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Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Writer Susan Sontag Dies at Age 71

Sontag had been an outspoken critic of President Bush over his response to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and particularly the U.S.-led war in Iraq. She ignited a firestorm of criticism when she declared that the Sept. 11 attacks were not a "cowardly attack" on civilization but "an act undertaken as a consequence of specific American alliances and actions."

Good riddance moonbat.

Ohio Recount Ends (for now)

But the completion of the recount will not bring an end to questions surrounding the vote in Ohio. A group of voters citing fraud have challenged the election results with the Ohio Supreme Court. The voters, supported by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, have cited irregularities including long lines, a shortage of voting machines in minority precincts and problems with computer equipment.

Face it Moonbats, at least this time it doesn't matter how many times you count the votes, Bush won.

NASA Takes Major Step in Return to Space

I'll be glad to see them launching again.

Happy Birthday !

  • 1946 Edgar Winter (1946 ?!?!? Can that be right ?) Author of the classic instrumental rock hit "Frankenstein”. They Only Come Out at Night is still one of my all time favorite albums.

  • 1922 Stan Lee “With great power comes great responsibility.” Without Stan Lee there would be no Spider-Man, X-Men or Incredible Hulk. As a result of his inexhaustible imagination, Stan "the man" Lee’s superheroes have both inspired and delighted comic-loving audiences for generations. Lee first joined Marvel Comics in New York at the age of 16, and just one year later he became the youngest editor in the industry. Soon earning the titles of art director, head writer and publisher, Lee scripted a minimum of five comic books a week. In addition to his myriad of comic books, Lee has penned over a dozen best-selling books and has served as producer of Marvel’s popular Saturday Morning Cartoons that have included “Spider Man and his Amazing Friends” and “The X-Men.” Currently, Lee is the Chairman of Marvel Comics and Marvel Films, and his fascinating characters can be seen everywhere from lunch boxes to Marvel’s "Islands of Adventure" amusement park in Orlando, Florida. He has made cameos in almost all of the movies based upon his characters.

This Day In History

  • 1902 The first professional indoor football game was played at Madison Square Garden in New York City. It was the first World Series of pro football. It was a five-team tournament. The first game was played among a team made up of players from both the Athletics and the Phillies baseball teams named simply New York and Syracuse. 3,000 were in attendance. Syracuse, with Glen (Pop) Warner at guard, won 6-0 and went on to win the tournament.
  • 1937 The Irish Free State became the Republic of Ireland when a new constitution established the country as a sovereign state under the name of Eire.
  • 1945 The U.S. Congress officially recognized the "Pledge of Allegiance". The phrase "Under God" was added in In 1954 after a campaign by the Knights of Columbus, pissing off atheists and liberals ever since.
  • 1973 The Chamber of Commerce of Akron, OH, terminated its association with the All-American Soap Box Derby. It was stated that the race had become "a victim of cheating and fraud." The DNC immediately hired all involved as political consults.
  • 1981 Elizabeth Jordan Carr, the first American test-tube baby, was born in Norfolk, VA. The ACLU, NOW, and Planned Parenthood all protested against the birth because the test-tube's right to decide had been ignored.
  • 1991 Nine people died in a crush to get into a basketball game at City College in New York. Evidently they had mistakenly thought that The Who were playing that night.
  • 1995 Pressure from German prosecutors investigating pornography forced CompuServe to set a precedent by blocking access to sex-oriented newsgroups on the Internet for its customers. CompuServe subscriptions have been falling steadily ever since.
  • 2000 U.S. District Court Judge Matsch held a hearing to ensure that confessed Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh understood that he was dropping his appeals. McVeigh said that he wanted an execution date, set but wanted to reserve the right to seek presidential clemency. McVeigh was put to death by lethal injection at 7:14 a.m. (8:14 EDT) on Monday, June 11, 2001.

Liza Minnelli Latest Victim Of Beds Gone Bad !

Minnelli was hospitalized early Monday, Dec. 27, 2004 after falling out of bed at her residence

How many more celebrities must be injured before the Bush Administration finally does something about these vicious beds ? Must somebody die first ? Harrumph !

Snow White Scandal !

"The seventh dwarf wasn't on stage the whole time because he was in stuck down in the mine working overtime"

I see a cover-up here. I think the missing dwarfs were offed by a jealous Prince Charming and then thrown down a well !

I'm sure the evil Republicans had something to do with this heinous act !

Monday, December 27, 2004

Yes !

The record, the Division Champs, and now on to the Playoffs !

Washington Governor's Race May Not Be Over

DemocRats now say the race is over because they kept recounting until they got results they liked. DemocRats only have to win once. Republicans have to win many, many, many times; and then they still haven't really won according to liberal logic.

Thursday, December 23, 2004

Damn You Canada !

10°F ! WTFIUWT ?

Global warming my ass.

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Picture Of A Thief

Forced Shaving Has Some Great Stuph !

This guy's found (or made ?) some great pics !

Happy Holidays, Everyone !

Ok. I'm going to hell for laughing at this one.

No More Votes Needed Thank You

Posted by Matt over at MartiniPundit.

Interesting Tidbit On The Washington State Governor's Race

Found on Cold Hearted Truth. More there entitled "Machines don't cheat... People do."

The Results Of The GeekLog "You Think Your Job Sucks" Online Poll

You know, my job's not that bad...

New York Electoral Votes Go To: John L. Kerry

I just liked David's tag on it.

Taiwanese Eat Fetuses !

H8 2 Tell U...

Custody Ruling

An interesting custody case ruling centered around a poor battered boy. Found over at The Orginal Musings.

A Modern Twist To The Nutcracker

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Found over at Freedom Of Thought.

French Teenagers Mug Santa Claus

A group of French teenagers have mugged Father Christmas, attempting to steal his sack of presents.

The man dressed as Santa Claus was handing out sweets in the southern town of Ales when things turned nasty.

One of the teenagers demanded extra sweets and, when the red-cloaked Santa refused, he and his friends started kicking and pummelling the man.

The teenager and his friends, all about 15 years of age, were eventually scared off by passers-by.

Father Christmas suffered multiple bruises and has lodged a criminal complaint, the AFP news agency reported.

Like we really needed another reason to hate the French.

Dems Claim Win in Wash. Governor's Race

Democrats have claimed victory in the race for Washington governor by a razor-thin margin of eight votes, citing preliminary results of a hand recount they say puts Christine Gregoire in front for the first time.

So let's see:
  • Republican Dino Rossi won the first count by 261 votes.
  • He won a machine recount by 42 votes.
  • Still refusing to concede, DemocRat Christine Gregoire demanded a hand recount of 2.9 million votes. Now the DemocRats are claiming victory on 8 votes.
This is the Al Gore legacy, keep counting the votes until you get the result you want. Now it's all down to what ever decision the State Supreme Court makes.

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Speedsters Beware !

Speedsters beware! : Two Italian State Policemen pose next to the 'Lamborghini Gallardo' police Car in Rome. The traffic police will use the car during emergency situations on the Salerno-Reggio Calabria highway. (AFP/Patrick

Twins Swap Clothes To Free Felon From Jail

Don't be getting any bright ideas Fred.

Democratic Marginalization Picks Up Speed

Three elected officials in the traditional Democratic stronghold of Shelby County defected yesterday to the Republican Party, the same day the local
Democratic chairman resigned.

I hope this is a trend.

Crazy Freak Fetus Resembles Human Baby

Larry over at Blame Bush sure nailed this one.

This Would Be A Great Tool For A Pedophile Internet Predator

Found via If You Read Only One Blog This Year (v. 5.0).

Weird Things You Can Do With A Twenty #714

Found on Nick's Blog.

What ? No "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2005" ?

That shoots down my plans for New Years.

Voyeur's Hairy Feet Lead To His Arrest

A woman in the locker room of a local YMCA in Greensboro, N. C., thought something strange was afoot when she noticed a pair of hairy feet in the next shower stall.

The unshaven limbs belonged to David Herbert Witham, 43, who allegedly sneaked into the women's locker room at the Mary Perry Ragsdale YMCA Dec. 7 and attempted to spy on its occupants, according to Captain David Powell of the Guilford County Sheriff's Department.

Powell said no one was able to determine how long Witham had been in the shower stall, but the Peeping Tom was exposed when the woman saw his hairy feet.

"She noticed them because of the gap underneath the shower stall's door," Powell said. "She did not believe them to be the feet of a woman."

The woman notified locker-room attendants, who discovered Witham. He was reportedly caught with a small handheld mirror, which he used to spy on women who were showering in other stalls.

YMCA staff contacted police and Witham was placed under arrest. According to Powell, the father of two attempted to explain how he ended up in the women's locker room.

"He says he accidentally walked in there," Powell said. "He thought it was the family locker room."

Witham was charged with secretly peeping in the room of a female. He was released after posting $1500 bond.

That's why I always shave first.

Texas Still Most Active Death-Penalty State

Texas remained the most active death penalty state in 2004 with 23 executions, down from a year ago and about average for the past decade.

Twenty-three deterred murders, it's a start.

Conservative Students Sue Over Academic Freedom

'bout time.

There's Always A Price To Pay For World Series Championship

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Is It Just Me Or Does Today Seem Shorter Than Normal ?

What Is It With Florida Cops And Tasers ?

First the fourteen year old girl, then the six year old boy, then the twelve year old girl and now a guy in a wheelchair ! At least they can't accused of discrimination, they taser everybody regardless of age or affliction ! It appears they've used tasers on kids at least three times in recent months. It seems it's a widespread practice across the state. They even had one guy die after a Florida Cop tasered him ! Of course thinking on it a bit, I've met plenty of kids that could actually use a good tasering.

This Day In History

  • 1898 Scientists Pierre and Marie Curie discovered the radioactive element radium. On April 19, 1906 Pierre slipped on a wet street and fell in front of a heavy horse-drawn wagon. It ran over his head, killing him instantly. On July 4, 1934, Marie died of aplastic anemia, a blood disease that often results from getting too much radiation.
  • In 1914, the first feature-length silent film comedy, "Tillie's Punctured Romance" Staring Charlie Chaplin was released.
  • 1968 Apollo 8 was launched on a mission to orbit the moon. That's back when we knew how to do those type of things.
  • 1978 Police in Des Plaines, Ill., arrested John W. Gacy Jr. and began unearthing the remains of 33 men and boys that Gacy was later convicted of murdering. He was executed early Tuesday, May 10, 1994 despite a problem with the lethal injection used to kill him.
  • 1988 270 people were killed when a terrorist bomb exploded aboard a Pam Am Boeing 747 over Lockerbie, Scotland, sending wreckage crashing to the ground.
  • 1990 In a German television interview, Saddam Hussein declared that he would not withdraw from Kuwait by the UN deadline. File under great decisions.

Monday, December 20, 2004

Freezing Temps Stretch South to Florida

And here it's 53°F

Some People Have Far Too Much Time On Their Hands

Found this a while back, thought it was worth sharing.


The 3rd Annual Twenty Most Annoying Liberals In The United States

By John Hawkins over at Right Wing News.

How 'Bout Them Colts ?

Seventh Consecutive Victory, 11-3.

The Colts play host to San Diego next week.

They're also 11-3.

Should be a great game.

Schwarzenegger Suggests U.S. Republicans Move Leftward

That's about the dumbest advise I've heard all week. Of course it's only Monday.
Neal Boortz had a pretty good take on it.

Sunday, December 19, 2004

Poor Diet, Inherited Disease Made Gollum Mad

And here we thought that silly little ring had something to do with it.

Finally, The French Find A Cause Worth Fighting For

Uniting, Not Dividing, Again

In another blow to the myth the moonbats keep pushing via the MSM; President Bush signed the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 during a ceremony in Washington. Among those included and in the picture are Senator Joe Lieberman (D-CT), and Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA).

It's Good To Have Family Visit

Had a good visit with my "little" brother Mike. He'd never seen any of the Evil Dead Trilogy so naturally I had to turn him on to Evil Dead II and Army Of Darkness. Two of the funniest parodies ever made. These were two of Sam Raimi's whose latest hit was Spider-Man II. File under Must See Movies.

Picture Of A Monster

This is an undated photo showing Lisa M. Montgomery, a resident of Melvern, Kan. Montgomery was arrested late Friday, Dec. 17, 2004, and charged with kidnapping resulting in death in a case of a woman being murdered and her 8-month-old fetus cut out of her womb. The baby of Bobbie Jo Stinnett was recovered and was reported in good condition on Saturday. (AP Photo/Maryville Daily Forum)

The ACLU (Asinine Clueless Liberals Union), CFRR (Clearly Females Recommending Ruin), NOW (National Organization of Whores) and leading DemocRats protested the arrest saying she was only exercising a woman's right to choose and should be free to apply fulfillment of reproductive rights.

There She Is -- China's First Miss Plastic Surgery

Now they've found a way to look even more alike.

(That wasn't racially insensitive was it ?)

This Day In History

  • 1562 The Battle of Dreux was fought between the Huguenots and the Catholics, beginning the French Wars of Religion. The two armies stood around for two hours looking at each other before the action began. This battle was a study in ineptitude, a military practice the French honed and perfected in the centuries since.
  • 1777 Gen. George Washington led his army of about 11,000 men to Valley Forge, PA, to camp for the winter. They didn't leave until June 19, 1778. Yet, despite the ever-present fear of mutiny, no real disaffection occurred. As Hessian Major Baurmeister conceded, the army was kept from disintegrating by the "spirit of liberty." Men and officers accepted their tragic plight with a sense of humor and extraordinary forbearance, but it was an ordeal that no army could be expected to undergo for long. Nathanael Greene wrote to General Washington, "God grant we may never be brought to such a wretched condition again."
  • 1958 No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "The Chipmunk Song,'' The Chipmunks with David Seville. The song is the second No. 1 for Chipmunks creator Ross Bagdasarian, alias David Seville. Before he created the Chipmunks, Seville hit in April 1958 with "Witch Doctor''.
  • 1959 Walter Williams died in Houston, TX, at the age of 117. He was said to be the last surviving veteran of the U.S. Civil War. He was a Confederate. When a newspaper reporter asked him to describe his function as a soldier, he replied testily, "I stole food, that's what!''
  • 1973 Johnny Carson started a fake toilet-paper scare on the "Tonight Show." He said "You know what's disappearing from the supermarket shelves ? Toilet paper. There's an acute shortage of toilet paper in the United States." The next morning, many of the 20 million television viewers ran to the supermarket and bought all the toilet paper they could find. By noon, most of the stores were out of stock!
  • 1985 ABC Sports announced that it was severing ties with Howard Cosell and released ‘The Mouth’ from all TV commitments. Cosell continued on ABC Radio for another five years. "Look at that little monkey run !" has gone down in history as one of the fastest ways to ruin a sports broadcasting career, right alongside "They're bred for it".
  • 1996 The school board of Oakland, CA, voted to recognize Black English, also known as "Ebonics." The board later reversed its stance. What uh bunch o' crap all ye damn hood ratz
  • 1998 President Bill Clinton was impeached on two charges of perjury and obstruction of justice by the U.S. House of Representatives. And rightfully so.
  • 2000 The U.N. Security Council voted to impose sanctions on Afghanistan's Taliban rulers unless they closed all terrorist training camps and surrender U.S. embassy bombing suspect Osama bin Laden. We all know how effective those sanctions were and the results of the Clinton Administration's inaction against terrorists as well as the eight years of budget cuts for the military and intelligence Organizations under the Clinton Administration.

President Bush Named Time's Person of 2004

President George Bush for the second time was chosen as Time magazine's Person of the Year.

I'm glad they chose him, but I'm not sure it's really that much of an honor given that past persons of the year included people like Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Stalin Again, Nikita Khrushchev, Jimmy Carter, Teng Hsiao-P'ing, Ayatullah Khomeini, Endangered Earth (Planet of the Year), Bill Clinton, and The Peacemakers (in which the terrorist Yasser Arafat was included as a Peacemaker).

Saturday, December 18, 2004

Judge Blocks Washington State Ballot Count

So much for the DemocRat's attempt at cheating.

Giant Fla. Sinkhole Swallows 4-Lane Road

Glad I wasn't driving there today.

This Day In History

  • 1865 Slavery was abolished in the United States with the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution being ratified. We were one of the first nations in history to recognize that slavery was inherently evil and we choose to put an end to it. I'm proud to be a citizen in a country like that. Whites fought for the freedom of blacks. Unfortunately too many blacks still place all of the blame for slavery on whitey and conveniently overlook the fact that most blacks were sold into to slavery in the first place by other blacks. Slavery was not invented by whites, it was a common practice in almost every culture from the dawn of time. We stopped it. Most blacks also overlook the fact that it was the Republican Party that was instrumental to making the change happen and that far more Republicans than DemocRats voted in favor of the Civil Rights legislation than DemocRats. And no the term black is not a racial slur, I just believe Hyphenated-American terms serve to divide us rather than unite us.
  • 1912 The U.S. Congress prohibited the immigration of illiterate persons. Now if we stop producing them domestically, we may make the DemocRatic Party a thing of the past.
  • 1969 Britain's Parliament abolished the death penalty for murder. The moonbats argue that the death penalty doesn't deter anyone from committing murder. I know of at least one person that's deterred, the executed murder is deterred from murdering anyone ever again.
  • 1998 The U.S. House of Representatives began the debate on the four articles of impeachment concerning U.S. President Bill Clinton. It was only the second time in U.S. history that process had begun. He was impeached eventually and rightfully so for committing perjury. It was never about the sex moonbats. It was about breaking the law. Perjury falls well into high crimes and misdemeanors.
  • 1998 South Carolina proceeded with the 500th execution in the United States since capital punishment was restored. 500 deterred murders.
  • 2002 Nine competing designs for the World Trade Center site were unveiled. The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. Expected to choose a design by January 31, 2003. As most Americans I have very mixed feelings about building anything on that site.

What A Beautiful Day For A Day Like Today

Sunny and in the fifties in December. God I love global warming !

Dems Want Answers From Rumsfeld on Armor

Here's an answer for you, eight years of military spending cuts by democrats under the Clinton years. It takes a hell of a lot longer time to build a military than it does to reduce it.

Syria pulls back more troops in Lebanon amid pressure for full withdrawal

They're probably redeploying them to the Iraqi border in a futile preparation for invasion by us.

Shouldn't that be "Syria pulls back more troops from Lebanon amid pressure for full withdrawal"

The ACLU is full of crap

Laurence over at This Blog Is Full Of Crap got that right. But really, didn't we all already know that Assholes Completely Loaded Up equals full of crap ?

Friday, December 17, 2004

Teachers Want to Stop Fights With Pictures

They can make a tidy profit selling pics of cat fights on the Internet.

DemocRats "Find" New Ways To Cheat

Election officials in Seattle's King County entered a warehouse Friday and found a plastic tray containing 150 misplaced ballots.

Uh huh.

Police Find Baby Believed From Slain Mom

A baby girl who apparently was cut from her mother's womb was found in good health Friday, a day after the slaying, and two people were being questioned, authorities said.

Scott Peterson is nothing compared to these monsters.

12/18/2004 Update

This Day In History

  • 1903 The first successful gasoline-powered airplane flight took place near Kitty Hawk, NC. Orville and Wilbur Wright made the flight. The FAA immediately fines them for flying without a license.
  • 1944 The U.S. Army announced the end of its policy of excluding Japanese-Americans from the West Coast. The rise of Asian gangs soon follows.
  • 1969 Television history was made when Tiny Tim and Miss Vicki Budinger were married on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson. Viewers nationwide simultaneously spout "But he's gay !".
  • 1986 Davina Thompson became the world's first recipient of a heart, lungs and liver transplant, dies twelve years later, takes organs with her.
  • 2000 Terrell Owens (San Francisco 49ers) caught an NFL-record 20 passes for 283 yards and a touchdown against the Chicago Bears. The previous record was held by Tom Fears (Los Angeles Rams) with 18 catches on December 3, 1950, against the Green Bay Packers. Owens also broke Jerry Rice's franchise record of 16 receptions set in 1994 against the Los Angeles Rams. All of which would have been impressive if the Bears were a real football team at the time.

Nail Stuck In Patient's Skull

This X-ray picture shows a 5-centimeter nail stuck in an unidentified South Korean patient's skull Thursday, Dec. 2, 2004. According to a Seoul hospital, doctors found the nail after the man came to the hospital, complaining about a severe headache. They speculate that the nail stuck in the man's head four years ago in an accident but the man didn't know about it. The nail was removed in a surgery last Saturday. (AP Photo/Yonhap).

Four Years ? Doesn't he ever look in a mirror ? It's not like it was in the back of his head...

Giant Monkey Overlords™ Counterattack The Giant Eyeball Overlords™. France Reeling From Battle

In a surprise counter offensive against The Giant Eyeball Overlords™, The Giant Monkey Overlords™ renewed their bid to become the undisputed masters of all mankind. French onlookers could only watch in horror as their country became the center of the fiercest battle seen to date in The Giant Overlord War®. "We protest in the sharpest tone possible." said frog President Chirac, leader of the nation voted Most Hated Nation in a recent poll. "We had surrendered and declared Paris an open city !" he wept. "If this continues we will have no choice but to protest some more ! Perhaps with an even stonger tone of displeasure !". In deed, not since the successful foiling of a terrorist bombing plot by Team America World Police has Paris known such destruction. When asked to comment about the recent events, President Bush said "Gee, that's too bad."

Elite Unit Trains For Battle Against The Giant Eyeball Overlords™

In the ongoing struggle of The Giant Overlord War® a crack division of troops are preparing for the front lines in defense of humanity's freedom. Seen here are Rhode Island National Guard trainees practicing marching while staring The Giant Eyeball Overlords™ in the eye at The Camp Fogarty Training Site in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. A spokesman for the guard explained, "The hope is that the unique camouflage pattern of these experimental uniforms will prove effective in confusing the enemy because they have no depth perception, what with having only the one eye and all."

A small number of demonstrators were seen protesting outside the base. Known Collaborator Heywood Banks author of the song "One Eyed One I Love" was seen amongst the throng.

Humanity Divided In The Giant Overlord War®

Humanity, still caught in the middle of the epic Giant Overlord War®, struggles to find it's place.
Some choose to fight valiantly for human independence, sometimes with brief tastes of victory, sometimes with the bitter taste of defeat. Still others choose to Collaborate.

Seen here is a fresh recruit in London enlisted in service to the Giant Eyeball Overlords™.
When asked about her decision to join the ranks of servitude to the Giant Eyeball Overlords™ she replied "Sure they're kinda creepy, being giant eyeballs and all, but at least they're not smelly fish or feces throwing monkeys !". When this reporter informed her that neither the Giant Jellyfish Overlords™ nor the Giant Frozen Whale Overlords™ were technically fish, she replied "Well they still smell bad.".

Giant Spongebob SquarePants Overlord® Enters The Giant Overlord War®, meets his demise at the hands of angry New Yorkers

In another of a series of attacks in the Overlord War®, The Giant Spongebob Squarepants Overlord® entered the conflict on the side of the Giant Aquatic Overlord® Alliance. He is seen here being lassoed by a mob of angry New Yorkers. He was subsequently drawn and quartered and was heard to yell "Freedom !" with his dying breath.

Giant Jellyfish Overlords® Invade Medellin !

In a stunning coordinated attack in conjunction with the Giant Frozen Whale Overlords against the Giant Eyeball Overlords, the river of Medellin soon falls to the Giant Jellyfish Overlords.

Juan Valdez is said to be in mourning over the invasion.

Aquaman last seen in Key West with his associate and long time companion Prince Namor, The Sub-Mariner.

Giant Frozen Whale Overlords® Join The Fray !

Calls to Aquaman were not returned.

Woman dies while fighting Giant Eye Overlord ®

Here we see the gallant lass preparing to launch a fiery contact lens at the Giant Eyeball Overlord.

Giant Monkey Overlords Repelled By Giant Eyeball Overlords ® !

And so the Giant Overlord War® begins...

Thursday, December 16, 2004

I, for one, Welcome Our Giant Monkey Overlords ®

Ladies and gentlemen, er, we've just lost the picture, but,uh, what we've seen speaks for itself. The Corvair spacecraft has been taken over -- "conquered", if you will -- by a master race of giant space monkeys. It's difficult to tell from this vantage point whether they will consume the captive earth men or merely enslave them. One thing is for certain, there is no stopping them; the monkeys will soon be here. And I, for one, welcome our giant monkey overlords. I'd like to remind them that as a trusted TV personality, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves.

NARAL Outraged at Peterson Death Sentence

The injustice of it all !

"Mr. DWI" in trouble again

And no, it's not about my brother... yet.

Wanna watch people freak out on the freeway ?

Step one: Tie these balloons to the back of your car.

Step two: Step on it (of course while having a frantic look on your face)!

Step three: Try not to lose control while laughing...

Click on the pic to enlarge

I'm saving my pennies to get me some :-)

I knew Chevy was a libbie but

I had no idea he was a rabid, mouth foaming, moonbat.

Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Turkey to gain full EU membership Friday ?

I say not until they withdraw from Cyprus.

Support the companies that support your positions

We all know now not to by Heinz Ketchup anymore, but how do other companies use their money to further political ends we may not agree with ? Although the creators of this web site are libbies, the information appears to be accurate.
Found via Nealz Nuze.

Friday, December 10, 2004

Funniest Parody Of The Day

Bush Still Won't Accept Blame for Pearl Harbor

Joke Of The Day

From Moonbat Early Warning System

Yet another reason the Nobel Prize iz a joke

Calling humanity a threat to the planet, Kenyan environmentalist (read Wacko) Wangari Maathai urged democratic reform and an end to corporate greed after becoming the first African woman to collect the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday.

Humanity a threat to the planet ? I thought that waz Al Gore's line ?

Next on Fox:

When Good Santas Go Bad !

Santas accused of street brawl.
Festive cheer and goodwill was in short supply in Newtown when people dressed as Santa were involved in a mass street brawl, say police.

Officers used CS spray and batons to break up trouble amongst up to 30 people, following Newtown's annual charity Santa run.

There were five arrests hours after around 4,000 Santas finished racing.

I'm off to Singapore !

I don't care if it is a man-eating tiger ! We're talking free beer here !

2004 PC (as seen in 1954)

I thought the steering wheel was a giveaway... that and the Rand Corporation which is basically Marvel Comic's version of DC Comic's Star Labs...

I Can't Wait.

This is going to be so kewl.

Quote Of The Day

The more virtuous any man is, the less easily does he suspect others to be vicious.

-- Cicero

Cicero was later caught and killed outside of Rome, fleeing from political enemies.

Years later a small town on Morse Reservoir in Indiana waz named for him.

I know it's fashionable these days to call it Lake Morse... but the only lakes that deserve the word lake in front of their names are the Great Lakes.

This Day In History

1901 - The first Nobel prizes were awarded. And later became a joke by awarding Jimmy Carter and Yassar Arafat. On a positive note, Arafat is still dead.

Faith, the two legged dog

I changed the link to Faith's offcial site as the old link is dead.

I hereby decree a national day of mourning

'Beverly Hillbillies' Singer Dies at 93

Yet another one bites the dust

Bill Moyers Retiring From TV Journalism ?

When did Bill Moyers become a Journalist ?

Let's see... Tom Brokaw , Dan Rather, Bill Moyers...

Don't let the door hit your ass on the way out boys !

This is shaping up to be one of the best years ever !

I don't remember him being that big when I flushed him down the toilet...

From Ace Reporter Michael P S:

This crocodile was on the beach in front of the Petroleum club, Plage Sportive In Pointe Noire. 21 FT long, 4,500 lbs, around 80 years old minimum. Specialists said that he was looking to eat humans because he was too old to catch animals. For the past few months in some villages close to Pointe Noire people were complaining that some people in their villages have been disappearing, could be this crocodile. This crocodile was killed by the army last Sunday at 3:00 pm, currently he is in the freezer at the Azur hotel.

Holy Crap !
Holy Crap !

Holy Crap !

Them's good eat'n !

The New And Improved Racism

I guess it's not racism if you're a moonbat. Must reading over at Ann Coulter's site.
Haloscan commenting and trackback have been added to this blog.

Fun Facts About Christmas

Posted on IMAO. It just goes to show that everyday you learn something new. By Harvey of Bad Example.

Not a good news day for nadz

That soundz painful.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A naked man was bit in the genitals by a police dog while being arrested for running nude and entering homes in a Minneapolis neighborhood. The man was taken to the hospital for treatment of his injuries.

Running nude.

In Minneapolis.

In December.

Well No wonder he waz entering homes ! It's f'ing Cold outside !

And then there's this.

It's a worldwide conspiracy I tells ya !

31st Annual People's Choice Awards

Whoever the fools are that run the People's Choice Awards are, they have nominated that trash Fahrenheit 9/11 for Favorite Movie. I suggest everyone go there and vote for Spider-Man 2 !

Thursday, December 09, 2004

Congratulations ! It's a Blog !

So naturally the doctor proceeds to smack the newborn blog on it's tender ass which makes the newborn blog go "Hey ! WTFDID ?". Instinctively the tiny young blog grips the evil doctor (not to be confused with Dr. Evil ®) in a head-lock and proceeds to pummel her (What ? Doctors can't be female ?) mercilessly ! Show that f'ing Doctor !