Monday, January 31, 2011

Unwanted Cleavage

The unwanted cleavage prollem persists
Go, Get Away!

Unwanted Cleavage

Another Judge Nixes Obamacare

Judge strikes down healthcare reform law
Boned Jello
Reagan Appointed U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson
I fully expected to see Obama quoted, "Thank God for Reagan and Judge Vinson."  Didn't find that quote.  Yet.

Hot Air Machine


Carrey, Rogan WTF?

Strange Doings

Ghadi-Pet Detective

It could be MoSup's reaction.  When we watched, or started to watch Jim Carrey's Ace Ventura Pet Detective  some years ago, she was in such agony I turned it off. Mother Superior had the same reaction to Carrey that my mom had with Milton Berle (she hated him).  I have this thing with MoSup.  If she doesn't like some people, then I can't much cotton to them either.  It's like never trust anyone Lassie backs away from and barks at. 

 Anyway, last night, unable to overcome inertia and change channels, I started to watch Pet Detective again.   l not only watched it,  I taped it when the Terps BB game came on (beat GA.Tech), and finished it right after. Extremely enjoyable.  Hell, I began to see Carry's genius.

Just now, I was watching Seth Rogan's Observe and Report when the phone interrupted.  I love it. In fact, I'm on something of a Seth Rogan kick.   WTF?  WTFF?  I'm bored to tears with Ghandi, but liked Zack and Miri Make a Porno? There's something going on inside me.  I don't know what it is, but I'm blaming Obama stress. I'm just saying.  (This is the stream of consciousness scribble part of the blog).

Here's yur 'Kill Switch' Barry

   "Curses!  Foiled Again!"
Foiled Again
  Internet Carry Out
To whom it may concern,

We Rebuild is a decentralized cluster of net activists who have joined forces to collaborate on issues concerning access to a free Internet without intrusive surveillance. These issues span over many subjects and areas, which are reflected in a breadth of competences and opinions. There are no leaders, nor members. We Rebuild is simply an international chaotic event, and our actions can not be predicted in detail. We are a flow of passions, and we sometimes refer to our driving force as “data-love”.[Werebuild Fourth Communiqué of the Internets]
Foiled Again

20110131 09:29 Dale Hello ! It is interesting to see how the Egyptians are getting around internet access.

I understand a kill switch is being offered up again here.

That post on the O-Club sent me scurrying over to werebuild. After reading Cobb's Collapsing with the Swiftness yesterday, I needed to know there was someplace to go.  A Hole-in the-Wall for resistance outlaws. Not that I understand any of it well enough to do it, but if Egyptian peasants can manage, then so by-god can I (meaning you guys.  I'm a shooter, not a thinker).

Tired Gay Succumbs

But ya doesn't have to call me Johnson"
Tired Gay succumbs to Dix

First Act 5-Pad Digital Drum Set

One more thing off my bucket list

Woot Drum Pad $14.95

Redefining Rape

But what about when after the big game we're at the malt shop and gunmen force everyone to disrobe and make me have sex with my best friend's girlfriend, and then the cheerleaders?
Whoa.  Where did that come from?  Anyway, when libs redefined rape to include your own live-at-home spouse, the daffynition floodgates opened as far as I'm concerened.  [House Republicans Plan to Redefine Rape]

ABC News Publishes, Then Quickly Removes Lefty
Mother Jones Article on GOP 'Redefining Rape'

What's "sofmorrick" mean?

South Carolina scientist
works to grow meat in lab

No, grow like real meat

Whose yer daddy? Why, Chris Christie!

Count to 10
Ear Plugs
  1. On January 2, 2009, Brian was visiting his parents in Mount Laurel while taking a break from moving to nearby Hoboken.
  2. After Brian’s former wife canceled his scheduled visit with his son, he became distraught and said something to the effect of “life’s not worth living anymore” to his mother and drove away.
  3. His mother, a trained social worker, became worried about a possible suicide risk and called 9-1-1 but hung up after having second thoughts.
  4. Law enforcement traced the call and soon arrived at the scene. The police called Brian, who was on his way to his new residence in Hoboken, and asked him to return to his parents’ home because they were worried.
  5. When he returned, the cops searched his vehicle and found two handguns, both locked and unloaded as New Jersey law requires, inside the trunk, in a box stuffed into a duffel bag with clothes.
  6. Brian was arrested and, according to his attorney, the subsequent trial and conviction were the “perfect storm of injustice.”
  7. New Jersey allows exemptions for gun owners to transport weapons if the move is for hunting purposes or if the person is relocating, but the Superior Court judge who heard Brian’s case refused to allow this statute exemption to be read to the jury.
  8. After two and half days of deliberation, the jury returned a guilty verdict and Aitken was convicted and sentenced to seven years in prison!
  9. Governor Christie  commuted Brian’s sentence to time served.
  10. It's stuff like this that can, and likelly will someday, trigger a peasant's revolt.
But Rodge, what about the Superior Court judge who seemingly tilted the jury's decision? 

I'm glad you asked Kim. His name is Judge James Morley.  Oh, I'm sorry.  Ex-Judge James Morley

Carter II

Egypt is Obama's Iran

Squeaky Clean

Clean Inside and Out

Ed Schultz's 'prick'

Today Featuring Ed Schultz

Carry-Out for Ed Schultz
Shortly after Keith Olbermann announced his departure from MSNBC, a viewer named Miller Baird e-mailed Schultz. “Hey Ed,” he wrote, “you think Comcast had nothing to do with Keith departure. You are also the same guy that thinks Obamacare is going to lower the deficit.” On Monday, Baird received a response calling him a “prick.”

Three days later, Baird e-mailed once more, this time about Obamacare. Again, he received a response from what seems to be Schultz’s account: “Gosh..I thought you would wish me happy bithday [sic]…but what can I expect from right-wing scum.”

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ASIDE: Hey, it's Monday. Even Caruso had to clear his throat.

Today's Grovel

Other than the rape dear, how was
 your date with Mr. Schicklgruber?

During his eight years in office, George W. Bush established new standards for the term ‘pro-Israel.’ He repeatedly affirmed Israel’s right to defend itself against terror, and praised its value as America’s primary Middle Eastern ally. He also expressed a deep ideological attachment to Israel as a democracy and, spiritually, to Israel as the biblical homeland.

 Less publicly, the president also authorized an unprecedented level of cooperation between the U.S. military and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), including intelligence sharing, anti-terror training, and the joint development of missile defense systems.” Oren wrote at the time in the fall 2008 edition of the Journal of International Security Affairs.  - [Israeli scholar Michael Oren  in the fall 2008 edition of the Journal of International Security Affairs].

I asked him whether Obama could be considered the best friend Israel has ever had in an American president?

“I think Obama is the best friend in ways that are different sometimes than other best friends.” [Israel's ambassador to the United States Michael Oren, January 2011]

Yes, I'm sensitive to Israel's plight, and yes I'm sensitive to diplomatic sine qua non, but puh-leeeze. How, one wonders, would  Oren answer the question, "Which U.S. president has been Israel's biggest backstabbing, Islamo  fascist ass-kissing enemy?"  Sheesh.