Jacko, Wacko's, and Taxes

I’ve been offline at home for quite some time due to an ongoing battle with Comcast, which explains the reason my blogging habits have decreased in recent weeks. The good news is that I have some funny stuff to comment on today.

I hate to post about this, but I the shear idiocity of it all demands my attention. Michael Jackson is in the news again. Some of the things this guy says just amazes me. In one quote he talks about his desire to have kids.

Rowe agreed to have his children because “she wanted to do that for me as a present,” Jackson said, adding that before he became a father, he wanted children so badly that he carried around a baby doll.

A baby doll? Are you kidding me? This guy needs to be committed ASAP. Another quote, which is just off the charts, is in regards to his ongoing plastic surgery saga.

He insisted that the only cosmetic work he has undergone were two operations on his nose to help him breathe and sing better. Asked about his changing appearance through the years, Jackson said, “I changed. People change.”

Gray hair, loss of hair, wrinkles are how people change. Skin pigmentation, chins, noses, and eyes don’t. How do you go from this to looking like this. Crazy idiot.

In other wacko related news I was walking out of Taco Bell today and saw a large group of about 20 young adults walking towards the drive through window. They were all well dressed in suits, dresses, etc. Nothing odd about this, except two things: A man and woman where each holding one hand of a small doll as parents would with a young child and they were all walking somberly towards the drive through. It looked like a cult. Needless to say I ran in the other direction.

The good news today is that I got my taxes all done. I did the rapid refund option from H & R Block and picked up the check today. Nothing like the government paying ME money for a change.

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