Saturday, February 04, 2012

A racket, or a mirrot?


The mirror, right?

Pretend you're a Chinese immigrant ..

Pretend you're a Chinese immigrant ...


Pretend you're a Chinese immigrant ...

It begins, "Please stop me if you've heard this story before ...."


JR got his first Geithner dollar today!

"Chicoms" and Bill Maher

Chicoms Cross The Yalu?

I don't dwell on the doings of  the Occupy Fleas, so this may be commonplace.  I refer to this Nation of Islamo helping a Flea move a stolen sofa into one of the George Soros supplied tents.  I hadn't seen a Farrakhan groupie  involved with the Fleas  before.  Sort of like the Chicoms crossing the Yalu.  Still, if you're a leftist anarchist wingnut soldier, it doesn't auger well when you lose the support of a Senior Wingnut cheerleader.

Maher Turns on Occupiers, Denounces Them as D-bags That Should ‘Get a Job’

The Occupy movement lost one of its most ardent supporters in the media Friday night.

On HBO's Real Time, host Bill Maher surprisingly said of the protesters, "As I watch them on the news now I find myself almost agreeing with Newt Gingrich. Like, you know what - get a job...Now it's just a bunch of [d-bags] who think throwing a chair through the Starbucks window is going to bring on the revolution" (video follows with transcript and commentary, vulgarity warning):

I remember ... Jane Pauley

Which reminded me ....



One of the most hilarious things I've ever seen was a Today Show that aired, I think, in the late 80s.  The topic was safe sex.  Jane  Pauley (I'm pretty certain)  hosted, while a  reformed prostitute turned  "safe sex" advocate demonstrated (with a cucumber)  how to apply a condom with your mouth.  "He will never know it's on."  She then asked Jane if she'd like to try?  A visibly discomfited Pauley politely demurred and went to commercial.  I know this segment's out there someplace, but I have yet to find it.  

I'd fart

A Free e-Card

Ginsburg shows her ass

            —    you berk.  you filthy f'n berk
A filthy f'n berk

In a move that should come as a surprise to nobody, a Democrat appointee to the Supreme Court has dissed the United States Constitution,  Overseas  To the Obama installed Muslim Brotherhood government of Egypt. Here, from SLATE

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has disturbed the balance of the universe by giving an interview to Egyptian television in which she does not recommend using the U.S. Constitution as a model for post-Mubarak happiness. The whole video is here, and some transcripts are at the link, but this part is the hackle-raiser.

    Q: Would your honor's advice be to get a part or other countries' constitutions as a model, or should we develop our own draft?

 A: You should certainly be aided by all the constitution-writing that has gone one since the end of World War II. I would not look to the US constitution, if I were drafting a constitution in the year 2012. I might look at the constitution of South Africa. That was a deliberate attempt to have a fundamental instrument of government that embraced basic human rights, had an independent judiciary. It really is, I think, a great piece of work that was done. Much more recent than the U.S. Constitution: Canada has a Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It dates from 1982. You would almost certainly look at the European Convention on Human Rights. Yes, why not take advantage of what there is elsewhere in the world? I'm a very strong believer in listening and learning from others.

Cha Cha Gah!

The Humanity                          

cha cha gha!


It's bad when nobody even notices

Stop me if you've heard this. I was walking to class one day, when going regimental under one's cut-offs was the fashion,and felt something of a breeze in the nether region.  I looked down and ... !  I think the worst part was that I'd walked across the UM campus without, near as I could tell, drawing the least bit of attention.


What's controversial?

A tyrant president  ....


First, whenever the media discussed filthy low-life scum "artists" like Annie Sprinkle, or Andres Serrano (Piss Christ), it was almost always in the context of  artists under attack by the far right, m-kay?   It wasn't controversial to let people look up someone's snatch with a telescope, it was "performance art." So, why is this controversial? Notions that Obama tramples the constitution, and its depiction,  have been  mainstream since  his first days in office.  Sheesh.  It's his very presence in office that's controversial (and that's being kind). 

Holder Gets Snarky

Holder Berates Rep. During Hearing: ‘Maybe This Is the Way You Do Things in Idaho or Wherever You’re From’



According to National Review Online, Holder was responding to a “grandstanding presentation” by Republican Congressman Raul Labrador that “cobbled together testimony from Holder going back ten years to establish a ‘pattern’ of Holder saying, in effect, ‘I don’t know’ in testimony.”

“There’s a whole bunch of things that I could say about what you just did, maybe this is the way you do things in Idaho or wherever you’re from,” Holder said. “But understand something — I‘m proud of the work that I’ve done as attorney general of the United States, and looked at fairly, I think that I’ve done a pretty good job.” [Story + video]

Add perjury and criminal snark to the list of charges