LINN: Random Thoughts For This Week

Written by Andrew Linn on March 29, 2021

Here is a list of random questions I have for this week:

  • Is making fun or insulting Joe Biden because of his age considered to be an act of ageism? If so, are they subject to prosecution?
  • Does Michelle Obama hate white people?
  • Does Pope Francis know that Biden once officiated a same-sex marriage (which means he would not be in good standing within the Roman Catholic Church)? If so, what does he plan to do about it?
  • How immoral is it to end a friendship with someone?
  • Is it a sin not to have friends, or not wanting to have friends?
  • Are Arabs (and other Middle Easterners for that matter) considered to be Caucasians, and hence white people?
  • Rabbits are considered to be a symbol of cowardice in Jewish folklore, so does that make the Easter Bunny anti-Semitic (even though the Easter Bunny is a hare and not a rabbit)?
  • If men who wear pink are considered to be gay, then how come women who wear blue are not considered to be lesbians?
  • What is the purpose of high school senior wills? What happens if a high school senior does not submit his or her senior will?
  • How many people did not graduate from high school or college because they did not attend the graduation ceremony, a.k.a. commencement? And what happens if the valedictorian does not give a speech?
  • How many people have been prosecuted for tearing a tag off a pillow or mattress?
  • Can athletes and coaches opt-out of all-star games? If not, are they subject to penalties if they do not want to participate?
  • Is civil disobedience an option when it comes to any of the Biden Administration’s Executive Orders, or any legislation that is passed by the 117th Congress? What is the penalty for civil disobedience under the Biden Administration?
  • What is the penalty for disobeying a pastor or other church authorities?
  • What is the purpose of Homeowners Associations (HOAs)? Is it a socialist-based concept?
  • How many schools still have exit examinations? What is the purpose of them when final exams are given instead?  The purpose of final exams is as a form of exit exams in some schools.
  • What happens if someone refuses to participate in an exit interview when leaving their place of work?
  • What is the penalty for not attending company picnics and other similar events?
  • Do police bother to crack down on jaywalkers anymore?

 

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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.