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Dept. of Homeland Stupidity to play again in Super Bowl this weekend

How many American clowns does it take to screw on a light bulb? Heck, I don’t know, but I do know part of the answer to how many police/military agencies it takes to play Homeland Stupidity at the Super Bowl this weekend!

I’ve been making up some stuff recently but this one is for real. According to the US Customs and Border Protection, they will be one of 30 federal agencies there, but they did not state the number of state and local uniformed clowns that will show up. We can only guess? No naked breasts this year though, so you might want to rent a tape in that Department, or you women/ your women will just be watching the tight ends.

6 thoughts on “Dept. of Homeland Stupidity to play again in Super Bowl this weekend

  1. How many does it take to screw in a light bulb… hmmmm… Hey I know this one pick me pick me…

    only 2 but they have to be really small, exceptionally limber and the light bulb has to be HUGE!!

  2. Tony, don’t you think urbanization and the lack of diversified media is responsible for stupifying citizens by exagerrations of safety and danger – whether it’s the advent of the crosswalk or the advent of Gilligan’s Island? I don’t think this is exclusive to the U.S., just the nature of congregating.

    I loathe the Homeland Security program for a multitude of reasons such as building false trust in congregating, paranoia in communication, and to being a waste of funding for other blatently needy programs.

    I’ve long wondered if Infantile Messages dupe humans. Some fall under them, other people see them as inspiration to climb over.
    Beyond the armed forces involved in your news snippet, I could easily characterize the ball toss of the event itself as frivolous. Yet the Olympics are humbling, as they do provide some idealism towards concepts of human connectivity.

    A mother always sees a sharp stick and explains eyes are vulnerable.

    You’re a watch dog. Probably more informed than I am in Political arenas. I’m glad you are here. For my simple-ton concepts of Democracy.

    I once quipped that the world is more likely to be unified by the via fart jokes on the internet first, and then the politicians will follow. It’s still a possibility.

    Ben Franklin wrote a satire once called Fart Proudly. It suggested that patriotism would be greatly enhanced if citizens learned to fart speakers off stage as policy or the government started taxing methane. I choose not to tax the methane.

    Humor isn’t just cope, it’s hope. I’m not bothered by clowns nor sheep. It’s the wind direction that’s ominous. When the sails seem a little empty, I blow hard. Maybe try some swimming too.

    I LOVED the infamous Bill O’Reilly – Jon Stewart debate no matter how dated the joke. Stewart charged journalism for failing a job. O’Reilly countered Stewart is the same “traitor”. Stewart (rightfully) blew his top. “What?! Elect another clown to office?! Sir, you have our jobs confused!”

    Mistakes will be made. I won’t die a patriot like Jefferson. If the growing fervor of Nationalists demand an epitaph, I will plea mine as a very meagor dose of Red Wit and Blew yet still request burial where winds are free.

  3. I think we are even stupider as a society now in the US, than anywhere else has been in historical times. I blame it on market research and advertising, which is now a science that did not exist until the fairly recent past. That allows our corporations to scientifically program the majority of us peons to be as stupid as we can be, to paraphrase a military recruitment slogan.

    No child left behind by the bombardment of scientifically constructed propaganda.

  4. Maybe one of the players will have a mockup of those Boston LiteBrite creations on his jersey or team towel. Or have a marching band do a HUGE mockup with colored cards of it.

    I’m going to watch the Puppy Bowl III with the Kitty half time show and the Tail- gate party.

    In the puppy bowl they actually have a foul prescribed for dribbling.

  5. and there’s a possibility, however slim, that a tornado will hit the stadium…

    Wonder what the Super Cops will do, make like Pecos Bill and ride the thing?

    Try to swarm it, wrestle it to the ground and handcuff it?

    At the Super Bowl, of course, I have no interest in seeing puppies and kittens hit by a tornado.

    For those who don’t know the Pecos Bill reference, well, you really ain’t missin’ much of anything.

  6. Results in. Michael Chertoff’s team won, Osama’s team zero, US tax payers’ team $5,000,000 dollars, but I lost actual count. Actually, the Dolts won.

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