January 31, 2010

Evangelical Atheists Suck

Via Hot Air (where you saw it), we find this article about some atheist group angry over Mother Theresa getting a stamp. As an atheist, I'll respond.
Go screw.
Idjits, you're making my life difficult.
They weren't upset about Martin Luther King because, so they claim, he just happened to be a minister while she was known primarily as a nun.
Methinks the Reverend Martin Luther King, in one of his sermons, might have disagreed.

Good people is good people. There are few enough who deserve our respect to restrict the pool because you have a problem with their particular religion.
Cool fact I didn't know until reading wikipedia about her for something I then deleted, she was born in the Ottoman Empire.

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January 27, 2010

Only in DC

So I go to a gay bar to escape Obama and the SOTU.  What do they do?  Project it on the wall and replace the music with the audio from the event. 

I die. 

Sometimes I hate this city. 

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January 18, 2010

Protip: Don't lie about your military service

It's one, against the law, and two, seriously, milbloggers will find you out, and crush you.

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January 17, 2010

Can you say busted?

If Lexicon is your favorite brand then here's a shocker, the company figured if it isn't broke, then don't fix it and grabbed an Oppo BDP-83 Blu-ray player and encased it into a high end chassis and listed it for $3500 -- a $3000 case, wow? We know this type of thing goes on all the time in the world of electronics, but wow, this is just unbelievable. The folks at Audioholics didn't believe it either, so they stripped the two players down and did some bench testing to reveal that indeed both were identical -- other than the case that is.
And this is why high end electronics are a scam. This happens way more often than you think. When I first started working in the manufacturing industry it was pointed out to me that there were only 3 factories making VCRs all the boards were the same it was just a change in name plates. Same with most TVs. If you know what you are doing you can actually look at the labels and tell which brands are manufactured by which companies at which factories.

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January 13, 2010

Someone give this man his World's Biggest Douche Award.

A lot of times, I'll say a story left me speechless, and then proceed to follow it up with two or three paragraphs of shit.  This story really, actually left me speechless.  I will say this is some seriously fucked up shit and leave it at that.

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A mystery for the ages

Who is the greater whackadoodle?

Excitable Andi or Pat Robertson.

I'm thinking it's a tie myself. 

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January 08, 2010

Balloon Boy's father: You're a liar and I'mma sue you, sheriff!

What a fucking retard.

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January 06, 2010

Our System At Work

Crotchbomber had his visa revoked.


Fucking B+ there, folks. Solid fucking B+.


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January 03, 2010


Even the USPS agrees.

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I Give The Democrats A B+ On Their Foreign Policy And War On Terror

I mean, as sadly predictable as this story is, I still am amazed at the EPIC FAIL that will come from Obama's handling of recent events.

Appearing on "Fox News Sunday," Brennan was asked why the Obama administration did not choose to treat Abdulmutallab as an enemy combatant. "He was arrested on U.S. soil," Brennan answered. "The Department of Justice makes that determination about what is the best tool to use {with this crew in charge? We're screwed-ed}."

{But if the guy had had a copy of a Glenn Beck book on his body, he'd be the lone resident of Gitmo forever-ed}

Pressed about reports Abdulmutallab stopped talking to investigators after he was given a lawyer and read his Miranda rights, Brennan said, "We have an array of tools that we will use" in the case {and what are they? Asking the ACLU what to do next?-ed}. "[Abdulmutallab] was in fact talking to people who were detaining him…Just because somebody is going to be put into the criminal legal process doesn't mean we don't have other opportunities to get information from him."

{and you'll squander those opportunities as well-ed}

Anybody see the problem with the above inset?

After that, this story only gets better.

Brennan also said the Obama administration will continue to send Guantanamo detainees to Yemen. "Absolutely," he said. "We're going to be working closely with the Yemeni government." {you mean Yemen has a functioning Government? Color me shocked! So far, Yemen doesn't seem too interested in holding terrorists-ed}Brennan added: "Guantanamo must be closed…It has served as a propaganda tool for al Qaeda. {so does jihadi snuff pron and the promise of a free goat to fuck every night. So should we eliminate that as well?-ed}"

Fuck this shit! This is going to end poorly.

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January 02, 2010

Total Body Scanners Would Not Have Caught the Nigerian Underwear Bomber

So says The Independent anyway.

The explosive device smuggled in the clothing of the Detroit bomb suspect would not have been detected by body-scanners set to be introduced in British airports, an expert on the technology warned last night.


Since the attack was foiled, body-scanners, using "millimetre-wave" technology and revealing a naked image of a passenger, have been touted as a solution to the problem of detecting explosive devices that are not picked up by traditional metal detectors – such as those containing liquids, chemicals or plastic explosive.

But Ben Wallace, the Conservative MP, who was formerly involved in a project by a leading British defence research firm to develop the scanners for airport use, said trials had shown that such low-density materials went undetected.

Tests by scientists in the team at Qinetiq, which Mr Wallace advised before he became an MP in 2005, showed the millimetre-wave scanners picked up shrapnel and heavy wax and metal, but plastic, chemicals and liquids were missed.

If a material is low density, such as powder, liquid or thin plastic – as well as the passenger's clothing – the millimetre waves pass through and the object is not shown on screen. High- density material such as metal knives, guns and dense plastic such as C4 explosive reflect the millimetre waves and leave an image of the object.


I would say that this just points out the need for a comprehensive security screening system that focuses on the mental state of the person as well as the physical characteristics.

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January 01, 2010

Just to start the new year out right, another helping of Fan Fiction Friday

In which Superman is anally abused by a grammatically impaired busty blond porn star.

These fanfics are so wrong, so very very wrong, but at the same time so amusing.  I am probably headed for a special Kryptonian hell for laughing so hard at this one.

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