Obama will win an Emmy Award when He reads His Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech from the teleprompter on live TV.
Obama will win a Grammy Award for His connection to the now famous video of singing school children going "mmm mmm mmm."
Obama will the Academy Award for best special effects for appearing to deserve more awards.
Obama will win a Tony Award when He gives the next State of the Union address live from Broadway's Majestic Theater.
Obama will win the Pulitzer Prize after announcing a deal to write His "next" (as opposed to "first") book, documenting how awesome He is.
Obama will be named class valedictorian from Oxford University on the great potential He shows as a possible future student.
Finally, next year, Obama will win a second Nobel prize, but this time for Physics, for His role in the groundbreaking new research into the "nothing equalling everything" grand unification theory.
Not that ANY of you will have ANY idea what I am talking about, but I think Vaarsuvius is about to say the "four words." I think they will be something like "very well, I accept."
To understand, click here and scroll down to episode 1. Plan on taking about 3-4 days to get caught up.
OK, read this. The company making the robots is called CYBERDYNE. Ummm...
Hillary Clinton: Dick Cheney = Darth Vader.
Well, consider the source. I mean, she is married to Jabba the Hutt...
Avast, me hearties, 'tis once agin "talk like a pirate day!" Now play along, ye scurvy brutes, or I'll keel haul the lot o' ye!
Not because it would save the planet, but because it can 0-60 in 4 seconds AND do it without making any engine noise. I bring you, THE TESLA:
Oh yeah, and it looks GOOD, too!
You want to save the planet by making electric cars? Well, I am not going to debate the ecological and environmental aspects of it here. They aren't relevant to this post. What is relevant is this:
If you want to get people driving hybrid and electric cars, make hybrid and electric cars that people want to drive. The Prius is a nice, comfortable, easy to drive car. A lot of people will want it. But there are a lot of people out there who would never be caught dead driving one - not because it uses electricity, but because it is a dork mobile. Offer consumers choices like the Tesla, and you start to tap in to a whole different market. This is a car a Ferrari driver could embrace. Offer more models, increase production numbers, and costs go down. Pretty soon, you have choices that begin to appeal to the Mustang crowd: people who can't spend six figures on a car, but would happily spend a third of that on a car that looks sharp and goes fast.
As for me, I don't give a rip if the car is good for the planet or not. I want it to go when I hit the accelerator, stop when I hit the brake, turn when I turn the wheel, and do it all comfortably - while looking good. Get the price tag on this baby down to about half what it is now, get the battery capacity up to about double what it is now - both feasible goals as production increases and technology becomes more sophisticated - and I'm buying one.