Archive for September, 2011

Does anybody know what a saki bomb is? Y0u pour a little glass of saki, a half a rocks glass of beer, drop the saki into the beer and then chug.

So the point. mother fucker.

Righto!  The EPA can drop a compliance order on anyone it wants, whenever it pleases; wait as long as it wants, accruing fines at the rate of over thirty thousand dollars a day; and then bring its victims into court to play some really high-stakes poker.  Or you could just walk away from your piddly little $23,000 plot of land without a fight, pony up $27,000 to make it look nice for the EPA, and build your dream house someplace else.  That’s “due process,” just like the Founding Fathers intended!

Seriously, read the whole thing. Just make sure you have something you can shoot or at least smack around before you do.

If I wasn’t so drunk I would be out in the fucking desert shooting stuff.

Via Cold Fury who’s surely harshing my drunken mellow this evening. Sometimes truth in advertising is fucking annoying.

Don’t Ridicule the Wrong People

Posted: September 29, 2011 by veeshir in Liberal Fascism, Nanny State

Andrew Bolt is an Aussie who is very good at ridiculing the Australian left. He’s like Mark Steyn except he lives in a different unfree country (Steyn of course, eventually won his “you offended me case” in Canada).

So he wrote this article making fun of various white guys receiving awards, scholarships and prizes designated for aborigines and even, according to the article, black women.

Hear that scuffling at the trough? That’s the sound of black people being elbowed out by white people shouting “but I’m Aboriginal, too”. Hark! – is that a man’s voice I now hear bellowing: “And I’m an Aboriginal woman.”

So what’s an aggrieved lefty living in a country without the First Amendment to do?

That’s right, find a pliant court and take him there because he’s intolerant and stuff.

So Bolt lost and you have to love this comment

Justice Bromberg said it was important to note his judgment did not forbid debate or articles on racial identity issues if done “reasonably and in good faith in the making or publishing of a fair comment”.

I’ll translate, if you’re of the wrong political persuasion, shut up you.

A tolerant leftist who’s totally in favor of free speech had this to say

She said the court’s decision meant racial identity could be debated, but with respect.

I’ll translate that too, Bolt makes fun of the left and they have no sense of fucking humor so they have to shut him up.

Tim Blair had better be careful, with this win under their belt he’s next.

I don’t know the penalty, but even if it’s a “don’t do that again” it’s a travesty.

Australia used to look like a good option as a free country at one point, but now that they’ve taken away free speech and the right to bear arms, well, take em off the barbie, they’re done.

Sigh. At least they’ve given us Crocodile Dundee and Elle Macpherson.


Veeshir to Enterprise, beam him up. Fast!

Posted: September 29, 2011 by veeshir in HAHAHAHAHAA!!!!, L.L.A.P.H.

Shatner does the best William Shatner parody out of anybody I’ve seen.

You Don’t Like Our System of Government?

Posted: September 28, 2011 by Edward von Bear in Conservatism, Democratic morality

Well fuck you. Fuck you, Harold Meyerson. Fuck all of you with the furious fuckfury of the flying fuckeagle of freedom. Fuck your inability to accept that your views are not welcomed by most Americans. Fuck you for your refusal to admit that the same system that played a key role in making this country the greatest nation to ever exist did so because it prevented fascist futtock shroud fondling fuckfusiliers such as you and your fuckhorts from ruining this country with your fuckpustile plans. Fuck you for refusing to work within the system to achieve your goals. And volumefuck you with the facts for refusing to notice that your preferred methods of governing without the will of the people only leads to misery and a shittier way of life.

That is all.

Oh go fuck yourself, you traitorous bint. And, fuck yes, I stand by the traitor remark. Blithely commenting that elections should be cancelled because they are just too gosh darn inconvenient at the moment rather strikes me as being up there on the list of traitorlike things to say.

Sigh. This is not helping with my being filled with The Rage all day long. I do believe I need some visual distraction. Mayhap this shall work.

Whenever you give me that look, I’m joking.

Minitrue in full cover mode, the headline

Perdue jokes about suspending Congressional elections for two years

Notice that the story is updated. The url suggests  the update was the headline stating it was a joke
The Joke

You have to have more ability from Congress, I think, to work together and to get over the partisan bickering and focus on fixing things. I think we ought to suspend, perhaps, elections for Congress for two years and just tell them we won’t hold it against them, whatever decisions they make, to just let them help this country recover. I really hope that someone can agree with me on that. The one good thing about Raleigh is that for so many years we worked across party lines. It’s a little bit more contentious now but it’s not impossible to try to do what’s right in this state. You want people who don’t worry about the next election.”

Her spokestool put out this statement

H/T The Lemur King. Click and tell him that I’m still boycotting him.

Jeremy Clarkson is my new hero

Posted: September 26, 2011 by aliceaitch in Green Goofs, It's Science!, Liberal FAIL, Win!

Thanks to Unclefacts.

(doubleplusundead) Anyone who is a Top Gear fan knows how much Clarkson hates the Prius, Geldof is a dumbass for even trying.  That’d be like trying to convince a Paultard to quit spamming online polls.  And yes, Top Gear is the only new TV show I watch, that alone should be an endorsement,

First up, we have a Gallup poll that’s music to my eye.

The money shot

  • 82% of Americans disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job.
  • 69% say they have little or no confidence in the legislative branch of government, an all-time high and up from 63% in 2010.
  • 57% have little or no confidence in the federal government to solve domestic problems, exceeding the previous high of 53% recorded in 2010 and well exceeding the 43% who have little or no confidence in the government to solve international problems.
  • 53% have little or no confidence in the men and women who seek or hold elected office.
  • Americans believe, on average, that the federal government wastes 51 cents of every tax dollar, similar to a year ago, but up significantly from 46 cents a decade ago and from an average 43 cents three decades ago.
  • 49% of Americans believe the federal government has become so large and powerful that it poses an immediate threat to the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens. In 2003, less than a third (30%) believed this.

How Beautiful is that? The only fly in the ointment is that only about 50% think the current gov’t is a threat to our freedom. I’d like to see that around 75%, which would be unanimous as 25% is never going to admit they agree, they want it. Freedom scares them.

Then we see this Rassmussen poll

new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 17% of Likely U.S. Voters think the federal government today has the consent of the governed.  Sixty-nine percent (69%) believe the government does not have that consent. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided.

That’s all about the Win!

Teh Peepul are starting to figure out we have a bunch of elitist assholes who think the people are revolting and wish we would just shut and do as we’re told.

That makes my “100% turnover in every elective office” plan look less like pie in the sky and more like pie on my plate.

Mmmm pie.

The Puppy Blender seems to blame it on Obama, but I’d say it’s across the board. Watching the “debt ceiling” kabuki was eye-opening, especially as it was  just more of the same old same old where our political class argues over how much they’re going to screw us with nobody but Crazy, Unhelpful people trying to get “Hey, how about you don’t screw us?” into the debate.

I’m not saying Obama and his Chicago-Machine politics isn’t a big factor, but politics has gotten ridiculous. When talking heads on TV talk about how “smart” a pol flip-flopping.…err.. repositioning is based not on whether it’s the right option but whether it looks good to the hoi polloi.


You know who this doesn’t help? Mitt Romney. And that’s why when people leave the Perry bandwagon they’re going to Newt or Cain or even Chris Christie (who’s basically a fat Benito Giuliani who’s worse on guns and immigration).

Fuck the establishment. They’ve shown their ineptitude is only surpassed by their arrogance.

Interesting that someone named Feingold would be agitating for the execution of an entire subgroup within a society

Do note, the “rich people better give us their money or else!” line of argument is becoming a rather common one with the left.  We’ve always known that’s been where the left’s heart is ultimately at, but they’re getting brazen enough to openly say what they are.  Michael Moore made a similar threat earlier this week.

Leftists badly want the cold war to go hot.

Unfuckingbelievabile. Of course, it happened in an unfree place, but still.

Motorists issued a traffic ticket in Massachusetts will have to pay money to the state whether or not they committed the alleged crime. According to a state supreme court ruling handed down yesterday, fees are to be imposed even on those found completely innocent. The high court saw no injustice in collecting $70 from Ralph C. Sullivan after he successfully fought a $100 ticket for failure to stay within a marked lane.

Muddafuckas. I can tell you one thing about Massachussetts, they love to give tickets to out of staters who will not fight.

I see them starting to give out more tickets to in-staters and raising the cost of fighting to more than the cost of paying the ticket.

Via the Agitator