About the slack chats

The slack chats were the brainchild of yammering subversives John Hunter and Terry Vent. It was inevitable that they would combine their two favorite things — yammering and slacking — into an art form. Plus they stole the idea from Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.

These two jokers had been off the grid for decades, traveling the Pacific Rim and trading inflatable Chuck Grassley dolls to the natives for Polynesian weed in between trips to the Witness Protection Program. One of them is in a cult and the other one sells insurance; I can never remember which one sold his soul to an evil demagogue and which one sells flowers at the airport. They call themselves radical centrists, which I think means they hate everybody.

Their voting record is all over the map; they’ve cast ballots for chronic losers in the major parties, third parties and unaffiliated scum. Neither one of them voted for Trump (even unaffiliated scum supporters have standards) but they think Ivanka is super hot.

Enjoy the madness.


D.B. Cooper (shh.)