Anonymous asked: Have you accepted cheeses in your life yet, Travis?
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Anonymous asked: So your blog, aptly named "This is who I really am", is like Garfield minus Garfield? Travis minus Travis.
Anonymous asked: OF COURSE WE DO *glomp*
Anonymous asked: Travis, why don't you update about you anymore?
I just want a life
free to grow my hair, and taint my skin with tattoos. Not wasting, wasting away under someone else’s dream.
Discovery News is stating that CERN is meeting...
bumblebeemouth: I am geeking out like nobody knows.
Drinking tea to get high
Friend gave me a sample batch of special honey. So far so good, but have no idea how much I had (might die). p.s. I normally won’t consume honey, but this is whatever.
Hi. This is my blog.: Find the real milk? If it's... →
vegansaurus: Oh, Oh, the food lobby. In its latest move, the California Milk Processor Board is trying to discredit milk alternatives like almond and soy milk with a new website that asks you to “find the real milk.” Anybody who regularly enjoys milk alternatives knows that non-dairy—a.k.a. non-cruelty—milks don’t look the same as the stuff we take from cows, but my mother always told me not to...
An actual conversation:
Me: Herman Cain is about to drop out.
Dad: I know...the lies were successful.
Me: He's suspending it. You know Ron Paul has been married for 55 years to the same woman?
Dad: Hurman (sic) has had one wife also. Just tell me you are voting gop no matter who wins.
Me: Hell no. I think RP is going to run in the Libertarian party and I'll vote for him there. Or I'll write him in.
Dad: Smh...it's not about anything but getting rid of Obama. Splitting the vote means a second term for Obama, Learn from your history.
Me: Don't shake your head at me. I don't feel comfortable voting for someone that doesn't have the same policies as me. It's against my beliefs and philosophy.
Dad: Stop thinking about yourself and think about the country. Look at the damage obama has done in 3 years. Imagine what he will do as a lame duck.
Me: Romney or Gingrich would be the same and you know that. The R or D doesn't change anything. Ron Paul is the only consistent, electable and principled candidate. I'm not voting for anyone else. We should be having the discussion of how to get him nominated.
Dad: They are better than what we have...you saying they're the same as Obama?
Me: Yes they are the same as Obama. They both support the bailouts, they both supported the individual mandate, the both supported government spending. They are both just as big government loving as Obama. If not worse since they'll have a GOP Congress to pass whatever they want.
Dad: Too many people have military ties. The military doesn't like his ideas of closing bases.
Me: He gets more donations from active military members than any other candidate, including Obama.
Dad: I agree that they are the same in that they are "politicians." That's why I liked Herman. But to say they are the same as Obama is a reach.
Me: Their policies are identical. Obamacare wouldn't exist if it weren't for Romneycare. Romney flip flops on everything as does Gingrich, who supports such idiotic things as ethanol subsidies. They are all for unconstitutional wars and sanctions (acts of war) with Iran. You need to vote for Ron Paul in the primary so we can vote for him in the general election, which he will win.
Dad: I'll vote for him if he wins...because my only goal right now is to end Obama.
And here my dad demonstrates why nominating Ron Paul is the hard part. If he wins the nomination RP is in a perfect position to beat Obama, because he gets: The GOP population that hates Obama and will vote for anyone, the GOP population that is consistent in small government, a large portion of independents, a portion of disenchanted hope and change liberals that didn't get what they voted for in 2008.
Anonymous asked: are you like gay for adam carolla or something
yall… happy Thursday