Saturday, February 18, 2012

TRKOF&S - Woman of the Year!

Subject: Registry of Distinguished Women
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 14:05:38 -0600 (CST)
From: "Women's Association"
"It is our pleasure to inform you ...."
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Horry Clap.  This is— will bea major award!  There will be sacrifice, to be sure, but doesn't anything worthy of major award recognition require some? I'll just get myself primed for what comes next.  

Never mind.  Besides, it was for last year.

Strafed by Jap Zeros and other stuff that makes sense in the Nanny State.

The Nanny State - one regulation away from total bliss                       

Mother to face charges for unusual punishment


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"Ask yourself a question - is that safe for the child? If you wouldn't want your child doing it, we probably don't need somebody else's child doing it," said Sergeant Lyle Waterworth (aka Officer Krupke).

The guard called Jonesboro police, who took the boy to school, then contacted his mother.

Nequavion's mother was cited for endangering the welfare of a minor in the second degree. [full]

Jesus, I'm feeling like a disgruntled postal worker Click. Click. What was it Nequavion's mother did that was so horrible?  Was it make him a turkey and cheese sammich [See West Hoke Elementary]  for lunch?  No. She forced her 10-year-old son to walk nearly five miles to school as punishment after his school suspended his bus privileges for the fifth time due to yelling. 

"She did the right thing, she knew that I had been suspended off the bus five days, so she didn't do nothing wrong. She made me walk. I just had to walk. They shouldn't have picked me up. I could've walked by myself, " said the kid.

"Shut the fk up brat," responded Officer Krupke, "we know what's good for you."

Cue stories about walking six miles to school through three feet of snow while Jap Zeros strafe you. .


Project Veritas Investigates Voter Fraud

Project Veritas Investigates Voter Fraud In Minnesota 


During today's Presidential Caucus in Minnesota, voters may be surprised to see the ease in which individuals may register to vote for themselves or others without identification requirements of any kind.

In advance of the 2012 Presidential Caucus, Project Veritas' investigators visited the Land of 10,000 lakes yesterday and inquired with voter registration officials if they could register on behalf of others . . .

. . .including the names of today's NFL star quarterbacks:

Project Veritas Investigator: "Thomas Brady he just happened to be assaulted in Minnesota so he's going through a lot of depression so he can't come in to register to vote.

Voter Registration Official: That's all right . . . if he fills this form out, then he would get on the list where he would automatically, every election, get one of these forms in the mail which he would then fill out and mail to us and then we would send him a ballot.

Project Veritas  Investigator: "Timothy Tebow, he got in a car accident recently and I don't think he's going to be able physically to come in to cast a ballot to vote"

Voter Registration Official:  He can always absentee vote.

After visiting five voter-registration offices, Project Veritas' investigators were provided with dozens of voter-registration applications that simply had to be mailed back with no identification, notarization, or other means of verification. [Full]

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The one on the right. But, whose right?

Blofeld discovers which of two captives is Bond.  James Bond.


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Innocence Corrupted (by me, prolly, in this instance. Sorry)

 Filthy Obscene Culture

Why we can't have nice things anymore


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Lazee Dog

Perfect Gizmos, Gadgets, and Pet Storage

Everything you need to know ...

Democrat National Convention Schedule Released

"Journalists" boarding the mother ship

Record 19 reporters, media execs join Team Obama


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For some Washington reporters and media execs, cheering their team from the sidelines just isn’t good enough: Tugging on a red, white and blue Team Obama jersey is the answer.

That’s the case for a whopping 19 journalists and media executives, including five from the Washington Post and three each from ABC and CNN, who’ve gone into the administration or center-left groups supporting the president.

The left, predictably disingenuous, respond.

Which is worse, media personalities going to work for the government or politicians going to work for media giants?
Australian billionaire Rupert Murdoch has 89% of the GOP on his payroll. MSNBC just fired a prominent politician. Is that any better than a Tony Snow using his communication skills in service of his country instead of in service to a media conglomerate?
[Druj  Retort]

Don't try  to make sense of it;  there are too many convolutions to deal with.  Our ersatz Drudge comes somewhat closer to truth with this.

There's a reason more reporters seem to be moving into government, and it isn't because of their politics. It's because the newspaper business has gone to shit, and a lot of veteran reporters are leaving before they get laid off.

I will argue that only public disgust with slanted-left news reporting allowed the Drudges and Free Republics to proliferate, which ultimately cost them their jobs.

Segue, a related aside   did you know that the word disingenuous (not straightforward or candid; giving a false appearance of frankness) only came into popular usage in 1992?  It's true.  Do a Lexis Nexis search for the word,  and find the sharp upward spike (imagine the Rock of Gibraltar). 

Have you guessed why? 

Okay, In 1992 the Democrat Media Complex were desperate to find substitute words for  "lie," "liar," and "lying MFCS,"  to describe the Clintons.  That embargo was broken, temporarily, when Bill Safire called Hillary a "congenital liar" [Blizzard of Lies New York Times  | 01/08/1996]





The Big Crack


Today's Matched Pair



I was intrigued enough to look this one up.  It was a Judge Judy case.

The water's just right in North Carolina

The Water's Just Right


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Since North Carolina isn't California, I sort of thought her citizens were not okay with school lunch police . I was wrong.   They've been permitted to strike again.

Another School Lunch Replaced for Not Being Healthy Enough

The lunch Zambrano packed for her daughter? A cheese and salami sandwich on a wheat bun with apple juice. The lunch she got in the cafeteria? Chicken nuggets, a sweet potato, bread and milk.

It is entirely fair to say that  North Carolinians forget that state government work for them.  Else boots would have hit the ground after the first instance was reported.  To put it in perspective, how would any of them respond after finding that rats had nested in their home?