Saturday, December 26, 2015

The Hildebeast Takes a Dump on National TV

I decided to make a little YouTube video. It's kinda rough, but I'll get better.

6 comments:

Frank said...

I like Trump, but I believe this has merit-

THE BARNHARDT AXIOM:

The fact that a given person is holding or seeking high-level public office is, in and of itself, proof that said person is morally and/or psychologically UNFIT to hold public office.

Not that I don't think Ann Barnhardt isn't insane, in her own quaint way.

Anonymous said...

OK, good first attempt. But exactly what advantage does a powerpoint presentation have over a blog post?

You could have included the Clinton clip to give some background.

Anonymous said...


@Bob: Take some classes online on Udemy in animation software. Then add some music, creativity and imagination and go to town. The number of people reading your blog would soar I bet.

Have you thought about starting a Youtube channel? It could be your own little TV station (even with commercials and monetization if you want). You could also have a Talk Show (Google Hangout), with guests and interviews.

Check out Terrence Popp's youtube channel as an example:

https://www.youtube.com/user/redonkulaspopp

Or Stefan Molyneux:

https://www.youtube.com/user/stefbot

You should up your game Bob and join the 21st century! People need your information.

Enbrethiliel said...

+JMJ+

Bob, you're supposed to talk!

Bob Wallace said...

"You should up your game Bob and join the 21st century! People need your information."


I will do all those things you requested and see what I can do.

Chrissa,

I have to figure out how all these things work!

Anonymous said...


The important knowledge and wisdom on life and lots of other stuff that you discuss on your blog is not readily found on the internet I think. I can tell you that your blog has certainly helped me.

Children and young people today certainly aren't learning about this knowledge from their parents, the public school system or the media.

Your blog is like sage wisdom and advice from a respected older brother or Uncle (or even Father since there appears to be so many single mother households with sons these days.) that many have never had.