June 29, 2009
Here on Sullivan's Island, neighbors were reluctant to talk about what they called "the events" and said they have an abiding faith that the Sanfords will work it out -- privately.What a bunch of rubes! Don't they know they're talking to Their Betters?
Inside an art gallery, the owner was skittish of saying anything about the Sanfords, good or bad. "This is a very private community, and this is a personal family issue," Julie Sweat said as she readied her shop for an art show.
Next door at the Green Heron, a small grocery store on the main drag, a sign read "EVACUATE, MEDIA SCUM."
June 25, 2009
June 22, 2009
As much as I love Treacher, this lady (who I think is in Iran) nails the media in a more poignant fashion than any of us ever will be able to do.
I hope Michael Yon doesn't make an ass of himself boosting this lie, too.
Honestly, I don't begrudge the man some relaxation from what's the hardest job in the whole wide world, but just try to imagine the (mostly feigned) MSM outrage if he (I'm sorry, "He") was a GOPer. Yeah. It is to laugh.
June 21, 2009
Well, a little insight to the polling numbers reveals that, also shockingly, the NYT/CBS may have gamed the numbers just a bit.
BUT, according to the actual poll data, of the 73% of respondents who said they voted in 2008 only 34% voted for McCain and 66% for Obama. The actual vote was 46% (corrected) McCain. So, 29% of McCain voters ignored by the poll must not be Americans, according to the NYTs methodology, and there are about as much an overpolling of Obama voters
Anything to advance an agenda, I guess.
June 20, 2009
June 15, 2009
In the wake of last night's NBA Championship win, T.J. Simers of the Los Angeles (!) Times wrote a bilious screed against the Lakers that has me wondering whether or not some of the players ganged up and gave him a swirlie in the locker room at some point. Case in point:
How many times were we told that Kobe wanted this more than anyone else, his teeth gritted as if there was nothing more important in the whole world than a basketball game?Um, the man is a professional basketball player. What do you think his main focus is supposed to be? Yeah, there are more important things in the world, but I think I can forgive the man for wanting to win.
Update: Speaking of things more important than winning a basketball game, be sure to check out the post below this one. I hate to push it down.
Boy, it's sure a good thing I'm only some rube blogging in his pajamas (okay, underpants) and not an international cable news network or something.
June 12, 2009
Click on that and try not to puke as a bunch of media types (oooh, I'm sorry, that must be the "code words" that they're offended that we're upset against "some Americans" who are "celebrities") try to justify a joke about the daughter of a political opponent getting fucked in front of the crowd at a baseball game.
I don't have kids, but I think I might be offended if one of you fucking pukes suggested that it was okay that one of my daughters was held up to ridicule in front of a national audience.
And, hey, let's just wonder if it was one of Obama's daughters. Or, let's not. Because you fucking cowards would have an entirely different standard, and you know it. Oh, but there wouldn't be jokes there in the first place.
June 08, 2009
I nearly crashed into the car in front of me.
June 07, 2009
I'm leaning more and more toward blaming absolutely everything that goes wrong in this country over the next three and a half years on the Democrats.
June 05, 2009
Oh, who the fuck am I kidding? It's not like any of them gives a shit about "journalistic integrity" anymore.
Bow down and worship Him, Evan. Provide Him with offerings and sacrifices (like the last shreds of your credibility). You know you want to. You know you need to.
Update: Watch it and try not to throw up a little in your mouth as the death spiral of our independent, free press shifts into hyperdrive...
(Via Moron Central)
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