Dec 9, 2008

Feeling a bit random

Have you ever wondered how Superman shaves? This question has probably been visited many times before by fans of comics, but it occurred to me last night. How does he manage to stay so clean shaven? Assuming his hairs are as strong as the rest of him would there be a blade that could actually cut his super scruff? Does he have a diamond edged razor? Actually does he use the Kryptonite Mach 3?

I'm normally a gentle soul who doesn't like to disturb the Innocent. There is one pet peeve of mine though that unleashes the fires of my being and turn me into a vandal of sorts. Whenever I park next to an over sized SUV sitting in a space clearly labeled 'compact' I make no hesitation of swinging my door open and possibly leaving dings in the contraption next to me. Rather than try to do the gentle squeeze out of my roller skate of a car I just feel leaving marks in a gas guzzling behemoth is justified. Does this make me a bad person? Do you honestly think I would care if you said yes?

Am I the only person that thinks John Stewart is no longer funny and hasn't been for a long time? How many times does raising one's fist in the air and screaming 'damn you (insert random person here)' keep people in stitches? Does that nasally Bush imitation really make you want to laugh out loud? Do you feel hip and part of something when giggling at repetitive jokes from the lefts' own comedic savior?

Did we really need another Indiana Jones sequel, the Hills, or most films starring Nicholas Cage? Is there a reason I'm so random this morning?

This folks is how I get when I haven't had my coffee, shot of whiskey.

UPDATE: My friend Alec answered the Superman question:

"In less enlightened times, the best way to impress women was to own a hot car. But women wised up and realized it was better to buy their own hot cars so they wouldn't have to ride around with jerks." - Scott Adams


JLee said...

Great randomness on a Tuesday. :)

Anonymous said...

Jon Stewart is like most comedians. He is only as funny as the people who write his jokes. And like most successful TV shows, the writers get more money and more power to go and do their own shows or projects.

Kelli said...

What they said.

Genie said...

I thought I was the only one who could jump from topic to topic like