Saturday, May 3, 2014


Jimmy Fallon has some pretty fun stuff. 
This is one of my favorites: 

combine that with this clip: 

You see where I’m going, right? New rules for elected officials. By all means, filibuster to your heart's content but you better shake a tail feather while you do it. Furthermore, if after 30 minutes your mouth is still moving, the public gets to send in requests for types of dance to engage in.

Oh, and going back to the defeat of the Paycheck Fairness Act, don’t be discouraged. It is actually the best thing that could happen to women.

Series of ads for Temp Agencies
 explaining that, 
if done correctly, 
women will cheerfully work for less money, 
no benefits and sporadic hours.

Phyllis Schlafly, GOP activist and monitor of all things progressing beyond the 1950’s way of doing stuff, has chimed in.  Her message is women don’t want to make more money than their husbands and you had better believe that men don’t want to make less money than their wives.  If wages were equal, “Half of women would be unable to find what they regard as a suitable mate.”  The pay gap “helps to promote and sustain marriages.” 

“The typical Kelly Girl… 
doesn’t want full-time work, 
but she’s bored with strictly keeping house. 
Or maybe she just wants to take a job 
until she pays for 
a davenport or a new fur coat.” 

Well that is a relief! Here I was thinking I wanted to have enough income to support myself and my kid.  All I really need to do is get hired at Walmart and then it will be marital bliss!

“Never-Never Girl: 
Never takes a vacation or holiday. 
Never asks for a raise. 
Never costs you a dime for slack time. 
(When the workload drops, you drop her.) 
Never has a cold, slipped disc or loose tooth. 
(Not on your time anyway!)
Never costs you for unemployment taxes and Social Security payments. 
(None of the paperwork, either!) 
Never costs you for fringe benefits. 
(They add up to 30% of every payroll dollar.) 
Never fails to please. 
(If your Kelly Girl employee doesn’t work out, you don’t pay.)”

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