Wednesday, November 5, 2008

A Historic Day In Our Nation's History

Ladies and gentlemen, today is a historic day for our nation and the world as a whole. Never before has a greater man accomplished so much for the greater good. Never before has America been indebted so much to the ingenuity of one man. Our country ought to be united for change in light of this man's contribution.

It was on November 5, 1955, Dr. Emmett L. Brown was hanging a clock while standing on his toilet. The porcelain was wet, and he slipped. He fell and hit his head on the edge of the sink. When he awoke, he had a vision of the flux capacitor. Yes, today is a great day indeed. It is the 53rd anniversary of the flux capacitor.

...and you thought I was going to talk about Obama. :)

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