Contrary

Siphon

Every time you read a story about the Gulf oil spill and they use the word “siphon” ignore it. The writer has no idea what is going on. The writer is reporting from an air conditioned office somewhere in a city. He’s probably tired from the late night partying and hasn’t come down from the cocaine high he carefully cultivates.

The writer has obviously watched too many episodes of Dallas. He can’t shake the image of J. R. Ewing and his sneaky ethics. The writer never for a moment considers that Dallas was fiction, a soap opera for weeping liberals.

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May 27, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

1 Comment »

  1. I did a science project on siphons in the fourth grade. It was cool. Won a blue ribbon.

    Comment by reddog | May 28, 2010 | Reply


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