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The saying “What Would Swayze Do?” is ten thousand times better than the saying “What Would Jesus Do?”

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On August 31, 2021 Mike Votava made the claim on his blog that the saying “What Would Swayze Do?” is ten thousand times better than the saying “What Would Jesus Do?”.

I have checked the facts and can confirm that it all checks out.

Contrary to unpopular belief, the saying “What Would Swayze Do?” is indeed exactly ten thousand times better than the saying “What Would Jesus Do?”.

In fact, some of the world’s leading Swayze scientists speculate that “What Would Swayze Do?” might even be one million times better than the “What Would Jesus Do?”

So Jesus, if you are reading this right now, feel free to suck it.

Consider this fact to be officially checked.

By | September 5th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Mike Votava’s copy of the book Born Standing Up by Steve Martin was stolen

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On March 33rd, 2021 Mike Votava made the claim that his copy of the book Born Standing Up by Steve Martin was stolen from him.

I have checked the facts and can confirm that it all checks out.

The book Born Standing Up was one of many possessions that were inside Mike Votava’s backpack that was stolen from him while having fun at a dive bar in Seattle. Other items included his recently used workout clothes and incredibly smelly workout shoes, a toothbrush, and a sandwich he had been saving for later. The backpack was briefly left unattended while Mike Votava brought down the house with a karaoke rendition of Peter Gabriel’s’ “Sledgehammer”. And that’s when the backpack, along with the book inside, was stolen from him.

Mike Votava was so mad when he realized what had happened that he smashed an almost full pint of beer on the table, sending shards of glass and beer in all directions. He was having a bad week.

Consider this fact to be officially checked.

By | March 23rd, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Mike Votava’s Dad always used to say “If it’s good enough for the Beatles, it’s good enough for me”

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On February 2nd, 2021, in a blog post published on mikevotava.com about his newest hit song “I Took A Nap Into Town”, Mike Votava claimed that his Dad always used to say, “If it’s good enough for the Beatles, it’s good enough for me”.

I have checked the facts and can confirm that this is not the case.

Mike Votava’s Dad has never once said, “If it’s good enough for the Beatles, it’s good enough for me”.

I firmly believe that this fact check is 100% accurate. If you believe, for whatever reason, that it may not be, please contact Mike Votava’s Dad immediately.

By | February 2nd, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments