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Jeopardy Contestants’ Careers Remind Me of George Costanza…..Mostly

16 Oct

Sorry.  I can’t do politics all the time.  So I went to Jeopardy for a bit of escapism.  Tonight’s show has three contestants, of course.

Three dudes.

An Architect, one of George’s dream vocations if you will recall.

A Romance Novelist.  I can see George doing that.

A Risk Assessment Manager.  Talk about a nebulous job.  That seems like a perfect George Costanza job.  Just walk around saying ‘Too risky.  I wouldn’t do that.’

We’re considering expanding our business to western Africa so we’ll take a trip to lay the groundwork next week….. 

Risk Assessment Manager’s reply…. Um.  Too risky.  I wouldn’t do that.

Oh and the guy who is the Romance Novelist?  He’s from Massachusetts and he runs a non profit that brings Afghanis to America to attend college.

I was hoping the Risk Assessment Manager would say.

Too risky.  I wouldn’t do that.

But he didn’t.

OK.  Everything is politics.  That’s just the way things are these days.

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2 Comments

Posted by on October 16, 2014 in politics

 

2 responses to “Jeopardy Contestants’ Careers Remind Me of George Costanza…..Mostly

  1. John D'Oh

    October 17, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    Much like Seinfeld being a show about nothing, Obama’s Presidency is about nothing….

     
    • P. Henry Saddleburr

      October 17, 2014 at 10:12 pm

      Unfortunately, Obama’s presidency has been about monumental stuff. Reaaaally bad stuff, but monumental stuff indeed. Consequential stuff. The Fundamental Transformation he promised has been delivered.

       

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