The Original Fake Steve Ballmer – Exiled by Blogger!


Bill at CFFSB Again! A Man of Intelligence and Stamina!

At this quarter’s CFFSB Luncheon we had our very first repeat speaker!
“A man of intelligence and stamina” as he terms himself, none other than ex-president William Jefferson Clinton!
During his speech, Bill addressed the rumors that he may be called to take on my job should the ZunePhone, ZunePad and stock price go down in flames in the next few months! Bill said:
“… I have full confidence in Stephanos and his team! Hey, everybody has a few bad years, believe me I know! Steve like myself is a man of intelligence and amazing stamina! As for rumors that I would take his job, well, just let me say that my hands are almost always full! Any such thing happening is highly unlikely.”
He then looks at me, raises his glass of Boones-Farm and toast:
“My friend, you are a gemntleman and a scholar! One whose depth of character is unquestioned in all areanas of life! Mozoltov my friend!”
The crowd stood in applause, Bill exited out the side door. He said he had to leave early because of “pressing matters,” I understood naturally.
If anybody were to ever take my place though, I think he would be the guy!


The Good Old Days

Swing Low Sweet Charriot

Yes, I Compared Bill Gates to Chairman Mao, and?

maoamoWhat is all of the fuss about? Moa was a historic figure whose actions will be studied for centuries to come, the same is true for Bill. I studied Moa in college and you know he wasn’t all that bad a guy, I mean, most people don’t know what’s best for them, “they must be guided, lead in the way, taught habbits that unify the whole for the individual is nothing”.
If you are not the CEO of a worldwide corporation I guess you cannot really appreciate some of Moa’s philosophy. As far as I am concerned his main problem was just that he didn’t believe in PROFIT! … but then again, most democrats don’t either.

I Liked Herm!

The Toxic Flickr Protest

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LOL, about a dozen of my supporters took me a little too literally when I wrote in the last Ballmer Review Quarterly that,

“…. Flickr does not recognize art or beauty, they ony want pictures of kittens and babies in flowery fields! Their attitude towards genius and true creativity make them a toxic festering stew. Fight, fight the power!”

So being freshly energized by my rhetoric, they bought bio-hazard suits and wet down to Flickr headquarters to protest. I love these guys (in a non-freaky-boyboy way)!


Ballmer OUT!



It’s an old debate which has once again bubbled to the surface of our culture:


In our quest to be generous, inclusive and understanding of the diversities of sentient beings, maybe we have gone too far? Maybe in our zeal to not make others not feel bad, we have allowed ourselves to be duped into accepting things which are counter to our own best interest. I propose ladies and gentlemen that we have made a grave mistake when we have chosen to look away and not seriously look into the question of:


Have we devolved so far culturally and intellectually that we cannot recognize what is standing directly before us? Why do we refuse to accept the fact that there is a such thing as monsters? We even elect them to Congress? Are we insane? The first step is to gather our courage and confront the issue head-on by answering the question:



I think most of you can easily ascertain where I stand on the issue.

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