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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Star Trek: “The Gibberish Initiative”

Captain’s Log:  We have begun scanning Townhall for signs of intelligent life.  So far, all results have proven negative, but Lt. Uhura reports that there’s a being with the unpronounceable name ofD’Souza (what is it with these aliens and their yen for inappropriate apostrophes?) who is attempting to contact the ship via a really crappy dial-up connection.
On screen, Lieutenant.
Now that Barack Obama has pretty much wrapped up the nomination, it’s time to raise a question that lots of people have been talking about privately but not publicly. Is it possible that Michelle Obama is the force behind Barack Obama’s refusal to embrace traditional patriotic symbols? Could Obama’s wife be largely responsible for the candidate’s damaging associations with crackpot race-baiters like the Reverend Jeremiah Wright and the Reverend Michael Pfleger? In sum, could Obama’s wife be a large part of his political problem?
Great.  More weird alien names.  What the hell’s a “Michelle?”
Ooh.  She does look angry…
Obama himself seems, at least on the surface, relatively free of the kind of corrosive racial resentment that is so common among African American activists of our day. This resentment is especially puzzling as it often comes from people who, far from being victims, have actually enjoyed benefits and privileges that they would probably never get if they happened to be white.
Well, that just made no frigging sense.  Hey, anybody have a Universal Translator on them?
Good, thanks.  Try not to hold it like it’s your dick, Chekhov.  All right, run that last paragraph through and let’s see if we can figure out what this humanoid is trying to say…
Obama seems to hate Whitey only half as much as most blacks, probably because he’s half white.  Lucky for him he’s got a touch of the tar brush, though, since black people get first pick of top universities and the best-paying jobs, and they get to cut to the head of the line at Space Mountain, and run red lights without getting tickets, and they can eat all the Frusen Gladje and nobody can say anything about it.
Ah.  Okay.  That’s what I thought he meant.
Consider the case of Michelle Obama. She was raised in a two-parent, middle-class family. She applied to one of America’s top universities, Princeton, and was admitted. Of this experience, Michelle says on the stump, “All my life I have confronted people who had a certain expectation of me. Every step of the way, there has been people telling me what I couldn’t do. When I applied to Princeton, they said: you can’t go there, your test scores aren’t high enough.”
Low test scores didn’t stop George W. Bush from getting into Yale!  You know, Michelle, people might respect you more if you spent less time bitching about racism and more time oozing out the birth canal of a rich, politically-connected white woman.
Which is all very moving, except that her test scores weren’t high enough. Michelle Obama is part of the affirmative action generation of above-average but far-from-stellar performers who were granted preferential admission to America’s most elite institutions.
You’re a quota baby who could barely pay off her student loans.  I’m a “scholar” at the Hoover Institution, and I write books for Regnery like, “What’s So Great About Christianity?” and “What’s So Great About America?” and “The Virtue of Prosperity,” where I prove the counterintuitive fact that having money in your pockets is better than lint!  Yeah, sure, each one is stuffed from cover to cover with pure, nitrogen-rich bullshit, but guess what?  Whitey pays through the nose for it!
And yet, amazingly, you don’t hear me whining about how unfair the system is.
Michelle notes that she graduated with honors in her major. Again, the problem is that her undergraduate thesis is on the web. You might expect that she wrote about Shakespeare’s sonnets or the political evolution of W.E.B. Du Bois. Well, no. Essentially Michelle Obama wrote about the problems of being a black woman at an Ivy League university.
So Michelle wrote some tendentious boilerplate about black people fitting into white society, blah, blah, blah, and because of affirmative action, she got a passing grade.  Just the kind of thing you’d expect from a black liberal feminist who’s black.  See, the secret to real, earned success in American letters is to crank out shockingly original and transgressive material that is so contrarian you would never imagine it coming from the pen of a conservative with a sinecure at a right wing think tank.  Just take a gander at my ouevre:
Ronald Reagan: How An Ordinary Man Became an Extraordinary Leader
Reagan Versus The Intellectuals
How Ronald Reagan Won The Cold War
The End of Racism
The Self-Esteem Hoax
We the Slaveowners
Two Cheers for Colonialism
10 Great Things About America
And then I throw my change-up…
10 Things To Celebrate:  Why I’m An Anti-Anti-American
Here is a typical passage: “By actually working with the Black lower class or within their communities as a result of their ideologies, a separationist may better understand the desparation of their situation and feel more hopeless about a resolution as opposed to an integrationist who is ignorant to their plight.”
Alas, the grammar is all wrong here. More than once, the tenses are garbled. People are ignorant “of” the plight of the lower class, not ignorant “to” their plight. And”desparation” should be spelled “desperation.”
Is it actually legal to grade someone’s paper twenty years after they’ve turned it in?
To wreak so much havoc on the English language in one sentence, without conveying anything of substance, is perhaps deserving of a prize. Is this what her professors were thinking when they granted her honors? Whatever the Obamorons say
…they clearly have no respect for the grandeur and majesty of their mother tongue, the stupid Obozos.
…let’s remember that that these are not mere typos; they reflect an estranged relationship to the English language. Moreover they appear not in an off-the-cuff transcript but in a thesis that is supposed to reflect the culmination of one’s college career.
Perhaps it made a modicum of sense in the original Swahili.
Subsequently Michelle went on to further appointments and even managed to cash in big time on her skin color and marriage to Barack Obama. She was hired by the University of Chicago hospitals to run “programs for community relations, neighborhood outrecah, volunteer recruitment, staff diversity, and minority contracting.” Here her salary was $400,000 a year.
Just for failing the Paper Bag Test.  Wow.
One might expect that the reaction of someone who gets so many privileges to be grateful to a society that makes them possible. But no. Michelle Obama thinks that her very success is an example of white oppression. By a bizarre twist of logic, she converts “you’re not good enough, but we’ll take you anyway” into a message of “they said I wasn’t good enough, but I proved them wrong.”
Or perhaps like many minorities in this country, especially African-Americans, and particularly African-American women, she encountered closed doors, preconceptions, and outright prejudice and had to excel beyond the standards expected of white men in order to achieve a position of responsibility, and a salary commensurate with her professional duties.  Of course, that just proves she’s too dumb to take a job as a decorative blackamoor on Richard Mellon Scaife’s estate, grinding out 700-word encomiums to the blameless and alabaster ruling class.
Ordinarily these psychological peculiarities may be of little interest, except perhaps to a therapist.
Or someone who titles a column, “Michelle Obama’s Inferiority Complex.”
But Michelle now stands next to a man that may be elected president of the United States. Barack Obama wants everyone to “lay off” his wife. He doesn’t seem to realize that this is not a reasonable request concerning a woman who clearly influences him and who stands to have public influence in her own right. Moreover, for months the media has been laying off her precisely because she is his wife. Like Michelle, Obama seems to confuse preferential treatment with ill treatment.
Whereas if somebody smacked Dinesh upside the head, I’m sure his superior powers of ratiocination would permit him to eventually sort out the motive.
Of course we’ve had controversial first ladies in the White House before. The Obamas, however, aren’t there yet. Will Barack Obama be ultimately forced to distance himself not just from the Reverend Wright and the Reverend Pfleger but also from his own wife?
Will I continue to get a paycheck for cut-and-pasting crap off the Internet and padding out the word count with grammar lessons and rhetorical questions?
All right, you can stow the Universal Translator, I’ve heard enough.  Let’s dust off and nuke the planet.  It’s the only way to be sure.

Posted by scott on Monday, June 30th, 2008 at 7:43 pm.

9 Responses to “Star Trek: “The Gibberish Initiative””

Do you know I’ve actually met people who think Dinesh D’souza and Jonah Goldberg are good writers?
I can’t even imagine how that happens.
Oh, now, be fair. Dinesh D’Souza is so proud of America that he became a citizen when he was pushing forty, married to an american citizen, and working for the president.
After twenty five years of telling americans how to run the place.
I can’t believe you would compare that to Michelle Obama feeling out of place in a university where a current Supreme Court Justice (he put it on his resume, yo) helped get a ‘bas les gens noirs society started (thereby illustrating that his parents hadn’t explained a great deal to him about being southern italian outside of South Jersey).
I’m just glad William F. Buckley had time to repent of this piece of trash before he died.
Let’s dust off and nuke the planet. It’s the only way to be sure.
Really? It’s “ignorance to”? Holy shit, that’s some weapons-grade monocle-fondling right there. I don’t think I’ve ever known anyone who achieved that level of pedantry, and I know scads of pedants. Even English professors of my acquaintance have never said “ignorance to”. Dinesh, buddy, try the decaf.
neighborhood outrecah
pot calling kettle, stat
So, the guy came to America through a Rotary International program, and he’s pissy about special treatment for others?
Huh. Coincidence, I’m sure.
Okay, so the First Lady Collegiate Writing Competition goes, once again, to Eleanor Roosevelt, and, unfortunately, Ol’ Blue Eyes isn’t still around to compare Michelle’s fellatio talents to Nancy Reagan’s, so let’s just move on to the Laura Bush road race course, shall we?
“…let’s remember that that these are not mere typos; they reflect an estranged relationship to the English language.”
That would work better as “relationship with.”
’nuff said.
Projecting like crazy as usual.
“there has been people”
Goodness me, Michelle Obama learned grammar with GWB!

Attack Of The The Eye-Babies

Over at his blog today, Michael Medved reminds us all that guns are forkillin’, and marriage is for baby-makin‘…
Marital Intercourse: Uniquely Intimate, Uniquely SignificantThe act of sexual intercourse between a man and a woman is the only human interaction capable of producing offspring, and therefore enjoys recognition in every culture as the most significant form of intimacy. Gay couples, as well as heterosexual partners, may engage in other erotic contact but this affection can’t count as consequential or as serious as intercourse.
When married people hump, they mean business!
Society and law rightly give unique weight to this one form of physical contact…
…while withholding government sanction for other forms of physical contact such as Dutch Rubs, Wet Willies, and spontaneous games of “Got Your Nose!”
…and pay less attention to other forms of affection or pleasure.
Otherwise, women would marry their vibrators, and men like Michael would have no choice but to court a box turtle or a beagle.
What, after all, does it mean to “consummate” a same sex marriage?
Not that I’m an expert, but this sounds an awful like an opening line from a Falcon Studios video, such as Dare, or Greased
Michael Medved:  I tell you, Eryk, this whole gay marriage thing has me so confused…I mean, how would two guys even consummate a marriage?
Eryk Eberhard-Faber:  Well I’m glad you asked me that, Michael — Oh, hang on, someone’s at the door…Hey, it’s 9 guys named Chad!  What a coincidence!  C’mon in, fellas, Mike and I were just talking…
We know how to define “virgin” in heterosexual terms…

…but what, exactly, does that designation mean for lesbians or gay males?
And most important of all, how do we preserve our sons’ and daughters’ ocular virginity?!  Via TBogg:
…a student at Pensacola who withdrew in 1997, was disciplined for what is known on the campus as “optical intercourse” — staring too intently into the eyes of a member of the opposite sex. This is also referred to as “making eye babies.”
“Don’t look at it, Marion!  Whatever you do, keep your eyes shut!  Don’t look–!

Awww, crap!

Posted by scott on June 27th, 2008

Friday Beast Blogging: The Yeah, Yeah, We’ve All Got Problems Edition

I’m off for a consultation with a doctor at the Cedars-Sinai Pain Center to see what, if anything, can be done about my herniated disc, and it’s wholly-owned subsidiary, “Ouch!”  I hope to be back later today, but in the meantime, here’s some cat pictures.
I can’t stop thinking about Pepsi…!  Why?  WHY?!
And Moondoggie:
Phew, what a day!  I’m too tired to even lick my own junk…
Hey…Can you put that camera down and help a brother out?

Posted by scott on Friday, June 27th, 2008 at 11:09 am.

11 Responses to “Friday Beast Blogging: The Yeah, Yeah, We’ve All Got Problems Edition”

Riley is a complete cat slut, isn’t he?
(That could be the title of a book. The Complete Cat Slut: Everything You Wish You Didn’t Have to Know about Your Feline Friend)
Yikes! Kitty Porn!
Clearly I meant Moondoggie! My brain is still dysfunctional.
Is that balls? Do cats have balls like that? I’ve only ever had girl or fixed-boy cats.
To be honest, I have no idea what that is, but I do know…I ain’t getting close enough to find out.
And yes, while Moondoggie is gentle, loving, and a thorough-going goofball good for hours and hours of enjoyment, if there was one thing I could change about him, it would be his tendency to flop onto his back and air out the jewels. Especially when company is over.
Well, with a set like that, who can blame him for wanting to show off! My goodness!
Hope you feel better soon, Scott – though I must say you have been on quite a roll. I’m not sure I want to lose the effects of whatever it is that you’re on!
Good luck, Scott. And pet the kitties for me, provided you can bend over.
We saw the Atlanta World of Coca-Cola today, btw. I too can’t stop thinking about Pepsi, I swear to god there’s not a drop of it in the city limits. Which is fine for me as a Tab drinker, but still weird. If you get the chance to go to the World of Coca-Cola, don’t. It’s creepy. The only actual appeal is the tasting room, where I sampled a beverage flavored with candied pine nuts today. It is apparently popular in Africa. They had four taps serving that, and only one in the whole joint offering Tab. I feel so persecuted. Someone get Janet Folger and Joseph Farrah on the line so I can get pointers on being poutraged…
The Monterey Bay Aquarium was the same way — 90 minutes just to get in the door on a weekday morning. Definitely worth the wait, though. Oddly, the Audubon Aquarium in New Orleans was a piscine ghost town — and this was a year before Katrina.
As for the World of Coke, there’s not a chance in hell I would ever visit it, mainly because I never touch the stuff, but partly because — to be honest — Tab creeps me out. Nothing against the beverage per se, but it reminds me of my mother, who basically lived on Tab and amphetamines, and spent most of my childhood vibrating like a tuning fork.
And when Mary gets home I’ll subcontract her to deliver your pettings to the kitties. I assume you wouldn’t object to a little bit of cronyism under the circumstances…?
hope your back is better
as for moondoggie — wouldnt you lie like that if you could get away with it
Nah, can’t complain. Iala has been abandoned till Sunday, so we’ve been calling the answering machine and talking at it to her. My partner is amazingly tolerant of Teh Silly.
MBay has actually never been that bad when we’ve been there, weird. But as members (whoohoo!) we get to use the members entrance to this one, which means no line. Or did yesterday anyway. The weird thing about the Georgia Aquarium is they make you buy tickets for a specific hour entrance–if you bought tickets for noon to one, you ain’t gettin’ in early. Members can turn up without reservations and be allowed in whenever. That, combined with the two days’ worth of admission and the discount on the behind-the-scenes tour made it worthwhile even though we’re unlikely to ever be back.
As to the World of Coke, I dunno. My beloved and passed on grandmother used to live on the stuff too, so I have fonder memories. The creepiest thing (aside from the weird-ass movie they showed us about what goes on inside a Coke machine) was actually the sense that you were going to run into James Lileks at any moment.

Invasion Of The Snatchless Bodies

In the 1967-68 TV series “The Invaders,” Roy Thinnes was able to identify the alien infiltrators by their pinkie fingers, which stuck out as stiff and haughty as Barack Obama at a country club.  In 1988′sThey Live, Rowdy Roddy Piper’s Ray-Bans allowed him to detect the skull-faced extraterrestials who were surreptitiously running the country.  And now, WorldNetDaily CEO Joseph Farah shows us how to sniff out the subversive elements infesting America’s vital news organs:
Have you ever opened up your local newspaper and wondered why there is so much coverage of homosexuals and issues of concern to homosexuals?
I assumed it was because each time gays made an incremental advance toward parity with the rights and privileges of the heterosexual majority, people like you and James Dobson immediately issue hysterical press releases and run radio ads like this:
If the Colorado legislature has its way…
“A man in a dress came into the girl’s restroom at school today.”
We could all be dealing with a new type of predator.
“Honey, there was a man in the women’s showers at the gym today, and the management said it was, it was Colorado law.”
And instead of our kids worrying about class work, they’ll be worrying about who might be in the restroom with them.
“No way I’m going in there (school bell), I’d rather wait all day if a guy’s in there.”
Our children must be protected from predators, but if Governor Ritter won’t veto Senate Bill 200, all public restrooms, including those in our public schools, will be open to anyone of any sex.
Anyway, back to Joe:
Have you ever wondered why coverage of homosexuals and their cause is so universally positive?
Well, since I occasionally read your site, um…no.
I will explain it to you.
Really, don’t put yourself out…
When I first entered the news business back in the late 1970s, there was an indelicate old adage that simplified the standards of the industry with regard to personal and journalistic conflicts of interest.The curmudgeonly city editor would straightforwardly explain to his reporter: “Hey, I don’t care if you sleep with elephants, just don’t cover the circus.”
That remained the American journalistic ethic until “the invasion.”
What invasion?
The invasion of America’s newsrooms by the elephants and their suitors.
Of course, I don’t literally mean elephants and those fond of elephants invaded the news business.
Oh, phew!  It was just another one of those metaphors I keep hearing about…
But the very behavior that crude expression was meant to discourage became de rigueur.
What am I talking about?
I was hoping you knew.
I’m telling you something few others could tell you. I am talking to you as a long-time member of the media elite.
“Elite,” eh?  Well, latte dah.
Farah made a name for himself in 1990, when he became editor of the Sacramento Union newspaper under the ownership of Daniel Benvenuti, Jr., and David Kassis when the three turned the paper in a more conservative direction. Benvenuti and Kassis bought the newspaper from billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife…After fifteen months as editor of The Union, Farah stepped down, in part from the 30 percent decline of the paper’s circulation. (The Sacramento Unionwas bankrupt by 1994…Prior to working at The Union, Farah was the executive news editor of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner (now closed)
Sorry, Joe, just wanted to check your bona fides.  You were saying…?
I am relating to you unique experiences I had as the editor in chief of major-market daily newspapers.
And if I was looking to crater a metro broadsheet, I’d be grateful.
I am explaining to you how America’s news business became a propaganda business manipulated by pressure groups. I am revealing, as an insider, the way the press was invaded and taken over by radical activists with a perverse and extreme agenda.
Right, right.  But if your experiences were “unique,” then by definition they weren’t common, and wouldn’t explain a widespread phenomenon, would they?  I mean, this all seems like an awfully big build-up just to out a few queers on the City Desk.  You’re not, by any chance, trying to sell me something, are you…?
You can find out much more about this dirty little secret in my latest book, “Stop the Presses! The Inside Story of the New Media Revolution.” But here’s an example of a group that has virtually dictated the way newspapers and broadcast outlets cover issues involving homosexuality and other forms of sexual deviancy. It’s called the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.
Not only is the organization successful at working inside the media to ensure favorable coverage of homosexuals and their political agenda, it even persuades the corporate press barons to pay their freight! The Hearst Corp., McClatchy Company, Gannett, National Public Radio, Bloomberg, Washington Post, NBC News, ABC, CBS News, CNN, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network and the parent company of both, News Corp., are all sponsoring the group’s convention in August this year. Other big corporations underwriting the event include jetBlue, Harrahs, Orbitz, Pfizer, Coca Cola and Toyota.
The Invisible Hand of the Market has a limp wrist!  Noooooo!
The NLGJA’s president works at the New York Post. Board members work at Fox News Channel, CNN, NBC and major newspapers.
They won’t stop until Bill O’Reilly directs at least 10% of his sexually harassing late night phone calls to gay staffers.  Fair and Balanced, people…
Maybe you think this is a healthy development within the media. Perhaps you believe it will lead to more “tolerance” and “diversity” within the press.
I’ve got news for you – it leads to exactly the opposite.
“Maybe you think I’m a jerk. Well it turns out, you’re a jerk!”
At previous national conferences, it has been suggested by participants that journalists should not even bother seeking other points of view on homosexuals’ issues and stories. It has been suggested that differing points of view should not even be permitted to be aired by their news organizations.
It has also been suggested that repeated, if not constant use of the passive voice allows me to make accusations without backing them up with facts or links or citations.
But, here’s the good news – and there’s much more to be found in “Stop the Presses!”
“Did I mention that I wrote a book?!  And not just the one I ghosted for Rush Limbaugh…!”
I don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but if I were the sort of person who managed to drive the one newspaper I edited into bankruptcy — despite lavish subsidies from deep-pocketed wingnuts — I don’t think I’d title my book, “Stop the Presses.”
These people, these activists masquerading as journalists, do so in the controlled media – the establishment press, the “downstream media.” And what’s happening in the world of the “lamestream media” these days? It’s imploding.
Really?  How?
The activists within the media, whether they realize it or not, are mapping a route to their own self-destruction and disfranchisement.
Sounds serious!  So what exactly are they –
In my humble opinion, it couldn’t happen to a more arrogant bunch of fascist mind-control freaks.
Oh, I see.  You’re saving all the good stuff for “Stop the Presses!  The Inside Story of How I literally Stopped the Presses!”
Fair enough, Joe.  I’ll be sure to click on that “Wanna Know the Secret to Getting 37 Paychecks in the Mail Per Month?  And All at the Push of a BUTTON!” ad on the front page of your site so I can get my free copy.

Posted by scott on Thursday, June 26th, 2008 at 12:14 am.

22 Responses to “Invasion Of The Snatchless Bodies”

I live in Sacramento and remember the Farah & Friends takeover of the Union. It was a disaster ready-made to delight me. Nobody made money on the Union from the days when Gannett had the paper, and the more money they lost, the further rightward they turned. I had known Dan Benvenuti as a vague acquaintance (FOAF) and I can say nothing made me happier than to see that creep lose on the deal. He was a blowhard developer (of which we have plenty around here – see the story of John Saca for a more recent example of the type) We mine new ones every year, and I get to see most of them hit financial ruin eventually. Big mouths, big “ideas”, always pumping the city council (eternal suckers) for money to fund their “vision” for a new downtown (which is always infinitely worse than the old downtown).
Farah himself is nothing more than another example of wingnut welfare. He could fail a hundred more times and still have a guaranteed income.
At previous national conferences, it has been suggested by participants that journalists should not even bother seeking other points of view on homosexuals’ issues and stories. It has been suggested that differing points of view should not even be permitted to be aired by their news organizations.
“Furthermore, it has been suggested that whenever there’s a story about gay people being allowed rights, they not even call me anymore so I can tell them the fags are all going to hell and 9/11 was God’s judgment upon us. It has been suggested that I am somehow intolerant! Imagine!”
I wonder how Joe would like it if every time someone did a book review for him or otherwise mentioned his name in a newspaper, someone who thought he was a total asshole who should be soundly beaten was asked for a quote. I wonder how he’d like it if every straight marriage announcement included a differing point of view from a gay couple who’d been denied a marriage certificate despite having been together decades longer than the happy newlyweds had known each other. I wonder how he’d like it if every story about religion was accompanied by a couple of quotes from atheists pointing out they’re deluded morons. And clearly every article about minorities should be accompanied by a point of view paragraph from neo-Nazis, but actually he might not object to that.
I remember reading the Sacramento Union back when I was a grad student and my landlady had a subscription to it. The Union was a pretty decent paper, a bit on the conservative side, until Farah and his minions turned it into the print equivalent of Fox News (well before Fox News even existed!). With the insane running the asylum, the Union quickly collapsed and went out of business. (It exists today only as a thin tabloid, given away for free, and an anemic webzine.)
Seriously, is Mr. Farah’s piece an editorial or just an extended commercial to promote his so-called book?
PS – Someone should tell this guy that Groucho Marx wants his moustache back.
“Lamestream media.”
It’s the quotes that make it doubly good. But then, that’s the sort of thing you get from the professional wordsmithy. Internets, take note!
It only proves he’s one of the “cool ones” who understands what “the kids” are into these days; you know, like “the internet”, “hula hoops” and that crazy “Dan Fogelberg” music.
Has anyone mentioned to Mr. Farah that the moustache he sports is commonly referred to as a bumper-cushion for a high speed cocksucker?
“The invasion of America’s newsrooms by the elephants and their suitors.” A most original description of the rise of Fox News, Mr. Farrah. Congratulations!
The fact is, you liberals hate the free market. You want all newqspapers forced to be gay, and funded by our taxes. Newspapers only need to print the truth, and when there is controversy like gay, black, foreigner or womens rights to print BOTH SIDES. That is fair, that is balanced. The media right now is biased and tilted to the left, and you liberals want it all the way. This is unfair and the market proves me right, look at how successful FOX NEWS is, and you envy that. Stop hating hard working rich white people and start emululating them, you might learn something.
Hey! It’s Gary! And I think it’s the real Gary!
when there is controversy like gay, black, foreigner or womensrights to print BOTH SIDES
So, Gary. Tell me. What’s controversial about rights for black people or women?
(cuz, I get that the rights for teh gay is still a hard concept to swallow. So to speak. But, relax. It took a lot of time for bigots to get used to the idea that black people had the same rights as white people and could, in fact, marry white people without destroying marriage as an institution.)
Gary??? I thought I’d find you here annoying the neighbors. You know I asked you to take out the garbage and pick up the newspapers. I want you to march right back across the street and finish those chores, or I’m going to unplug that computer and you’re going to be grounded.
Can someone tell Sadly, No! we’ve got their troll? They’ve probably been stapling notices to all the utility poles and frantically calling the Pound.
I’m unclear why Farah thinks that gay men are going to be going into girls’ restrooms in elementary schools.
I’m sure that in Farah’s world there are hundreds of gay men eager to hang out in the girls’ gym showers at elementary schools, but I guess I’m just not aware of this sub-group of gay culture. Is it the great dance music? Or the decor?
Can someone tell Sadly, No! we’ve got their troll? They’ve probably been stapling notices to all the utility poles and frantically calling the Pound.
I went ahead and posted a “found” notice over there in the most recent thread, scott. Hopefully, someone will come and get him and give us some kind of reward. ;)
I went ahead and posted a “found” notice over there in the most recent thread, scott. Hopefully, someone will come and get him and give us some kind of reward
OOOOH-kay! I think the real response from the noers would be ROTFLMAO.The troll did sound like the real Gary so, why in the hell would they want it back?
The fact is, not only do we NOT want Gary back, even Gary’s mom does not want him back.
“The fact is. . .”
Did’ja ever notice that only rightwingnuts begin almost EVERYTHING they write this way.
It’s as thought they’re trying to convince themselves first through rote recitation and hoping it will stick with their intended audience.
I think it’s more indicative of some kind of mental tic.
Aside from High School Girl’s locker rooms,I’ve never been in a woman’s public restroom that had a shower. I’m trying to visualize the response of 50 or so teen girls to a man trying to shower with them. I hope that when it happens, someone will have a camera phone. I’d like to see it on You Tube.
“You want all newqspapers forced to be gay, and funded by our taxes.”
Sounds like prison.
[...] Scott at World o’Crap has some fun walking us through WorldNetDaily CEO Joseph Farah showing us how to sniff out the subversive elements infesting America’s vital news organs. He begins with a quote from a Dobson radio ad: “Mom…” [...]
Since when do wingnuts actually give a shit about kids getting sexually harassed by strangers? Don’t they usually blame the victim, say she or he is lying and/or asking for it, and/or say “boys will be boys”? It’s usually heterosexual male relatives or acquaintances of the kids committing these things, anyway. What a load of disingenuous crap.
I knew this bozo’s boss at the Union, DB Jr. in high school. One of our gymnasts offered to beat the crap out of him for his cruel antics. Both he and Farah are, in my opinion, borderline sociopaths. Well, maybe not exactly borderline. If you found evidence of fraud or even murder, I would not be surprised in the least. I also would not be surprised to find that they’re both gay and that all this bashing is just an effort to cover it up. Trust me, these guys have both got plenty of stuff they don’t want known.