Skip to comments.Obama's #BigBlockOfCheeseDay: A Totally Processed Cheese Food Product
Posted on 01/30/2014 8:56:32 AM PST by NOBO2012
I hope you took advantage of yesterdays West Wing #BigBlockOfCheeseDay.
Everyone around here sure did.
Cheesehead Czars and staff hard at work answering Twitter questions on #BigBlockOfCheeseDay
We got lots of good questions tweeted to us:
So I guess if you pay a guy$10.10/hr to drop fries at McDonalds hell make those fries cook faster.
Yep, those look golden, brown and delicious to me! Serve em up Jose!
How funny is it that? Secretary Foxx is working on paths for wolves to cross the road? Theres a fox-in-the-hen-house joke in there somewhere. Or at least a quip about sheep in wolves clothing, no?
Besides, we already have wolf crossings theyre called wildlife overpasses
h/t Nature Adapts by DougM @ Sondrakistan
Then Jay-Jay weighed in, hysterically, on his caffeine habit and how he takes personal responsibility:
Staffers pay for their own coffee? Since when!? Should I expect a bill?
Then we got a question regarding the young people of America:
Uh, I hate to correct Val-Jar, butt Ann@ratherbeskiing asked how do we inspire young people to work in govt. We already know that government workers know how to have fun:
GSA Official in Vegas, baby! And later, taking the Fifth.
And some people enjoyed the #BigBlockOfCheeseDay so much, theyd like to see it incorporated into our public propaganda system:
So we wrapped up our first, historic #BigBlockOfCheeseDay by unveiling this portrait in Cheetos of Big Guy,
Cheetos artist Jason Baalman poses with his most famous Cheesehead portrait
Im looking into having this encased behind glass in order to protect it for posterity; you know how dangerous it is to have Cheetos around here.
We officially shut down #BigBlockOfCheeseDay at midnight, declared it a total success, and look forward to doing it again real soon. Because not only did we answer a whole bunch a good questions from you, the little people, butt we invested a lot of money in all these cheese heads and we sure to want to get our moneys worth.
Posted from: Michelle Obamas Mirror
One of my (many) problems is differentiating between satire & parody, and actual Regime activities. It is very difficult with Dear Reader & his minions!
What is interesting is WHY productivity goes up when the minimum wage is raised.
It seems that when they pay more, employers are able to hire better workers who work harder. That means that fewer of them are needed, so the wage bill is about the same. It’s a win-win, right?
Wait, how about those poor dumb guys who have the jobs now?
Are those hashtag questions real? ARE THE ANSWERS REAL?
Time to drain the swamp, kill all the rats.
Also it becomes relatively cheaper to automate rather than hire people. Have one employee working a chopping machine rather than ten cutting by hand.