Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Special Comment On rudy giuliani

Is it just me or are the republican presidential candidates are all a little on the not good side. I can't wait for john mccain to start in about the strawberrys.

Funny Thing About The Racists

Yes lets talk crap but avoid what is meant by "Obama, the 'Magic Negro.'"

And remember free speech means you get to say whatever stupid thing you want. And then you are free to cry about how people don't accept it as "The Word" and get on with there lives, nah nah hey hey.


Tuesday, April 24, 2007

The Media Is Saying

lap dogs
Originally uploaded by wehttamiztim.
4 years of lies about the invasion of Iraq. 4 years of war profiteering. And now that the Democrats are kinda sort of standing up. Oh look the lap dog media says that both sides are just name calling.

Whats that word for when pussies talk shit like they're up on some hill looking down at all the little people running around acting like children oh never mind.

You know that since they're saying this the Dems will of course, change their ways, in order to look good to the media.

How does 4 years of ill equip troops suddenly become all the Democrats fault because they have withdrawing troops from an invasion that should never have happened talk a funding bill.

Oh and does the constitution really have something in it about check and balances?

Monday, April 23, 2007

Get A Mop

Somebody needs to sit the Democrats down and point out to them that can't continue to be so stupid and keep listing to what people who. Back in November came to the White house to receive the latest talking points for during the elections.

And don't forget the lap dog mainstream media.

THE American legal system has rediscovered the virtue of one of the most ancient forms of punishment—public humiliation. Prostitutes' “Johns” can now have their names aired on television. Mail thieves can find themselves wearing a sandwichboard giving full details of their crime. And people who deface Nativity scenes can end up parading through town accompanied by a donkey.

And neoconservatives? These too, it seems, are now being subjected to a grand exercise in public humiliation. Paul Wolfowitz is hanging on to his job at the World Bank by his fingernails (see article). Lewis “Scooter” Libby, a Wolfowitz protégé, is facing prison; Douglas Feith, who worked with Mr Wolfowitz at the Pentagon, is an “untouchable” who is floating around the margins of academia.

As for their patrons, Donald Rumsfeld, Mr Wolfowitz's patron, was sacked from the Pentagon amid accusations that he had lost the Republicans their majority. Dick Cheney is so unpopular that he has provoked protests even at Brigham Young University, a Mormon redoubt which is as conservative as they come. Conrad Black, one of the movement's most generous sugar daddies, is on trial for fraud. It seems that those whom the gods wish to punish they first make neocons.
And neoconservativism is not entirely finished as a political force. George Bush rejected the Baker-Hamilton report on Iraq, which favoured early withdrawal and diplomacy, in favour of the neocon-designed “surge”. Elliott Abrams is a deputy at the National Security Council. Mr Cheney is proving no more destructible than Lord Voldemort. John McCain is blowing loudly on the neocon trumpet; Rudy Giuliani, having flirted with “realists”, has decided to stick with neocon foreign-policy advisers.

But the movement's implosion is nevertheless astonishing. One neocon sums up the prevailing mood in the movement. The neocons are a “laughing stock”. Their “embrace of power” has been “a disaster”. Once upon a time they commanded an audience among Arab democrats and European conservatives. But now they cannot make themselves heard above the din of criticisms of Iraq. The “surge” is a desperate response to failure. Many people see Messrs Kristol and Krauthammer as exhibits in a Ripley's Believe It or Not exhibition: they marvel that they can ever have been so influential, rather than want to follow their advice again.

I kind of get the feeling that when things get really bad, by that I mean when nobody not even the lap dogs will keep spewing talking points anymore. Thats when the Dems will step up and play clean up. Because it is after all so much easier. They wont ever drop down and knuckles up fight to get things right.

Notice how Bush will from time to time point this out.

Enough About The Governor, Lets Talk Obama

Have we learned a good lesson here? and that lesson is, always investigate your not so close friends. Unless you want how they live their lives when you ain't around to come back on you.

U.S. Sen. Barack Obama expressed regret late Friday for his 2005 land purchase from now-indicted political fundraiser Antoin "Tony" Rezko in a deal that enlarged the senator's yard.

"I consider this a mistake on my part and I regret it," Obama told the Chicago Sun-Times in an exclusive and revealing question-and-answer exchange about the transaction.

Okay the party is so over now. The Sun-Times has nailed the coffin shut on Obama's presidential campaign.

Sunday, April 22, 2007


WASHINGTON - Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has hurt the Bush administration and the Justice Department with his poor handling of the firing of eight federal prosecutors, a leading Republican said Sunday.

Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Gonzales was certainly undermining himself and his agency's law enforcement efforts.

Puppets don't cause no harm. Maybe he means that the BushCo. ideology being shown in all its stark nakedness is hurting them. Now all they have is this dumb guy who does what he is told out there trying to explain away what happened. But oh look, they're all dumb guys too. So every time they open their mouths something that they can't prove comes out or, they contradict themselves.

It's funny how its only because he does it sentence to sentence, that his doing it is said to be hurting BushCo.


I didn't notice anybody talking about the graphics on Countdown. They are very much big fans of Tom Tomorrow there. Maybe I'll hook the TV back up to the capture card and snag it.

Friday, April 20, 2007


so maybe the writing was already on the wall and the recent BlackBerry email outages aren't solely to blame, but still, being the proverbial straw to break the camel's back deserves a portion of the censure. While we already knew that most fellas would undoubtedly choose a hot new gizmo over a foxy new lady, this mentality probably changes once you're already committed, and in the case of Rafael Paz, the recent email glitches cost him the latter.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Something Funny

Trapped in the Drive-Thru - "Weird Al" Yankovic (Doogtoons)


Back in high school the cats in my home room would play a power game fast uno. Would be much more fun to watch than those poker games.

Didn't Take Long

Of all the arrogant ignorance displayed in the past couple of days regarding the Blacksburg Massacre, nothing trumps what John Derbyshire and Nathaniel Blake had to say Tuesday about the alleged passivity and cowardice of students at Virginia Tech. As numerous commenters pointed out, it's easy to pin medals on yourself from the comfort of your parents' basement. Today, we've got more of the same from Mark Steyn at NRO.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

And He Wins?!? I Wonder Why...

In trouble with the law for having a gun that a relative used in a crime disappear. Money went out and nobody has a record of what it was spent on. But yet manages to get a win. I wonder why?

And Then There This Collection of Ads

In case you don know this. When you click on the pictures here they get bigger.

The Gunman Maybe Dead

But wait for it. You will get to take your rage out on some asshole who will use it as an excuse for spewing some lame racist classist crap.

100 megabits Everywhere Else

True this, think of working from home.

Every day we twiddle our thumbs, we lose some of the edge when it comes to developing clever ways to use the bandwidth. My simple argument is that what x86 was to the PC era, bandwidth is to the broadband era. The more bandwidth we have, the more innovative ways we will find to use it, thus creating another cycle of innovation.

Monday, April 16, 2007

The Scene Where They Go Through The Mall

Blues Brothers
Originally uploaded by .benjamin.
That was about it for Dixie Square. I had no idea somebody made a documentary about it. And these two dudes speaking of he blues who our mayor made a deal with for the spot. Ended up in jail for threating a contractor who put a lien on them.

John Deneen, 40, and Johnnie Blackman, 50, were allegedly searching for the demolition contractor who got the mechanic's lien in August after he contended that he hadn't been paid for work performed at the site of the shuttered Dixie Square Shopping Mall.

American Airlines Is All About The Ladies

American Airlines
Originally uploaded by JillNic83.
Wow! Like wow. I mean could that be any more sexist

Why Do Internet Broadcasters Have To Pay At All

Judges reject appeals from webcasters

Internet radio broadcasters were dealt a setback Monday when a panel of copyright judges threw out requests to reconsider a ruling that hiked the royalties they must pay to record companies and artists.

A broad group of public and private broadcasters, including radio stations, small startup companies, National Public Radio and major online sites like Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO - news) and Time Warner Inc.'s AOL, had objected to the new royalties set March 2, saying they would force a drastic cutback in services that are now enjoyed by some 50 million people.

Oh right money I forgot how potential money is the same as really having it to them. So they are going squeeze 'em 'til they choke them lifeless. That will show 'em who's the man. And then 50 mill people run over to the favorite DRM music seller and all will live happily ever after

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Bush Wins!

Before the standoff became one the Democrats have folded up. I predict that being embolden by make the punks ass dems back down. BushCo. will continue their not equipping the troops adiquitly while war profiteering their asses off.

So far nothing has changed. Some things have been discussed out in the open but, thats about it. and even then it gets treated like no big deal. For example the firing and hiring of attorneys to have people who bring charges against your political enemies. Was just "handled wrong".

I said it before, it is over.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

What All The Money Means

Democratic candidates collecting a but load of money means, anybody but another republican. I bet a slug or Ralph Nader could get a but load of campaign dough at this point.

But it is funny to hear the pundants trying to explain it away.