“On a quick trip to Florida for the Daytona 500, Romney got drenched with rain, was booed by fans, and made three comments for which he was roundly mocked by the press: a declaration of his love for “cars and sport”; his chiding of some onlookers for their ponchos, which he called “fancy raincoats . . . you really sprung for the big bucks”; and a Richie Rich reference to his “great friends who are Nascar team owners.”—Double Down - Game Change 2012
Ballmer ended his emotional speech with Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes’ “I’ve had The Time of My Life” playing in the background before he screamed “I’ve had the time of my life” and continued to dance and run around the stage.
My moral philosophy is founded on the idea that there is an objective reality, and that man’s senses can perceive this objective reality. This faculty, which is man’s reason, is paramount above all else. He takes for evidence only his own experience, his own judgment, and that is why I do not hesitate to say, objectively, definitively, that “Caddyshack” is the year’s best movie.
Rodney Dangerfield plays a self-made man who is not ashamed of his ambition, who does not apologize for his success, and who gets excitement from the joyful reality that we are all going to get laid if we are willing to be productively selfish and to stop coddling the weak. In other movie news, I did not like how easily the boy escaped Jack Nicholson in “The Shining.” I have solved all the hedge mazes in the United States and Europe, and I can tell you they are not that complicated.