October 12, 2008
October 10, 2008
The arresting officer said Moron failed sobriety tests. The arrest report shows Moron had a blood alcohol level of more than twice the legal limit.Of course he'd been drinking. He's a Moron.
October 09, 2008
Lemons received a summons to appear as a prospective juror in the case. When he didn't show up on Monday, a bailiff called his house. Lemons told the bailiff he was too busy to come to court.
Associate Circuit Judge Scott Thomsen instructed officers to bring Lemons to the courthouse. Deputies say they detected a strong odor of alcohol on him. Lemons was held in custody while the DWI trial went on.
Authorities say Lemons told the judge he had been drinking rum in the morning. Thomsen found Lemons in contempt of court and fined him $250.
October 07, 2008
October 06, 2008
October 05, 2008
The Los Angeles Times doesn't.
Have things really reached the point where ANY criticism of Obama is racist? Next thing you know, criticism of Obama for having the most liberal voting record in the Senate will be called racist. Criticism of Obama for being against the surge will be called racist. Hell, next thing you know, criticism of Joe Biden will be called racist, because Biden is the running mate for a black man and, well, any criticism of him is code for racist opposition to Obama.I am actually awaiting that last bit. I hadn't thought about it before, but now it seems inevitable.
Remember, the truth is what Dear Leader says it is!
Update: Gov. Palin pointing out Obama's association with Ayers is also, you guessed it, racist.
October 03, 2008
But there's no question: She won the debate on popularity. She did her homework, studied hard, and delivered with spunk. Still, I had the uneasy feeling throughout that I was witnessing a data dump from a very appealing droid. Even the winks and jaw juts seemed slightly programmed.Hell, even David Brooks thought that Gov. Palin did an outstanding job last night. She's out-Brooksing Brooks!
But if that's what it takes to continue getting bookings on Hardball, I guess it's all worth it!
"There were no injuries and the accident posed no danger to the public," the Air Force said in a statement.
The rocket booster and truck remained at the side of the road until Aug. 10, while investigators assessed the crash site.
Air Force spokeswoman Maj. Laurie A. Arellano said the recovery cost of $5.6 million included damage to the truck and its cargo.
"Inadequate gravel road training programs and the inability of 91st Missile Wing engineering personnel to accurately determine the safe load-bearing width of gravel roads along designated routes also contributed to the accident," the Air Force statement said.
The Air Force said the booster rocket is 66 feet long and weighs 75,000 pounds while the vehicle, trailer and rocket booster weighed more than 70 tons.
"While preparing to make a left turn, the driver and safety observer maneuvered the loaded tractor-trailer beyond the right edge of the reinforced gravel roadway and shoulder," the Air Force statement said.
"Basically, the procedure for large trucks is that they're supposed to drive in the middle of the gravel road," Arellano said.
Dr. Evil is unimpressed.
Update: In another "diary" filed by Markos himself, Joe Lieberman is quoted thusly as some sort of "nutroots gotcha":
She hit it out of the ballpark. She proved that she is ready to be John McCain's Vice President. She was strong, she was competent, she was informed, she was very genuine. She was humorous.In related news, Ned "The Freshmaker" Lamont was unavailable for comment.
October 02, 2008
October 3, 2008 Whenever I finished this stupid post
She's out of her league.
If at one time conservatives were considered heretical for swimming upstream against Marxist orthodoxy, they now face condemnation from a few sniveling pundits for swimming downstream — away from Kathleen Parker.
To express reservations about her qualifications to be a syndicated columnist — and possibly a cable news channel pundit — is to risk bruising her fragile ego.
Some of the passionately conservative critics of Parker who attacked her personally deserved some of the backlash they received. But circumstances have changed since Parker was introduced as just a social issue commenter — what a difference an election with a normal conservative makes — and a more complicated picture has emerged.
As we’ve seen and heard more from the NRO columnist, it is increasingly clear that Parker is a problem. Quick study or not, she doesn’t know enough about the conservative movement to be a pundit beyond MSNBC.
Parker needs to admit she is Way Out of Her League. Look, she's generally solid on social issues, but she let the Beltway warp her thinking. Parker was angry that she'd have to face the chiding of the Beltway set because she spoke in support of Gov. Palin, then Palin did poorly in a few interviews. How dare she embarrass Parker like that!
Parker then dug in deeper when she faced resistance from the popular conservative movement. Now Parker has to suffer the embarrassment of having spent her last two weeks being a useful idiot for the Democrats and media, while Governor Palin has gone on to field-dress Joe Biden in a critical debate, and is back in the game.
What to do?
Only Parker can save her disintegrating credibility. She can grovel endlessly to the conservative movement and to Gov Palin. No one would criticize a conservative who could admit they let the Beltway and their own ego warp their thinking.
Do it for the Gipper.
The e-book, available for download from the internet, comes with handy video guides showing the Serb peeling the skin off testicles and slicing them up into bite-size chunks.
Several different animals, including stallions, ostriches, bulls, pigs and turkeys, get the Erovic treatment.
"Wash testicles thoroughly for 30-45 minutes," begins the recipe for testicles pie.
"Once softened, mince them in a mincer."
A "very sharp knife" is needed for traditional style testicles, which get boiled, cut up and deep fried in hot oil.
Mr Erovic, 45, may be self-taught in the art of testicle cuisine but his 20 years of "cooking with balls" make him a world authority in the field.
"The tastiest testicles in my opinion probably come from bulls, stallions or ostriches, although other people have their own favourites," he said.
Andrew Sullivan was unavailable for comment.
October 01, 2008
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