1. I love Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. I love the idea of it. The fate of the world depends entirely on the dreams of two totally average guys, who get to use some of the world’s greatest leaders as pawns for their high school history report.
If there is a movie for the 99%, you can do worse than the adventures of William S. Preston, Esq., and Ted “Theodore” Logan. 
The adventures of Mitt Romney, for example, could be considered “worse.”
He ran a state that he’s embarrassed to say he’s from, and trusts two people from the most liberal town on the planet to convince the kind of people who think climate change is just Jesus giving the world a big ol’ group hug that they should forget about Romney’s flexibility on stuff that he says, because, dammit, Romney is their guy. 
His political journey of self-discovery is also dryly recounted in its very own Wikipedia article.
Solution: If you can convince Brookline to vote for you, you can convince anyone. 

    I love Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. I love the idea of it. The fate of the world depends entirely on the dreams of two totally average guys, who get to use some of the world’s greatest leaders as pawns for their high school history report.

    If there is a movie for the 99%, you can do worse than the adventures of William S. Preston, Esq., and Ted “Theodore” Logan. 

    The adventures of Mitt Romney, for example, could be considered “worse.”

    He ran a state that he’s embarrassed to say he’s from, and trusts two people from the most liberal town on the planet to convince the kind of people who think climate change is just Jesus giving the world a big ol’ group hug that they should forget about Romney’s flexibility on stuff that he says, because, dammit, Romney is their guy.

    His political journey of self-discovery is also dryly recounted in its very own Wikipedia article.

    Solution: If you can convince Brookline to vote for you, you can convince anyone.