Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Am I going too?

Origami Magic

Between the folds
This is a truly fantastical look at orgiastic origami.  The 10 minutes clip has voice sync problems, but if you have NetFlix, it's an instant view. I would generally only expect to see this mind bending ability in an idiot savant, but these guys can tie their own shoes and whistle Dixie.   I can't comprehend talent like this.
Cuzzin Ricky's tip

A Message From Batman

A Message From Batman

From linebacker to Snow White

Today's Thought Bubble

When I was a tad, girls who did porn looked
like, well, girls that would do porn.  I'm
oddly unsettled that  most of today's porn
"models" are so pretty  that I wouldn't have
had the nerve to ask them for a date.

-Dwight Eisenhower*

* I think

Boned Jello

Intra Union Food Fight

Precious! Unions Eating Selves
Union on strike against union
Boned Jello

Didn't  try to figure out the who's, what's or why's of it.  I just know what I like.


Ohio: Bush 50, Obama 42
A new GOP-boosting blockbuster from Rasmussen? Not quite: This comes from Kos’s new pollster, PPP.

The Bushitler over the Lightworker in the paradigm midwestern swing state — by eight points. On a gut level, that strikes me as more amazing than even yesterday’s Gallup blockbuster.
[Hot Air]
Boned Jello

Tom Mann

Light-bulb socialism

Bright Lights Done
in By Dim Bulbs

Boned Jello
“B eginning today, it is a crime to manufacture or ship for sale a traditional 75-watt incandescent light bulb in the European Union. Autocrats in Brussels last year declared war on Edison's greatest invention with a ban on 100-watt lamps. Homes throughout the Old World will continue to dim until incandescent lighting of all types is snuffed out in 2012 - the same year the United States is scheduled to begin a phaseout schedule mirroring the European plan. [... light-bulb socialism]
The enabling legislation was an early bellwether for what a Democrat congress was capable of,  after the 2006 elections gave them control.  Crafted by John Dingel, and signed, for god knows what reason, by Bush, it was a victory for the now discredited AGW movement. Fit nicely with Democrat distaste for bright lighting, too.
Dingel's Bright Idea
If you've tried to purchase 100, or even 75 watt incandescent light bulbs lately, you know that manufacturers, cued no doubt by retailers, are already in compliance.  The ceiling floods we've been forced to buy are a disaster.  Switch on the kitchen light, and wait about 5 minutes.  That's how long it takes before full brightness is achieved.  Add it to the list of things  that must be repealed.

Two years ago, New Zealanders faced an imminent ban. The National Party, at the time in the minority, made overturning the light-bulb scheme a priority in its campaign against the ruling Labor government. The public responded favorably to the party that proclaimed that it "stands for freedom, choice, independence and ambition." In December 2008, the National Party  government overturned the light-bulb ban. Republican challengers seeking an edge over Democrats in November could learn a few things from the Kiwis. [ibid]

Jack Boots a coming ...

Subtleties be damned -
Full speed ahead!
Boned Jello
Not content with altering the nation's constitutional infrastructure, Obama is removing its trappings. Like the Stars and Stripes.  Nothing subtle about this guy, is there?  In noting the remake of the DOJ website -  replacing the red, white and blue with Jack-Boot Black, the American Thinker relates this interesting tid-bit.
Boned Jello
And at the top of the page, is a rather interesting quote:

    "The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people."

Catchy, huh? Just one tiny little (too small to be relevant obviously) point -- the quote is from C. Wilfred Jenks, who in the 1930's was a leading proponent of the "international law" movement, which had as its goal to impose a global common law and which backed ‘global workers' rights.'

Call it Marxism, call it Progressivism, call it Socialism -- under any of those names it definitely makes the DOJ look corrupt in their sleek, new black website with Marxist accessories to match.

See for yourself:
Goes nicely with Justice Sotomayor and Justice Kagan, wot? 

Marc Miller