THIS IS A TEST of the Nick Claussen Blog System. If this were an actual emergency, such as if I were out of cheesecake or doughnuts or if my television wasn’t working, you would have been instructed to bring me snacks or to invite me to your home to watch television and eat doughnuts.
Because this is a TEST of the Blog System, though, here are a few questions: Continue reading “This is a test alert”
Earlier this month, some members of my family claimed that the dog peed on the floor.
During a recent historic summit/nap, I sat down with Scooter the dog and discussed this issue, along with other amazing and incredible topics that I can’t talk about. Here are some of the results of our discussion: Continue reading “I have no reason to believe that the dog would have peed on the floor”
Dear Mr. Trump
I hope this open letter finds you well.
I was truly astonished when I read about your proposal for the new Space Force, so I wanted to send you my application as soon as possible. Continue reading “My application for the Space Force!”
In order to make everything great again great (megag), I have decided that it would be best to emulate our country’s top leader when making my own phone calls. And since the President’s phone conversations to foreign leaders have been printed in some amazing articles, I have also decided to release my own transcripts. Continue reading “Trump’s phone style works great in real life; it’s the best style ever”
Now that Donald Trump is about to become our next President, I thought it was important to learn a little more about him.
This does not deal with politics, as I am fairly confident that he reads this blog and I do not want to be audited or have my domain name somehow shifted to a new online casino, even though it would undoubtedly be the best online casino ever.
The internet is filled with facts about our soon-to-be-president, here are a few I found interesting: Continue reading “The best Donald Trump facts column out there. Really, it’s great, super. Probably the best writing ever. Amazing work by me.”
The world has changed a great deal since the 2016 Presidential Campaign started back in 2014, but soon life will be getting back to normal.
Now that the election season is (hopefully) pretty much over, though, I wonder what we are all supposed to do with our time now? What should we do instead of worrying about how bad things will be if our candidate doesn’t win?
Continue reading “The end of the election season brings up new questions and my lunch”