This essay was posted initially in early 2015:
Here’s an idea… what with the lack of improvement in anti-aircraft guns in the last 40 years, I propose that we go to Radio Shack and get them to go out to that USAF airfield in Arizona where they have all those attack planes mothballed, and set them all up as drones. Then wherever we have some threats to our national security, that we use CNN, which like Radio Shack is goin’ broke, to use their satellites to guides these converted drones in on targets that threaten the American way of life… and on random targets of opportunity as they may present themselves over the Ukraine and the middle east.
What with all the oil they’ve discovered in North Dakota hell we can keep those planes hovering over the middle part of this screwed up world of ours until all our enemies are dead.
Oh but hold on… we got Obama in office, who’s looking for ways to fund appeasement with Iran… and not ways to kill Islamic slime.
Sort of on the same wave length, if you are a trivia buff, you will have read in any number of trivia books, that the more intelligent the person, the more zinc and copper in their hair. But when I google the net, I can’t find any supporting evidence for this. Yet, I've seen this thing on the amount of ZC (Zinc Copper) in the hair of smart people since I can remember.
Let’s assume it is not true. Then all that other trivia stuff, maybe isn’t true either, like the memory capability of a gold fish or that the combined energy expended in all the sneezes a person has in a lifetime will run a washing machine through two cycles… maybe that ain’t true. How does Peter Jennings of Jeopardy fame know what to believe and what not? I wonder what he’d say if you asked about the zinc and cooper in his hair…
But then let’s say it is a little bit true… let’s say that in fact the cognitive ability of a person can be determine by a machine and reduced to a single number like produced on IQ tests. Kid’d go to school, stick his head in some colander looking thing to get his ZC (zinc/cooper) quotience, which would help a lot in putting him in the right class are to project grades he should be making.
Or maybe, after this thing became accepted in our society, a private citizen'd be in position in doing his due diligence about which doctor to use in some necessary open heart surgery, to ask him for his ZC number.
Or for some celebrities, they be computer generated "helps" in making good decisions. Like asking upfront for a woman to give their “vitals-number” as in their combined ZC score plus chest size minus butt size times money in the bank, which would give a number mighty helpful on the dating scene. Though don't know how a ZC quotience would help gauge mental stability.
But now you could go to the zoo and put the ZC score on each animal on the front placard… there in southern zoo beside cooking suggestions. How ‘bout that?
Except for frogs, I don't know how you'd get a ZC ratio from a frog.
But now at the Westminster Dog show, you could indicate each entry’s ZC score. Which some promoter might want to compare between some inbreed poodle with some rangy looking cur sitting off to the side licking his privates.
But I bet posting an accurate individual ZC score on the dog and cats at the local pound will help the selection of those that go out the front door from those sad creatures sent out the back.
ZC testing. Anyone know anything about this, contact me.
Also another piece of popular trivia to be looked at more closely: is the statement often seen where If you hook Jell-O up to an EEG, it registers movements almost identical to a human adult’s brain waves.
On this, nothing more needs to be said,
And did you know Jimmy Carter is reported to have seen a UFO… and stands by his sighting… and he once was attack by a swimming rabbit when he was out fishing… and said he has lusted in his heart… when men normally do that in other organs. He destroyed the gov’t of Rhodesia. He gave away the Panama Canal because… I don’t know. He was absolutely dumbstruck with some US people being held hostages in Iran… and yet, yet there was a man following him closely, day and night, with a briefcase the contents of which – if this peanut farmer had decided to exercise - would have destroyed the world as we know it. Wonder what Carter’s ZC score is?
I think all candidates for public office must have a minimum ZC score and that we set up a gov’t ZC enforcement commission to make sure we get no more Jimmy Carters…
Then we set up a ledger where a presidential candidate has to list “Honorable and Competent” and “Not Honorable or Competent” things they have done for their country… this would get rid of all the Hillarys out there.
And I think we could get a few more tests for Presidential hopefuls to take, so that we’d end up with the cup of Jell-o we deserve....