February 27, 2010

Maybe it's because I'm drunk

But this made me laugh until I fell over

If you have not seen the sheer awesomeness of the Nic Cage version of The Wicker Man, this really tells you everything you need to know.

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February 25, 2010

I'm on a horse!

There are no words for how much I love this.

It is nearly as awesome as this.

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Public service announcement

Married men, rejoice.  You now have justification for getting your wife triple-D bolt-on boobs for her birthday.  Because of her health and safety and all.

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Words to live by


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February 24, 2010

For some odd reason this seems apropos

Also this

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February 23, 2010

I would have just gotten drunk and then curled up with my laptop

I'm ummm vaguely interested in her flexibility. Vaguely.

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Biathlon Win!

How to increase Olympic TV ratings.

Via the Firearm Blog, funnily enough.

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February 22, 2010

Bronze medal of AWESOME

What's the point of getting a medal at the Olympics if you can't hold it in front of your crotch and ask girls to kiss it?


I suppose the question is, is Scotty Lago sporting a half pipe or a full pipe down there?

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Don't make it tiny, make it shady.

Shady URL.

yes, Shady URL.
Don't just shoren your URL, make it suspicious and frightenin(sic).

It's not perfect, but it gets the essence.
DPUD's "shady url" is

Surprising me, I would have expected a few "fucks".
Ace's is spot on

Heh.Cuz he gets that sweet, sweet blog money for "accidentally" linking lezbo porn.

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February 21, 2010

Living La Vida Moron

Is this old? I've been waiting a few days to post it because I was expecting to see it.
So anyway, they tried a stripper-mobile in Vegas but were told to stop it.
No, not a bunch of strippers suspended from threads above your bed, but a glass-sided truck with strippers cruising the Strip. (heh, I just got the joke).
So you have a good idea but Sin City threw you out. Atlantic City pols want too much in bribes. What to do, what to do?
Florida! Brilliant!
So it's cruising Tampa hotspots like Ybor City.
Edited for spelling and to make sense.

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February 19, 2010

Liz Cheney, RINO

She called for the end of Don't Ask, Don't Tell in an interview with Talking Points Memo.

Why do you hate the troops so much, Ms. Cheney?!

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February 18, 2010

Here is the name that should be out there - Robin DeHaven

Instead of the nutjob who flew the plane into the building, everyone should be talking about this guy:

Fox News is interviewing a guy (former military) named Robin DeHaven who works for a glass replacement company named Binswanger.

He drove to the building after seeing plane and smoke from the crash, put his ladders up to the building -- and when he saw that the people at the window were 'panicked' -- climbed into the building, and helped get five people out.

That's a hero.  The jackass who did this?  Subhuman trash whose name should be spat upon.

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Dramatic Olbermann

From Reason,

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February 17, 2010

I could actually get behind this

In an experiment that could reshape American secondary education, high schools in eight states will introduce new courses next year, along with a battery of tests for sophomores, that will allow students who pass to get a diploma two years early and immediately enroll in community college.


The new system of high school coursework with the accompanying board examinations is modeled largely on systems in high-performing nations including Denmark, Finland, England, France and Singapore.


“That’s a central problem we’re trying to address, the enormous failure rate of these kids when they go to the open admission colleges,” said Marc S. Tucker, president of the National Center on Education and the Economy, a Washington-based nonprofit that is organizing the board exam effort. “We’ve looked at schools all over the world, and if you walk into a high school in the countries that use these board exams, you’ll see kids working hard, whether they want to be a carpenter or a brain surgeon.”

I think it would be even better if there was a vo-tech / apprenticeship aspect also, but I will take gains where I can get them.

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Justice Scalia Proves Why He Kicks So Much Ass, His Brain Is A Lethal Weapon

Not only does the good Justice show grace and class with a prospective screenwriter, but he nukes the "secession" argument some people are making vis a vis whatever crawled into their brains and died.

I am afraid I cannot be of much help with your problem, principally because I cannot imagine that such a question could ever reach the Supreme Court. To begin with, the answer is clear. If there was any constitutional issue resolved by the Civil War, it is that there is no right to secede. (Hence, in the Pledge of Allegiance, "one Nation, indivisible.") Secondly, I find it difficult to envision who the parties to this lawsuit might be. Is the State suing the United States for a declaratory judgment? But the United States cannot be sued without its consent, and it has not consented to this sort of suit.


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February 16, 2010

A worthy charity

First there was Pizza for the IDF.
You can buy take-out for soldiers on the front lines in Israel.

So now Rusty has an idea.
Whoever killed the Hamas terrorist in Dubai (naturally they're claiming it was the Joooooooos)
That the Mossad used his real passport information to enter Dubai where they killed a known terrorist.

Rusty's response?
Personally I'd be tickled pink if the Mossad killed a Hamas leader in my name.
Note to Mossad: leave "Rusty Shackleford was here" notes on the next guy you ice.

Rusty thinks we should have Passports for the Mossad.
I'm all over that.
How would you start something like that? Maybe a Facebook page?

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I call it "Plan B"

That my friends is a Remington 870 modified to fit that M-4.
Possibly, maybe (if we all pray real hard), they'll be available to civilians.
Not the M-4, the shotgun. But only in places where short barreled shotguns are legal. Like oh, say..... Virginia.
It has 3 configurations

But really, who cares? The pistol is pretty darn cool but....
My .50 Beowulf will have an underslung 12 gauge.
For the zombie-elephant apocalypse.

Should I h/t the Firearm Blog considering the link goes there (and the huge URL in the pic) and I'm the one who saw it there?

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February 15, 2010

Best. Valentine's. EVAR!

The epic nerd in me is so very, very sad that I spent Valentine's Day (a) not in a Star Trek costume and (b) not at the Guinnes Record-setting most-Trekkies-in-costume-EVAH event in London.

Seriously, folks, waste of a perfectly good fake holiday.  Don't believe me?  Take a look below the fold.


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That the point.

Obama-Tool and former Clintonista, John Podesta, is all upset that his boss can't ram his crap sandwich down our throats.

"We designed our gov't in such a way as to keep tools like John Podefta in check"
Stuff Jefferson Said
5th Edition (revised).

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Reason 3,458,203 why I love John Scalzi

Oh Scalzi, you are all the awesome. Everything I need to know about winter I learned from scifi movies.

Personal faves?

1. If it's so cold that your tauntaun wants to stay in, reconsider going out.

2. Also, geeks: When the Super-Winter comes, and everyone else is burning books to stay warm? All that gloating you did about how awesome your Kindle is will finally come back to haunt you

(I'm presuming I don't have to tell anyone reading this crapblog what movie either piece of advice is from)

[also don't even start with the but Scalzi's a liiiiiiiiib crap.  He taped bacon to his cat.  He's Good People.  Also I may possibly love Jane Sagan like burning]

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