I know John Polachek. He used to frequent a guitar shop in the andersonville neighborhood. He has his music up on the web. Google his name and you'll find it. I must emphasize that I am not kidding. This man honestly ran for President, and I voted for him thinking it was someone else and not the John Polachek I knew of. Really weird guy apparently.

    posted by jeicwanee @ 2009-09-20 01:18:13 | link

    go ahead, express that vague notion

    your turing test:

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