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Stupid question time

Posted: June 6, 2011 by aliceaitch in Stupid Question Time

So Teh Hubby and I were talking about the Exposed Weiner.  Teh Hubby said that he’d never do something like that, because he knows how to use direct messaging on Twitter.  Should I be concerned?

Stupid question time

Posted: May 30, 2011 by aliceaitch in Drunkblogging, Stupid Question Time

Why do bars have mirrors behind the bartender?  And why do bars always play Freebird?  I’m editing waiting for a girl in a Super Bitch hat to show up.

Stupid question time

Posted: May 23, 2011 by aliceaitch in Geektasticity, Queerblogging, Stupid Question Time

Should I wonder why my husband sent me this?  And just how much makeup is George Takei wearing these days?

I thought the Tea Party was supposed to be about fiscal conservatism, did I miss something?

The metric asston of idiocy starts at 13:00.  So you don’t have to wade through thirteen minutes of drunken ramblings by a guy whose sole claim to fame is that he’s generally intoxicated enough to show up to speak in a ridiculous outfit, intoxicated enough that he can’t read words off a page, but still manages to stand up for fifteen minutes straight and thus has gotten himself labeled a Tea Party leader – William Temple gives a list of “If this happens, the Tea Party will be OK with raising the debt ceiling.”

Can someone please explain to me what on Earth the issue of gays in the military has to do with fiscal conservatism?   Better yet – can someone explain to me how snide comments like “we don’t have time to worry about the guy behind us” doesn’t imply just a bit of (I really hate using this word, but I can’t conjure up another way of expressing it) homophobia?  Or should we just call it homo-hatred?

I have a bunch of stupid questions this time.

  1. Am I the only one surprised that any of Andres Serrano’s work is considered really collectible?  I guess I had just assumed he’d gone away.
  2. Why can I find fifty million bajillion pictures of Piss Christ, but a search for the other destroyed Serrano photograph, that of a meditating nun, only turns up bad porn and Lindsay Lohan wearing a veil and wimple and licking a gun?
  3. If destroying a couple of photographs in a religious protest ‘plunges a nation into soul-searching’, what does destroying human lives in a religious protest do?

Got this as an email this morning:

After the Packers / Bills game, Buffalo released quarterback Trent Edwards.

During the Packers / Eagles game, the Packers injured Philadelphia quarterback Kevin Kolb.

Philadelphia then had to play backup quarterback Michael Vick.

During a playoff game against the Eagles, the Packers injured Michael Vick and another  backup was needed.

After the Packers / Cowboys game, Dallas fired Wade Phillips.

After the Packers / Vikings game, Minnesota fired Brad Childress.

Four weeks after losing to the Packers, the 49er’s coach Mike Singletary was fired and replaced.

During the Bears Playoff game, the Packers injured Jay Cutler and backup Todd Collins forcing the Bears to go with 3rd string quarterback Caleb Hanie.

Is it just me, or did the Packers create more jobs than Obama last year?

Yeah, I’m late to the game, but I wanted to see if I could find any examples to prove me wrong before I posted on this.

A few years ago, a charming (*spit*) group of atheists created the Blasphemy Challenge.  These fucknuts incited/inspired/whatever you wish to call it –  people, and most specifically young people, to perform an act of blasphemy against Christianity and post it on YouTube.  This led to, among other things, the Host being desecrated any number of times and ways.  This wasn’t the first time large group efforts were made to offend Catholics – Crackergate comes to mind, and I’m sure there are others.

So, here’s the question…Did I miss the day in RCIA where they taught how Catholics hide the bodies when we kill someone for sacrilege?  I’m kinda getting the impression that this is what Senator Graham expects from religious folk, but I can’t find any evidence that Catholics go on murderous rampages against blasphemers so I figure maybe they covered how to hide the bodies on a day when I was sick.

Oh, one more question.  Do you think it would help if we did go on murderous rampages if the Host was desecrated?  I see lots and lots of cases where a deliberate attempt is made to offend Catholics by doing disrespectful things to the Host, but other than Everybody Draw Mohammed Day, I don’t recall group efforts to offend Muslims, and I can’t imagine that any of these groups are suicidal enough to have a mass Koran burning.  Are Catholics not intimidating enough?

Elections. Consequences. You know the rest.

Jim Shankman is his name.

Oh, and Jim:

Fuck you. Fuck your patchouli soaked sense of entitlement that led you to believe that you could threaten people without consequence. Fuck your chicken shit bugfuckery that led to you running away as soon as you were caught threatening people. Fuck your false victimology which claims that being held to account for your words and deeds, sans the violence you advocated, is an attempt to “silence” you. And fuck you just because I fucking hate hippies.

Yeah. And seeing your picture, I figured you would look just like this, and I was not wrong.

Stupid Fucking Hippies

So fuck you, Mr. Shankman. Get a job, and fuck off.

Two birds with one stone?

Posted: March 5, 2011 by aliceaitch in Random Crap, Stupid Question Time

Pretty please?

Is it too much to hope for – for the sake of both the people of Haiti and America – that Charlie Sheen decides that he learned everything he ever needed to know about flying from starring in Hot Shots! Part Deux and so he can pilot the plane himself?

UPDATE: OMFGLOLROFLBBQ, here’s Sean Penn’s response:

“I think his energies, intelligence and passion could be both of service and servicing to him, as it is to all who are touched by the struggle of the Haitian people.

“Charlie is one of the very few public people who cannot be accused of using the media to his own benefit. I would very much like to show my old friend the world of needs on the ground in Haiti, and introduce him and his tremendous wit to our hard working Haitian staff.”