Michele Bachmann For President! – A Pie Near Dream Fantasy Come True!

April 6th, 2011

Hi everyone!

It’s me!

Pie Near Woman!

In honor of being such a channeler of Helen Reddy, I am wearing a vintage 1970′s hand knit halter top with matching hat and bag!

Don’t I look great!

And guess what else!

It’s Michele Bachmann’s birthday today!

I love her!

I love her so much!

She is basically just like me.

It’s like we are Siamese twins with two different heads but the same body but also different bodies and born at different times from different mothers thirteen years apart but other than that we are in the same body at the same time sharing four lactating boobs and twenty five uteruses that have spawned eleven natural born children and twenty three unnatural born foster children!

I love Michele Bachmann so much!

I want to marry her!

And have babies with her!

In all of our uteruses!

And then she can nurse my babies and I can nurse her babies and we can nurse each other, but not in America – only in Canada.  Because Michele and I totally believe that gay marriage is a symbol of anti Americanism and if you want to be gay – that’s fine!  Just do it in another country!  And I am just joking about having babies with Michele because I am the least gay person you could ever meet except for when I am channeling Ethel Merman and photographing my husband’s ass.  Because when I do those two things I kind of feel like I am channeling a gay man, but then I remember that gay people can’t live in America so I must be channeling Helen Reddy instead.  Because Helen Reddy lives in Australia!

Oh my goodness!  I hate politics!  Ugh!  Except for Michele Bachmann who I totally love!  Why?  Because she is just like me!

She homeschooled her kids.

She is a world leader.

She is really, really pretty.

She’s so marketable to the religious right!

She’s all over the internet!

And she says the craziest shit you ever heard!

Yesterday Marlboro Man surprised me with a trip to Minnesota to hear Michele talk!

It was so amazing!

Here are some of my favorite Michele Bachmann quotes!

Happy Birthday Michele!

”[Pelosi] is committed to her global warming fanaticism to the point where she has said she has even said she is trying to save the planet.  We all know that someone did that 2,000 years ago.”

”Carbon dioxide is portrayed as harmful.  But there isn’t even one study that can be produced that shows that carbon dioxide is a harmful gas.”

”I want people in Minnesota armed and dangerous on this issue of the energy tax because we need to fight back.”

“During the last 100 days we have seen an orgy. It would make any local smorgasbord embarrassed … The government spent its wad by April 26.”

”We will talk a little bit about what has transpired in the last 18 months and would we count what has transpired into turning our country into a nation of slaves.”

”There are hundreds and hundreds of scientists, many of them holding Nobel Prizes, who believe in intelligent design.”

”If we took away the minimum wage — if conceivably it was gone — we could potentially virtually wipe out unemployment completely because we would be able to offer jobs at whatever level.”

”I wish the American media would take a great look at the views of the people in Congress and find out: Are they pro-America or anti-America?”

”I don’t know where they’re going to get all this money because we’re running out of rich people in this country.”

”Normalization (of gayness) through desensitization. Very effective way to do this with a bunch of second graders, is take a picture of ‘The Lion King’ for instance, and a teacher might say, ‘Do you know that the music for this movie was written by a gay man?’ The message is: I’m better at what I do, because I’m gay.”

”This cannot pass. What we have to do today is make a covenant, to slit our wrists, be blood brothers on this thing. This will not pass. We will do whatever it takes to make sure this doesn’t pass.”

”And what a bizarre time we’re in, when a judge will say to little children that you can’t say the pledge of allegiance, but you must learn that homosexuality is normal and you should try it.”

After Michele was finished with her incredibly awesome speech, her husband stepped up to the microphone!

He said that since it was Michele’s birthday we should all give her $55.00 because that is a dollar for every year that Michele has been working her self to death by slitting her wrists and making blood oaths on behalf of real patriotic Americans.

Me and Marlboro Man stepped out of the crowd and gave her all the money we had on us which is a lot.

Because we are rich.

Two of the last rich people left in America!

I so hope she runs for PRESIDENT!!!!

So she can save us from extinction!

Here are some of the other people who were at Michele’s speech!  Lots of homeschoolers and thousands of babies!

I love babies!

I want to marry these babies!

And have babies with these babies!

After her speech, Michele invited me up on stage!

I was so excited!

Can you tell?

Can you tell how excited I was?!?

And my BFF from Oklahoma, the Senator’s Wife was there too!

Hi BFF Senator’s Wife!  I love you so much!  I would have babies with you too, but I am already having babies with Michele (in Canada only) and also with all the babies in Minnesota, so my uterus is kind of booked for a while.  But I still love you!  I love you more’n my luggage which is almost as good as wanting to have babies with you!

It was a dream like day!

And I didn’t want to EVER wake up!  So instead I decided to sing Michele a song for her birthday!  And since I was already channeling Helen Reddy in my 1970′s halter top with matching bag and hat, I decided to sing a Helen Reddy song!

A one!

A two!

A one, two, three, four!

I am woman, hear me roar
In numbers too big to ignore
And I know too much to go back and pretend

‘Cause I’ve heard it all before
And I’ve been down there on the floor
No one’s ever gonna keep me down again!

Oh yes, I am wise
But it’s wisdom born of pain
Yes, I’ve paid the price
But look how much I gained
If I have to
I can do anything!

I am strong (STRONG)
I am invincible (INVINCIBLE)
I am WOMAN!!!!!!!

You can bend but never break me
‘Cause it only serves to make me
More determined to achieve my final goal

And I come back even stronger
Not a novice any longer
‘Cause you’ve deepened the conviction in my soul

Oh, yes, I am wise
But it’s wisdom born of pain
Yes, I’ve paid the price
But look how much I gained

If I have to
I can face anything
I am strong (STRONG)
I am invincible (INVINCIBLE)
I am WOMAN!!!!!!!

I am woman watch me grow
See me standing toe to toe
As I spread my lovin’ arms across the land

But I’m still an embryo
With a long, long way to go
Until I make my brother understand!

Oh, yes, I am wise
But it’s wisdom born of pain
Yes, I’ve paid the price
But look how much I gained

If I have to
I can face anything
I am strong (STRONG)
I am invincible (INVINCIBLE)
I am woman!!!!!!!

It was a perfect day!

Goodbye Forever!

Pie Near


  • Kait:

    OH MY GOD! That is hilarious. And also very scary. What the hell is wrong with people and where are these crazy ass women coming from. And did this really happen? Really? Cause if so I am going to the border and locking the gate.

  • OK, this post basically owns. SO funny. Love the plain-faced homeschoolers/sister-wives. ;)

    • Rechelle:

      I am going to have so much fun with the sister wives and the bearded patriarchs.

      • Jennine:

        Can we PLEASE call the bearded patriarchs “Brother Husbands”? Please??

        • I second that!

      • Rechelle, I am curious as to what happened between you and Ree Drummond considering you two used to be buddies-or so it seemed. I mean you and April went to the Lodge and blogged about how fantastical it was. What happened?

        To some of the other commentors-how do you guys know she has all these people working for her behind the scenes? A maid, etc.

        I’m not attacking anyone here. I am just curious as to what’s up.

        • JoanS:

          I, too, would like to know the answers to Siobhan’s questions!

          • Rechelle:

            Siobhan and JoanS – Your question has been answered ad nauseum on this blog. Feel free to search my site for the answers.

          • Rechelle, I actually did search your site before I saw your reply to my questions. Much thanks :)

          • bara:

            I too have been wondering this. I spent way too much time looking at your site for the answer and was not able to find it. If you are so critical of Ree for being fake, you should be especially transparent of your story and where you get all your information about her.

            Please just show us where on your blog you wrote about this since people seem to be having hard time finding this…. I know that this will not get posted since you do not post comments that do not agree with you and that do not tell you how hysterical you are – which is very hypocritical since you criticize the Pioneer Woman so much.

            I am neither Christian, nor a home-schooler, so I should not incite your anger on principle. Please just answer the question.

          • bara:

            Also, you have a MIchelle Bachman ad paying for your blog – you might want to look into that!

          • For JoanS, Sibohan (I love that name, btw!) and bara, all you have to do is type ‘pioneer woman’ in the search box on the upper right side of the page. Then yes, you will have to do a bit of digging. I’m feeling helpful today, so here you go-

            Perhaps this will help you, and bara, Rechelle didn’t delete your post, so I think all is well! :)

  • Jennine:

    I’ve heard it said that Michele Bachman is the thinking man’s Sarah Palin.

    This post is a work of art!

    • I would love to see a Palin-Bachman ticket. It would be even more funner than Palin-McCain. ;)

  • Reeformed Addict:

    LOL! Her eyes are looking extremely crazy in this one! Nice posing, very nice. My grandparents had that Grandpa doll when I was growing up. All the grandkids wanted it when they moved into the nursing home.

    • Mo:

      I meant to agree with you earlier, she is really working the Crazy Eyes in this one!

  • Priss:

    My favorite PNW so far! I was going to say my favorite ever but I’ve said that before and you keep topping them. This was just pure awesomeness.

  • BA:

    Hilarious, Rechelle! Where did you find those crazy bearded dolls??

  • Alison:

    Oh my gosh–that was so funny. Love the homeschooling families. I think Pie Near Woman is showing some nip in one of those pics with a Brother Husband. Or maybe she’s just going to breast feed him.

  • Mo:

    A lot of things made me fall over, but the chorus line of bearded male backup dancers/singers made me fall over the mostest.

    I sure hope that’s a Pottery Barn quilt the Bachman fans are using to protect their heinies from the earthy earthiness of the earth.

  • Marie:

    Ok I don’t find this as ha-ha funny as the others, but have to express my thanks to Rechelle for helping to point out what an idiot Michelle Bachmann is—she is cut from the same mold as Sarah Palin. Do those two ever see how ridiculous they sound? I don’t understand how people can vote for either of those two women…but obviously a lot of folks disagree with me.

  • Nancy:

    Oh.my.word. Those dolls. Those bearded dolls. I know them. Aren’t they from The Sunshine Family? I had that family…yes indeed, my mother bought me dolls based on a sad,sad made for tv movie called “Sunshine” where a happy hippie couple has a daughter named Sunshine and then the sweet hippie mom dies of cancer. It spawned John Denver’s song “Sunshine on My Shoulders” (or maybe the song spawned the movie?) Either way, creepy premise for a set of dolls which only makes it that much more appropriate for Pie Near woman and that noodle-head Bachman. Don’t you know her husband is banging his secretary like a screen door?

  • Stella:

    How can you write this shit, and not laugh your ass off??? Rechelle, please tell me you have NOT missed your calling. Tell me that Saturday Night Live has beaten a path to your door – PLEASE TELL ME THAT!!!!

    I love your sense of humour. Even if I AM Canadian, and we can breast feed each other here :) In public, at that. Well, at least in Ontario, because going topless is NOT against the law. Oh no siree!!!

    Also tell me you are on the hunt for a Sarah Palin Doll. My God, that would be something to see!!! With her little glasses and all. hahaah, my head is about to explode from the hilariousness of all of this.

    Even though I have NO clue who this Michelle is, I don’t follow American politics, you’ve painted a pretty good picture.

    Love your posts!!

    Keep them up!!!


  • Rechelle this is the best PNW ever! It’s so scary and funny at the same time! Because if that woman wins the Presidential bid, me and my family WILL be heading to Canada where people aren’t complete nut jobs! I am still amazed that people find her intelligent. Don’t they hear her? I mean REALLY hear what she’s saying. If she or any other Tea Partier win, why did we even cross the Atlantic and fight for our freedoms? They’ll set us back in so many ways. Sorry, I must have needed to get that off my chest. I feel, as I believe a minority of Kansans do, like a small, blue, level-headed speck in a vast, turbulent sea of red.

  • Kait:

    I honestly thought perhaps Rechelle had made those bearded dolls until I read the comments. Still funny as hell even if they are not homemade. Then again it is very creepy they sell those things…

  • I heart you Rechelle!

    P.S. After your trip to Tulsa last month, you guys took a detour to the Amish country right? Visited all the gift shops, huh?

    • Rechelle:

      We considered visiting a plaquey string of ‘amish’ shops, but opted for a biker bar called Undercliff and the childhood home of George Washington Carver instead. I got the dolls off of ebay. Trying to get my hands on a pregnant barbie, but she don’t come cheap.

      • Maybe she just needs one of those padded baby bumps.

        • JJ:

          use half of a small plastic easter egg…
          Are you going to tackle the Palin/ abstinence bs?

          • Rechelle:

            There are so many things one can do with a pregnant barbie.

      • REEflux:

        Rechelle -

        I’ll send you $$ if you want that PG barbie…er, uh, PNW. It would be money well-spent.

        Merely a *burp* away,

  • Irma:

    This may be the best Pie Near Woman yet. I can not even imagine how much time these posts must take, but you do it so very well. Thanks for the highlight of my evening.

  • Lee (sometimes known as Another Lee):

    This is hysterical in every sense of the word! Pee-your-pants, eye-wiping funny and perfectly capturing the hysteria women like Bachman and Palin feed on. This is going to give me giggling nightmares! And the crazy, crazy look in Pie Near Woman’s eye, she is sooooo close to the edge.

    Your humble readers thank you once again for a masterpiece.

  • Hysterical! Those bearded dolls are a hoot!

    I think the first picture of the homeschooling family is too funny. Sadly, families like this are all too common. “Babies? Don’t have enough – MAKE MORE!!!”

  • Kay in KCMO:

    I love the symbolism of Michelle standing on a bible which is on a Monopoly board. Because we know the foundation of everything is capitalism.

    • Tracy:

      That was one of my favorites as well; such amazing attention to detail in these posts. This one was so funny and scary at the same time.

    • PegK:

      My favorite part too was the bible on the Monopoly board. Have to agree, best PNW ever. I actually hope Bachman gets on the ticket. It would be absolutely AWESOME to watch her get crushed! Late night t.v. would have more material than they would know what to do with.

  • Just one question: How much time did you spend on this post ?

    • Rechelle:

      I spent about thirty minutes taking the photos. Then they needed a bit of editing. Then I had to upload them and move them to the blog. After that was the writing and editing. I suppose four to five hours total. I did it in bits and pieces over several days. That is not an unusually long time for me to spend on a post. It’s like any obsession. You spend time doing it because you get something out of it.

  • Every time I look at this, I begin to giggle insanely! I forgot how creepy I thought the Sunshine family was, with their little peanut heads. I love the Brother Husbands, though! They’re awesome! Michle Bachmann’s words when paired with your PNW photos are a riot. On their own, though, they’re just plain scary! Great work!

  • LMAO. I am from the part of Minnesota that Michelle represents. Honestly, I am a normal person and I did NOT VOTE FOR HER! Sometimes I cannot believe my neighbors. I’m thinking about moving.

    • Kay in KCMO:

      Sue, I have a friend in the same boat. She lurks on here, but maybe she’ll comment when she sees your post and you can commiserate.

    • I’m in Florida, the state where nimrods elected Rick Scott (by a razor thin 1%, and less than 50% of the total vote), whose HCA company defrauded Medicare to the tune of 2 billion (yes, with a B). Now that they’ve got him in office, they’re now realizing what a freaking nightmare he is, and a hypothetical do-over shows him losing by 20 points, and that spread is widening. Unfortunately, we have no recall here, so we’re stuck with this jackass until 2014 unless he really, really shows his true colors and does something so outrageous even the tea party dbags can’t ignore it.

  • JustPeachy:

    Most supremely excellent, Rechelle!

    Michele Bachmann is an idiot. She was here in NH a couple weeks back and made a major ass of herself by stating that our state was the one that lays claim to “the shot heard around the world” with battles in Concord & Lexington. WRONG. That would be neighboring Massachusetts and is generally taught in every grade school history class. Her, Sarah Palin, & Pie Near Woman all have the same affliction: Constipation of the mind, but diarrhea of the mouth. One also must wonder what color the sky is in their elitist worlds…

    Those Sunshine Family dolls are creepy… but very fitting! Even better were Pie Near Woman’s batshit crazy eyes. ;)

    • REEflux:

      batshit crazy eyes?
      Peachy, you totally crack me up.
      Can I borrow that phrase?

      Merely a *burp* away,

      • JustPeachy:

        Absolutely! Although, I can’t claim originality on it… I heard someone use it referring to Britney Spears back in the day when she shaved her head, but it’s become a part of my vocabulary since. LOL

        • Skattebol:

          Bat-shit crazy is one of my favorite sayings…. And Pioneer Woman… I mean Pie Near Woman is bat-shit crazy.

  • I HEART you! I HEART this! I am hiding my ovaries from MB right now — I know she wants to take all of our ovaries.

    Love and uteri,
    Your Homeschooling Mom Groupie (because I am one of those, but not one of THOSE)

  • Jill:

    “Her, Sarah Palin, & Pie Near Woman all have the same affliction: Constipation of the mind, but diarrhea of the mouth.” What an apt description…. LMAO….

  • Sue:

    Hilarious!! Those bearded dolls are downright scary looking!! I love it.

  • REEflux:

    Rechelle -

    Honestly…you have outdone yourself on the escapades of PNW. I’m at the office and had to grab a tissue to wipe away the tears…which were a result of my uncontrollable laughter.

    Priceless. Every bit of it.

    Merely a *burp* away,

  • PWP:

    New here, but will be back. Ree is soooooo pitiful, and it truly is funny to see how MANY of us know this.

    Palin & Bachmann, nutjobs. And Ree is trying sooooooooo hard to be just like ‘em. I really don’t think she has to try so hard; she IS like them, but in her delusion, probably thinks she is just “imitating them.”

  • joy:

    Unbelievably funny — love the new cast of characters! Love the cREEzy eyes.

    But, to be clear, WE DON’T WANT HER IN CANADA!

  • Laura Stultz:

    Another fine example of the loving, accepting, open minded left. It is okay to rip these people to shreds, they are just racist, selfish fat cats. Where as you Rechelle, are just superior in every way and justified in your hatred. Very sad.

    • Skattebol:

      You are certainly free to express your views, your perspective, your thoughts. Tis is one of the perks of writing a blog. One can articulate his/her ideas without moderation.

    • Rechelle:

      Laura – I am confused as to why my ‘superiority in every way’ would be ‘very sad’. This seems like a reason to rejoice to me. Explain please?

  • Rechelle: brilliant, absolutely brilliant! Spot on with the details, too, particularly the bible on top of the Monopoly board – a fitting touch especially in this instance.

  • Amazing…..I laughed and then laughed so hard I cried. gREEd’s outfit was priceless.


  • Liz:

    I hate to even admit that I am from MN! Michelle Bachman scares the crap out of me, despite (or because of it) that she is a total idiot. I keep thinking any one with half a brain will see her for what she really is, but … Thank goodness I do not live in the district that keeps voting for her. If she were elected President, I am moving to Denmark!
    Saturday Night Live could certainly use you to write for them, Rechelle!

  • REEpetitive:

    It is hilarious and accurate in so many ways. However, I think Ree is much further left of almost all of her followers. She treads the thin line of not alienating them while trying to do “sophisticated” things like use fresh herbs on her recipes, but then has to apologize to her truly more sophisticated audience for using her country-limited-grocery-store supplies like mushy white bread and canned soups.

    She’s not “keepin’ it real” anywhere.

    Her family is filled with lawyers and I think she leans Democrat. She has spoken about gay people (without the contempt that a Palin or Bachmann supporter would have), she so obviously LOVES getting off of the ranch and out into the greater world.

    During her Fox morning show, she said that her dog and the host’s dog were both fixed so they had birth control (something like that–alluding to birth control being a good thing) and she warmly said hello to George Stephanoplous on her Good Morning America visit a while back.

    I don’t like Ree. I think she is an unethical liar in so many instances. I think her family’s wealth from the BLM contracts are unconscionable. I do, however, see her as stuck in the life she lusted after and it sucks to be there and it sucks to be her. She has big city ambition and is stuck, physically, in a small town surrounded by unsophisticated, but probably real, people. She has big bucks, which she wanted–don’t for a minute think that she’d be with Ladd if it weren’t for the family’s cash–she was never interested in living in the country.

    It’s all about the bottom line.

    I do think she’s not like the masses of people who follow her. Which, frankly, makes her even more fake and disingenuous.

    The bible on the Monopoly board is perfect.

    • Rechelle:

      What makes Ree so easy to make fun of is just exactly what you are talking about Reepetitive. She has turned herself into a product. She’s weirdly decided that her numbers lean heavily towards the right wing homeschoolers so she tiptoes around and tries to project an image that is safely right wing enough and yet still fabulously wealthy to keep her rich readers happy. Then she has to keep the sort of addle minded female ditz readers happy who just want to see the kids and the dogs. There is no ‘Ree’ in any of her posts. It’s all about satisfying certain strata of her readers. She writes like an employee and not like an owner. So the question is… who really owns the Pioneer Woman?

      • REEpetitive:

        I don’t know who owns her. She seems so desperate to me. It sucks at the ranch, except for The Lodge, and invited guest cooks, the money and shopping sprees. Cow shit? Calf balls? Piles of laundry? That is not Ree’s happy place.

        She’s so full of fake and works so very hard to maintain it. How can anyone live like that? She’s in a gilded cage that she wanted and now it sucks–except for her trying to build something more fun, worldly and her own, which she has done with her blog. But, why not make it truly real? Why not make it a platform for real ideas and discussion? What’s with all the fake happy, happy time?

        I love your Pie Near Woman posts. They are so much closer to real than what Ree ever approaches. You actually expose real lies, duplicity and at the very least irony which is dead on funny.

        Who owns Ree? That is such a good question.

        Her own outsized greed?

        Her ambition to make something in spite of her (for her) limited surroundings? Her sense of entitlement growing up or her sense of culture from her mother? Damn it, she’ll not be a country bumpkin! Lawsie Mercy!

        Her Chrischens that she’s surrounded by in real life and on her blog as her sheeple supporters?


        The BLM contracts?

        Her social obligations to her country neighbors (pitter pat goes her heart for them)?

        I don’t know who owns Ree, but I do know that she’s not keepin’ it real by a long shot and is so emblematic of some of the things wrong in this country.

        • Rechelle:

          Maybe I am coco crazy puffs, but I really think she is an employee. Really. No – really. Her writing is just too weird to explain any other way. She is writing for someone else – not herself. When Ree was writing for herself – she wrote very differently. It was still extremely juvenile, but there was something appealing about her superficial take on ranch life, motherhood, her college days at USC. Nowadays – she just writes like a zombie. It’s like someone gave her a set of rules and she is terrified of breaking them. Maybe she is under a curse! We should totally go rescue her!

          • Mo:

            HA. Headline reads:

            “Famous Blogger Attributes Years of Bad Writing to Deal with Satan Gone Awry; Exorcism Performed by Wild Band of Bitchy Bloggers”

      • linda:

        Rechelle, Are you going to spoof the gun shooting weekend? That would fit right in.

    • Tanya:

      I was curious as to how much her writing has changed over the years, so I looked through her archives and found multiple posts she would probably NEVER have the guts to write nowadays for fear of losing readership. One is titled “I dated a gay guy”…. oh how I’d love it if it were posted today just to see her conservative readers’ reactions!


  • REEpetitive:

    Wanted to add that I think the brother husbands look like the cast of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and it cracks me up–especially the shots of them sitting and looking at Pie Near Woman and then holding her.

    • TXAggies:

      Hey, I thought the VERY same thing … Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

      Those male dolls are really, REALLY creepy !!

      Love it, Rechelle !

  • Emily:

    Are those real Bachmann quotes? Because I’d like to give her the benefit of the doubt, but I’m afraid they must be real. Especially the “minimum wage” one. I heard Rick Santorum speaking about abortion on a radio show recently, and I had the same reaction…a basic facepalm. It’s as if their minds haven’t moved even a step or two beyond what’s coming out of their mouths.

  • Christi:

    This is truly a work of art. Michelle Bachman and Sara Palin make me nauseous.

  • LucyJoy:

    Rechelle…You are priceless!

  • I just need to know if you have to wear Depends when you are coming up with those shots to photograph and writing the copy? Seriously- I need to start wearing them while reading your posts!

  • Also- would you mind writing a tutorial on photographing Pie Near woman and friends…really it’s a talent beyond measure.

  • Funny stuff Rechelle. Quick comment, if that “B” on the podium is part of a Barbie™ logo, you might want to Pshop it out. Mattel is pretty notorious for going after people, even when it’s fair use, parody, etc.

  • Lily:

    O my God, you are brilliant and hysterical! Only part was left out was her sweating etc when she got excited on stage with michelle (and why didn’t her nynie tingle?)

  • Pretty Good Rechelle. What will you do to top this?
    Where do you get all those crazy looking dolls.
    And Michelle’s podium?


    • Rechelle:

      MIchelle’s podium was a part of the packaging for ‘Barbie for President’. I cut it off the box. I’ve been getting the dolls on Ebay. I imagine that Michele Bachmann will top herself – I just have to wait for her to do the work for me.

  • This is funny stuff. I’m so happy I found your blog. Now I know there’s some hope in the world and not everyone is batshit.

    Does Bill Maher know about you? He’s the one you should write for!