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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Radaronline: Taylor Swift is the princess of country music, but to the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, she’s basically the whore of Babylon. “This girl is a whore,” Ben Phelps, the leader of the outrageous, headline-grabbing anti-gay group, tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. … Continue reading
Posted in Taylor Swift Tagged Taylor Swift 16 Comments
Sunday Music Open Thread – Joe Diffie
Joe Diffie was a pretty big deal 20 years ago. I hadn’t heard from him for a while and suddenly he’s involved with a couple new hits, one of which he doesn’t even sing in! BTW – The SF Giants … Continue reading
Posted in Music Tagged Music 18 Comments
How Much Is A CEO Worth?
From the Metropolis Fishwrapper: An Unstoppable Climb in C.E.O. Pay WHEN we made our annual foray into the executive pay gold mine in April, chief executives’ earnings for 2012 showed what appeared to be muted growth on the year. The … Continue reading
Posted in Klown Musings Tagged Klown Musings 16 Comments
Hot Enough For You?
Via Yoohoo: AP photographer describes 128-degree heat FURNACE CREEK, Calif. (AP) — Associated Press photographer Chris Carlson is no stranger to heat. He grew up just outside Palm Springs, Calif. On Friday, he returned to his desert roots, leaving his … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming Tagged Global Warming 65 Comments
You Lost, Get Over It!
LA Times: Sponsors of Prop. 8 file petition to stop same-sex marriages ProtectMarriage, the sponsors of Proposition 8, filed an emergency petition to the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday to stop same-sex marriages from continuing in California. The petition says … Continue reading
Posted in Same-Sex Marriage Tagged Same-Sex Marriage 65 Comments
New MSNBC Educational Program
It will be airing right after Rev. Al five nights a week. This is an open thread.
Posted in Uncategorized 16 Comments
George Zimmerman Reenactment Video
I betcha the prosecution never plays this one for the jury. If you have been paying close attention to the various witnesses’ testimony you will find minor discrepancies between all of them. This is what is sometimes referred to as … Continue reading
Posted in People v. George Zimmerman Tagged People v. George Zimmerman 75 Comments
Will Sarah Put On Her Leavin’ Dress?
From Sarah Palin at Facebook: Great job, GOP establishment. You’ve just abandoned the Reagan Democrats with this amnesty bill, and we needed them to “enlarge that tent” of which you so often speak. It’s depressing to consider that the House … Continue reading
Posted in Sarah Palin Tagged Sarah Palin 55 Comments
The Victim Parade (Cross-posted)
Myiq must be out mowing the grass or searching for a new kitty. Comments are piling up in the last post. Earlier he wished I’d cross-posted The Victim Parade here. Since I’m tapped out due to insomnia and loathe to … Continue reading
Posted in clusterfucks, People v. George Zimmerman 119 Comments
Rachel Jeantel And The Soft Bigotry Of Low Expectations
Global Grind: What White People Don’t Understand About Rachel Jeantel A predominantly white jury is not going to like Rachel Jeantel. Let’s just be real here. The 19-year-old Miami native is an easy target for obvious, yet shallow reasons. But … Continue reading
Posted in People v. George Zimmerman Tagged People v. George Zimmerman 128 Comments
Overnight Open Thread
I may get a new cat tomorrow. My son and I are going to the shelter to check out what is available. I also have to mow the lawn.
Posted in Uncategorized 9 Comments
Dueling Press Conferences Open Thread
Per court administration, Mark O'Mara is planning to do a press conference after court wraps for the day. #GeorgeZimmerman #TrayvonMartin — Jeff Weiner (@JeffWeinerOS) June 27, 2013 Mark O’Mara, one of the defense attorney’s for George Zimmerman, announced he would … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized 67 Comments
“Cracker” is a compliment?
Tommy Christopher from the Department of You Can’t Make This Shit Up: ‘Cracker’ Means Something Entirely Different In Florida: A Source Of ‘Pride’ At the merciful close of key prosecution witness Rachel Jeantel‘s testimony in the trial of George Zimmerman … Continue reading
Does History Repeat?
Victor Davis Hanson: How Will America Hold Together? By A.D. 200, the Roman Republic was a distant memory. Few citizens of the global Roman Empire even knew of their illustrious ancestors like Scipio or Cicero. Millions no longer spoke Latin. … Continue reading
Posted in History, Klown Musings Tagged History, Klown Musings 103 Comments
Overnight Open Thread
Tomorrow is gonna be F-U-N!
Posted in Uncategorized 19 Comments
Let’s Annex Mexico!
My muse showed up, drunk and angry: McCain: We Will Have ‘Most Militarized Border Since the Fall of the Berlin Wall’ John McCain is so confident in the Corker-Hoeven amendment’s strengthening of the border that he compared it to another … Continue reading
Posted in Illegal Immigration, Immigration Reform Tagged Illegal Immigration, Immigration Reform 84 Comments
Wednesday Open Thread
Apparently the Texas Lege tried to outlaw tampons or enslave vaginas last night, but the Democrats are disputing who won. Or something. WMCB knows what happened. Darrell Issa is up to something this morning. If I wasn’t planning on watching … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized 124 Comments
George, Edward, Amnesty and TOTUS
The trial of George Zimmerman started yesterday. Here are the highlights. The best place to follow the trial is at Legal Insurrection. Defense attorney Andrew Branca is doing excellent play-by-play and analysis. Edward Snowden has disappeared. China said he left … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized 125 Comments
My male tuxie Anakin died last night. He choked on something. I tried to do first aid but it didn’t help. He was 17. Many years ago we got three cats in a short period of time. Since Memorial Day … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized 74 Comments
Sunday Music Open Thread
It’s not a circus without a few clowns and a merry-go-round.
Posted in Music Tagged Music 28 Comments