Halloween Politics 1 of 3

Posted: October 29, 2015 in Paul Ryan, U.S. House of Representatives
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This is the first of a series of three …. Halloween Politics ………. really, it isn’t any crazier and spookier than Washington, D.C. on a “normal” day.


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  1. I’m assuming Ryan took Rolling Stone’s quiz for the new speaker and passed it: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/quiz-are-you-qualified-to-take-john-boehners-job-20151020?page=2

    Suffering from Aspergers Disorder is an unconditional requirement for any Republican leadership position – but Rolling Stone omits this.

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  2. Genie says:

    I’m wondering if its right brain or left brain? I mean, it’s one or the other, unless your book says there is another part of the brain? or is it right and left wing politics/birds? idk, I’m confused, the spinning woman is too much to take in with your spooky Halloween!

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    • tubularsock says:

      You know when it comes to politics there is always to be found a spinning woman. Ever wonder why that is?

      In the 47th chapter page 6003 of Spooky Geometry you will find your answer asked by you above. Do not limit yourself to left brain/ right brain when you are dealing with Republicans and Democrats. The area you must study is NO BRAIN.

      Thanks for your comment. Learning in an on going process don’t you know.

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      • Genie says:

        Ah, yes, that’s it: No Brain.

        Now I must read your book!

        They learn that from the loggers, ya know, but I bet that’s in your book too. 😉

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      • tubularsock says:

        You are so correct, Genie. There is an entire section on Wood Pulpolgy. You just must buy a copy of Spooky Geometry for your own betterment. Tubularsock currently is translating it into backward Mandarin Chinese by which you need to use a mirror to read it.

        An old spy trick …………..


  3. “really, it isn’t any crazier and spookier than Washington, D.C. on a “normal” day.”
    Tubularsock, Normal day? In Washington D.C.? Maybe if you overlook it from Oakland … from your bunker … Otherwise, “normal” seems like a stretch. Or maybe that’s just me. BTW, scary is when the masks are off and they’re still heartless and ugly. Which is normal, I suppose. Thanks for all the nightmares! – Linda

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