Random Thoughts For November

Written by Andrew Linn on November 16, 2020

Here are some of my random thoughts for this month:

  • With all the election results in several states being in question, one thing is clear, and that is the Donald is not going down without a fight.
  • Apparently some liberals are not aware (or are possibly apathetic of) the fact that the election results are being disputed. They probably are ignorant of the fact that the members of the Electoral College meet next month, not to mention the fact that the results have to be certified by Congress.
  • How would Dr. House (of the television series on Fox that ran from 2004-2012) deal with this pandemic? I’m certain he would come up with the correct cure and preventive measures, and he would probably refer to Dr. Fauci as an idiot.  House might even refer to various other individuals (e.g. state and local officials) as idiots.
  • Martin Sheen promotes SingleCare in order for people to save money on prescription drugs, because he believes that the price of prescription drugs is too high. Why can’t he do something similar for the price of cable television?
  • I think it is a waste of time to rake, pile up, and bag leaves in the fall, especially for those who have big yards. I think people should just keep mowing their lawns on a weekly basis until the end of November (at which time the leaves will no longer be a problem).  The only leaf raking that should be done is if an area within one’s yard (e.g. a ditch) gets clogged up with leaves.
  • I believe these gutter covers are something worth investing in. One should not have to risk falling off the ladder or roof ever year when cleaning out the gutters.  So order a gutter cover, and let professionals clean your gutters out for the final time prior to installation of the gutter cover.
  • It’s bad enough that city officials in Minneapolis decided to defund the police, but why are other cities doing the same thing to their police departments, i.e. punishing them for something that took place in Minneapolis, and thus had nothing to do with?
  • Things society can do without: all-star games, exit interviews, high school senior wills, exit examinations, and homeowner associations.
  • The best way to save the Postal Service is to privatize it. The same can be said for the Smithsonian, the TVA, NASA, FDIC, and Amtrak.
  • If women who are aged forty and older who pursue younger men are referred to as cougars, while thirty-something women who seek younger men are known as bobcats, what is the term for twenty-something women who seek younger men?


Andrew Linn
Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to examiner.com and Right Impulse Media.