Saturday, November 13, 2010

Love-Caution Ang Lee

Lust, Caution

Love-Caution Ang Lee

I began watching Lust Caution and paused it to watch the Terps-Virginia game.  Five minutes later I ditched the game and finished to movie.  That means 5 Stars right there.  The bad guys (guy, actually) here are Chinese collaboratists - e.g. Vichy govt in France; in the U.S. -  during Japan's occupation.  Has everything.  The violence is violent, the sex is steamy, the colors colorful and the story line cohesive.  Loved it. PS - ignore the language warning unless you speak Cantonese - English subtitled.


Someone must pay!
Council bureaucrats have stripped gingerbread men of their gender and renamed them gingerbread ‘persons’ on menus for 400 primary schools.
Of course you know what I'm compelled to do, don't you?   That's right.  Rollover!

Good as any reason



Too serious to be funny

Road Show Lessons
The world won't follow slow-growth, weak-dollar America.
Has there ever been a major economic summit where a U.S. President and his Treasury Secretary were as thoroughly rebuffed as they were at this week's G-20 meeting in Seoul? We can't think of one. President Obama failed to achieve any of his main goals while getting pounded by other world leaders for failing U.S. policies and lagging growth.

The root of this embarrassment is political and intellectual: Rather than leading the world from a position of strength, Mr. Obama and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner came to Seoul blaming the rest of the world for U.S. economic weakness. America's problem, in their view, is the export and exchange rate policies of the Germans, Chinese or Brazilians. And the U.S. solution is to have the Fed print enough money to devalue the dollar so America can grow by stealing demand from the rest of the world.
Embarrassment in Seoul
Tim and Ali Comedy Roadshow

Lesson 1: Never elect as president a man who will not reveal anything on his college transcripts
Lesson 2: Never confirm a  known tax evader to Sec/Treas
Lesson 3: The Liberal genetics/economics-and-war dysfunction thing

A case of the "Too Lates"

Invitation to Terrorists

Nama saya Barry Obama dan
Saya lahir di New Mexico

  • N.M. Driver's Licenses a Global Attraction (Legal for Illegals)

    Friday, November 12, 2010 7:17:45 PM · · 17 replies
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | November 12, 2010 | Astrid Galvan
    People from all over the country — make that the world — are traveling to New Mexico not just for its tourist attractions or green chile. They are also coming for driver's licenses. Police have arrested a growing number of suspected undocumented immigrants who have traveled from as far as China to fraudulently obtain New Mexico licenses. They are drawn by a 2003 law that makes New Mexico one of only three states (WA and UTAH) that does not require proof of citizenship or legal residency. Take Shu Sheng Lui, who told a State Police officer arresting her Wednesday that she had flown...
Easy Terrorist ID
The GOOD NEWS- Republican Gov.-elect Susana Martinez says she will not only attempt to repeal the law, but also work to revoke the licenses that were issued under the law.

The NM legislature is majority Democrat!

Power of the Male Boner

Bristol Stomps
Tea party politicizing Dancing With the Stars?

I see on the horizon the specter of George Soros funded phone banks created to deal with this threat to Socialist hegemony
Bristol Palin is one of the four finalists on "Dancing With the Stars," the No. 1 rated show in the country, a fact that has bedeviled some fans and critics. The 20-year-old daughter of the former governor of Alaska has consistently earned low scores from the show's on-camera judges, but those scores are combined, a la "American Idol," with the contestant's call-in vote, where Miss Palin is a juggernaut. The show's producers think tea party voters who back Sarah Palin have turned "Dancing With the Stars" into a referendum on the power of grass roots political muscle. Published November 11 2010 - Inside Politics
Dancing with Bristol


Ten Reasons Why Conservatives Should
Not Be Celebrating the Election Results

From The American Thinker, and Spot On

10) The aristocracy is still there in Washington.
  9) The bureaucracy in Washington has never been more powerful.
  8) The Federal Reserve still remains unchecked.
  7) The spending obligations are still there, and the economy is still bad.
  6) The unions still have control of the government.
  5) The Republican Party hasn't become conservative yet.
  4) They still are neither reading nor writing their own legislation.
  3) It is still impossible to obey the law.
  2) There is no animal quite as dangerous as a lame duck.
  1) The socialists and Marxists still have your children.
Who's teaching your kids?
TIP:Combine #5 and #10 for easier storage