Dé Domhnaigh, Deireadh Fómhair 31, 2010

CFB Top 10

1. Oregon
2. Auburn
3. Boise State
4. TCU
5. Wisconsin
6. Utah
7. Nebraska
8. Alabama
9. Ohio State


Last night I had sex with a red-headed wanderer named.... Deloris? About two hours after she had had sex with someone else.

She has some moves, and, I'd just thought I'd share.

Dé Céadaoin, Deireadh Fómhair 27, 2010

Seriously Though: All Hail the Dr. Who Max Headroom

He's been my god since I heard of him about three years ago.


Post 800

" In Heaven they make love. On Earth they have sex. In Hell, in Hell we Fuck!"

It's only going to get colder.

Dé Máirt, Deireadh Fómhair 26, 2010

Dé Luain, Deireadh Fómhair 25, 2010

I Dreamed

That I took shelter with some stock character immigrants/street urchins. They lied in a tiny hidden space taking up the rear five feet of a Home Depot sorta place. The stairway to their apartment, such as it was, was more of a carpeted ladder in a chimney. There was a woman with five kids and three brown boys with the voices of middle-aged men. Lots of rats. Women knitting spider webs and humming tuneless tunes. I was told to come back whenever I like, whenever I was in trouble. Baby carriages at random spots on the floor making it hard to walk.

Dé Domhnaigh, Deireadh Fómhair 24, 2010

CFB top 10

1. Oregon
2. Auburn
3. Boise State
4. TCU
5. Missouri
6. Michigan State
7. Wisconsin
8. Alabama
9. Utah
10. Oklahoma

In other sports news, fuck Rangers. (Not the Rangers, but FC WASP.) Fuck em, is all. Just fuck em.

Dé Sathairn, Deireadh Fómhair 23, 2010

This one From Chrisma Woman is Strange, but Still sweet

A thousand puppets, a hundred storytellers, a couple of mimes, clowns and jugglers and a fire eater can assemble in three states to the delight of all children and parents. Possibly Kentucky in June, Oklahoma in July and Utah in August can host a Children’s Folk Festival. Perhaps other states would like this celebration of child-ren’s happy concerns.
We can bring children and parents from all over to enjoy the fest, a trip to a local lake and a tent city for campers. Local children can rehearse to be in a children’s proces-sion on Friday evenings like they do in Germany’s Bav-aria’s Children ‘s Festival.
We have puppet contests in many states. Glen Echo in our nation’s capitol hosts storytellers from all around.
Mimes and jugglers come from Central Park in New York and circuses. College students love to do summer stock. “Let’s go to the Child-ren’s Folk Festival instead of Disneyland” this year can be the statement hailed by parents!

Déardaoin, Deireadh Fómhair 21, 2010

I Can't Believe I Didn't notice Before

I just saw a Stephan King quote where he said he wanted 'The Stand' to be an American Lord of the Rings.

Now that it's been mentioned to me; Jesus, it's as obvious as the Lovecraft influence in all of King's work, or his Magic Negro hangup. I could have noticed it before, but I didn't.

Dé Luain, Deireadh Fómhair 18, 2010


Psycho woman with a psycho family said she'd call back when she got back to SD. I'd really rather not talk about it, mostly.

Dé Domhnaigh, Deireadh Fómhair 17, 2010

College Football top 10

Catch the fucking ball! Edition.

1. Oregon
2. LSU
3. Boise State
4. Oklahoma
5. TCU
6. Michigan State
7. Auburn
8. Wisconsin
9. Alabama
10. Missouri (Why the hell not?)

Dé Céadaoin, Deireadh Fómhair 13, 2010

Italy Vs, Serbia Soccer Riot Link


Do you love your country enough to dry-fuck a plastic fence? Nice going fellas.

Dé Luain, Deireadh Fómhair 11, 2010

Rush Limbaugh States Beliefs Honestly: Oddly Appropriate for Columbus Day

But there is no equality. You cannot guarantee that any two people will end up the same. And you can't legislate it, and you can't make it happen. You can try, under the guise of fairness and so forth, but some people are self-starters, and some people are born lazy. Some people are born victims. Some people are just born to be slaves. Some people are born to put up with somebody else making every decision for them.

You may consider this to be nothing more than harsh truth, that some people are simply more worthy than others and have earned special social privilege because they worked for it. You may say that this is nothing but the ethos of capitalism and competition expressed in an unusually blunt way.

Except no, these are the words of a college dropout born in to wealth, who honestly believes that the money he was born into was deserved and not dumb luck. He specifically says that some people are BORN to be slaves. He says this to an audience that, let there be no doubt, feels entitled to have social privilege simply handed to them, who is insulted by the mere thought that they should have to bother working or competing for it.

There are many who believe the sentiment that Limbaugh expresses, who believe that holding this creed makes them strong clear-eyed realists in a weak pc world. I myself would have a much easier time accepting that they are sincere truth tellers, and not simply bigots, if a single one of them considered himself the slave.

Dé Domhnaigh, Deireadh Fómhair 10, 2010

College Football top 10

Why not?

1. Ohio State
2. Oregon
3. LSU
4. Nebraska
5. Boise State
6. TCU
7. Oklahoma
8. Michigan State
9. South Carolina
10. Auburn

Dé Sathairn, Deireadh Fómhair 09, 2010

The Godless Liberal Hedonism of a Company Health Fair

"As millions of hardworking Americans struggle to make ends meet, Senate staffers will participate next week in a two-day orgy of back massages, organic food tastings and milk mustache photos." http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/10/08/senate-office-host-health-fair-covered-staffers/ Fox News

Yes, you read that right, a two day ORGY of back messages and milk mustaches. Anything goes up in this bitch; double anal, animal rape, lines of coke snorted directly off of erect cocks, organic food!

And now for some real fun here are some of the comments from the Fox News faithful:

Whom ever these staffers that attend this fair, work for. Every one of them needs to be voted out of office.Senators if you are reading this...we've had it with the abuse, the lies and the spending. As far as I'm conccerned this entire country needs to be purged of ALL LAWYERS, JUDGES and POLITICIANS. They have all lost sight of what America should be.

I guess the time-capsule back to 1930's Nazi Germany continues ... of course, the underlying, not so subtle anymore, message is: look how great things are when you are on the "right" (or in this case "the left) side. How dare they continue to stuff their faces in the public trough and not even feel like they have to be accountable to us for what they do. November and 2012 can't get here fast enough! I'm fed up!

AND THEY THINK.........the massage will rub off the stench that they permeate.......... the organic food will make their lies more healthy for you to hear......... the sauna will purge them of the E-V-I-L that is embedded within..............they are deserving of every red cent we paid for them...............and deserve more............more............more..............more..............more.............more............

I know I've made this point several times before, still let us be clear on just who these folks are. These are not especially stupid people. They are able to say and believe stupid things because in their particular social groups there is nothing to be gained from not being stupid, rather they gain social esteem almost chiefly through their ability to manfully express indignation. They are convinced that the only true measure of human worth is the willingness to fight for and avenge affronts against the sacred and pure. They 'know' that they cannot be decent people unless they are constantly defending what they hold dear, and so they are desperate to believe that what they hold dear is under constant peril. Lust is far too weak of a word to describe how badly they NEED to feel outraged and threatened.

So Fox News, the most trusted and reliable supplier of outrage to these addicts, comes along and feeds them a little line, and they really couldn't care less that it's low-grade stuff.

Dé Máirt, Deireadh Fómhair 05, 2010

Easy to Understand Insanity

The state of Missouri has a ballot initiative to regulate puppy mills, aimed to prevent such typical puppy mill luxuries as forced inbreeding and keeping females perpetually pregnant until they drop dead before age five. Naturally there is a cohort of tea-partiers in Missouri who; well, their language cannot be precisely translated to English, so there's really no way to know for sure, but they seem to think that the measure is really bad.

Well, according to the Alliance For Truth, the main force behind the anti-Prop B movement, there is something much more nefarious afoot (er, apaw) in the HSUS measure. The Alliance For Truth claims that the HSUS has a "radical agenda" and is "misleading the public with its intentions on Prop B. The society seeks only to raise the cost of breeding dogs, making it ever-more difficult for middle-class American families to be dog-owners."

Anita Andrews from Alliance For Truth told TPM that it's a "deceptive, lying bill" that is "trying to purposefully get rid of the breeders." The state of Missouri, she said, has been given a bad rap as "the puppy mill capitol" of the U.S. but "in truth we have the best ribbon breeders in the country." And, Andrews said, the state already has anti-cruelty laws on the books.

"They don't like animals," she said of the Humane Society of the United States.

Andrews also explained that Cass Sunstein, "one of the biggest animal rights activists," and President Obama's Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, is tied to the HSUS, and is helping them give Obama "a punch list" of the animals rights activists' agenda.

You see, there's a difference between animal rights activists and animal welfare activists. Unlike the HSUS, Sunstein, and other animal rights activists, animal welfare activists like the Alliance For Truth have "no intention of wiping every animal off this earth," Andrews said. Animal welfare activists believe in hunting and that people should take care of animals.

Rights activists, on the other hand, think "humans and animals are on the same level, ownership of an animal is slavery," and that "animals should have attorney representation" (presumably so every dog can have his day in court).

All this garble raises a somewhat important question; what, to the right-winger, is 'big government'?

In North Platte I knew a man who scoffed at any constitutional challenge a suspect made against an arrest or other police action. This man would always rail on and on against the rights and luxuries that criminals supposedly receive at the expense of victims. Then on the day this man got a ticket for parking the wrong way on a neighborhood street he responded by screaming profanities for twenty minutes, destroying a couple hundred dollars worth of his own property, and calling city hall over and over again, growing ever more enraged as whoever was answering his calls refused to stay on the line and let him abuse her. The tyranny of the twenty dollar ticket would not stand.

In the end it's very simple. The right-winger will support any law or regulation passed by legitimate White Male authority figures, so long as it is seen as telling the poor, the brown, the heathen, or the female what they can't do. He will support the harshest penalties for crimes associated with social outgroups; drug use, prostitution, petty theft, etc, for so long as he sees the law as a tool for keeping these people under heel where they belong. It is those laws seen as imposing on White, Male, Christian prerogative that bring out cries of Marxism. A two percent tax hike on the rich is far more tyrannical than restrictions on contraception, or minority religious rights, not because of the amount of liberty being restrained but whose liberty is being restrained.

It should be self-evident that it is the States security powers; police and military, are the best friends of any would-be dictator. (Which isn't to say that cops and soldiers are evil, it's just the Lockean compromise of accepting State authority in return for civilization.) Yet the right-winger is completely unbothered by the power of the Pentagon or the fact that the US has far more of its citizens locked up than any other democracy. What the right-winger fears and hates is 'bureaucracy'. He is enraged by the host of minor, practical (or perhaps not so much) impositions on his own affairs, the laundry list of rules and regulations that are inevitable in any complex society. He hates the small day-to-day laws that apply to all, not because they impose on his rights as a citizen, but because they remind him that he is only a citizen and not a feudal lord. It is intolerable that he should have to walk twenty feet out the door to smoke a cigarette. It is justice that someone else should sit in jail for smoking a joint.

Getting back then to the rant quoted in the TPM article; who is it that generally runs these puppy mills? White, rural, "Common Clay of the New West" types mostly, and I'd hazard to guess there is also a fair number of loudly self-professing Christians among them. And now there is a proposed law that seeks to tell these Real Americans what they can and can't do with their property; Real Americans are being told that they are entitled to something less than absolute life-or-death dominance of other creatures. Naturally this must be opposed, and to keep with the rarefied dignity of Real Americans this opposition must be presented as a cosmic battle against unfathomable evil.

We can laugh at the hysteria of it, as well we should, but we laugh only because we are elitist enough to think that making any damn sense is more important than being righteous.