September 28, 2018
Here is how I would have handled that hearing.
Confirmation Hearing for BBB
Senator: "Mr. Bell are you happy with the huevos rancheros we imported for you from Sophia's in Gila Bend, Arizona?"
BBB: "Yes, I very much appreciate the food gesture of good will."
Senator: "Perhaps someday you will try some authentic Mexican food from my great state of New Mexico."
BBB: "In my opinion, any state where the vast majority of Mexican food restaurants serve store bought tortillas cannot in good conscious call itself authentic in any way."
Senator: "Are you a virgin, Mr. Bell?"
BBB: "No, sir, I am not."
Senator: "Do you remember when it happened that you lost your virginity?"
BBB: "It was April 14, 1964."
Senator: "Can you be more specific?"
BBB: "Yes, it was at a place called White Cliffs, which is a favorite parking spot about one-half mile north of the Kingman, Arizona Courthouse. And it was in a 1964 Nash Rambler."
Senator: "So you lost your virginity in the back seat of an old car?"
BBB: "No, it was a brand new car, and the front seat folded down into a bed."
Senator: "Back in those days, would you consider yourself a gentleman?"
BBB: "No, sir, I was a complete horndog and I thought about nothing else but getting laid for years on end."
Senator: "Would you say you were selective in who you attempted to sleep with?"
BBB: "Anything that moved, sir."
Senator: "Do you believe in God, Mr. Bell?"
BBB: "I believe in the teachings of Squibe, Moon and Nay."
Senator: "Do they subscribe to the teachings of Jesus Christ?"
BBB: "No, sir, they are Haulapai In-dins but they do take the name of Jesus in vain quite a bit."
Senator: "And what do these Native Americans espouse?"
BBB: "Moon likes to say: 'What if I told you the left wing and the right wing are from the same bird.'"
Senator: "I think it's safe to say you have no business being a Supreme Court Justice."
BBB: "Truer words were never spoken."
Senator: "Any last words?"
BBB: "Yes, good luck with that frat brat."
GO BOZE! I'll vote for you!ReplyDelete
HA! I beat you by five years; beat is not right, maybe I was five years earlier in a 1959 Nash Rambler which my parents bought new and had the seats covered in clear plastic in anticipation of my prowess and making a mess...I never did find the blue nylon stocking that disappeared in the car 59 years ago...that Nash put a lot of fear in the hearts of Corvette owners dragging in center city...ReplyDelete
As compared to all those mutton-free "Navajo Tacos" ya'll foist on unwary tourists in Arizona?Delete
BTW, in a joint staff/patron effort, we finally got our local library (Clovis, NM), to carry True West. I'm hoping it will serve as a gateway drug to the library's Southwest Collection, which is extensive.