Thursday, January 31, 2013

Genius Harry Reid tells you what to think

I love getting lectured by this jackass, don't you?  I think he's from the old Irish country ... the clan of Dippy McShitt.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Thursday said the American economy is "in a recovery" despite the decline in the nation's gross domestic product (GDP).

Reid made the remark after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) blamed the White House for the unexpected contraction in the economy. 

“[McConnell] continues bad mouthing the recovery,” Reid said on the Senate floor. “We are in a recovery.” More here:

Hey, Harry, I have a question ... if we're in a recovery, why do you find it necessary to say so? 
If we were "in a recovery," don't you think the economy would be getting better and the economic indicators (such as they are) would speak for themselves? 

Instead, the economy is in the toilet, the fed is pumping trillions, unemployment is rampant, and you buffoons are borrowing the dollar into a devaluation. "Recovery."  What a flaming democrat idiot.

So, I see you're a HUGE slut

SEOUL, South Korea — That's right. Large-breasted women are so discriminated against in North Korea they try to shrink or hide their boobs in order to boost their social standing, according to the South Korean daily JoongAng Ilbo as cited by Korea watcher Robert Koehler

North Korea's patriarchal society apparently views nature's generosity with suspicion, defectors told JoongAng Ilbo.

The bigger your breasts, the more likely you'll be considered a slut, the women reportedly said, because you're seen as strutting your stuff — as if morality determines that development. More here:

All I have to say is ... oh, never mind, just forget it.

Was this an assault bow?

This is not the bow in question, I just found the pic on the web.
BERLIN, N.J. (CBS) — A Camden county man has been charged with murder after he allegedly fatally shot a man with a bow and arrow.

Sometime between 10 and 10:45 p.m. on Monday, two men got into a fistfight at a home on Brill Avenue in Berlin.

The argument broke up, and all of the people at the house left except for 25-year-old Kereti Paulsen, of Cape May Court House.

Meanwhile, 25-year-old Timothy Canfield, who was not involved in the initial altercation, went outside carrying a compound bow and a quiver of arrows. Canfield then shot Paulsen in the stomach with an arrow. More here:

Hey, who need an assault bow for hunting?  Also, I'm tired of these people with big quivers.  How many arrows do you NEED, anyway?

World's largest flower

Rafflesia arnoldii is found only in the rainforests of Benkulu, Sumatra Island, Indonesia and Malaysia. It’s the largest single flower on earth, and grows as a parasite on a particular species of vine, wrapping thread-like strands of tissue around its host in order to bleed it of water and nutrients.

I saw this in the midst of channel surfing the other day.  I only watched it for ten seconds or so but I figured I'd look it up later.

More pics and info here:

LOL @ Everybody has figured out how to scream "racism."

(Reuters) - Arab-American groups have sharply criticized a Coca-Cola Super Bowl ad depicting an Arab walking through the desert with a camel, and one group said it would ask the beverage giant to change it before CBS airs the game on Sunday before an expected audience of more than 100 million U.S. viewers.

"Why is it that Arabs are always shown as either oil-rich sheiks, terrorists, or belly dancers?" said Warren David, president of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, or ADC.

Coca-Cola released an online teaser of the commercial last week, showing the Arab walking through a desert. He soon sees cowboys, Las Vegas showgirls and a motley crew fashioned after the marauders of the apocalyptic "Mad Max" film race by him to reach a gigantic bottle of Coke. 

In its ad, Coke asks viewers to vote online on which characters should win the race. The online site does not allow a vote for the Arab character. 

"The Coke commercial for the Super Ball is racist, portraying Arabs as backward and foolish Camel Jockeys, and they have no chance to win in the world," Imam Ali Siddiqui, president of the Muslim Institute for Interfaith Studies, said in an email. More here:

See?  This guy is right.  The first thing I thought of was "Arabs are backwards camel-jockeys with no chance of winning."  

You know what else occurred to me?  Arabs wear sandals all the time, right?  That means they have serious foot-odor problems.  And what's with wearing the sheets all the time?  Those guys are prepared for bed ... that's prolly why they call them "Bedouins."  Yes, yes, it's starting to make sense now.

Know what else they're always ready for?  Well, let's just say if a picnic breaks out, they won't be left sitting on bare ground.  I learned all this just from the news coverage of this commercial ... and they say racism serves no purpose.

Whole lotta bangin' goin' on

WASHINGTON, January 30 (RIA Novosti) - A controversial new sex app called “Bang With Friends” claims to facilitate sexual encounters with users and their Facebook friends without the embarrassment of rejection.

“Anonymously find friends who are down for the night,” the company website said. “Your friends will never know you're interested unless they are too!”

The Bang With Friends app, aimed at 20-somethings, was created by three college-aged men from California, who are withholding their identities, according to US media reports.

The app, launched a week ago, only alerts users of a potential hookup if both parties express interest by selecting what is called the “Down to Bang” button.

And naturally, there are "critics."  Critics are people who are much smarter than you.  They don't pay your bills or anything like that but they know what's best for you.

But critics of “Bang With Friends” told RIA Novosti, putting the physical first is the reason for the demise of the majority of marriages and relationships in the United States.

“Back in the day people would court, they would go out with different people without exploring the sexual relationship because it allowed you to get to know what you may or may not have in common,” said Kristen Crockett, a Washington based relationship coach. More here:

Yes, "back in the day, blah blah."  And they did this for a couple of very good reasons too.
1 - They didn't have a Facebook.
2 - There weren't so many libs back then so more people were sensitive to embarrassment.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Petition the White House, you say?

You may be aware of a site the president has set up for petitions. At first they said they would respond to any petition getting 25,000 signatures. After a couple of fiascoes, they upped the number to 100,000. 

Anyway, Wombat alerted me to a new one.

Replace his secret service agents with "GUN FREE ZONE" signs. I like it. Here's the text.

Eliminate armed guards for the President, Vice-President, and their families, and establish Gun Free Zones around them Gun Free Zones are supposed to protect our children, and some politicians wish to strip us of our right to keep and bear arms. 

Those same politicians and their families are currently under the protection of armed Secret Service agents. If Gun Free Zones are sufficient protection for our children, then Gun Free Zones should be good enough for politicians. 

Click here to sign the petition.

Note: As I was doing the research for this post, I ran across "The Top Ten Most Ridiculous Whitehouse Petitions" (or somthing like that.)  And one of them got my attention.

Save money by consolidating the Department of Defense and the Census Bureau into a single Department of Kicking Ass and Taking Names.” More here:

Monday, January 28, 2013

Sir, PLEASE, realize where you are!

Found it over at Bits and Pieces:

Government is big business ... slush fund for handing out to their buddies

Image from an article about how some celebrity chefs are dealing with the "Health Department."

Yep, the old "Health Dept" is really looking out for you.

But they need more money, see.  So they're thinking of doing "inspections" more often.  You know, sort of like lowering the blood-alcohol limit.  It's great, isn't it?  Once you find a witch, there's no limit to what you can fine/tax her.  Nope, nobody will defend a witch, and the government knows it.

After all, these fines aren't costing US (the customers) any money, right?

Smartwater, it's not just for libs anymore

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – As a mist showers down onto a man from a spigot on the ceiling, some might think it’s a shower, but it’s not. It’s SmartWater.

You could call it a crime fighting spray. Under a special light, you’ll see why. It leaves a harmless chemical staining the skin and clothes, explains SmartWater Founder Philip Cleary.

The spray is similar to DNA – in that it’s unique to each customer ...

For home use, SmartWater can be sprayed on to your property. If someone takes it and tries to sell it; it will be marked with spray that links it back to you.

“I think you just put a dab somewhere inconspicuously, now my [property] is marked with the smart water, it’s got my code on it. If they show up at a pawn shop, now it’s traceable.” More here:

Well, that sounds promising.  But I can't help wondering if he may not have a trademark issue.

That's right, if it says you'll be smart for buying/consuming it, then hurry up and buy it.  Plus, all the beautiful people are buying it, right?  I mean, just look at this pic for proof.  What are you waiting for ... are you some kind of idiot?

Hey cops, stop loafing and start arresting those hookers

Just a random pic I found on the web.

A regional narcotics task force arrested a 71-year-old Westport woman on prostitution charges after police say she arranged to have sex for money in a Glastonbury hotel.

Sygun Liebhart, 71, of 80 Easton Road, Westport, placed an ad on the website promoting herself under the “escort” section as “Lola,” according to police.

Liebhart met with an individual at Homewood Suites, 65 Glastonbury Boulevard, and made a deal to perform sexual acts for money. Members of the East Central Narcotics Task Force then placed Liebhart under arrest. More here:

You see?  THIS is why I love paying taxes.  If there's one thing I can't abide, it's two people making a peaceful contract with one another without government approval ... NOSSIR.

In addition to that, I want to be sure we ALL conform to whichever religion is prevalent at the time the "laws" are made. Personally speaking, burkas can't get here fast enough for me.

Anyway, this is good because it keeps highly paid police officers busy when there's no crime ... you know, sort of the equivalent of street sweeping.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Let's try begging the criminals not to hurt us

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco city officials preparing for the 49ers’ Super Bowl game against the Baltimore Ravens are hoping to avoid a repeat of the violence and vandalism that marred World Series celebrations last year.

A total of 36 people were arrested during post-game celebrations in October after the San Francisco Giants’ World Series victory against the Detroit Tigers, 23 of them for felonies. Celebrants lit a number of bonfires in the middle of Mission Street, broke windows and, in one notorious incident, set a Muni 8X-Bayshore Express bus on fire at Market and Kearny streets.

Soooo, these 36 people that were arrested ... was this their first brush with the law?  Or were they criminals on parole, probation, early release or other such liberal crap that lets jackasses out to roam the streets? 

It appears the jourrrrrnalist didn't care enough about that to research it ... or mention it ... or even ask about it.  These kinds of questions don't occur to the brainwashed moron lib.

Mayor Ed Lee went as far as suggesting bars serve something other than hard alcohol during the game.

Good idea, don't serve beer during the Superbowl, that sounds profitable ... and he's from what planet again?  Oh, right, San Francisco.

But, hey ... let's not inconvenience jackass criminals by requiring they stay off our streets.  Instead, let's punish law-abiding taxpayers by telling them they shouldna have beer during the Superbowl.

THIS, is the rock-solid logic of the brainwashed moron ... intellectual better ... lib.

Police are working with other city departments and will have additional officers on hand to target potential problem areas and protect public safety, including the Mission District, police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said.

Well now, it appears there's a rogue conservative loose in San Francisco ... this part actually makes sense.

“We want to show the nation that our fans are high class and that we won’t tear down the city,” Esparza said.

See?  This guy is pleading with the criminals ... "c'mon, let's SHOW 'EM how high class we are."  Mmmm-hmm, that sounds like reasoning that criminals really take to heart.

Anyway, LOL ... AAWL (as always with libs) they are VERY concerned about what other people think.  It's very crucial ... top-of-mind, for them.

What's this? The Communist Party agrees with Obama ... again?

It should come as no surprise that the Communist Party USA is on board with President Obama’s plan to attack Americans’ right to keep and bear arms as a means to “end gun violence.” A cardinal feature of communist regimes, like all dictatorships, is the prohibition of private ownership of arms, creating a monopoly of force in the hands of the State.

In a January 18 article, People’s World, an official publication of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA), declared that “the ability to live free from the fear or threat of gun violence is a fundamental democratic right — one that far supercedes any so-called personal gun rights allegedly contained in the Second Amendment.” More here:

Friday, January 25, 2013

Dianne Feinstein, she's better than you

Not everyone will have to abide by Senator Dianne Feinstein's gun control bill. If the proposed legislation becomes law, government officials and others will be exempt. More here:

Well of COURSE they're going to exempt themselves.  Just like they exempt themselves from most laws applying to the "masses" (as Marx called them.)  After all, these laws are for the sheep and do not apply to our intellectual betters.

I remember when first I learned of this kind of bullshit.  I was studying federal labor laws ... and how they require overtime if you work more than 40 hours in a week, etc etc ... and the professor filled us in ... congress exempted itself from those laws.  

Oh yes, you see, because their work is special ... they have to be able to run those pages all around the building with abandon.  They can't be worrying about little things like "labor laws."  No, no ... those laws are for the masses ... not the genius leaders.

If I recall correctly, congress finally decided to follow these laws themselves but it was too late ... I was already jaded.  And as time passed I noticed how congress CONSTANTLY exempts itself (and handpicked intellectual betters) from many (if not most) laws.

It's funny how the media never seems to think that it's important to tell you about that.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

In retrospect ... not such a good idea

SAN YSIDRO, Calif. (KDKA) – A Pennsylvania woman’s trip south of the border ended in a very unusual arrest.

Court documents say 22-year-old Samantha Kurdilla, and James Perry were walking in the pedestrian area of the San Ysidro Port of Entry on January 15, when a narcotics dog signaled an alert to its handler.

According to court documents filed in U.S. District Court, the dog alerted to Kurdilla’s “groin area.”

Prosecutors allege that Kurdilla had a condom with 100 grams of cocaine inside her vaginal cavity. More here:

After the arrest, Perry was heard to say "Of all the luck ... Who would ever have thought a dog would stick its nose into a woman's crotch?"

Poor guy, bothering nobody, helps a kid ... too bad he's a witch

D.C. police are investigating whether a man will face criminal charges for shooting a pit bull that was attacking a child in his neighborhood. 

Yes, they're "investigating." Hey, they might have found themselves a witch. 

The incident unfolded Sunday afternoon, after three pit bulls attacked an 11-year-old boy as he rode his bicycle through the Brightwood neighborhood of Northwest, according to a police report. 

When the man, a neighbor, saw the boy being mauled by the dogs, he went inside his home and got a gun. The man killed one of the dogs. The gunfire attracted the attention of a police officer in the area near Eighth and Sheridan streets, where the attack occurred. The officer responded and shot the other two pit bulls as they continued to attack the boy. 

The police report, which did not identify any of the people involved, said the boy suffered severe lacerations. The Washington Post, which first reported the details of the shooting, quoted the boy’s uncle as saying the boy was also shot in the foot. 

Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Gwendolyn Crump said Wednesday that the entire case, including whether the man legally owned the gun he used to kill the dog, is under investigation. While public opinion might be supportive of the man’s actions, he could still face significant charges depending on the outcome of the investigation, criminal defense attorney Daniel Gross said.
Gee, I wonder what the "outcome" will be.  Oh yes, we're all in suspense.

“In this case, it would likely be the U.S. attorney’s office, and their discretion is sometimes less than local prosecutors,” Mr. Gross said. 

OH, the US attorney ... the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ... whew, at least we know they're there to protect our liberty, right?  That's one of the legitimate functions of government, right?  Nothing to fear.

Notice Jefferson doesn't reference "hunting" in his reasoning for the 2nd amendment, aka, one of your unalienable rights.

A little trip to North Korea exposes iron grip of government

"Our trip was a mixture of highly-staged encounters, tightly-orchestrated viewings and what seemed like genuine human moments," she wrote. Here's a link to her very interesting blog post:  It looks better in IE but it's tolerable in Firefox.

"We had zero interactions with non-state-approved North Koreans and were never far from our two minders."

While much of the blog posting is taken up with the sort of observational musings common to any first-time visitor to Pyongyang, it had some interesting insights into the official side of the delegation's trip.

In particular, it fleshed out the main photo-opportunity of the entire trip when they visited an e-library at Kim Il-Sung University, and chatted with some of the 90 students working on computer consoles.

"One problem: No one was actually doing anything," Schmidt wrote.

"A few scrolled or clicked, but the rest just stared. More disturbing: when our group walked in... not one of them looked up from their desks. Not a head turn, no eye contact, no reaction to stimuli.

"They might as well have been figurines," she added. 

Sophie Schmidt's description of the "unsettling" e-library visit suggests the delegation was all too aware that it was being shown a facade.

"Did our handlers honestly think we bought it? Did they even care? Photo op and tour completed, maybe they dismantled the whole set and went home," she wrote. More here:

Yes, the "iron grip" of the tyrannical North Korean government ... she recognizes it right away.  And yet, she's blind to it in our own government.

I mean, what is so tyrannical about the North Korean government?  Do the people feel repressed?  Or are most of them very proud to live there?  My guess would be they have a national pride just like every other country.

Why can she recognize a government presentation as "fake" when she's in North Korea but accepts our government's "presentations" as truthful and forthright?

I guess the "difference" we have to keep in mind is that our politicians are busy stripping our freedoms for our own good ... "the greater good." 

The North Koreans claim to do the same ... except they're lying ... sinister and evil, right?  And, their country is poor and the US is rich by comparison ... for now.

Hey, Sophie, does the American government think we're "buying it?" Do they even care?

Hey, don't QUESTION the liberals ... relax, the media will tell you what to think

Fans are up in arms about Beyoncegate, but the singer “didn’t think there was anything wrong” with lip-synching the national anthem at the presidential inauguration Monday, US Weekly reports.

 “She did sing,” the source insists. “She just used a track." More here:

Yes, you got that logic, didn't you, sheep?  Good, now go back to chewing your cud ... don't EVER question the liberals ... ever.

But don't worry, if you somehow forget that advice and begin to question a liberal, the media will be there, telling you what and how to think.  And no wonder it's so easy to convince you ... with logic such as "she DID sing, she just used a track."

That aside, what do you think of a superstar who decides to lip synch instead of taking a chance the performance might not be "perfect?"

Think about that whole mindset. It's their ego.

Of course, they present it as if they respect YOU ... "I didn't want to make a mistake and ruin it for YOU.  Because, you idiots don't think I'm human.  You simply wouldn't understand if I actually made a mistake singing in freezing weather ... you simply aren't smart enough or worldly enough to understand ... so I spared you by lip synching."

Yes, what a pantload.  But should you really be surprised?  The media tells you who you will like (who is cool) and from whom you will buy music so don't worry about this little lie ... idiot.

The only thing I'm left wondering about is when they're going to make these divas start jumping around like jumping beans while they're singing.  What?  Don't question it, it's the most natural thing in the world.  Just look.

I think one of the rules is you can't jump in time to the music either ... it has to be out of time to be super cool.  It's funny you know ... because, before the media told us they were cool, we USED to call them "flailing retards."


Now I know who Congressman Dana Rohrabacher is, AND, that he's not a woman

Congressman To Clinton: "The Only Person That's In Jail Right Now Is The Filmmaker"

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher Wednesday alluded to the fact that no one involved in the Benghazi terrorist attack has been arrested while the the man who made the anti-Islam film “Innocence of Muslims,” was arrested by California police for a parole violation

The administration originally said the video was the cause of the attack. 

What?  They said some idiot's film was the cause of the attack in Benghazi?  And they said it over and over and over (for weeks) when being repeatedly questioned?

I didn't know that, did you?  Ah well, as Secretary Clinton said, "what difference does it make,"  right?  Let's all just forget about that and go back to chewing cuds, shall we?  Yes ... nice and comfy.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Inauguration Day - so enchanting, wasn't it?

On Inauguration Day Monday, CNN led the way on cable news in both total and demo viewers, in primetime, total day and during the part people really tune in to see: the President’s speech.

That said, the “big three” cable news channels were down substantially in the ratings from the 2009 inauguration. Whereas approximately 17 million people watched Obama’s address on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News in 2009, only around 7 million watched on those three channels in 2013. More here:

Hey, I wonder if George Washington had his wife standing next to him when he took the oath of office.  I just don't get why these jokers think it's necessary to have your wife there?  I mean, what's the call?  Are you trying to prove something?  If so, let me know what it is ... otherwise I'm going to think you're trying to shove some propaganda down my throat.

Ok, meanwhile, did the inauguration take two or three days?  I forget.  Maybe it just SEEMED like a week because, no matter where I turned, there it was ... with the TV jourrrrrnalists fawning like schoolgirls all over this guy ... and, purely coincidentally, "proving" how they aren't racists at all.

So funny, isn't it?  These jourrrrrnalists don't even realize how stupid they appear.

Yes, I could post another thousand examples of this news coverage fawning crapola.

Tsk, the libs are going to lose one

NEW YORK (AP) -- Opponents of the city's limit on the size of sugary drinks are raising questions of racial fairness alongside other complaints as the novel restriction faces a court test.

The NAACP's New York state branch and the Hispanic Federation have joined beverage makers and sellers in trying to stop the rule from taking effect March 12. More here:

Q: What is the thing a jourrrrnalist liberal fears MOST of all?
A: Being called a racist

Yes, jourrrnalists are Democratics idiot-libs ... and they ALWAYS support Democratics and denigrate Republicans.

However, as Wombat recently pointed out, one of the reasons the jourrrnalists libs seem so much more enamored with Obama is because it's their opportunity to prove, day after day, they aren't racists ... and that is CRITICAL to all idiot-libs jourrrrnalists.

Seriously, it's as if they're slapping you in the face with it on a daily basis.

Anyway, the Klown predicts the Democratics idiot-libs will fold on this one.

By the way, wouldn't it be great if the idiot-libs went ahead and started fighting each other on everything now?  Because they will eventually end up there ... they have no damn sense ... they don't have any principles whatever.  That means they will eventually find fault with everything ... and everyone, including themselves.

And finally, is it just me?  Or is everything boiling down to these three things:
1 - The libs lecturing us with "It's not about _____, it's about _____."
2 - "Conservatives/Republicans are uncool and evil."
3 - "We're not witches racists ... but we're on the lookout for them and we find them everywhere."

Monday, January 21, 2013

Jackie Chan mistakes well-meaning politicans for corrupt pieces of crap

Jackie Chan may have stirred up a maelstrom in the US, but in Asia, he's laughing all the way to the bank.

Last month, the 58-year-old action star claimed in an interview that the US is "the most corrupt" country in the world, and argued that Chinese citizens should keep criticisms of their country to themselves.

"If you talk about corruption, the entire world, the America, has no corruption? [It is] the most corrupt in the world," he said in a Dec. 13 broadcast on Hong Kong-based Phoenix TV. More here:

What's this? America corrupt? 

Nah, just because our politicians are borrowing and taxing and squandering money by the trillions, it's no sign they're "corrupt?" I mean, C'mon, it's not as if they're buying votes and funneling money to their friends, right? 

No, no, Mr Chan, perish the thought, they're squandering dollars by the trillions for OUR OWN GOOD. 

That's also why they've been operating the government without a budget for the last four years ... so they can REALLY squander money. Do you see the difference? Good. You stand corrected. *brushes off hands*

Friday, January 18, 2013

Texas A & M invites great genius to speak

The Constitution's Second Amendment was created to bolster slavery and capture land from Native Americans, award winning actor Danny Glover told a group of students at a Texas A&M sponsored event on Thursday. More here:

Of course it was, genius.  Everything is about slavery and racism.  Why can't everyone learn this?  WE must CONSTANTLY be focused upon it ... just like our founders were when they wrote the second amendment in the constitution so they could bolster slavery.

Never mind they put a date certain in the constitution to end slavery ... that was just a trick... to fool the stupid negroes.  Boy did they fall for it too.

What does this tell you about Texas A & M?

Thursday, January 17, 2013

What's with the idiots who are "naming" winter storms?

During the upcoming 2012-13 winter season The Weather Channel will name noteworthy winter storms. Our goal is to better communicate the threat and the timing of the significant impacts that accompany these events. More here:

The fact is, a storm with a name is easier to follow, which will mean fewer surprises and more preparation. More here: The Winter Storm Team has named the impending winter storm Gandolf based on the following potential impacts:

So far, the commenters aren't liking it, nossir. 

Ever notice?   No matter how much some businesses insult our intelligence, they never seem to be punished for it.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Another liberal propaganda crap-rag circling the toilet drain

  1979 Cover of Time Crap-Rag

Time Warner's Time Inc. will lay off up to 700 staffers out of just under 8,000 total as the publisher's new chief struggles to transform famous titles and massive market share into a digital profit center. 

Time Inc. revenue fell 6% for the nine months ended in September to $2.5 billion. Profit dropped 14% to $220 million. More here

Ever notice?  Whatever side of an issue means the government can expand its power is the side that jourrrnalists liberals take.

Whatever side of an issue means you lose some of your liberty (for your own good, of course) is the side jourrrrnalists liberals take 

Anyway, I sure hope they make a quick exit. So long, liberal crap-rag.  What a shame. *sniff*

Thursday, January 10, 2013

God help us ... we lost another "aspiring rapper"

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A 30-year-old father was gunned down in a Myrtle Beach motel room, and now the investigation has taken a deadly turn as another murder may be connected to this case.

Myrtle Beach Police and the victim's family need your help in their search for the gunman that killed Marcus Nelson. 

Marcus Nelson was an aspiring rapper and fine father.  More here:

Yes, that's right ... it's worse than you thought because he was (OMG) an aspiring rapper. Ever notice? Every knucklehead with a prison tattoo is an aspiring rapper. Prolly just a coincidence. 

And if he was a fine father, why was  he living in a motel with a roomate ... without his kids?

I'm just asking ... you know ... since the jourrrrrnalist in this instance figured it wasn't important.

Seriously though, is it just me or are we losing a lot of aspiring rappers to murder and mayhem?  Ah, it's prolly all in my head. Wait, here's another one.

SEATTLE (CBS Seattle) – Freddy E, a popular Seattle-based rapper, died over the weekend in an apparent suicide and shared his final moments over Twitter.

Frederick E. Buhl, 22, tweeted his final moments before dying of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

“This barrel never felt so good next to my dome,” Freddy E tweeted. “It’s cold & I’d rather die than live alone.” More here:

See what I'm saying?

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Top ... men ... don't question it

Jackass cannot stop braying

  ESPN host and sports columnist Rob Parker (Video still via WDIV-TV)

Bold is mine:

Sunday morning, hours before the Redskins playoff game, the suspended ESPN host talked exclusively with WDIV-TV’s  Devin Scillian on the station’s weekly community affairs program ‘Flashpoint.’

Parker said his ‘cornball brother’ comments were taken out of context and admits he was “shocked” it received national attention:

Oh, I KNOW how you feel "bro."  I have the same problem, every time I say "cornball brother," there is some dumbass who takes it the wrong way.  *Sigh*

“It was never to condemn the young man,” Parker told Scillian. “RGIII is a great young man with  a bright future. It was more about concerns not condemning.”

Right, because a shitstain liberal your intellectual betters can't go five minutes without saying "it's not about _____, it's about ____."  LOL @ the libs fall all over themselves to get to the lecture podium and tell you "what's it about."  I tell ya, I NEVER get tired of it.

Parker continued:
“It was just a conversation that’s had in the black community when athletes, or famous entertainers or whatever, push away from their people. More here:
Seriously, Rob, I agree ... that guy ought to "stick with his own people."

Update: The thoughtful genius has been fired.  Oh the injustice.

I'm not the only one

Idiot lefties (aka dumbass hippies) taken by total surprise ... again

When the Journal News published a map that details the names and addresses of pistol permit holders in Westchester and Rockland counties, the paper’s editors say, they expected some criticism — but not death threats.

Right, because, hey ... they were just publishing  harmless public information.  They didn't weant any harm to come to the legal gun owners or anything, no, no ... perish the thought..

And now look, the "crazies" are threatening them.  Who could have EVER predicted something like this would happen?  Since when do people have the gall to retaliate violentley against tyranny?

According to the New York Times, “Information [has been posted online] about where their children attended school; some reporters have received notes saying they would be shot on the way to their cars; bloggers have encouraged people to steal credit card information of Journal News employees; and two packages containing white powder have been sent to the newsroom and a third to a reporter’s home.” More here:

Imagine that ... people fighting back ... mighty strange, mighty strange indeed.

These roaches are really coming out of the woodwork now

In an interview with the Daily Times Herald in Caroll, Iowa, state Rep. Dan Muhlbauer said governments should start confiscating semi-automatic rifles and other firearms. More here: 

Yes, good old Dan, he only wants to snatch your freedom for your own good ... don't you see how benevolent he (and people like him) would be as a dictator? 

Hey, Dan ... shut up you jackass.

I don't know what this guy's talking about, do you?

Monday, January 7, 2013

LiquiGlide, so far I like this stuff

It's impossible to get every last drop out of a bottle, whether it contains ketchup, mustard or jelly.

Until now.

Five MIT students: Dave Smith, Rajeev Dhiman, Adam Paxson, Brian Solomon, and Chris Love, along with their professor, Kripa Varanasi, have made a major breakthrough.  Last spring, they invented LiquiGlide, an edible, plant-based coating that can be placed on any surface, from glass to ceramics. Liquid-based products that encounter the surfaces will slip right off, whether it's ketchup in a bottle or rain on a jacket.

We wrote about LiquiGlide when it was first introduced in May, but now the product has been named one of Time's Best Inventions of 2012 and we're still impressed. It also came in second in MIT's $100,000 Entrepreneurship Competition. 

More info and videos of other substances like grape jelly and mayo here:

Democratics face crucial dilemma ... which to believe, the NYT or Pravda?

For years, the Elites of the West have cranked up the myth of Man Made Global Warming as a means first and foremost to control the lives and behaviors of their populations. Knowing full well that their produce in China and sell in the West model and its consequent spiral downward in wages and thus standards of living, was unsustainable, the elites moved to use this new "science" to guilt trip and scare monger their populations into smaller and more conservatives forms of living.

 What better way to staunch protests at worsening economic and life conditions than to make it feel like an honourable job/duty of the people to save "Gia". Gia worship, the earth "mother", has been pushed in popular culture oozing out of the West for a better part of the past 1.5 decades. This is a religion replete with an army of priests, called Government Grant Scientists.

 The US alone spends $7 billion each year on warming "studies", which is, in truth, nothing but a huge money laundering operation, as no real science is conducted and vapid alarmist reports the only product generated. More at Pravda:

"Spends $7 billion" = Gives $7 billion to their buddies in the "green" industry.

You gotta feel sorry for the communists Democratics, whom are they to believe?  The New York Times ... or Pravda.  Oh, the brain damage they'll be suffering.

Don't feel too sorry for them though, they'll come to the correct conclusion as soon as they figure out which one means more of their liberty, money, and power for the government.

And this is for those of you who don't like the way I spelled "dilemma" in the title.

Obama and the media to the rescue with common sense

Since last month’s horrifying and heartbreaking school massacre in Newtown, Conn., politicians and the press have, as everyone knows, been totally obsessed with firearms.

Indeed, President Obama has vowed to impose strong new gun-control measures on the nation – very soon, with or without Congress.

So, what is the truth? Where is the journalistic curiosity? Where is the follow-up? Where is the police report, the medical examiner’s report, the interviews with his doctor and others?

But let me back up. Perhaps you’re wondering why this issue of psychiatric medications should be so important.

As I documented in “How Evil Works,” it is simply indisputable that most perpetrators of school shootings and similar mass murders in our modern era were either on – or just recently coming off of – psychiatric medications: More here:
Wow, a "hidden link." I guess it never occurred to the media to report on one iota of this.  Probably just an oversight ... I mean, whoever thought of this link was just lucky ... a one-in-a-million shot.
I checked out the link here and he lists one after the other after the other in the recent mass shootings.  Now, is it the meds?  Or is it just batshi' crazy peeps?  I'll leave it to your judgement.  Are ALL batshi' crazy peeps on meds?  Are ALL the shooters on meds?

Hey, do you think Obama (or anyone in the government) gives a damn about the real reason?

Listen, the government uses EVERY occasion possible as an "example" of why they need more power and more of your money.  Hurricanes, "super storms" (lmao,) shootings, it doesn't matter ... just give up more money and don't question them.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Hadn't thought of it this way before

H/T Wombat

Friday, January 4, 2013

Shitty Hook uses Sandy Hook as excuse to steal your freedom

Lawmakers in Connecticut – still stunned from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting – are moving forward with legislation that could make public the names and addresses of 170,000 handgun permit holders in the state.

The measure, introduced by state Rep. Stephen Dargan, is the latest effort to clamp down on guns in Connecticut. If passed, the bill would reverse a 20-year decision by state lawmakers to keep the personal information confidential. The legislation would make the information fair game under the state’s Freedom of Information Act. More here

"Freedom of Information Act - (FOIA) ... right.  See how it works?  First the state decides that you MUST provide it with "information."  Then the state is "forced" to release it under the "freedom of information" act.  Oh yes, that sounds EXACTLY like what was intended with the FOIA.

That's right, because politicians states don't like "freedom of information" acts ... and since you force them to be transparent, then they're going to punish you by using the act for which is was never intended ... but "oops" it turns out that laws never cover all points perfectly ... so certain crapstains will use that against you.

Now, combine that with the fact that this idiot thinks nobody will say anything about it because, "hey, everyone knows that gun owners are witches ... so let's just start publishing their information ... it's not like we're burning them at the stake .... NOoooo, perish the thought, we're more modern than that."

And this jackass thinks he's working for the public good.  He thinks it's perfectly acceptable to steal your freedom ... and if he can't steal it he's going to make it as tough on you as possible ... you know ... if you get uppity and insist on acting as if you're actually a free person.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Hey, taxpayers ... Who GIVES a damn what you think?

Delaware taxpayers appear to be getting soaked twice under a deal in which the Democratic governor loaned $21.5 million to a hybrid electric carmaker to set up shop in the state. The company has yet to produce a car in Delaware, and taxpayers are footing the electric bill for the idle plant. 

The deal was enthusiastically announced in 2009 by Gov. Jack Markell and Vice President Biden -- formerly Delaware's senior senator -- as a way to bring as many as 2,500 green jobs to the state. More here:

LMAO.  And they just continue to squander your cash by giving it to their buddies ... for your own good, of course.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

This is so much better than spanking, we've all come so far

A Montgomery County elementary school student was suspended for a pretend gunshot a week after Adam Lanza killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. 

The 6-year-old, who attends Roscoe R. Nix Elementary School in Silver Spring, made a gun with his hands, pointed it at another student and said "pow," according to Robin Ficker, the boy's attorney. He was given a one-day suspension, with a conference on the matter planned for Jan. 2, the day students return to school from winter break.

"They could have called the mother in. They didn't do that. They just said, 'You're suspended,' " he said. "Five years from now, when someone in to Montgomery County looks at his permanent record, they're going to see that he threatened to shoot another student." More here:

Wait, What?  There's actually such a thing as a "permanent record?"

Tell me again, why do I vote for Republicans?

See, I vote for Republicans because I believe people should be free.

The bigger the federal government gets the more laws it writes, and the more money it needs..  The more money it steals from people, the less free they are ... period ... ask a slave.

I am not interested in giving up my freedom for the "greater good" or for any reason whatsoever.  I believe the "greater good" is maximized when everyone has the most individual freedom possible.

Of course, if you disagree with me there is nothing stopping a free person from going to live in a commune and give up as much of THEIR freedom as you like.  The "Democratics" don't look at it that way ... they think the road to their Utopia is paved with the freedom of EVERYONE.

So now the Republicans have, once again, voted to make the government bigger and to steal more money from the people.  Unlike their usual tactic which is to allow the printing of more money (which steals your money thru the devaluation of the currency) or to raise the debt ceiling and borrow more money (which you have to pay back ... so it's the same as taxing you.)

Many people do not realize that inflation is with us, and it is an extremely destructive hidden tax, especially on the poor of all nations of the world.  Inflation reduces the buying power of your money, so you become poorer, even if you have the same amount of money in the bank or in your pocket. More here:
So what about this recent vote to avert "The Fiscal Cliff?"  Ohhhhh, sounds very important, right?

Let's see, what's in Santa's bag, shall we?

$41 in tax increases for every $1 in spending cuts. More:
77% of ALL households will pay more to the federal government. More:
40 million for NASCAR. More:
Big tax deductions for Hollywood. More:
Millions for rum producers: More:
Millions for algae growers: More:
On and on and on:

The powerful give money to their buddies and the sheep bleat as usual.

And the Republicans refuse to stand up to this crap because the media will make them look bad and they might lost some of the power they have.

It occurs to me that a vote for a Republican is just a vote to delay the inevitable "paying of the piper."  Perhaps it would be best to vote for the Democratics and get the country ruined as quickly as possible.  That way we can get the bankruptcy over with and sort things out from there.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Man with no brain is going to jail

Gary Haines, aka, doofy-looking underwear skid-mark

LABELLE, Fla. – Authorities say a Florida man flying home from North Carolina caught a man stealing a trailer while piloting his plane over his own home. 

The News-Press reports that David Zehntner was flying over his home in LaBelle Sunday when he saw a truck in his driveway. He lowered his altitude to get a closer look and saw a man attaching Zehntner's trailer to the truck.
Zehntner followed the truck and called the Glades County Sheriff's Office from the air. Glades deputies contacted the Lee County Sheriff's Office, which found the truck as it headed into Charlotte County. 

Gary Haines, 59, of Virginia, was arrested and charged with grand theft. He was released Monday from the Charlotte County Jail on $2,500 bond. It's not clear whether he's retained an attorney. More here:

T'would be sweet to beat some sense into this donkey with a baseball bat.

Government logic and genius on full display

Angela Bauer and former partner Jennifer Schreiner (right) are supporting their sperm donor William Marotta in his fight against paying child support for their daughter

Bold is mine:

A sperm donor has been ordered to pay child support for the biological daughter he fathered to a lesbian couple who found him via Craigslist.

Angela Bauer, 40, and partner Jennifer Schreiner, 34, placed an ad on the site three years ago for a donor which was answered by William Marotta.

'We are foster and adoptive parents and now we desire to share a pregnancy and birth together,' Bauer wrote in the online posting.

Mr Marotta provided sperm which was used for artificial insemination by Ms Schreiner. In return, he gave up parental rights including financial duties for the child.

The three signed a legal document which stated Mr Marotta, a married mechanic who fosters children with his wife, would have no rights to the child.

Bauer and Schreiner updated Marotta on their daughter's well-being occasionally but he has had little contact, according to the Kansas City Star.

 The arrangement changed earlier this year when Ms Schreiner, the only parent registered on her daughter's birth certificate, applied for social welfare.

Ms Bauer had been supporting the child but was left unable to work due to ill health.

On October 3, 2012, attorney Mark McMillan filed a petition on behalf of the Department of Children and Families seeking a ruling that Marotta is the father of Schreiner's child and owes a duty to support her.

It said the department provided cash assistance totaling $189 for the girl for July through September 2012, and had paid medical expenses totaling nearly $6,000.

Schreiner had allegedly been put under pressure to reveal Mr Marotta's name so that her daughter could continue to have health care. The legal agreement that the three made in 2009 was deemed invalid by Kansas state because they did not use a certified doctor for the insemination.

LMAO - it's always great when the government invalidates a contract between two people by
 "deeming" something.   Uh, we "deem" the sky to be green ... now cough up your money, jackass.

Oh, here's another tidbit from the story:

Ms Bauer and Ms Schreiner had been together for eight years and adopted eight children. More here:

Also, is this guy really a sperm "donor" ... like the headline says?  Or is he a sperm "seller?"  See, because, to me, those are different things entirely ... selling vs donating.  I don't know, call me a "stickler" because I discriminate between those two.

I guess if you're an idiot-lib (aka jourrrrnalist) there's no difference whatsoever.  I mean, why get dragged down into the detail of it all, right?  We're too busy ... I mean some of us have to go to work donate our labor.

Anyway, I guess we aren't supposed to worry about such things since the jourrrrrnalist wasn't the slightest bit curious about it ... and that means you shouldn't ask such questions either ... unless you're just a crass non-cog.  I did notice the jourrrrnalist uses the term "donor" but he/she also says "he provided sperm."  Yes, ... "provided."

I'm thinking if he "provided" it free of charge, somehow the jourrrrnlist would have found this interesting enough to pass along to you, the reader.  Oh yes, very selfless of the man ... jourrrrnalists just CAN NOT pass up an opportunity to laud the fellow lib. 

So, when the actual truth isn't exactly what they WISH had happened, they just pretend otherwise.

I love it though, because only the government can display SUCH idiocy. Indulge me just for a moment, let's try to follow the impeccable logic of the geniuses in government. I promise it will be short ... prepare your brain for the pain. 

Schroller argued in court documents that if a donor is free of parental responsibility only when a doctor performs an insemination, 'then any woman in Kansas could have sperm donations shipped to her house, inseminate herself without a licensed physician and seek out the donor for financial support because her actions made him a father, not a sperm donor. 

Well? Did you get some brain damage? Yes, I'll bet you did.