Should we care about whether Rex Tillerson called Trump a "f*****g moron?" No. But has that ever stopped us before? Twitter and news reports are flush with conflicting reports about this extremely important matter. Did Rex call Trump a moron? Did he call him a "f*****g" moron? He hasn't denied it--so does that make it true? Does any of this matter? What are we even doing? Are we all just specks hurling through space on a giant rock??
This momentous event has brought about statements like, "CNN has now also confirmed Tillerson called Trump a 'moron,'" and "State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert on Oct. 4 refuted a report that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called President Trump a 'moron.'" There are no reports yet on whether Tillerson called Trump a "nasty ho-bag" and got mad after Trump stole his date to the prom.
I want everyone to take a breath and really look at this situation. Whether or not Tillerson called trump a "f*****g moron," we're all still going to die eventually. We have a finite amount of time on this earth. We are flames quickly traveling down the necks of matches. Do we want to spend our short, sweet time, wondering what possible insults were belched from the fiery jowls of Rex Tillerson? Because remember this: every minute you spend thinking about Tillerson's jowls, is a minute you could spend not thinking about Tillerson's jowls.
You can't take it with you. So, they didn't.
These guys make the Joker look like a well-adjusted citizen.
A lot of medical problems read like horror movie scripts.
Oh boy, let's take a deep dive.
Revenge is a lot of things, but most often, it's just a knee-jerk reaction.