Saturday, March 31, 2012

Justin decides he's an atheist

The Humanity                        

Justin decides he's an atheist from now on
Res Ipsa Loquitur

Make that 52 ....


Beating the bush in the Kalahari

Cultural Going Along to Getting Along
"Nou te montre nou, kounye a ou montre ou"

Hoes in the Outfield
Hoes in the Outfield
Hoes in the Outfield

In truth—  I posted this light hearted idyll to ameliorate the certain rage befalling anyone stumbling across any one of these three stories.  Watching them all, however, will  almost certainly send you into a murderous rage, pink bosoms or not.   Which would be quite a good thing, actually (hyperbolically speaking, of course).

Short Arm Inspection


Res Ipsa Loquitur

Michelle and Nelson Read a Book

                                                             STFU Michelle

Sometimes Michelle forgets that she is a woman

Res Ipsa Loquitur

Breasts are useful

Res Ipsa Loquitur
Perfect Gizmos and Gadgets    

Dairy Farm Style Breast Pumps

What?  Don't have twins?  Don't have any kids*?  Why let them go to waste? Be creative.

     *The primary method of inducing milk production in a woman who has not given birth is to have a baby sucking well at the breast.

Olbermann fired; Sues Gore

Olbermann gets fired again;
Olbermann sues Algore

Res Ipsa Loquitur

Can it get any better than this?

Kari-Norgaard's Great Silliness

How About Some of Both?

University of Oregon Report Compares Global Warming Skepticism To Fight Against Slavery…

Just read what this chick's resume includes... but hide the .45 first.

Thus warned by du Toit, I girded my loins and jumped into the link.  And laughed my ass off. At some point the left will always jump the shark with one of their gambits, and surely that is the case with AWG. 

Professor of Musical Chairs Kari-Norgaard
Skepticism regarding the need for immediate and massive action against carbon emissions is a sickness of societies and individuals which needs to be “treated”, according to an Oregon-based professor of “sociology and environmental studies”. Professor Kari Norgaard compares the struggle against climate skepticism to that against racism and slavery in the US South.

Prof Norgaard holds a B.S. in biology and a master’s and PhD in sociology.

“Over the past ten years I have published and taught in the areas of environmental sociology, gender and environment, race and environment, climate change, sociology of culture, social movements and sociology of emotions,” she says.

The good prof is in London at the moment for the “Planet Under Pressure” conference, where she presented a paper on Wednesday dealing with how best to do away with the evil of skepticism and get the human race to focus all its efforts on saving the planet. [Weasel Zippers cont]

By the by, when I Googled for Norgaard's puss,  I was directed to Doug M's treatment of the same story, complete with the "jump the shark" device.  We are it seems identical twins, except he's better looking and smarter,  but is not the King of France and Sweden.