Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Maybe the White House Intruder Was Inspired By This?





When I read about the White House Keystone Kops' response to the Undocumented Intruder who crashed the gate, this was the first thing I thought of.



Apparently, life imitates Hollywood.

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  1. Only took a few years for it to imitate it haha

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    1. The wheels of bureaucracy turn mighty slow.

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  2. You're right, Al...this is the White House Intruder inspiration! My graphic just had a few more turns and wanderings, ha ha. Perhaps he would have gotten further along if he had taken the straight route.

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    1. I'm sure you figured it out, but you were the actual inspiration for this post. Thank you!

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  3. My most important question: Where was the dog? The dog would have taken care of everything. And I don't mean Beau. I mean the Malinois on duty.

    Love,
    Janie

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  4. I immediately noted that the intruder's name was Gonzales, possibly a relative of Speedy Gonzales. He must have smelt the Big Cheese in the White House.

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  5. I've always loved Monty Python, particularly The Life of Brian.

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    1. I wonder why...? :-)
      The Life of Brian is my second favorite Monty Python movie.
      The Meaning of Life is a distant third.

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  6. Did MP have the part about the atmosphere collapsing?

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    1. I'm not sure. I think I'll have to look at You Tube.

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  7. sounds about right

    the scandal is pretty embarrassing of how not-so-well the ss are doing their jobs. Sounds like they need someone a little bit more skilled, like Paul Blart Mall Cop

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    1. In fact, I think I made the Paul Blart reference somewhere. Maybe they could all use segues?
      BTW, was the Secret Service abbreviated like that- ss - on purpose? If so, nicely done!

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  8. I have no idea where the inspiration came from.... but I sure do love how you mind works.

    I know... I'm seeing help for my affection of your intellect. :)

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  9. I knew that was Monty Python even before I saw the title at the top of the video! It just seemed Monty Python-ish.

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    1. It prompted me to watch quite a few clips from that movie. My favorite scene remains the Black "None Shall Pass" Knight.

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  11. Only you would come up with this! I think you may be right.
    I loved Monty Python...

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    1. It was the very first thing which occurred to me when I read the news. I think this says a lot about me.

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  12. This seems highly accurate. So wise!

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