Friday, September 17, 2010

Bicentennial Countdown Clock Count-Up: Day 001

As we speculated nearly two years ago, the Bicentennial has come and gone, the confetti and the streamers have all been swept up, and the massive, ugly Soviet-style Countdown Clock is still cemented firmly in place.


Our guess is that it will either be re-christened as a monument to the Bicentennial itself, or it will be re-set as a countdown to the Tricentennial, which is only 36,524 days away.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It could be turned into a Pemex pump.

Sheriff Joe said...

It could be set to display how many days Arizona's SB1070 immigration law has been in effect. Thereby subjecting immigrants to murder, torture, kidnapping, rape and also annonying the hell out of the staff at Burro Hall.

Arizona Racists said...

Damn Arizona Xenphobes !!!!

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According to the head of customs for Mexico's tax administration, Raúl Díaz, in order to stop boats carrying contraband, the southern Mexican state of Chiapas is building a wall along the border river Suchiate, similar to the one the United States is building along its southern border with Mexico.

"It could also prevent the free passage of illegal immigrants," admitted the Mexican official.

Smugglers use the Suchiate River to move products across an international border without paying duty taxes, but at the same time, thousands of Central and South Americans cross the river in their attempts to reach the United States in search of opportunity - and without the required documents.

Burro Hall said...

Maybe you should suggest that the gringos build a wall to ensure they all pay duty taxes on their cocaine. Arizona racists love taxes.