lulz. this billy joel reference made me crack up for 5.2 seconds.
ian cohen’s p4k review of CWK’s loyalty to loyalty.
this sentence, while kind of vicious, is great.
Would you board a plane if you found out that the pilot had a heart condition and could go at any time, and although there was a co-pilot, the co-pilot was narcoleptic? I mean, sure, the chances of the pilot having a heart attack in mid-flight are probably very low, and sure, even if the co-pilot HAD to take over, it’s only narcolepsy, so really there’s only a chance that the co-pilot would fall asleep at the wheel… but would you board the plane? Better yet, would you gleefully pay your hard earned money for a ticket onto that plane, and then enthusiastically rush to your seat?
Note: I’m not implying that John McCain has a heart condition or that Sarah Palin is narcoleptic, I’m just, uh, musing out loud about a totally random rhetorical question.