October 24, 2010

Tuesdays With Shit For Brains

Let's review:

1. Muslim terrorists kill thousands of people on 9/11.

2. Bill O'Reilly makes a remark on The View about how "Muslims killed us."

3. Two old ladies walk off the set of The View.

4. O'Reilly spends a week talking about 1-3 on his show.

5. Juan Williams says he's "worried" and "nervous" when people in "Muslim garb" are on a flight that he's on.

6. Williams gets fired from his NPR gig.

7. Somewhere in a cave, bin Laden laughs.

Um, why? Is it because one of his goals was censorship? Because he's a fan of political correctness? Nope. Something else happened:

And that, right there is the fucking problem, isn't it, Mitch?

You fucked up and admitted the truth, didn't you? Williams said something that lots of people are afraid to say, and Ho-Lee Shit, it got a lot of attention, didn't it?

You're done. At least I hope so. You and your pals can look the other way and hope that the terrorists kill you last, but the rest of us would rather...oh, fuck. I don't even care anymore. Bow down, and see what you get.

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October 20, 2010

Overreaction

You might have heard that Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, called Anita Hill a couple of Saturdays ago. Not a bright idea, in my humble opinion.

Here, according to the LAT, is a transcript of the voicemail she left:

"Good morning, Anita Hill, it's Ginni Thomas. I just wanted to reach across the airwaves and the years and ask you to consider something. I would love you to consider an apology sometime and some full explanation of why you did what you did with my husband. So give it some thought and certainly pray about this and come to understand why you did what you did. OK, have a good day."
Again, according to the LAT, and apparently confirmed by a campus official, Hill turned the voicemail message over to security at Brandeis University, where she teaches "social policy, law and women's studies."

The campus authorities then proceeded to turn the recording over to the fucking FBI.

Again, while I think it was a really, really bad idea for Virginia Thomas to contact Hill, go back and look at that transcript. Is there anything remotely threatening going on there that the FBI should be looking into? Was there a crime committed?

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October 19, 2010

Mr. Hands was unavailable for comment

Dude,

“So he went over there to check on the horses. He later admitted to police that he may have inadvertently stuck his fingers inside the horse."


The creeper is being brought up on a host of charges, and will likely have to say,



...for a few years, anyway.

Thought I'd add that song just to make it more creepy and vomit inducing.

You're welcome.

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October 15, 2010

I feel like there's a missing word here

Let's see, what's the word I'm thinking of? I think it starts with a "D," but I just can't seem to put my finger on it...



Huh. It'll probably come to me. Eventually. In a few weeks.

(Via someone who should have known better.)

Update: I should note that this guy is a decorated combat veteran who has served our country honorably. Good on him for that.

It's just that he seems unwilling to mention a certain detail about his background. Funny, that.

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October 14, 2010

Ohmygawdthisishorrible

This documentary about how military contractors are (somehow wrongfully) providing jobs for people in Third World countries is being shown on a local PBS station here.  Your tax dollars paid for that to be shown.

On the other hand, HALLIBURTON!!!!!

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