Sunday, August 15, 2010

Today's fart joke

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Amanpour’s Panel Hails Obama’s ‘Courage,’ ‘Leadership’ and ‘Great Global Message’ on Mosque

Nature film makers

Humming Bird Video

Behind the Scenes of "Hummingbirds"
Samurai Teresa from Virginia just sent this.  Mo Sup is making popcorn as we speak ... .

We're the sheep

West Wing of White House is covered
As seen from the Rose Garden, The West Wing of the
White House is covered in white tarp Sunday, Aug. 15, 2010.…

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Climate Exposers

Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up.

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Add to your list of must read Man-Caused Global Warming agnostics The Daily Bayonet's Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up.  Whereas the nonpareil Anthony Watts (Watts up with that) operates in strict adherence to the scientific method in unmasking climate-fraudsters, Bayonet takes a vaudevillian approach. A snippet from this week's Round-Up. 

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore became El Gore for a day and went to Mexico.  The man who criticized ‘media censorship’ of the Gulf oil spill promptly locked the media out of his event and no-one was allowed to talk about how much he got paid, or who picked up the bill for his talk about global warming.

The Goreacle is having a hard time adjusting to the news that the Democrats have abandoned a climate bill and he is not gracious in defeat, lashing out at media for not covering global warming in the way he commanded.  The WSJ came in for some special invective:

Gore bitterly blamed a “biased right-wing media … bolstered by professional deniers.” Gore claimed the Wall Street Journal published 30 editorial and news articles about Climategate and “not a single one presented [his] side of the science.”

Think about this.  If the Democrat Media Complex had been completely successful, our last three (one-term) presidents would have been  Gore, Kerry, and Obama. JFC!

Celebrating the Outrageous

In Ground Zero Tradition ...
Ford's Theatre/Petersen's House
(202) 426-6924

511 10th Street, NW (between E and F Streets), Washington, DC

Ford's Theatre and museum:  9am-5pm daily; closed December 25
Petersen House: 9am-5pm daily; closed December 25
Timed entry tickets, available at the site, are required to tour the Theatre; tickets can be reserved online.  Admission charged for play performances.


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The site of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in April of 1865 has been open to the public since 1968.  The building itself has a colorful history, having started as a Baptist church.  After Lincoln’s assassination, the theatre was closed, but served intermittently as a museum, office space and storage facility.  A restoration effort started in 1954 brought the theatre back, and theatrical events still performed on its stage.  At the museum located in the theatre, you will find artifacts related to the assassination, including the gun and knife used by John Wilkes Booth in the attack.


The Petersen House, where the mortally-wounded Lincoln was taken after the attack and later died, is located directly across the street, and now is home to the Daughters of the Confederacy.

In a comment, snack eater suggested that "we should help the Branch Davidians build a temple two blocks from the former site of the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. Or how about helping the Westboro Baptist Church build a new place of worship in downtown San Francisco? The possibilities are endless."

Indeed they are. My first thought  was to cede the Petersen House, where Lincoln died, to the  Daughters of the Confederacy.   I can think of scads more, and I bet you can too.  Chip in:

In _____ We Trust

Laurel & Hardy

Comfort Food

The Cycle of Flossing



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Moslems or Mahometans

Mahometans it is

Snackeater "... but when I was a kid, adherents to Islam were called moslems."

Young lad - when I was a mere youth, they were called Mahometans:

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"3. That a moderate Government is most agreeable to the Christian Religion, and a despotic Government to the Mahometan.

4. Consequences from the Character of the Christian Religion, and that of the Mahometan. From the characters of the Christian and Mahometan religions, we ought, without any further examination, to embrace the one and reject the other: for it is much easier to prove that religion ought to humanise the manners of men than that any particular religion is true.

It is a misfortune to human nature when religion is given by a conqueror. The Mahometan religion, which speaks only by the sword, acts still upon men with that destructive spirit with which it was founded."

But I digress.
# posted by Blogger ZZMike : 8/15/10 5:52 AM


First we kill all the lawyers ... I mean media

Reporter tells Republican Harmon
challenger to take a hike.

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Don’t call or e-mail us – we’ll call you if we’re interested. And if you haven’t got it yet, we’re not interested.
If this surprises you, you are not paying attention.”