Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Too good to pass up

We have agreed to do out best to avoid commenting on politics here, but this is too good to pass up. If you watched the State of the Union on Monday night, the Democratic response was delivered by Governor Kathleen Sebelius of Kansas - who many say is a front runner for the VP nod on the Dem ticket in '08.

According to Fox News, John Sebelius, the 23 year old son of the Governor, is quite the entrepeneur. He is now selling a board game online called "Don't Drop the Soap." Some noteworthy challenges to the game include trying to avoid being cornered by the Aryans in the shower and trying not to smoke your entire stash in the hole. Much like Monopoly, you also get to choose your token, and your choices in this game notably include a bag of cocaine or a large black man named Anferny flexing in a wife beater and rockign some bling. Well done, John.

Who knows if this is life imitating art, but hello Black Sheep meets Billy Madison? Loser spoiled kid with rich parents makes brilliant personal choices and embarrasses Gubernatorial parent (brother in the movie...) on biggest night of their life? Or, is he a POS D-bag layabout who spends his time and parents money just sitting around, as the picture from his "company" website suggests.

Good work John. And, if any of you have plans for a family trip to the cabin, be sure to pick up a copy of "Don't Drop the Soap" and make sure you save the coke bag piece for Gramma.

1 comment:

Sake j said...

That guy loks a little like you B