What an Odd Production

Joe Biden and Bill Nye, the Science Guy

A few days ago I see Joe Biden and Bill Nye (the science guy?) promoting Joe’s Build Back Better Bill on TV. The contrast of Joe Biden, The Clueless, standing next to Bill Nye, The Science Guy, caught my attention. So, I hit the rewind button on the remote and watched the whole thing. Yuck.

Yes, it’s cheesy. Yes, it’s strange to the point of being oddly silly. Yes, it deserves all the slams and critical humor our dysfunctional mainstream media can muster. But then, I had a BDBE (Bus Driver Brain Eruption).

As an adult, when I think of science guys, names like Einstein, Tesla, Hawking, Asimov, and Greene come to mind. I do not think Bill Nye. If I were a boy of say five or six, yeah—Bill Nye, The Science Guy might be front and center “cuz he’s the coolest,” like Joe’s BBBB.

I concede that it’s hard to watch but … check it out anyway. Why? I’ll tell you after you watch the video. It’s actually somewhat deviant and devious all at the same time.

@billnye

Consider the following… #infrastructure is cool.

♬ original sound – Bill Nye

Is Joe really there or is he PhotoShopped?

Who are they selling this cool Build Back Better Bill to? Most adults don’t think of Bill Nye as a real Science Guy. I doubt that most scientists and college professors do either. I think by the time you get to middle school, Bill Nye is only a science guy to your little brother or sister.

Is the Biden Administration so desperate for a sympathetic ear that it has to target five-year-olds? Isn’t brainwashing the kind of thing child molesters do (the deviant part)? By doing it in front of the whole world using social media (the devious part), doesn’t that border on the absurd?

If Joe had any real self-awareness …. Well, he should be embarrassed. Sadly for us, he’s probably proud.

Biden/Carter 2.0

That 70’s Show

A few days ago I was driving my bus by a gas station and the price on the sign caught my eye, $3.31/gallon*. It was one of those local non-affiliated stations with cheap gas and who-knows-what coming out of the pumps. Their price is consistently cheaper by five to ten cents so I was expecting something in the range of $3.21 based on the price at my station the day before. A few moments later things clicked and I had an RBDBE (random bus driver brain eruption).

I said to myself (because no one else was listening), “Damn, it feels like the Jimmy Carter years.”

Then, yesterday morning Maria Bartiromo had Sen. Ted Cruz on to discuss the Biden spending plans and their inflationary impact. I was snapped out of my morning fog when I heard him make the same Biden/Carter analogy. He began by referencing That 70’s Show because of the title, but then he enumerated all the reasons why it feels like Jimmy Carter 2.0.

He started with skyrocketing double-digit annual inflation. Then he continued with, gas lines, a middle-east crisis, middle-east hostages, America surrendering in Afghanistan, and then he made the point that there’s a cause and effect factor. When you push bad policy and spend trillions upon trillions of dollars, you get Jimmy Carter. It all amounts to a weak America, a world in chaos (the way the communists like it), and massive inflation. I’d add to that, massive Stagflation.

For those of you too young to remember the 70’s, massive inflation is supposed to accompany wage and salary increases. But as the inflationary condition metastasizes, wages and salaries stop rising while prices continue to soar. In the end, everything costs more each time you try to buy it, and you never have enough money to pay for it. So you’re forced to do with less, a lot less.

Today, Joe Biden is going to sign the Infras—I mean the Inflation Bill part -1 into law. Stagflation is on the way. It’s the Jimmy Carter 70’s Show all over again. Mark my words.

What’s worse, the Biden administration is doing this with intention. They want you to pay more for everything including gas, heating fuel, and electricity. It’s part of their climate change plan. All this massive spending is intended to expand government control through inflation. If you have less economic power, you’re more dependent on the government and easier to control. The proof is in the pudding. Watch Jen Psaki smile, tell the truth, and then lie about it.

That 70’s Show with Creepy Joe.

*I know there are those who see the $3.31 price for gas and wonder why I’m complaining. They pay $5-$6.  These are primarily people in the Northeast and the entire pacific coast.

Why do I complain? Perspective (I should be paying about $1.75). Why are you paying $5-$6? It’s your own fault. Elections have consequences. You have governors like Cuomo (resigned) and Newsom (recall). My governor is DeSantis. 

Biden’s Plan B, $1.7 Trillion

Infrastructure Bill

Today, I listened to Joe (LGB) Biden crow about his success with the house vote on his infrastructure bill. And in all fairness, because I believe in giving credit where credit is due, he sounded presidential for the entire—first half of the speech. That should not be taken as a statement of support. I’m simply providing a measure of quality concerning the speech itself. As for content, The White House production was a blatant lie. According to Joe, the bill won’t raise our taxes, cost us a penny, or cause inflation.  At this point, the speech rapidly deteriorated into what you’d expect, non-presidential babble about Trump, covid, and disjointed answers to staged questions.

Before writing this post I decided that I’d try to do a little fact-checking on the internet. I seem to remember that when President Trump conducted an interview or televised speech, the fact-checkers had the results posted within minutes, if not seconds. I figured the same would be true of LGB Biden. But that isn’t the case. Even with all the misleading innuendo and carefully chosen phrases, I knew Biden lied. Still, I couldn’t find any immediate fact-checking to corroborate or contradict the BS he was shoveling. HEY …

Random Bus Driver Brain Eruption (RBDBE):

I just noticed something awfully coincidental; LGB (let’s go Brandon) looks a lot like LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi, transgender) at a glance, and if you’re not careful, it reads the same way. Ummmmm……coincidence, irony, programming?

Anyway, back to the subject driving this post. When I did my fact-checking search, I was directed to The White House Live website. There, the speech was posted in its entirety. I noticed something right from the start that didn’t make sense to me. The video is one-hour, thirty minutes, and ten seconds long. I had just finished watching the speech live and it didn’t seem to last more than thirty minutes. I really didn’t want to hear Biden lie again, but curiosity got the best of me, so I clicked play.

Well, it turns out that the first forty-three minutes of Joe’s address is a blue screen with a note saying We Will Begin Shortly. The actual speech lasted about thirty-two minutes which is close enough for government work not to conflict with my original estimate. Followed by another fifteen minutes of blue screen thanking me for joining Biden as he spoke about the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill.

My takeaway?

Out of more than ninety minutes of speech time, one full hour was blue-screen. A blessing in disguise—because it means less lies…….Did I just do that? Yes, I did.

But I also think there’s a more important message. After forty-five minutes of preparation, Joe Biden can only last about thirty minutes in front of a camera. It’s a sad state of affairs that the left created and Joe is the living proof. Imagine if you gave President Trump an hour-and-a-half to speak.

We don’t just want President Donald J. Trump in 2024, we need him.

Now, this is what I call a congressional Posse for 2022 (or 2024).

Conservative futures.

What the Heck

This thing popped into my last post (about Fauci) on it’s own.

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Where did it come from?

What the HELL does Bill Gates think he’s doing?

This is my blog site.

What right does he or anyone else think they have to edit my work?

It’s Free

Hi all,

I know it’s been a while since I posted and there really is no legitimate excuse. The illegitimate excuse is that I’m busy. Which is true, just not a good excuse. Real life being what it is, and that includes mounting bills, I’ve had to put my dreams of writing for a living on hold and start looking for a job that pays (pretty much anything else). So if you guys hear of anything (in Florida), let me know.

In the mean time, I’m running a book promotion to coincide with a local book fair. The fair will be held on 3/28/15 from 9-5 at the Cocoa Beach Library (in Florida). This year I’ll be participating in it, so if you’re in the area, stop by and say hello. I’ll be giving away five FREE signed copies of, Positives & Negatives, Tricycles & Pancakes. If you’re not in town, not a problem, you don’t have to be present to register. Here’s a sneak preview.

Contest Rules

Win 1 of 5 free signed copies of:

Positives & Negatives, Tricycles & Pancakes

Step 1

Register your name and email either at the Book Fair or online through my website. Just ask me to add you to my mailing list. Please, one entry per name and email. Why anyone would want to enter twice is beyond me, but if I don’t say something . . . well, there’s always a smart-aleck.

Step 2

Okay, now go to my website and download: See Jane, Brothers, and In the Rough (totally free today 03/28/15 and tomorrow 03/29/15). All three are available at www.LDavydPollack.com . Don’t have a digital reader? No problem. At the bottom of my home page, you will find links to free apps that will let you read Kindle stories on your computer or smart phone.

Step 3

Now listen closely, this is crucial. Read the two short stories (See Jane, Brothers) and one novella (In the Rough). For those in Rio Linda, a novella is a really short novel, way under a hundred pages, about fifty.

Step 4

Yeah, I suppose this is crucial too. Leave a kind, original, and plot driven review for each story. It isn’t hard to do. When you finish a story, Amazon will automatically prompt you to tell everyone about it. Or, you can come back later and go to Amazon, do a separate search for each story, find the story, find the review section, and then leave a review—your option. As for the review itself, it doesn’t have to be long, two or three sentences in your own words will suffice and . . . Okay, it doesn’t even have to be kind, as long as it’s truthful, constructive, and not malicious.

Step 5

The first five people to email me through my website that their three reviews are posted, will be eligible for a free signed copy of Positives & Negatives, Tricycles & Pancakes (PNTP). I will confirm the reviews and then email you back for the delivery address. Once I have received the delivery address, I will send you, free of charge (including shipping and handling—when I say free—I mean free), one signed copy of PNTP.

This promotion is open to all registrants at the Book Fair as well as those who can’t make it but register their name and email address online. The contest begins on the 28th and ends when I have confirmed the fifth and final set of reviews.

What do you have to lose?