Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Geniuses find way to stop suicides ... all they need is your money you greedy bastige


A grim new milestone at one of the world's most popular suicide spots: Some 46 people jumped to their deaths from the Golden Gate Bridge last year, it was announced yesterday.

That's the most recorded since the San Francisco landmark opened in 1937, per the Chronicle. Campaigners say those lives could have been saved by the safety net that the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District approved years ago, but the project is still at least $45 million short on funding. More here:

$45 million "short."  Gee, if they're "short" $45 million, how much is the total bill?

I love how the jackasses use the word "funding" in place of "Go take some of Klown's money."

Awww, maybe I should chip in. After all, a human life is worth all the money I have, right?  And let's face the truth, these suicides are our fault for not "chipping in."  Everyone knows if there were a net underneath the bridge these suicides wouldn't happen.  It's common knowledge ... there's no other way to commit suicide other than jumping off the gd Golden Gate bridge.  Idiots.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Another shocker ... out of the clear blue sky


Jamie Coots, one of the stars of National Geographic‘s reality show Snake Salvation, died Saturday of a venomous snake bite. According to reports he refused medical attention after being bitten in his Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name in Middlesboro, Kentucky and died shortly thereafter in his home. The show debuted last Fall centered on two Pentecostal preachers who handle deadly snakes as part of a century-old Appalachian practice originating from a Bible passage that suggests those anointed by God will not be harmed by a poisonous snake bite.

Well, I've been waiting to use this one (and I didn't have to wait long) ... "In the biggest plot twist since the Grizzly Man got eaten ... "

I saw that one on the Jon Stewart show the other night when he was describing how the rebels in Syria became violent.

Coots had previously been bitten nine times and lost a finger to a rattlesnake bite. The pair have come under fire from authorities for hunting and collecting deadly snakes for their church services. Last year Coots pled guilty to illegally possessing and transporting three rattlesnakes and two copperheads in Tennessee after the state seized them in a traffic stop as he was driving them from Alabama to Kentucky. More here:

Imagine the odds on that ... there you are ... driving home with some poisonous SCHNAKES when the blue lights go on behind you.  Now that there is a mystery.  Perhaps the NSA had clued the cops in on his whereabouts and shananagins.  Nah, prolly just a coinkydink, right?  No reason to get paranoid.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Obama creates "Climate hubs" - by giving your money to his friends



The Obama administration will announce the establishment of regional hubs focused on mitigating climate change on Wednesday.

The hubs are the first-ever regional centers that will focus solely on risk adaptation and climate change solutions at seven locations across the country. More here:

I love it.  It doesn't matter how much the federal government sinks into debt, they'll just keep squandering your tax money.  But, hey ... don't worry about it, it's not costing you anything, right?

The part I like best is when their buddies get the cushy "climate" jobs.

Monday, February 3, 2014

What? Someone fighting for our freedom?



"Local officials who abuse zoning authority powers to cower citizens into submission and deprive land owners of Constitutional rights in the enjoyment of their land must be subject to fines and actual damages they cause including attorney fees," Delegate Bob Marshall noted in support of his HB 1219 recently introduced in the Virginia General Assembly. 

Marshall introduced his bill in direct response to incidents precipitated by county officials who threatened Virginia citizen farmer Martha Boneta. Boneta gained national attention after she was cited and threatened with $5,000 per-day fines for hosting such 'menacing activities' as a birthday party for eight 10-year old girls without a permit and advertising pumpkin carvings. Virginians rallied at two "pitchfork protests" in support of Boneta. 

Marshall said, "I am convinced this harassment will continue until local officials realize they can be held liable in the form of fines and other costs." H.B. 1219 provides that local governments violating constitutional rights through zoning shall pay their victims (1) the amount of the fines they sought to impose, and (2) actual damages including attorney fees. Local government officials who intentionally violate this law would also be liable. More here:

That's great ... now be sure to write into the law that the government won't pay their fines for them.