Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Key & Peele


  On the Tube                           

Went over to Denny's place coupla minnits ago and read some comments about ghetto names.  Picked up a few new ones I hadn't heard before:  Ejaculetta, Spermolina, and Placentia.  Also got a link to this (which is so cool):


Funny bit, but some of the others are flat hilarious.  I don't watch Comedy Central anymoredon't even know what channel to dialso Key & Peele are a revelation.  I got onto a YouTube Mix, and they just kept coming.  Cracked me up.  I'm certain the creators, whom I assume are named Key and PeeleI assume they were mused by Dave Chappelle.  Their stuff is just as funny, but without the underlying "I really hate you white mo-fkrs" rancor that often oozed from his sketches. Substitute Teacher is Aces.   Good one Ron.

A Deep Thought

Some guy is in for a surprise

What You See

What I See (Roll)
Damn.  Did I just do that?  Hey, how 'bout those Bears?

Flatscreen ones, too!

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Flat Screen, Too!

Talking Post it Notes of Yore

When Democrats are in charge                                               

Send Ur Kid To See Granny - Only 53¢

In 1913 it was legal to mail children. With stamps attached to their clothing, children rode trains to their destinations, accompanied by letter carriers. One newspaper reported it cost fifty-three cents for parents to mail their daughter to her grandparents for a family visit. As news stories and photos popped up around the country, it didn't take long to get a law on the books making it illegal to send children through the mail.
Bama-Lama Jodie

Think about that.  What's happened to us over the last 100 years that makes this sound outrageous?   I'll tell you one big thing that happenedFranklin D. Roosevelt begins the Statist religious sect,  with a mission to provide controls to guarantee universal happiness.  I'm not making that up. Here


Bubble Gum Immigration, Part Deaux

                                           Mexican Invaders


This is an updated (2010) version of one I remember posting several years ago (1996).  Highly effective, but this time around I have some quibbles.  Probably because the nation would have gone bonkers back then, without the 14 years of incremental slide into what has now become the defacto surrender of our national sovereignty. 

  1. Roy Beck's demonstration does not mention the number of illegal immigrants who arrive daily through our porous borders.

  2. He infers that the reason our politicians allow a high rate of immigration is for humanitarian purposes.  I have no doubt that Upper West Side denizens routinely applaud their altruism on this score,  but I really don't recall it being offered as a rationale by our keepers. Rather, they only address immigration when the illegal problem reaches a certain pitch, and then shuffle about, pretending to try and  fix it.  They never have, and never will.

  3. "Let's help them there (and not after they've arrive here)"  is how Beck ends his presentation.  That sent a shudder down my timber.  He quite nicely made the point that the immigrants who do land here, after fleeing their Third World homeland, are the very people who, had they stayed, would be the ones to foment needed change.  But Beck's statement sounds very much like a call for us to finance these changes.
cuzzin ricky

Playing 'WHO'S THE LIAR?

According to the New York Times, which obtained an early copy of the memoir, Gates calls Biden “a man of integrity,” but questions his record. “I think he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades,” Gates writes, according to the Times.

UPDATE: The White House moved to defend the Vice President from Gates’ criticism Tuesday evening. “The President disagrees with Secretary Gates’ assessment – from his leadership on the Balkans in the Senate, to his efforts to end the war in Iraq, Joe Biden has been one of the leading statesmen of his time, and has .... [FULL]

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