Daniel Larison, a writer for The American Conservative and Politico, wrote a post about Florida Senator Marco Rubio suggesting in the sub head that “Marco Rubio is going nowhere”. I, Sativa Sue, a beautiful fragrant bud of Sativa Marjiuana interviewed the concept “Nowhere” to get its thoughts on Marco Rubio’s future.
Sativa Sue: Hello Nowhere. Should I use a capital or lower case when writing your name?
Nowhere: Whatever suits your purpose. I’m ambivalent.
Sativa Sue: So Nowhere is ambivalent.
Nowhere: Don’t even think about starting a “who’s on first” bullshit copycat bit.
Sativa Sue: So now Nowhere is angry.
Nowhere: Let’s move past this crap. I’m flummoxed actually.
Sativa Sue: Why?
Nowhere: Mr Larison suggested Marco Rubio is headed to Nowhere. Mr. Larison says this as if the honorable Senator Rubio would be welcome here at Nowhere.
Sativa Sue: So Nowhere has restrictions on who you let in?
Nowhere: We call them guidelines and they are not really that restrictive. It’s harder to get into a community college than into Nowhere.
Sativa Sue: Is Nowhere racist, meaning you don’t let folks with a latino Cuban heritage into Nowhere?
Nowhere: God no. Nowhere welcomes anyone regardless of their race, creed, color, sex, income, country of origin and income.
Sativa Sue: Ok. I’m getting nowhere with you. Can you share your reasons you would block Rubio from Nowhere?
Nowhere: Nowhere would prefer to keep hypocrites and douchbags out of Nowhere.
Sativa Sue: Where should Rubio go?
Nowhere: Somewhere else.
Sativa Sue: Hey Somewhere Else, do you want Rubio?
Somewhere Else: Fuck no. He can go to hell.
Sativa Sue: Hell. How would you feel if Rubio knocked on your front door.
Hell: He’s already in here.
Sativa Sue: Well. I guess we know were Marco Rubio’s future lies. What do you want to do next?
Nowhere, Somewhere Else and Hell: Can you get us high?
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