A few weeks ago, I was walking my dog through the neighborhood and stumbled across this amazing yard sign:
Yep, I live in the same neighborhood as a Joe Exotic for President supporter. Well, at least I think they are supporters. It could be an ironic yard sign, but I doubt it. It was in front of one of those houses where somebody converted a garage into a regular room. If anyone is going to support Joe Exotic, it would have to be one of those people. Never trust them. They'll make your neighborhood go downhill faster than you can say "Oh no, they're building a Walmart down the street!" Seriously, those people are awful. They bring drugs. They bring crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.
Anyway, it looks like Joe Exotic's fledgling presidential campaign got a big boost. Towards the end of last night's "Inside the NBA," Shaq apparently announced that he's purchased two tigers from Joe Exotic:
I don't know if Shaq actually purchased any tigers, but he has been to the animal dungeon known as Joe Exotic's GW Animal Park and Zoo. Check out the following video from 2014:
I had no clue this video existed. That's probably good, because it was about as boring as watching Shaq on Inside the NBA. Seriously, I'd rather listen to a Sports Animal producer lookup Andre Roberson's stats for Regular Jim Traber than listen to The Big Aristotle mumble tired clichés about sports. He should have at least dressed up like a genie to make the video interesting.
Anyway, I was going to include an update on Joe's presidential campaign, but I got distracted while Googling his name:
I don't know about you, but I'd much rather watch Pretty Woman Lover than try to dig up some Joe Exotic presidential stuff. Since you're still reading this, which is about as disturbing as converting a garage to a normal room, I bet you'll agree: