Monday, December 27, 2010


10 Most Evil Propaganda
Techniques Used by the Nazis

Presented without comment.  Well, maybe one

Democrats Inc

Ahern also notes that the top paid stagehand at Carnegie Hall makes $422,599 a year in salary, plus $107,445 in benefits and deferred compensation. So why such exorbitant pay? You probably already guessed that a union is involved
New York Stagehands

M v. W Science


Mentally IL

King Henry:

Uneasy ries the head that wells a clown.

The Kim Boys

Doug Doesn't Know Either

The DNA Farm

The DNA Farm

Mommy Ate Me

Love Story

A Modern Love Story

He held me firmly but gently just above my elbow and guided me into a room. I had never been there but I knew this was his room. I knew what he was going to do to me, and I knew I was going to let him. The door closed quietly and we were alone.

He approached silently from behind and spoke in a low, reassuring voice close to my ear. “Just relax.”

Without warning, he reached down and I felt his strong, calloused hands start at my ankles, gently probing, and caressing upward along my tender calves slowly and steadily. My breath caught in my throat. I knew I should be afraid, but somehow I didn’t care. His touch was so experienced, so sure.

When his hands moved under my skirt to my thighs I gave a slight shudder and partly closed my eyes. My pulse was pounding. His knowing fingers continued upward across my abdomen, my ribcage. And then, as he cupped my firm, full breasts in his hands, I inhaled sharply. Probing, searching, knowing what he wanted, his teasing hands quickly moved to my shoulders and slid down my tingling spine. My entire body was throbbing when he discovered my pink, lace thong.

Although I knew nothing about this man, I felt oddly trusting [cont]

A comely Lass


Christmas Ain't Over 'Til I Say So

Tim W

Orange Candy

Code Orange

Boned Jello

Jon Stewart and other commies

Echoes of Murrow
jon stewart- Ed Murrow
There have been other instances when an advocate on a television show turned around public policy almost immediately by concerted focus on an issue — but not recently, and in much different circumstances.

“The two that come instantly to mind are Murrow and Cronkite,” said Robert J. Thompson, a professor of television at Syracuse University.

jon stewart- Ed Murrow
Drudge's link suggests that it's over the top to compare television comedian Jon Stewart with CBS legend Edward R. Murrow.  Not so.  Both are/were leftist ideologues who tailored news to suit their ideologies.  Stewart does it for laughs, Murrow ... ?  Maybe Ed Murrow followed instructions same as Dalton Trumbo and film industry counterparts.  Maybe Larry Duggan threw himself on the grenade meant for Murrow? 

If you go the Smithsonian you can watch Murrow on an old television kinescope.  What kinescope?  Why,  the one where he castigates Sen. Joe McCarthy.  That action made him a hero to the left.  What else was there that confers sainthood status on the man?   Interviewing Hollywood celebrities person-to-person in their living rooms? 

Going back to my Free Republic days in the mid-nineties, I remember thinking that somewhere in the Venona files, or KGB files unearthed after the fall of the Soviet Union, is a folder on Ed Murrow.  He begat Cronkite, who begat Dan Rather and the supporting casts which made CBS News the leading provider of agitprop in radio/television news for 75 years. As actual journalists, they're all jokes, just like Stewart. 

Blowing Up The UN Extravaganza

10 of about 11293
In my second novel, "The Osterized Weekend" (Classic Press, out of print)  the action began with American  commandos blowing up the New York Times building. I'm thinking of updating and republishing it.  If I do, the opening sequence will have our heroes blowing up the UN Building.  While it's in session,  so no innocent cleaning service employess would be harmed.  This thought prompted by The top 10 UN-believable moments of 2010'
Coming in at No. 10 is the resolution to “combat defamation of religions”

At No. 9, we have an anti-Semitic classic — good old-fashioned blood libel in a session of the Human Rights Council

At No. 8, we have cheers for Hezbollah when Israel objects to Lebanon referring to it as a “Zionist entity on Palestinian territory.”

No. 7: Have you ever wondered what it might look like if the U.S. subjected itself to a peer review of its human rights record by the world’s leading violators of human rights?

But Wait ... this is easier:


Crime and Punishment

I've been thinking about this since second grade First Communion class.  When you go to confession your penalty (penance) is saying  prayers.  This never made sense to me.  It's like -
  • Murder - Electric Chair;
  • Treason - Firing Squad;
  • Bank Robbery - Leavenworth.
  •  Steal Money From Mom's Purse - 3 Hail Marys and 3 Our Fathers
It creates an unfortunate association the way I saw it. Who would play with an electric chair for fun? See what I mean? I brought this up in religion class, and the Sister Edna asked what I thought would be more appropriate?  I told her if the priest said, "Say a good Act of Contrition, and for your penance tell Tony Crimaldi he runs like a girl."  Tony Crimaldi later punched me during recess for being philosophical.  Prolly why I can't get through St. Augustine's De civitate dei.  I'm not making that up.