December 31, 2008

Target marketing

Are you the kind of angry lefty scold who feels the need to inject politics into every fucking last part of your Chimpy McBu$hitler-hating life?  Well, if you're reading this, probably not, but if you are, I have good news!  There's finally a cell phone carrier for you!

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December 29, 2008

Domestic Bliss!

With this lady as a prime example.

The woman replied by saying "tase me in the face," according to the incident report.

The woman was restrained by her husband while the deputy was able to draw a pair of handcuffs and place them on the struggling woman.  

The altercation started with the couple's 25-year-old son recklessly driving an ATV on Evergreen St., officers said. The deputy went to the driver's home and during the investigation the woman arrived and started yelling at the deputy and tried to drive him off their property.

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December 28, 2008

The Messiah is coming, and he doesn't seem to like the GOP

Some group called "Share International" has been running commercials on the History Channel all day, talking about how a great new spiritual leader is coming to lead the world, so I decided to check them out online, and I found this on their website (with my emphasis):

Q. Did vote tampering take place in the recent US presidential elections?

A. Yes, but to a lesser degree than the last two elections.

Q. If so, what would the real results have been – without vote rigging and other tricks?

A. About 5 per cent higher for Barack Obama [heh, that's a good one - ed.].

Q. Does the election of Barack Obama mean that the soul aspect of America can more easily manifest itself?

A. Not necessarily. He has not done anything yet! A better indication will come when the US public hear and assess Maitreya. The African-American community will feel empowered and vindicated by Barack Obama's election victory but almost half of the popular vote, 48 per cent, went to the Republicans. The breakdown of America's economic and financial hegemony will be very influential in the months ahead.

Q. Do you think Barack Obama will be more responsive to Maitreya's ideas than his Republican counterpart?

A. Yes, and he has come to presidential power at a significant moment for the world.

Q. Will Barack Obama be the last president of the United States? I believe it was either Maitreya's associate or your Master who said that eventually the US presidency will be replaced by a group of wise elder statesmen and that former president Jimmy Carter (in office, 1976-1980) will be invited to join them if he lives long enough.

A. That is still the Plan so there is every chance that Mr Obama will be the last President.

Oh, that's just great. We ditch the system of government that's served us for two hundred years in favor of...a doddering Jimmah and some of his buddies?  I don't think so.

This seems to be a quasi-religious organization, but it definitely looks like it tilts to the left.  Does anybody know how one could go about checking out whether or not they enjoy tax-exempt status?

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December 23, 2008

The nerve!

Some douche of a talk radio host down in San Diego swiped an entire post from Iowahawk and is passing it off as his own, even though he's been told multiple times to remove it or give credit where it's due.  Iowahawk has the link where you can leave comments, so go give the asshole a piece of your mind.

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December 22, 2008

Marching orders

Some glib Gawker asshole named Ryan Tate tells us all what we're supposed to be writing about.  Well, get crackin' you knuckle-dragging Reichwing fascists!


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How do you take a Moron-friendly concept like a blog about alcohol and drinking and immediately drive it into the ground? Well, you could staff it with a bunch of pointy-headed people from the New York Times, for starters...

For years my wife and I resisted owning a television, so I would use my local bar like the family room, and go there to watch sports on TV.
That pretty much tells you all you need to know about the blog. In my experience, anybody who makes a point of publicly and proudly mentioning their refusal to own a teevee is to be avoided, if not shunned.

Here's something from another post that I'm sure you can all relate to:
A few years ago, I was bringing a racing boat back to England after Antigua Sailing week and we made a pit stop in Horta, in the Azores Islands, after 12 dry days at sea. There was a gale building behind, a full moon overhead, the deck and rigging were streaked with phosphorescence, and I turned off the instrument lights and drove by feel, with dolphins as outriders making luminous trails through the swells.
The author eventually gets around to a long and dull discourse on hangovers.

I think I'll stick to the Moronosphere for stories about booze.

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Get Your Fresh Hot Conspiracy Mongering Here!

I had never even heard of this guy, but if some "Loose Change" type of goofballs can send out a press release, it must be legit.

A tipster close to the McCain campaign disclosed to VR in July that Mr. Connell's life was in jeopardy and that Karl Rove had threatened him and his wife, Heather. VR's attorney, Cliff Arnebeck, notified the United States Attorney General , Ohio law enforcement and the federal court about these threats and insisted that Mr. Connell be placed in protective custody. VR also told a close associate of Mr. Connell's not to fly his plane because of another tip that the plane could be sabotaged. Mr. Connell, a very experienced pilot, has had to abandon at least two flights in the past two months because of suspicious problems with his plane. On December 18, 2008, Mr. Connell flew to a small airport outside of Washington DC to meet some people. It was on his return flight the next day that he crashed.

On October 31, Mr. Connell appeared before a federal judge in Ohio after being subpoenaed in a federal lawsuit investigating the rigging of the 2004 election under the direction of Karl Rove. The judge ordered Mr. Connell to testify under oath at a deposition on November 3rd, the day before the presidential election. Velvet Revolution received confidential information that the White House was extremely concerned about Mr. Connell talking about his illegal work for the White House and two Bush/Cheney 04 attorneys were dispatched to represent him.

An associate of Mr. Connell's told VR that Mr. Connell was involved with the destruction of the White House emails and the setting up of the off-grid White House email system.

Mr. Connell handled all of John McCain's computer work in the recent presidential campaign. VR has received direct evidence that the McCain campaign kept abreast of the legal developments against Mr. Connell by reading the VR dedicated website,

VR demands that the Ohio Attorney General and the United States Justice Department conduct a complete investigation into the activities of Mr. Connell and determine whether there was any foul play in his death. VR demands that federal law enforcement officials place the following people under protective custody pending this investigation. 

Seriously, guys. The Bush Administration has been beset with people who have wanted nothing more than to curry favor with Sally Quinn's Cocktail Party Circuit or get a sweet book deal from day one, and leaking or revealing damaging details or conversations has been one of the great tactics of this crew. By now, do you not think that some mid-level staffer or official with one of the myriad agencies polluting Washington would have leaked this devious scam? And if this Connel guy was so good before, why couldn't he help rig the vote in Ohio again?


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December 19, 2008

Why does this twit still have a column?

Because it can't be said often or loudly enough: Fuck you, Kathleen.

(Via Moron Central, where she's appropriately lumped in with another "conservative.")

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December 17, 2008

An observation

Have you noticed who we haven't seen online in a little over a month?  I am speaking, of course, about our good friends, the Concerned Christian Conservatives who were so helpful during the run-up to the election.  Why, I don't think I've seen any of them in the comment sections of any of the blogs I frequent since...about...November 4th.

Funny, that.

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Can't hardly wait

Hey, guys, how's about we wait to see how he performs in office before, well, this.

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Remember Mike Tyson?

Well, he's not looking so good right now.

Courtesy the AP and some other guy fearing he would be eaten.

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December 16, 2008

Eat a Whopper, annoy a lefty

Burger King's "Whopper Virgins" ad campaign seems to be annoying all the right people, including this ninny from the Chicago Tribune:

We are told that the burger virgins preferred—surprise, surprise—Whoppers to Big Macs, but we are only left to wonder how American-style junk food, laden with hormones, steroids and saturated fats, was received by their pristine digestive systems.
Yeah, I'm sure they all instantly contracted incurable stomach cancer and diabeetus. Lighten up, Francis.


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December 10, 2008

Happy Non-Denominational Winter Holiday

And so the Christmas-related idiocy begins...

The song was pulled “because it had the word Christmas in it,” said Rick Holliday, assistant school superintendent.

A Jewish mother, who didn't want her name published, objected to what she called "religious overtones" in the song. So the principal agreed to pull it from the program.

I'll leave it to you to click on the link to find out what the offending song was.


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December 05, 2008

Oh, for God's sake, just shut up already

I'll give you three guesses as to what Excitable Andi (no link per editorial policy) is talking about here, and the first two don't count:

Maybe I am crazy to even wonder. Or maybe we have witnessed one of the biggest frauds in American political history and the biggest failures among the American media in a very, very long time.
Well, Andi, I'm gonna go ahead and guess that it's the former, you shrieking, hysterical, demented (and I mean that in the literal sense) douche.


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