Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Parental Porn Blocker

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Tim W was reminded of this Conan bit by this morning's Saturday Morning Cereal toon.

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The Pope and some evil mfkrs

Then there's this ...
I've abstained from getting into the current Pope thing, but will now as a secular issue.  Under the organized, and trumped up guise  of Benedict's action in Germany, in regard pedophile priests, he, and with him the church,  are enduring a blistering assault.    Catholic leftists are no different than their Jewish counterparts.  When it comes to imposing a political agenda, it's Party first,  Party second, and Party third. Cardinal Ratzinger's elevation to Pope was viewed the same way, for the same reason, and by the same people,who went nuts when Dubya was elected president.   Ratzinger was not a man to trade principles for kind words from the New York Times, which is what they want in their Pope.   This is about moral authority baby.  A stumbling block for any wishing to implement the statist religion.  If you're interested, read this. 

The Pope and the New York Times

Cardinal Ratzinger did more than anyone to hold abusers accountable.

If being on the New York Times hit list doesn't persuade you that this is political, try this -

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FWIW, We went to the 7 AM Easter Mass, got there a little early, and were stunned to find the church parking lot nearly filled.  I know, there are a lot of Easter Sunday Catholics, but we've never experienced anything like this.  My guess (or is it hope?) is that everything going on out there is beginning to resonate.

Micky Kaus Runs

Whoa! Kaus Challenges Boxer
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 Kaus is, in my book, indeed a "common sense" democrat of long standing.  I wish him well.

Cartoon crime

Cartoon Law goes live
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UK outlaws dirty cartoons depicting cartoons under the age of 18. And cartoons of under 18 years of age cartoons watching other, over the age of 18 cartoons doing dirty things.

So, I guess it would be okay, if the first panel of the comic shows all the cartoon characters holding up UK issued ID cards indicating that they were over the age of 18 at the time the comic was drawn.

Or, I guess, all cartoons must have large breasts, thick armpit and leg hair, and perhaps mustaches, which would not be typical in under the age of 18 cartoons.

Or maybe wear cartoon burkhas and sunglasses, so that juries cannot tell by looking at their eyes that the cartoons are under the age of 18. Perspective must also be well established, to indicate that all cartoons are at least 6' tall, including humanoid, but non-human entities, like fairies, elves, and manga chibi characters.

I think that about covers it (
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I think this is what he's talking about

Now it's acceptable

Now it's acceptable

Now it's acceptable

Now it's acceptable
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The Great Plantation Escape


In Solidarity
They've been called Oreos, traitors and Uncle Toms, and are used to having to defend their values. Now black conservatives are really taking heat for their involvement in the mostly white tea party movement — and for having the audacity to oppose the policies of the nation's first black president. [Black conservative tea party backers take heat]


The morning purge

Blowout Specials

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MoSup watches the network morning shows so I don't have to, and reports that the big story on every one of them was the"necessity"  for a tax on soda pop.  Extrapolate.   Here's some more stuff  to dissolve that morning boner.
  •  "They're saying, 'Where do we get the free Obama care, and how do I sign up for that?'
  • NASA outsources Space Shuttle to Russkies
  • Volcker: Tax our way out of Depression, value-added tax "not as toxic an idea" as it has been in the past; carbon or other energy-related tax may become necessary.
  • IRS:  tap tax returns for health insurance penalties...
  • "Global war on terror" becomes "countering violent extremism."


Another "How in the Hell did I miss this!?!"
In War Between States and Feds, Utah Strikes Latest Blow

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Yes, LBers, you’ve read that correctly: a state has invoked eminent domain in order to take back land from the feds. - WSJ
So, when some federal judge says they can't do that, what?

We need another civilian army -- with pitchforks

Barry gets his personal army
who inserted this into the Obamacare bill?
We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded. -   Barack Obama-July 2 2008, Colorado Springs speech

Here's Judge Napolitano on some of the consequences of Barry's sneak establishment of that civilian army.  And more.

Lara's meme

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