Let me start by saying…. Many of my constituents are Brazilan and I have been honored with that certain friendship by my close Brazilan friends. Up to this point before I have to leave your country to go back to Illinois, let me say, that my goofy rearks and run-on sentences are in no way a slur on the Brazilans by me as Governor, or by the State of Illinois; nor is it meant to be; nor will I allow it to be. I sometimes talk too much and it gets ME into trouble, so … it’s me, not you. Brazilan Americans are the hardest working, most law abiding patriotic Americans of our country. It is a shame and a pity that I can not come up with one, by name…
The great Antonio Alfonseca also had six digits on each hand. He’s not Brazilian, and you guys don’t play baseball, so, this is the long way around the barn, but it brings me to my main point: Lincoln said….
“I can NOT emphasize enough, and you can write this down … We are speaking ‘American’ when I say ’soy’, not Spanish, and I am not mocking anything … heck ‘I’ AM Soy-Boy …so, yes, Portuguese, you - YOU speak Portuguese … Me, Quinn, ‘Soy-Boy’, NOT mocking or confusing Spanish …”
“On my last Trade Mission, a man, stopped me on the street … just stopped me and asked, … ‘Exuse me, do you have 6 fingers on your left hand?’ … confused, I pull my left hand out of my pocket and showed him that I had 5 fingers …Looking distraught, the young man thanked me for showing my left hand and then proceeded to tell me how this 6 finger man slaughtered his father … so …”
Then Jennings pulled the ball into his chest like this. It was clearly an interception. I know football! I could be a replacement Ref.!
Replacement workers are okay, you just have to be sure that A. they donated, and B they are somewhat competent. However a lot of A. will excuse less of B.
The league shouldn’t cave into the real refs and their demands!! Scott and I both agree that it is time to get rid of collective bargaining everywhere. He is still a little upset about Monday though.
I will put my name out there to be a replacement ref. After all I am not doing anything else right now. Can I wear a purple tie with my stripes?
A grateful and obviously emotional Governor Quinn contemplates his jump in the polls as he accepts the honorary title of “The Soy Boy from Ipanema” bestowed upon him by the Braizian Government.
When asked by a reporter what his plans were for the rest of the day, he smiled and replied that while he had the “tall” part worked out already, he was planning to hit the beach for a quick tan and to listen to the obligatory “aaahs” from the public as he took his first walk along the beach.
“We are very similar. Your state had two decades of military dictatorship, and I too fight against a savage dictator that controls my home land, allowing me to serve as little more than a powerless figurehead. My dream is that, one day, Illinois will follow your example will be a fully functioning democracy!”