Wrong on Many Levels

Past Imperfect – #513

The orphans at St. Buckworth’s Hostel for Cast-Aside Waifs knew they had a challenge ahead of them if they had any chance of retaining governmental funding during a Republican administration, so they did their best to appear charming and resourceful. Let’s listen in as they await the arrival of yet another Trump appointee who actually wants to destroy the department they now control…

Little Annie, lower left: “I do so wish they notice our clever outfits. It would be really sad if we sacrificed the curtains in the cafeteria for no reason.”

Little Sally, lower right: “I’ve been practicing my charisma for days and days and I just know I’m going to be a star, like Theda Bara or Bela Lugosi.”

Little Hilly, middle right: “Oh, please. Have you guys not figured out that the Republicans only care about us while we’re still in the womb? Once the doctor slaps us on the ass and we are breathing actual air, they couldn’t give less of a damn. Trump is a basket of aberrations.”

Little Ruth-Bader Ginsburg, middle center: “Now, Hilly, let’s be fair. 62 million people opted for that basket of whackjob. Of course, this is less than the 65 million votes the other candidate got, proving once again that the jacked-up concept of the Electoral College is a disgrace and Trump did not win the popular vote. I’d say more, but apparently I’m not allowed to have a personal opinion even though issuing opinions is my freakin’ job.”

Little Clueless, upper left: “I’m kind of in the dark, here. I know that politics are supposed to be important, but I’d much rather spend my time trying to validate myself on Facebook instead of actually voting.”

Little Joan Jett, upper right: “I hear ya, girl. I just want to play music and hide my sexuality from everyone until several decades after the peak of my popularity.”

Little Wynona, middle left: “We don’t even have breasts yet. How do any of us know whether or not we need to hide our sexuality?”

Little Martha Quinn, lower middle: “All I know is that, from this angle, I’m seeing far more cooter than a girl my age should have to see.”

Little Annie, previously located: “I just want them to serve Jello in the curtain-less cafeteria. Flavored gelatin gives me hope.”

 

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  1. BWAHAHAHHAHA… oh my goodness me!! (and gelatin is a food staple in Utah). It saved a LOT of nutrition challenged babies from the early 60s. Because sucking down melted horse hooves (or whatever they make gelatin out of anyway) is much better than nothing at all…ask the ‘orphans’.

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