July 31, 2007
This is you, isn't it Allah? Or should I say, Dr. Claw!
dept. of political assassinationsAce mentioned that its interesting that the left kicked around Tillman, up till they thought he could be used to their advantage. Sick fucks.
Itâ€™s almost too depressing to mention again, but letâ€™s recap the Pat Tillman revelations from Army medical examiners and internal Pentagon reports released last week and find out what happens when famous football stars turned Army Heroes become anti-war critics:
- He was shot three times in the forehead at close range with an American M-16.
- This was after he was shot in the chest, legs and hand.
- And this was after he screamed to the â€œfriendliesâ€ that he was Pat Tillman and please stop shooting him.
- But they didnâ€™t; they executed him.
- They were Americans.
- There wasnâ€™t even an â€œenemyâ€ around; not only was nobody shot by â€œenemy fire,â€ no equipment was shot by â€œenemy fire.â€
- â€œMembers of Tillmanâ€™s unit burned his body armor and uniform in an apparent attempt to hide the fact that he was killed by friendly fire.â€
- Army medical examiners tried to get a criminal investigation opened, but they were shut down.
- The Army brass who conspired to shut down any criminal investigation into the U.S. assassination of Pat Tillman sent â€œcongratulatory e-mailsâ€ to each other after shutting down the snoops.
I thought I'd drop you a little reminder of what these sick fucks used to think of Tillman.
Baldilocks sends us this which blows Wonkette's Rummy refusing to testify talking point out of the water.
Know what I'd respect? If someone just told the people bitching to STFU.
I thought I'd point it out as a resource for those looking for fine moonbattery. I think he's one of the most underrated bloggers out there, few people could stand to read sift through that much mindnumbing idiocy in a day, but he does so and revels in the task, finding some real choice crazy. While some people only get to see moonbattery on sparse occasion, you can get a daily dose here. If I were a GOP candidate, I'd have DUmmie FUnnies bookmarked and checked regularly to copy down the latest in leftie hate for the next round of campaign ads.
The good reverend also took a leak in front of a group of children at a car wash...wearing a skirt. When he was arrested, he also offered to give sexual favors to the cops and had an open bottle of vodka (no mention if it was Val-U-Rite) and an emptyied bottle of Oxycodone.
He also hosted an AM radio show, the audience was told by the station manager to pray for him.
The pungent odor of the nitrogen-concentrated chicken excrement still hung in the air at White's 441 Walker Road home, where shortly after 3 p.m. last Thursday an 18-wheel tractor-trailer rolled over and dumped 24 tons of the stuff in his front yard.
The owner of the property offered this to describe the situation
"There's stuff still 20 feet up the tree," White said, pointing. "It was like a tsunami wave of hot chicken (manure)."
His family actually left because the stench and flies were too much, and there's manure splattered up the side of his garage, which was 30 feet away from the accident.
That is so wrong! The wave of manure actually destroyed one of his cars. Read the whole thing, then pray hard that it never happens to you.
A man buys a flat in an upscale area of Kuala Lampur, opens the door and is welcomed with a nasty stench. He called the police, who opened the fridge and found a body hacked up into pieces, wrapped in garbage bags and sealed with tape, which only leaves one question, are there hobos in Kuala Lampur?
We need to go after the pork grubbers too, and Stevens was in the top echelon.
July 30, 2007
I want to assemble a well organized piece for people to be able to pull up and use. I will try to credit everyone with what they found, some I've forgotten, but if you know who got it first, you can tell me in comments. This is gonna be fairly involved, so after the jump.
I'm sorry, I know some people think having these close circuit cameras all over is a good. It might be advantageous in some instances, but the long term risk for potential government abuse is too much, and I can't support these things.
"I survived World War Two and wasn't afraid, so what's there to be afraid of now?"
The news channel asked if she'd jump again, and she told them she'd do it on her 100th.
July 29, 2007
This stepped up campaign is largely a reactionary thing against Bill O'Reilly , who went after JetBlue for sponsoring the Yearly Kos convention. JetBlue bailed rather quickly. It was pretty funny how Kos was beating his chest and boasting that O'Reilly had failed to stop JetBlue's sponsorship, only to have JetBlue pull its support soon after.
I like this part;
That's fine, and I say FNC should admit its bias, right after MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS and NBC openly admit theirs. Till then, I say let FNC play the "Fair and Balanced" game.
MoveOn.org is campaigning against Fox because it says the network characterizes itself as a fair news network when it consistently favors a conservative point of view, said Adam Green, the organization's spokesman.
"We're not trying to silence anybody," Green said. "Rush Limbaugh has a right to be on the airâ€”he admits his point of view. Fox doesn't."
Its interesting, and I hope the concept of bringing back old cars becomes a trend, so many cars that are on the road today are soulless hunks of ugly metal or plastic. I know the Delorean is hated by many, but I'm sure there are cars you see on the road and wax nostalgic, hoping that someday we can see that kind of rolling artwork on the American road again.
July 28, 2007
The utility companies may be able to actually raise or lower your thermostat remotely. Some of them want to install regulators on your wall sockets and other big appliances. Yeah, your fucking wall sockets, your dishwasher! They say that it'll be voluntary, of course. But we know shit like this is too tempting for the government, they'll be wanting to put their hand on it too.
I like the hypothetical they ask here;
But can such watt-saving steps help save the planet? Yes, if they keep utilities from building more carbon-spewing power plants â€“ especially the expensive kind that rev up only during peak hours. By many estimates, fossil-fuel power plants are likely to be the preferred source of electricity for years to come.
Oooooh, carbon spewing power plants. Sounds menacing. So why don't we build some nuclear power plants? They don't emit carbon after all. No, no! We can't do that, because that would mean people get to live in comfort without their betters making sure they don't do anything that Big Nanny would disapprove of.
Something's got to give. And it may be consumer lifestyles.
My A/C just got cranked down another three degrees for that. Maybe if the eco-freaks would have let us revamp the energy system when we needed to, we'd have a cleaner, bigger and more efficient energy grid, but noooooo, the enviro-cultists used everything at their disposal to grind progress in our energy grid to a halt, they succeeded and now, not only has it not expanded, its starting to become decrepit, and is facing much higher demand. There are blackouts and brownouts in both the Northeast and California because our energy grid is so fucking outdated.
The cost of installing what's called advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) â€“ with new meters alone priced up to $200 â€“ may take years for utilities to recover. Many in the industry are balking at the up-front price tag, the technical challenges, and the uncertainty of consumer reaction to volatile prices and in-your-face meters.
Resistance? From utilities AND consumers? You mean, you think people
won't like having every aspect of their lives controlled by the
goverment cradle to grave?
Sensing resistance, Congress nudged utilities to adapt AMI in its 2005 energy law. Several states, especially California, are pushing it hard. At present, though, AMI is used in only about 6 percent of meters. State regulators need to be more aggressive in forcing utilities to give up the old practice of selling as much electricity as possible with flat-rate pricing and meters that consumers don't understand (and can't easily see). One idea is to "de-couple" a utility's profit from its electricity sales by guaranteeing a set rate of return.
Thank God we have the numbskulls in DC to start to set things right!
So the writer thinks Big Nanny needs to crack down on the energy companies? Fine, I think I need my A/C cranked to its lowest temp. I'll be able to hang sides of beef and pork in here in a few hours. Screw the Nannystaters.
Nanny State: Because some people only find joy in their life by sucking the joy out of the lives of others.
July 27, 2007
I've finally added a banner, while I liked the minimalist stock banner a little, this one is a huge improvement. Joseph @ Unrepentant Geek took pity on me and put the new banner together for me, so a big thanks to him. I'll be sure to add him to my Blahg Roll too. I love his banner and byline, I'd tell you it, but I want you to click his link and see it there.
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