Sid Miller

July 10, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller pops up every now and then to remind me that Donald Trump ain’t alone in his battle of voter humiliation.

Long time customers are familiar with Miller because I write about him a whole bunch.

He’s so crooked that when he dies, we’re going to have to screw him into the ground.

He’s also loopy.

Sid, who has never been in the military, almost daily prances out his pandering to the military.

Sid is just flat proud as punch that he can read upside down because you have to be “amazing” to do that. ¬†Hell, he even did it easily.

 

So stop whatever foolishness you’re doing and let Sid know if you can read upside down without standing on your head.

His latest?

 

 

Sid, CNN does not know who you are. ¬†However, I’ve got $20 cash American money that says CNN will be around a whole lot longer than Donald Trump.

 

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19 Comments to “Sid Miller”


  1. Marge Wood says:

    I thought everyone could read upside down.

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  2. Sid reminds me of a little kid who thinks he’s just the most wonderful thing on two legs because he can poop in the potty.

    At least I assume Sid can poop in the potty….

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  3. Wow! Reading upside down AND backwards!
    Incredible!

    I can’t wait to see if Sid soon discovers he can juggle two rubber balls? Or is capable of guessing a number between 1 and 10 in less than 8 attempts?

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  4. What about the optics of Texas Sid showing a preference for the Steelers over the Texans?

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  5. The skill of reading upside down is usually developed by snooping into the papers on the desk of the person you are talking to.

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  6. Jane & PKM says:

    That’s the downside of social media. Now our state and local embarrassments can take their st00pid national. Or, like their Cooter-in-Thief, they can be global embarrassments. The bats are out the belfry for all to see.

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  7. Somebody quick remind me what differentiates Sid from homo sapiens and other higher primates???

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  8. That Other Jean says:

    Gee, ol’ Sid and His Orangeness can do the most AMAZING things that ordinary people do all the time, except that they’re convinced they’re special. They’re special, all right, just not in the ways they think. Hey, Sid–I can write so you can only read it in a mirror, just like Jane Austen! Try that!

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  9. lumpkin says:

    His bragging about reading that upside down is a lot like awarding himself a blue ribbon when he doesn’t even qualify for a participation trophy. Only more cluelessly dumber. And people like this win elections in this country. My stars!

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  10. lumpkin says:

    Bet he got that in one of those mile deep endlessly forwarded emails on his AOL account. And everyone that forwarded it is convinced they are a genius.

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  11. I remember when there was a kid just like that in our neighborhood and he kept it up for years until somebody else was having a bad day and whacked him a really good one across his butt and yelled, “Grow that hell up, kid!”

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  12. slipstream says:

    No, it isn’t both backwards and upside down. It’s just upside down. It is Sid who is backwards.

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  13. Bruce Smith says:

    Couldn’t you use a NY Giant instead of a Steeler w/that a$$hole’s face, please ?

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  14. Oldymoldy says:

    What a loser! SAD!

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  15. Tilphousia says:

    Just what are the loopy Texas politicians drinking? It taking? As the most loopy are of the male variety, I’d guess it has to go with hair or their (very) little boy parts. Guess they’re just really good at lying and buying elections.

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  16. Lunargent says:

    After following his exploits, I’m impressed to learn that Ole Sid can read at all: Forwards, backwards, right-side-up, upside down, or sideways.

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  17. Leeanna says:

    Sid is wearing his hat a bit tight again, isn’t he?

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  18. Opinionated Hussy says:

    Thanks one and all for the giggles.

    And yes, I used to do this all the time as a reporter when interviewing politicos….I read every upside-down paper on their desks. That’s how I knew what was really going on and could ask them prescient questions. (And, Dear Sid, it’s not upside-down AND backwards. It’s just upside-down.)

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  19. Due to a seventh-grade typesetting class (real lead!) I can read backwards upside down mirror image type.

    It’s been handy, for the reasons above.

    I can also touch type with either hand…

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