Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Paul's Doric and Ionic columns were widely syndicated in early Christian-Era newspapers, but he bought and destroyed most copies after the commercial success of 1 Corinthians and 2 Corinthians, and now they are only available as bootlegs

Emperor's New Toupée
Donald Trump is open to new ideas on the staging of his acceptance of the Republican Party Presidential nomination at the coming Republican convention, like keeping party members and politicians off the stage, on account of their lingering loser-smell.
We’re going to do it a little different, if it’s O.K. I’m thinking about getting some of the great sports people who like me a lot. We may call it 'The Winners' evening.
The important thing is to avoid columns. For it was the presence of a styrofoam colonnade at the Democratic convention in 2008 that tipped off right-wing common taters to B. H. Obama's hitherto-unsuspected narcissism, hubristic imperialism, and indeed Satanism.
Those same critics are on the qui vive and would undoubtedly condemn any trace of vulgarity or pomposity or overweening ambition in the Trump nomination.

Fortunately here is Riddled to offer tasteful suggestions on DOIN IT RITE.

I myself have nothing against colonnades. What else is one to make when life gives one colons?


Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

I think a Daliesque meltscape is the way to go. Trump looks kinda melted and surrealistic...

Yastreblyansky said...

Brilliant. Donald. Certainly a case of making lemonade out of colons. If your spectacle is so disgraceful that even the leaders of the Republican Party refuse to come, explain that you didn't want them anyway and it was your idea to have Mike Tyson on the dais instead.

rhwombat said...

Y: 'ear-'ear!