Tuesday, December 28, 2010
I find this fascinating.
The Garden of Eden was in or nearby Israel. Not to say this would disprove evolution, because it wouldn't. But it does make for interesting arguing.
Monday, December 27, 2010
"You don't see zombies worrying about who marries who based on sexual preference."
"There are no rich or poor zombies. All zombies are equal. We could learn a lot from them."
"Look out! Zombie!"
"If these zombies don't kill us, surely Global Warming will."
"I think we'll finally be safe here inside the walls of Gitmo. Who'd have thought such a horrible place could redeem itself like this?"
"George Bush and I created these zombies to fight Al Qaeda! How could we have been so foolish?!"
"Madame President, the zombies have breached the bunker!"
"Somebody get me outta this crazy zombie apocalypse!"
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Friday, December 24, 2010
This time I don't
Her argument is childish bordering on bigotry. For me, I don't know what the right answer is to DADT. I fear that since it's an all volunteer military it might turn off some enlistments if there is an open gay policy, but I also don't think the military isn't going to be "gayer" because I don't think gays will be running to the recruitment office to sign up now that it's open.
But one thing I do fear the most is that if a gay soldier is passed up for promotion for whatever reason, complaints will be filed for discrimination. You know that will happen.
Thursday, December 23, 2010
But I know in the eyes of the haters that while the misdeeds of a few priests casts a dark shadow over the entire catholic church, the goodness of this priest will only be seen as a goodly man who just so happens to be a priest.
For the record, if a muslim cleric/preacher/Imam were to show a similar story (not that I am saying there isn't. I just haven't heard of one yet, but I do welcome it) I would be the first to applaud him and maybe even have a little hope for the cult of Islam.
Yesterday, younger children ran through a rubber obstacle course while officials told the older children the story of a 14-year-old boy who police nearly shot after they confused his air pistol with a real gun.
Way to go, cops. The best you could come up with is a story where a kid was almost shot while brandishing a toy gun? The media, after school specials and primetime courtroom dramas have led me to believe there is no shortage of incidents where cops are gunning down innocent kids with bright orange squirt guns. At the very least you could bust out the scene from Die Hard where the Twinkie loving fat cop from Family Matters talks about shooting a kid. Just weak.
Hall said she had no regrets. The 26-year-old mother of six said she has been trying to wean her only son off toy guns for years. In kindergarten, he brought a pop gun to school and shot at a classmate when the child refused to return his toy truck.
Oh, now I get it. The real danger is that if your 5 year-old carries a toy gun, our overreactive nanny society will have them expelled from school or taken away from you. Well, that is a grave set of circumstances. Thanks a lot, Columbine. I guess those kids really did leave their mark on the world. Mission accomplished! Have we built a memorial to Klebold and Harris yet for all the apparent good their actions have ultimately achieved? Long overdue.
“I tell them that this is for a good cause,’’ she said.
And that good cause again? Are they taking all that chewed up toy gun plastic and building jungle gyms for third world orphans of the American War on Terror? Or is this just another case of ignorant parents saying what they think sounds right when the media jams a recorder in their face? But hey, if just one child isn't almost shot by police, it's worth it. Merry Christmas!
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
The only way to disprove Global Warming is if the world somehow manages to never end. I can't wait for that.
But in their eyes they are keeping her safe, right? Or are they just worried about their bullshit muslim honor?
To be fair, a report came out last week that Hindu man performed an honor killing on his daughter in India for the same thing, but it's the degree at which it happens amongst muslims that I find disgusting.
Monday, December 20, 2010
One reason is that I had a similar idea years ago and obviously the creators of Dexter illegally entered my brain and mined it for sweet ideas, kind of like whoever went ahead and started manufacturing window scrubbers that had a ball joint for cleaning the inside of your car windshield. Time for me to invest in a tinfoil hat.
Another reason is that I'm kind of a douche. You know, if I didn't discover it on my own then I'm not going to give anyone else the satisfaction of turning me onto it. It took me a long time to check out Firefly and The Wire for the exact same stupid reason.* And the way people lord the amazingness of their shows over you can be a turn off as well (See Arrested Development, a show I actually liked but never loved based solely on the people who did love it).
Anyway, I just finished the first season of Dexter and it was pretty great. It's gruesome and twisted, but the writing is great. The characters are lovingly fleshed out and the story is extremely engaging. It might start to suck as the seasons progress, but I'm hooked now and will probably ride it out to the end. You should check it out if you're looking for a show to obsess over for a while.
*Sometimes I'm right. People still sing me the praises of Mad Men, but I watched two seasons of that show and it's just plain terrible, I don't care what anybody says.
Friday, December 17, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
I'm not going to get too heavily into it, but the movie version of Scott Pilgrim had no heart. The thing about the comics was that I was literally blown away (not literally) by how much depth and heart they had. In the movie it was apparently enough to tell the audience how everybody felt without showing anything but flashy CGI. At the end of the film I was terrified that they were going to completely change the outcome of the original story, and it probably would have made more sense in regards to the characters the filmmakers had so thinly created. It was visually and audibly stimulating, but guess what? So were all the Resident Evil movies. Also, do you think this...
As for the Walking Dead, every time I have a conversation with anyone about this show I find myself defending it based on nothing more than the possibility it could get better and that I really just want to like it. The truth is that the pacing is terrible, the dialogue is stilted, the social agenda is unbearable and the direction is unclear. I defend this thing because I like the comic and I'm not going to do it anymore. Until this show earns it, I refuse to take it seriously.
Thanks, Hollywood. You suck.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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Tuesday, December 07, 2010
I don't want to get into a big thing about how reality televsion is cited in the Bible as a sign of the End of Days or anything, but I'm almost certain it is. You know, if you believe in that sort of thing.
'The fact is that we can't account for the lack of warming at the moment, and it is a travesty that we can't.'
What's truly sad is that it appears these scientists have actually convinced themselves of their own righteousness when this whole thing was just supposed to be about the money.
Monday, December 06, 2010
While listening to conservative propaganda radio today I came to realize this: it's not what wikileaks exposed that is interesting, but what it hasn't exposed.
Where is the 9/11 conspiracy for the truthers?
Where is the Halliburton files telling us how Cheney drove us to war?
How about forged WMD files?
Phantom Plane in the Pentagon?
Nothing like that?
Huh, sorta wished I could read about "the real truth the government is keeping from us."
Sunday, December 05, 2010
Saturday, December 04, 2010
Well after you watch this video I guarantee it will go from like to absolutely adore.
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Friday, December 03, 2010
And while we're on the subject of Facebook, I'm ready to strangle the next person who implores me to copy and paste a Facebook status for blah, blah whatever or to change my profile pick because it's gay 'cat in a sweater month' or some other such bullshit. Fucking Facebook is stupid. I hate most people enough already without it.
Thursday, December 02, 2010
Reall, Jennifer, really? Does it really feel damn good to beat a chick 1/2 your age who hasn't done a damn thing except being the daughter of the one person The Left is most terrified of, or are you looking to pander to liberal hollywood?
To be fair, the host couched the question like this? "Obama and Biden defeated Palin. How do you feel about defeating a Palin?"
Just remember, all, McCain was the man running for president not Palin.
And he would have gotten killed if it weren't for Palin.
The left knows that. They are scared of this woman and so reminding everyone that she was once defeated helps them to sleep at night... but not very well.
Had to think about that for second, didn't ya?
Soccer is the suckiest suckity suckfest to ever suck on ESPN. But somehow, one day we're all gonna love it. I promise!
Wednesday, December 01, 2010
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oh to be rich and full of guilt Then I too could take personal responsibility for the lives of people in Congo. My self importance would be through the roof and I would show a new swagger in my step. A swagger I'm sure you'll all notice.
I can hear it now:
"Hey Blogust, you look good. What have you been doing with yourself these days?"
"oh nothing. Just slaughtering and raping thousands of people with a mere swipe of my credit card. Yeah, that's right. I have that kind of power. Now out of my way, slave, so that I can go on-line and brood about it. Oh and by the way, the laptop I will be using to write my post will result in the rape of a grandma, a grandpa and their dog. Boo-Yaw!"
In her words:
"And that is how I, on my way to Democratic Republic of Congo to educate myself first hand about conflict minerals and advocate for a clean supply chain, am at the same time utterly complicit. My electronics, received as gifts or purchased, profit armed militias and support slavery. I am financing mass rape as I enjoy these ridiculously Global North ultra-efficiencies and conveniences, for large scale rape is the preferred predation mining interests use to humiliate and terrify local populations, in order to control resource areas. The UN notes that virtually every mine in DRC is militarized. This means little to no tin, tantalum, and tungsten is mined free of brutal exploitation, extortion, violence, rape, rape, rape."
Friday, November 26, 2010
If you want the full interview
Looks like some in Britian are getting sick of it as well.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
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One blogger said this
"whites = evil rednecks"
"blacks & Mexicans = good"
"empowered WOMYN and vatos caring for the elderly"
I haven't seen episode 4 yet, but this doesn't sound good.
Friday, November 19, 2010
"...I will gorilla glue your c--- shut and p--- out your eyes..."
Thursday, November 18, 2010
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But I love Danzig and so I forgive him for getting old and lame. Not that his past videos were any better. They were always silly, but at least the music was awesome.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
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Wednesday, November 03, 2010
Considering every position in the CA government is blue, I'm wondering if it its really worth staying here? Within the next 10 years or so I see extreme taxation, government intrusion, and a much higher cost of living in CA.
Before anything changes positively here the Dems will have to completely mess this state up, and I'm not sure I wanna stay for all the fun.
Or the Dems will mess everything up and the loons that agree with them won't think there's a problem, and it will just continue.
On the other hand, there's no money for the mess of government funded plans that the Dems always want. They will choose industries, they will tax everything, they will continue to pursue their (unreachable) utopian view at a very high cost, but there will be no money to fund it.
Just having a hard time trying to view the future here.
Now the bad: While the rest of the country pushed back on the Hope and Change administration, California continued to send a clear message of her own. That message? "We have no clear concept of the value of the dollar!" or "Don't think it can get any worse? Guess again. Jerry Brown, ladies and gentlemen!"
I'm amazed Prop 19 didn't pass here. Everyone is obviously stoned out of their gords. That's not to say I'm even against the legalization of marijuana, I just think it might be a good idea to have an actual plan to deal with it if we do. But it was close, and it won't be long before they make this happen. Hell, this is California, they might even sue to get their way. After all, nothing you disagree with is constitutional anymore (state motto). This morning on the local Fox station they brought in two people to talk about either side of the Prop 19 discussion. One was for it and the other was for it. Seriously, the guy who was against it wants legalization, he just doesn't want people who need it paying taxes. It's an extremely valid point, but couldn't the local news find one single person who was flat out against it? I guess they didn't want to. What else is new?
Oh, and let's not forget the great: So long, Nancy Pelosi, you batshit crazy super bitch. Back to the grave with you!!!
Tuesday, November 02, 2010
Monday, November 01, 2010
My concern, however, is with Rick's wife Lori and Rick's partner Shane. Their presence in the first episode felt forced and I was less pleased with their portrayal's. The guy they picked to play Shane just does not work at all so far, and I worry that the love triangle there might last longer than I care to give a shit about it. They say the show goes in some pretty different directions than the comic, and the most likely changes will probably be in regard to which characters get killed off, because TV audiences (and Blogust) grow too attached to characters and storylines.
Still, so far so good.
Saturday, October 30, 2010
|N.J. Gov. Chris Christie calls Jon Corzine quintessential limousins liberal Democrat in America|
Friday, October 29, 2010
I say thoroughly disappointing because I've already shown you all the amazing opening credits a mere fan put together. However, it doesn't surprise me that they'd go with this. First off, Frank Darabont says the story will veer off from the comics at one point, so to tie the two together would just cause the fanboys to cry about it. More. I mean cry about it more. More importantly, however, no studio exec would ever have the balls to openly advertise that this series is adapted from a comic. Fanboys will watch no matter what, but America in general would probably not take this seriously if they knew the truth. Still, the other opening ruled. I can't wait to see how this series is fucked up. How many episodes before someone has sex with a zombie? How did Global Warming and our dependency on fossil fuels contribute to the zombie apocalypse? Are the zombies some sort of allegory for mindles Christian Fundamentalists? George Bush zombie? There are just so many different ways, and Hollywood just can't help themselves.
this on the other hand I am more agreeable with. I was worried that if gays were in the military openly, people wouldn't enlist. Maybe it's no big deal.
Misfits- Halloween fan made video by multikriminell
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Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
I mean it's hard getting into the prediction game, but his guest points out scenarios that are eye opening. Why would Iran want the bomb? Well, from I gather, it's not to threaten U.S. and Israel directly. Not like they sit around with their finger on the button, but instead to gain enough leverage in the area that people will listen to their demands and not ours. In other words not so much to start a war, but enough to earn respect. Just read and you will see what I mean.
My favorite quote is this one where his guest hints that Iran isn't opposed to fighting per se
"Obviously, though, they have an idealogical interest here, and they're willing to fight Israel to the last Lebanese Shiite, but it's an open question how much they'd be willing to sacrifice themselves directly."
Monday, October 25, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
The writer later goes into great detail outlining NPR's so called 2% support coming from the taxpayers while the majority of their support comes from their stations. Those stations, the author points out, are themselves public and they get the majority of their money from the CPB-Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The CPB is a private "non-profit" which is code for being a company that receives taxpayer money but the public support is in a sense laundered from the word public to private.
Give it a read.
now watch and enjoy Charles Krauthammer.
Zing! He is so good in this bit I had to watch it more than once. I mean it's fun watching the others stammer stutter worse than Charles. Stuttering is something he can't help and now they too can't help it, but for a totally different reason.
I CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF THIS STORY!
Now read this.
An article that hints at the firing of Vivian Schiller. I mean it would only be fair.
Friday, October 22, 2010
Green Party candidate name mispelled to Rich Whitey.
and now for David Zuckers take
Did you notice Opie Cunningham's brother? He has come out of the closet recently as a conservative. Exit question, why do we get all the low grade actors?
Thursday, October 21, 2010
The Atlantic's Andrew Sullivan wrote Wednesday morning that Williams' statement about fearing Muslims on planes is an example of bigotry. "What if someone said that they saw a black man walking down the street in classic thug get-up," Sullivan wrote. "Would a white person be a bigot [if] he assumed he was going to mug him?'
So, I'm going to assume that the answer he is expecting here is that yes, that white person is a bigot for assuming a black dude dressed like a thug was going to mug him. If I were in that situation I'd call it erring on the side of caution, but if Andrew Sullivan would like to call me a bigot, so be it. For the record, if I saw a scary lookin' white dude walking down the street, I'd probably assume he posed some kind of threat as well, but I'm well aware that that only makes me a pussy.
Seriously, doesn't that picture look like it came from the movie Apocalpyto?
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Monday, October 18, 2010
Then comes the dudes turn and he doesn't really talk about politics at all. I mean he sorta does, but not really. Instead he starts talking about the previous speaker, Helen. And believe me, it's not good. We all get to find out how he and Helen were once an item. We also learn that she is an awful evil whore who loves to see people suffer and a whole bunch of other shit that I can't remember right now because I was to busy sticking my fingers in my ears and humming loudly so as to not be embarrassed.
During the entire rant, Jonah Goldberg is doing this pathetic laugh of embarrassment sorta thing because he can't believe what is happening. And it does happen, for like 4 minutes. No shit, I am not kidding.
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Meet Star Parker
Meet Damon Dunn
Meet Allen West
Meet Tim Scott
Meet Isaac Hayes
Meet Chuck Smith
Meet Bill Randall
Meet Stephen Broden
Meet Michel Faulkner
Meet Charles Lollar
Meet Cedra Crenshaw
Friday, October 15, 2010
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Oh and the reason I linked to the hotair post is because they make a good point about how Behar is willing to sit with Truthers, but not willing to sit with people who call muslim terrorists, muslims. Actually I sorta agree with them on one thing. Calling them muslims is inaccurate. I would have preferred O'Reilly to have called them what they really are and that is Islamofascists, but hey, whatever. Also the video of Laura Ingraham pointing out how Behar loves to mock catholics is pretty sweet too so make sure you watch that.
Police say the proposal isn't designed to punish the forgetful but to anger people into remembering.
Yep, best line ever.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
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And be sure to get into the comments and look for the one from JLM, a kid. That should really shed some light on some of the problems in the US today.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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1) Click 'embed'
2) Go to the custom sizing box and type 400 into the width box
3) The height box will automatically adjust itself
4) Copy the embed code and paste it into your post
This will size your video to fit the blog rather than chop of a third of the picture.
Friday, September 03, 2010
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The voice you're hearing is Jeremy Irons. We've spared no expense.
Of course, at the end they have to let everyone know that plastic bags don't really live in the ocean, because people are stupid.