Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Big Ten Chumps

80,68 Words
 
80-68 Final

Momma's pride

Momma's pride


Four Catholic men and a Catholic woman were having coffee after mass. The first Catholic man tells his friends, "My son is a priest, when
he walks into a room, everyone calls him 'Father'."

The second Catholic man chirps, "My son is a Bishop.  When he walks into a room people call him 'Your Grace'."

The third Catholic man says, "My son is a Cardinal.  When he enters a room everyone says 'Your Eminence'."

The fourth Catholic man says, "My son is the Pope.  When he walks into a room people call him 'Your Holiness'."

Since the lone Catholic woman was sipping her coffee in silence, the four men gave her a look and said, "Well....?"

She proudly replies, "I have a daughter, slim, tall, 38 Double D breasts, 24" waist, and 34" hips.  When she walks into a room,  people
say,  "OH My God."
Hucker

Stuff you can't do

5:30

It's Him It's Him


Shoe Thrower Shoe'd

Click

Now a trend

Ruh-Roh
Mosquitogate

Curmudgeonly & Skeptical

Clara the Cook

Great Depression Cooking
 

Clara Cannucciari is a 94 year-old piece of work. Her YouTube® Great Depression Cooking videos have an army of devoted followers. In Clara’s Kitchen, she gives readers words of wisdom to buck up America’s spirits, recipes to keep the wolf from the door, and tells her story of growing up during the Great Depression with a tight-knit family and a “pull yourself up by your bootstraps” philosophy of living.  Full episodes here.

Dirty Dancing

In Passing
 KC and the Moonshine Band

Ex-Miss Argentina dies after cosmetic surgery
Likely to become butt of jokes.

At War, Dems Dissemble
other times too

Sheriff Joe works against his stereotype
Doesn't shoot
protesters clearly deserving it.

Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore on Monday begged President Obama not to send more troops to Afghanistan.
Where's Sheriff Joe?

Terror by Trial Lawyer
Arlo Sphincter would make it easier for terrorists to sue.

badanov  Apparently google has killed the link in googlecode.com to the iPhone virus source code ( it';s written in c++ ).
I downloaded the whole subversion trunk so if anyone wants to files you know what to do.


John McCormack of The Weekly Standard has posted more embarrassing pictures of Katie Couric's dirty dancing

... more embarrassing pictures of Katie Couric's dirty dancing

Useless, but different

The pop-up book of phobias


Ambulance Chasers and other Democrats

A Rose By Any Other Name
is a filthy Democrat.

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 In Orwellian fashion, leftist organizations finding themselves discredited go, not for remedial cleansing action, but a name change.  Global Warming science becomes Climate Change.  ACORN, the systemically criminal "community organizers" so vital to Democrat's election fortunes, describe in a memo :

“The name ACORN has been dragged through the mud, and we are coming across a number of people and groups who want to work with us, want to support the work we have been doing, but feel that they can only do so if we change our name.”
 

The American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA), also deemed vital to sustaining Democrat Party rule, found themselves personified by sleazy television lawyers like Seinfeld's Jackie Chiles.  The solution?  All together now - Name change.  Voila! I give you the The American Association for Justice. 

Nothing but the name changed, of course.  The AJA is still "Protecting America's Civil Justice System," so long as there are deep pockets to be plumbed. Behavior that earned them public disapprobation continues unabated.  To wit: Trial lawyers launch Union Station ad blitz

Metro commuters shouldn't expect much feel-good holiday cheer when they pass through Union Station this December. That's because the American Association for Justice has bought up all the advertising space to remind Senate staffers that 98,000 people die each year from preventable medical errors.

The group, formerly known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, reserved the space to push back against a now-familiar Republican talking point that limiting the rewards from medical liability lawsuits would make health care more affordable for everyone. Republicans have seized on the potential savings to doctors and patients from capping these rewards as another reason to put strict limits in place as part of the health care overhaul. The Association for Justice wants to remind people why these lawsuits exist in the first place.

Panels blanketing the station's Metro stop will tell people passing through that, "98,000 patients may die annually from medical errors...That's like two 737s crashing every day for a while year...Tort law changes won't fix health care...Tell Congress to put patients first."

Your cross, Mr. Chiles.