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9/10: Geography Isn't Eazy

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8:30 p.m.


• Here's something really sad to learn about me. When I first heard this song, I thought for quite some time that Compton was in Michigan. (0:25)



Actually, that's not the half of it. I almost failed 8th grade. In order to pass that year I had to take two summer school classes at my school plus a mail-order class. But hey, at least I was able to beat Ghouls 'n Ghosts on the Sega Genesis that year.


• As much as I'm trying to keep this from being All-Palidin All-The-Time, this is getting silly.


Chris Matthews, on Monday night's Hardball, speculated that Republicans were playing the race card when they made fun of Barack Obama's experience as a community organizer, even going as far to say they're using the phrase like a "bullwhip." In a segment with NBC's Chuck Todd and pollster Stuart Rothenberg, Matthews suspiciously noted that Republicans like Sarah Palin and Rudy Giuliani, at last week's GOP convention, were "giggling" over the "community organizer" title as he pondered: "Is this the new 'welfare queen?'"


• There is justice in this world. Long story short: The much-talked-about welfare brood with the two test-tube kids was trying to add a third beaker into the bunch. Sadly, the turkey basting didn't take and now the matriarch of this bunch called the better half last night for some solace. This is funny to me, considering when Mrs. kkk suffered a miscarriage, this welfare queen said, among other things, "Well you can have one of mine; they're driving me CrAzY~!"


But the "justice" isn't with a family that can't take care of themselves failing at adding another mouth to feed.


The justice is that during this conversation Mrs. kkk learned that the State is no longer paying for their kids' health care? Why is that? Because the toothless Mexican can get health insurance through his job as a janitor. OH NOES! Having to take PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY!

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When I was in middle school, there were a couple of times,(7th and 8th grade), were I thought I was going to have to go to summer school, as I had failed/come close to failing a couple of subjects. Luckily I still somehow passed each grade.(Probably beacuse my teachers didn't want to spend another year with me. Can't blame 'em.)

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