Friday, April 22, 2011

An Easter Yegg?

Malibu Label Police are Obnoxiously Thorough

Checking for Rayon from Wal-Mart

That's my guess. Could easily be a desperate tampon yegg however.

Go on without me

Go on without me



More on the NLRB-Boeing Outrage

NLRB Under Fire

  Sen. Jim DeMint is angry. The move, he says, is "nothing more than a political favor for the unions who are supporting President Obama's reelection campaign." DeMint is going to "use every tool at my disposal to stop the president from carrying out this malicious act." Hell, even the South's most delicate senator is upset. Sen. Lindsey Graham said the NLRB's scheme is "one of the worst cases of unelected bureaucrats doing the bidding of special interest groups that I've ever seen." The bolt munchers at the International Association of Machinists District 571, meanwhile, are hailing this as "a victory for all American workers." Oh, except for the workers in South Carolina, where the unemployment rate is hovering around 10 percent. [The Newest Labor War: Union, Feds Attack Boeing]

via - Daily Caller

This is how things happen to me anymore

Google Exodus

Cantor's beginning to annoy me


  We hope the Speaker remembered to line his britches with asbestos, because the debt ceiling debate is only going to get hotter. The Club for Growth and Sen. Rand Paul will support raising the debt ceiling only in exchange for an all-but-impossible Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution. Americans for Prosperity, which has people in both the Tea Party freshmen's "Hell no" caucus as well as GOP leadership's "Well, OK" caucus, is "confident that the debt ceiling will not be raised unless there is something meaningful attached to it."

While Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips said, "I don't know that there's any conditions out there that they can create to get us to support [a debt ceiling increase]." Cantor's office attempted to please all-comers in a statement released Thursday:"Republicans will not agree to raise the debt limit without binding budget reforms and immediate spending cuts that will guarantee we don't continue these bad spending practices in the future." And if GOP leadership caves? Michael Needham of the Heritage Foundation says, "There's going to be a lot of disappointed people." (Daily Caller Fuill Story)

Swedish cadets groped by female officer

Swedish cadets groped by female officer
Oh, the humanity
  One of the cadets (henceforth known as "Euro pussy girly-man") described how he suddenly felt the officer's hands on the inside of his underpants while on the dance floor.

Another cadet said that he found the female officer getting a bit too friendly and acting as if she was intoxicated.

A while later, she was making out with a third cadet, although according he later admitted he was acting of his own free will.

Attention! Present Arm!

Building sand castles with Howard Fineman

Building sandcastles with Howard Fineman
Kuru Kuru Kuru!
Among the most preposterous claims being made on MSNBC about the fight over public sector unions in Wisconsin is that Gov. Scott Walker and the Republicans are losing "Reagan Democrats" by taking on government employees.
The theory seems to have been concocted by Howard Fineman, editor at The Huffington Post, who said, back in February on Lawrence O'Donnell's "The Last Word," that the "whole idea of a Reagan Democrat" was that union families were voting for Reagan. But today, according to Fineman, they are shifting against Republicans because of Walker's tough line on government unions. "That's got to scare Republican strategists nationally," he said. [Reagan Democrats: Tea Baggers, or MSNBC Viewers?]

Howard Fineman's Sand Castles
Back in 1992, when the reigning political Zeitgeist (what I inelegantly call "just make shit up") was being formed, I was gobsmacked while watching Bill Clinton debate his opponents ("Mr. Bush." as he snottily called the president, and Ross Perot).  GOB SMACKED!

For example, when confronted with an inconvenient point about his stewardship as Arkansas governor, Bill might sally."that's just a lie. While I was governor, Arkansas schools went from dead last, to best in the nation!"  Or, he would cite  "renowned professor ______," (who would  later be identified as a teacher at some junior college in Colorado) to buttress another claim.  I mean, what the f*k?  Was it that long ago that President Gerald Ford was savaged by the media for mistakenly saying "Eastern Europe is not under Communist Rule ... ".  Now - nothing?

Anyway, it seemed to work for Slick, and Democrats took note.
Zeitgeist.  Ann  Coulter's Reagan Democrats: Tea Baggers, or MSNBC Viewers? offers a text book example of this, and why political debate has become useless in our country.  You cannot debate with people who make shit up, especially when media are the principle culprits.

Last night I watched a documentary about Kuru, an incurable brain disease caused by the cannibalism practiced by the Fore tribe of Papua New Guinea.  I can think of no better parallel to what's become of today's Democrat party, and its media partners.  It's the "rabid dog" thing.  Click-click.  Shoot it and get a new one.

Speaker Orchestra

Stuff to do with your old speakers

Obama Goes to heaven and other improbabilities

Two Coffees in Heaven

WTF was I thinking?   Obama goes to heaven?
There used to be a  stupid joke here; ending with:

Obama says, 'Yes  please!'  As God looks behind him, he claps his hands and yells out:  'Hey, Mohammed, two coffees!'

Sorry - This is much better use of the space.

The old stupid picture
Joe Biden (I think)

Google Search and a bad appple

Giving New Meaning to SchutzstaffeGoogle SearchSchutzstaffe

Google and Apple are gathering location information as part of their race to build massive databases capable of pinpointing people's locations via their cellphones. These databases could help them tap the $2.9 billion market for location-based services—expected to rise to $8.3 billion in 2014, according to research firm Gartner Inc.
Googled Up

Google Search


  1. APPLE
 Are you really surprised?  I mean, Al Gore is a director.