Thursday, April 22, 2010

Muhammad South Park clip

Viacom/Comedy Central
respond not to decency, but
threats ... .

One final thing that bugged me about Comedy Central censoring all mention of "Muhammed" in last night's South Park.  While creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have no respect for anybody, the network yields only to threats from Islamo MoFos.  The "beeps" mean Muhammed's name was spoken, but as you can see, the closed caption guys didn't get the message.  Watch the segue from Muhammed, to Buddha snorting coke, and accusing Jesus of having an Internet porn prollem.  Didn't bother anybody at Viacom a bit.

Never have that mess again ...


My god but we're a clumsy bunch of jack-a-napes! I was hoping to find the very best of this ilk; one I've been trying to capture for several years.  The commercial is for a portable sewing machine piece of crap, and the money shot has the clumsy homemaker holding a corded Singer sewing machine up to her drapery, trying to stitch a seam, or something.  I know you've seen it.  Anyway, this is a fun walk in that same neighborhood.

Cuzzin Ricky

Kay Hagen - EGAD!

NC Senator Kay Hagan refuses to answer
how HC Mandate is Constitutional

Sen.Kay Hagen (NC ACORN) is a pistol.  She benefited more from ACORN's work on her behalf than did Al Franken in Minnesota. She holds Town Hall meetings on Obamacare in  --- Washington D.C.?!?. And she's as good a conman what ever sold bibles to widows in North Carolina. She's damned lucky not to face reelection this year.  Listen to her responses when asked where in the U.S. Constitution it says North Carolina citizens can be forced to buy ANYTHING?

The ironic valediction is my favorite part of the clip. Hagan talks about the necessity of providing “financial literacy” to students in a run-on sentence that defies diagramming, all while resolutely refusing to expose her illiteracy of Constitutional theory and practice. If the entire display wasn’t so depressing, I’d be laughing, too. (Hot Air)

Boned Jello

Three Clips

Who's racist here?

I cobbled together three clips, spanning three decades, that demonstrate the Democrat Media Complex's love affair with racism, and race baiting. 

Towel Head

By your leave

Boned Jello

Who among us didn't return home from basic training, and ask at the dinner table, "pass the fu--ing potatoes please?"   This Marine would have been happy with so insignificant a slip, as Tim W tells it.

He recently came back from a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Having not seen his wife for several months, he was looking forward to a night of hot passionate sex with her.

Unfortunately, she came out of the shower with a towel wrapped round her head..... and he shot her!!

Conservative women v Liberal dogs

Beauty ... and

Tim W

South Park Censored Again

Boned Jello
idea by
Now "South Park" can't even say the words "Prophet Muhammad."

After last week's episode of the Comedy Central series sparked a threat (and yes, it was certainly a threat) from a radical Islamic website, the network has cracked-down-for-their-own-good on creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone during last night's continuation of the show's storyline.

Last night, "South Park" continued the controversial Muhammad storyline, but with a key difference: every instance of the words "Prophet Muhammad" was bleeped out, making the episode practically incomprehensible, especially to anybody who missed the previous week.

The character of Muhammad was once again also hidden from view, covered by a large block labeled "censored."  [South Park Studios response]

Comedy Central is owned by lefty Via Com, so it is not surprising that they'd fold like a bad poker hand in the face of threats to their sorry asses.  A few years ago, when South Park first attempted to show Muhammad, the network censored it, claiming it was "because they're religiously tolerant"

"No you're not," Stone retorted. "You're afraid of getting blown up. That's what you're afraid of. Comedy Central copped to that, you know: 'We're afraid of getting blown up.'"

Win-Win Bra

Push-Up by Chantelle
Boned Jello
If you know that  Push-Up by Chantelle is a Ultra Invisible Push-up Underwire Bra, then this ad (Leo Burnett Brussels) is deliciously effective  If you don't know that, it is also deliciously effective. Win-win.

Objection from a drunken sailor

Luckiest pilot ever?

Your Time Is not UP

As I understand it, he attended 6:30 morning mass, voted a straight Republican ticket, stopped by the florist and sent his wife a dozen "I love You" roses before giving blood at the Red Cross, then drove to the airfield.



Obama's Himmler (and Holder's Schicklgruber)

Eric Holder blocks
polling-place investigation
Boned Jello
Justice Department blocks polling-place investigation
Now the Justice Department is obstructing the U.S. Civil Rights Commission's investigation into this case. If two white men had donned police uniforms or white robes and terrorized a voting place, we can be certain the Justice Department would have brought the full force of the law to bear against the perpetrators and vindicated the right to vote - and properly so. In this case, however, the perpetrators were black, and the uniforms they wore bore the insignia of the New Black Panther Party, a black supremacist organization.

Sanctimonious Pelosi goon Henry Waxman's Government Reform Committee, would today be in its 16th month of investigations had this been a Republican Administration.    Holder and Obama are today's Lenin-Dzerzhinsky
(Or Hitler-Himmler)

  - Pure evil.  And speaking of Obamumists ..

Bill would widen Clean Water Act
House Democrats pushed forward Wednesday with an effort to delete the word "navigable" from the ..

Battle lines forming over court shortlist
Members of both political parties began drawing battle lines Wednesday after President Obama met with ...

Where'e the arrest warrant?

Islamos issue warning to ‘South Park’
"You're Next" photo of murdered filmmaker,
Described Colorado retreat owned by Stone & Parker
Boned Jello
Prophet Mohammed disguised as Heywood Jablowme the Bear

Contacted by CNN, the author of the post, Abu Talhah al Amrikee, said that providing the addresses was not intended as a threat to the creators of South Park but to give people the opportunity to protest.