Thursday, March 22, 2007

MARMALARD, DEAD! NIEDERMAYER, DEAD! ROVE . . .

. . . Dead!

Let's make it happen, folks.

***Disclaimer: To any & all who may be snooping, investigating, or digging for dirt (or looking for Operational Directives from COMINTERN), the use of the term "Dead" is meant in a purely figurative or metaphorical manner. Karl can live, but his political career should not. That is all.***

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Anonymous Applesaucer said...

Hey, how would you match up the Bush Administration to the "Wormer Administration?"

i.e., let's say you had Wormer, Marmalard and Niedermayer. Who would Bush, Cheney and Rove match up to among them?

Feel free to throw other nasty characters from Animal House and the Bush Administration/Congressional (and ex-Congressional like Tom Delay) Republicans into the mix.

After you get your glib response out of the way, please give me your thought-out answer.

Applesaucer

8:55 AM  
Blogger Mike said...

A glib response here would be redundant, no?

(Maybe that was it. Ok, on to the exercise.)

Wormer: Cheney. This one seems a no-brainer to me. Mean, smart, tough, plays dirty, let's other actually "do" the dirty work, etc.

Marmalard: I keep thinking of Rumsfeld here, even though he's no longer in the adminsitration. Clean cut, smarmy, superficially confident. Plus the image of Rummy getting boinked by the boys in the clink is just to delicious to resist.

Niedermayer: I keep thinking here of Ashcroft, another former cabinet member. But Rove fits the bill too. In that he's weasly & outrageous. But Rove stays in the background, which breaks down the analogy.

Bush is Chip, the Kevin Bacon character. Think of the way he stood in the face of the rioting paraders, screaming "Remain calm. All is well!"

Maybe Condi is Mrs. Wormer. I dunno.

9:22 AM  
Anonymous Applesaucer said...

"Bush is Chip."

Excellent!

I think it's a pretty good guess to say that Animal House's nasty characters were loosely based on the Nixon Administration.

I mean, it's really easy to see the Wormer-Nixon and Niedermayer-Haldeman (or is Liddy better?) connections. Marmalard was probably more of just a typical "College Repbulican."

But back to today:

Bush-Chip: Excellent.
Wormer-Cheney: Excellent

The others are tougher. I think we need an Animal House remake in about five years to better capture the current cast of characters.

9:42 AM  
Blogger Mike said...

we need an Animal House remake

I'll pretend I NEVER witnessed those words attached to your name.

10:01 AM  
Anonymous Applesaucer said...

"I'll pretend I NEVER witnessed those words attached to your name. "

The original Animal House is a work of art that stands on its own, independant of of what anyone does with the name or idea.

""What Tao plants cannot be plucked, what Tao clasps, cannot slip."

10:36 AM  
Blogger Mike said...

Didn't you mean to sign this comment as "Lao Tsu."

(Or are you still sticking with Bella [sic] Legosi, when you're doing aliases?)

11:03 AM  
Anonymous John Lennon said...

To my dear teacher, Applesaucer, who, once again, is right on:

Jai guru deva om

John

11:10 AM  
Blogger Mike said...

Nothing's gonna change my opinion. Nothing's gonna change my opinion, John.

11:32 AM  
Blogger George said...

I know this is crossing the good Animal House guys with the bad, but it's a shame that BushCo thinks starting a war is no worse then yelling, "Food Fight!"

12:44 PM  
Blogger Mike said...

Jeez. Remakes, Bluto on the same team as Niedermeyer. What blasphemy.

I think it's back to Animal House 101 for you guys.

(And Applesaucer & George, of all people! I'd never have thought it.)

1:21 PM  
Blogger George said...

Hey, I admitted I was messing things up.

And, not to sound too smug, but when fellow Santa Barbaran Tim Matheson sees me at an (of course) upscale supermarket, he says hi. Luckily I've never seen him by the cucumbers.

1:51 PM  
Anonymous Toast said...

"RRRRRRRRAMMING SPEEEEEEED!!!"

2:17 PM  
Blogger Mike said...

not to sound too smug

Too late.

but when fellow Santa Barbaran Tim Matheson sees me at an (of course) upscale supermarket, he says hi.

I'd like to say I'm not impressed, but I am.

Damn it.

Luckily I've never seen him by the cucumbers.

Because you'd have to tell him yours was bigger?

Toast -

Who's in the bleachers? Just Rove, or the whole gang? Either way I'm for it, just want to know how excited to get.

5:18 PM  

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