Space Nerd Wil Wheaton's Drew Curtis' Wil Wheaton Dot Net, submitted by space nerd Wil Wheaton. Space nerd Wil Wheaton is roughly as funny and insightful as a pile of rocks and the only thing he's got going for him is that he doesn't take himself seriously. Well guess what Wil, washed up hack Bruce Villanch doesn't take himself seriously and you don't see an icon for him on Drew Curtis' fark do you? Oh I know why, because he doesn't post there because he's still IN the entertainment industry.
It's been quite some time since we had some controversy, too...I think that, regardless of political ideology, we can all agree that the political process must be put back into the hands of the people, and taken away from wealthy individuals and corporations. My greatest hope is that the Enron collapse, and the subsequent investigations (if ever something was screaming for an independent counsel, I'd say this is on the list), will get some real campaign finance reform passed, and maybe people will be so outraged that they'll actually register to vote, and participate in our government.
Shit, looks like I just rammed my foot into my mouth since space nerd Wil Wheaton DOES take himself seriously from time to time. I'm glad to know that the cud-chewing cattle at FARK graze from the pastures of his intellect for their political viewpoints, since lord knows it can be hard to beam your messages up to his space nerd trailer in Kansas. Luckily I got through to his planet in between devestating Klingon tornado attacks and space cat invasions and he was able to GET THE JUDGING TO ME.
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