Back in November, I helped advocate for the passage of two bonding referenda to finance the repair of Clarence school buildings and grounds, and the construction of turf fields at the high school. 70% of the cost of these repairs will be covered and reimbursed by the state government.
In the Clarence Bee, after passage of the proposals, a gentleman sent in this letter to the editor:
This week, Mr. Patterson’s wife weighed in.
That’s one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a long time. Thanks, Mrs. Patterson!
I’ve argued with my share of die-hard libertarians – glib and otherwise – in my time writing this blog. So I find Mallory Ortberg’s “Ayn Rand Reviews Children’s Movies” in the New Yorker to be especially hilarious.
The biggest and the strongest are the fittest to rule. This is the way things have always been. —Four stars.
Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory:
An excellent movie. The obviously unfit individuals are winnowed out through a series of entrepreneurial tests and, in the end, an enterprising young boy receives a factory. I believe more movies should be made about enterprising young boys who are given factories. —Three and a half stars. (Half a star off for the grandparents, who are sponging off the labor of Charlie and his mother. If Grandpa Joe can dance, Grandpa Joe can work.)
See the whole thing here.
This is too perfect. From College Humor.