Thursday, August 12, 2010


I.. duh..yo..yeah...
if you're a moron you probably voted for Arnold Schwarzzzzzennnnneggggger..twice..if you're a moron you probably think Sylvester "yo" Stallone is a good actor, and if you're a moron, you'll probably stand in line to watch "Die Hard 29 " with Bruce, I can't see a sliver of talent in any of these guys, maybe Willis in the early days, but nowadays they are the conservative trio in Hollywood, pumping out "action films" where the main plot is to go get some dark skinned terrorists or dictators and blow things up like a bunch of morons..well, at least they know their audience....
while Arnold was acting as Governor of our now OVER -CAUTIOUS California, he allowed the deficit to climb because he cautiously protected the rich and spent his days running around with boytoy Rob Lowe, posing for glossy pictures, trying to market this great other words, California is so strong it can survive two terms of this knucklehead...I'm starting to think that all the fussy expensive highway landscaping projects in Carp are his doing....he can pay CALTRANS to pay a subcontractor to install all this important landscaping overkill, but he can't pay state workers??
boy, if I ever see him walking down Linden Ave, there's gonna be trouble...T-R-O-U-B-L-E as in knuckle samwich!! I will terminate the Terminator!!
Now, while state workers are being dicked with by a guy who has no idea how to lead, they are blessed with Fridays off. California state employees are the ones feeling expendable.....webchatter: They are planning on using their mandated furlough day Friday to protest at theaters across the state showing the movie The Expendables. The action-adventure flick with an all-star cast features a rare cameo by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Last month the governor reinstituted "furlough Fridays," meaning all state offices will be closed three Fridays a month, and workers won't be paid for those days. Their first furlough day is probably Friday, opening day of the movie..Schwarzenegger took some hard questions about when the furloughs will stop and what he is doing to make sacrifices."I make certain sacrifices. I'm working for seven years without getting any salary. My salary, I never receive, I just give it back to the state because that's not why I'm in this job," he said in a transcript provided by the Sacramento Bee. "So that's why I feel, you know, that the least thing I can do is work for seven years and not think about my movie career or the $30 million a movie and all of those kinds of things. "But forget that. I've made enough money because of California and because of America. So let's go and do something." The movie, which opens Friday, is directed by Sylvester Stallone, who also has a role in the film. Other stars include Bruce Willis, Jet Li, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Mickey Rourke, Steve Austin, Randy Couture, Giselle Itie and Eric Roberts.The movie plot is about how an elite team of mercenaries known as "the Expendables" overthrow a dictator in a fictional South American country.
so if you're standing in line with your pals, paying the allowance money mommy and daddy gave you to see this movie, remember this: why did 18 morons go to a movie? because under 18 was not allowed..

1 comment:

Is there a yacht in this flick? said...

Oops! Now I understand. When I first saw the photo of Rob Lowe, and the title "The Expendables," I thought maybe Wendy McCaw had finally done a movie airing her version of the News-Press Nightmare. Guess not.