September 29, 2009
I'm sure I'm not the first to think of this, but those 400 pages probably surprised everyone. I'd bet there are whispers in Alaska that she didn't look like she had been writing non-stop for months. The question on everyone's mind but that everyone's afraid to ask openly is, did Bristol write Sarah's book?
Wow, this may be the last post I write about anything he says because I find myself censoring every response I have to this degenerate lunatic. And if I'm self-censoring, I'm thinking of writing some very fucking nasty shit.
For the last time, Sarah is Trig's mother, vastly more intelligent than you and unimaginably more humble and good as a person. Oh, and those rumors you love so much from Alaska seems to be almost universally bought and paid for.
Enjoy your AIDS, you fucking bastard.
September 28, 2009
The bad news is, well, guess where the $9.5 million they used for the overhaul came from? Yeah.
I bet that "created or saved" just dozens and dozens of jobs.
September 26, 2009
A local mayor is having a lot of explaining to do today after photos, supposedly of him in drag, surfaced and are now spreading like wildfire.
East Cleveland mayor Eric Brewer will probably never be seen in the same light again after the incriminating photos surfaced. Originally aired on WKYC Channel 3 News, the story has become quite a hot topic in Northeast Ohio. While a lot of people are laughing, Mayor Brewer is not.
The mayor has taken some very strong actions and has made some extremely bold claims regarding the leaking of the photos. Brewer is involved in a primary mayoral election and has blasted political opponent Gary Norton, blaming him for the pictures seeing the light of day. If this allegation is true, this is politics at its mud-slinging worst. Norton denies he had anything to do with the photos being released to the media, also stating that he disapproves of the photos and that anyone could be responsible because, according to him, Brewer has made many enemies during his political career.
Yeah, I would say so.
September 24, 2009
Tomorrow at the UN Obama will apologize for our cultural insensitivity and for not allowing this Jordanian jack-ass to actually blow the building up.
FBI ARRESTS JORDANIAN CITIZEN FOR ATTEMPTING TO BOMB SKYSCRAPER IN DOWNTOWN DALLAS
Car Bomb Placed at Scene Was Inert; Public Never at Risk
DALLAS – James T. Jacks, the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, and Robert E. Casey, Jr., Special Agent in Charge for the Dallas Office of the FBI, announced today that Hosam Maher Husein Smadi, 19, has been arrested and charged in a federal criminal complaint with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. Smadi, who was under continuous surveillance by the FBI, was arrested today near Fountain Place, a 60-story glass office tower located at 1445 Ross Avenue in downtown Dallas, after he placed an inert/inactive car bomb at the location. Smadi, a Jordanian citizen in the U.S. illegally, lived and worked in Italy, Texas, (approximately 45 miles south of Dallas).
September 23, 2009
Scientist Beime Larzjaibaeva of Tolebinsk told the country’s TTK news agency he could cure acquired immune deficiency syndrome by injecting perfume into infected patients, Ananova reports. It was not clear what ingredient in perfume affected the disease.
I'm not buying it...
Larzjaibaeva said the perfume has to be expensive for his treatment to work.
Oh, well in that case strap Andrew Sullivan down and lets get to the curing.
September 22, 2009
Well that, or he hopes they'll tune in and give him some ratings.
I expect him to make up some filthy lies to get Beck's attention.
Like, oh, say accusing him of drinking blended puppies or something.
Hey, it's worked before.
Wait, no. That's fucking retarded.
Wait, yes. I could fuel my lamps by beating the shit out of hippies and using their blood! I'd be like a hip, environmentalist vampire except I wouldn't drink the blood, just enjoy the hippie hunting.
September 17, 2009
We knew this would happen!
After being released by the Philadelphia Eagles, A MUCH better NFL team has acquired Hank Baskett and he is signing his contract with the Indianapolis Colts this morning!
Really? MUCH better? haha... I don't think I'd even say better. Hell, I'd probably say worse.
Which is my way of reminding y'all to get your fantasy rosters set. I don't want to win any games the easy way this year.
September 16, 2009
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September 10, 2009
Anyway, I thought I'd distill his daily expulsion of illogical, internally inconsistent ramblings into one, totally insane statement of the day:
I was unaware that Palin "declared April 16, 2008 'Health Decisions Day' in Alaska to encourage more citizens to talk to their health care providers about 'advanced directives.'" That's almost identical to the abandoned proposal she now calls a "death panel".
W-w-w-wha? Asking people to talk to their doctors and make decisions about their future is the same as having unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats try to convince you that you don't need that pacemaker?
Of course, he notes that the provision was abandoned. Certainly not because it, in effect, did exactly what Palin said. Oh, no. It just wasn't worth fighting over when they can just stealthily put in restrictions on available coverage that don't involve discussing it with the patient. I almost think they put in that provision to make it seem like the patient had a role in deciding what coverages they could receive at an advanced age. I'm sure it wouldn't have mattered if the 99-year-old wanted a pacemaker but at least he'd feel he was invited to the conversation.
September 08, 2009
September 05, 2009
They manage to get a little "analysis" in
Of course, teenagers are likely to have fewer financial obligations than their older counterparts....
They do follow that up with some bad things that means, but they never mention two things that could be contributing to this:
The minimum wage was increased recently That's the first thing I thought, and it's not mentioned until the comments (the comments are actually mostly sane, that must gall the NY Times).
The other one? (I didn't even think about it until I saw it in the comments)
Illegal aliens. The commenter talked about illegal aliens working at fast food restaurants and mowing lawns, work that used to be done by teens.
It's not just that they jump ahead of the line, they screw low wage earners.
As one person put it, great, now they won't have anythiung to do, maybe they could join a gang or do all the stuff that idle teenagers do (Disclaimer: I used to be a teenager. Of course, I could work and cause problems, I multi-task well)
The NY Times, it's the way they surround a story... and cut off avenues of inquiry.
September 04, 2009
The girl, who is aged between 13 and 15, had heard rumours that particle accelerator under the Franco-Swiss border would bring about Armageddon when it was switched on last September.
At the time leading scientists including Prof Stephen Hawking were forced to deny claims that the £4.4bn accelerator would generate a black hole capable of swallowing up the earth.
In the event the collider kicked into life peacefully, although it has since been beset by technological problems.
But police in Brisbane, Australia believe that the teenage girl was so scared by the doomsday speculation that she agreed to have under-age sex with a boy in their school lavatories.
On top of all this foolishness, another student filmed them going at it and circulated it around the school via cell phones, so I bet now she wishes the world actually ended.
September 03, 2009
I figure between the shuffle board and the annoying cruise director he was hoping for a clean death.
But fate had a cruel twist in store for him
Disney spokeswoman Rena Langley says the Disney Wonder pulled the passenger out of the water
That's right, a Carnival Cruise made life worth losing so he ended up on a Disney Cruise ship.
That's like something out of Euripides.
Suddenly being too poor to travel anywhere doesn't seem so bad.
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