Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
Now that Hell has frozen over, I don’t quite know what to think. The Chicago Cubs have finally won the World Series, which was dependent, as we all know, on Hell freezing over. Another thing that requires subterranean climate change is Donald Trump getting elected president.
I’m feeling confused by all this.
There might be some other things — good things — that needed the leg up of Hell freezing over, but I can’t think of any at the moment. All I can think about is what is going to happen next Tuesday. Maybe a lot of people think Hillary Clinton can be president only if Hell freezes over. But then you get into some hypotheticals like, her Supreme Court nominees would be confirmed only when Hell freezes over, which it now has, so. Or Bill Clinton will behave for four or eight years only when Hell freezes over. Check. Looking pretty good so far.
On the other side of the coin, now that Hell has frozen over, will President Donald Trump honor the office he so inexplicably holds, surprising all his critics and making us glad that the psychopathic half of the population prevailed after all?
I’m an atheist anyway, so I don’t believe in Hell.
I believe in global warming.