Friday, September 23, 2005

Irrelevant

Or, in fact, quite relevant to our current state!

I have detected a link between the use of the top searches on Technorati and the appearance of spam comments. But you get more hits at the same time, so perhaps it just goes with the territory in modern blogging. I think it's a decent trade-off.

Or an irrelevant one.

Code Red Mountain Dew
Burnin lead fountains you
Aah...that's refreshing

Bush drinking with Rita (this evening?!):

Revelations from nearby. Confusion from afar?


1. I regret saying that our nation would prosper if each of us would devote half of our annual income to prostitutes. Streetwalking is reprehensible and should be avoided at all costs [although I'm not saying that it doesn't happen].

2. When I told you it was as though you were surrounded with a perforated line and I could punch you out whenever I wanted, it was nothing personal. It's more like I can do that with everybody.

3. I'm pretty sure that every major conflict will eventually come down to two guys taking turns punching each other in their arms as hard as possible. In fact, I find it inevitable given history.


I never said that I was Hunter S. Thompson. I can state that for a fact. I did, however, dress up as Dr. Thompson for the past three Halloweens. Fact. Toupee?

Toupee? Poll it in the comments!

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Impeach Bush!!! (Black Wednesday in My Neck of the Woods)

These murdering, greed-consumed bastards don't care what anyone thinks.

My man Juan Cole reaffirms my belief that neoconservatism is not an ideology:


...the guerrillas' ability at this late date to mount such a shatteringly effective operation in the capital itself is why the pitiful and arrogant Project for a New American Century fantasy of just crushing the Sunni Arabs of Iraq is a K Street wet dream generated by intellectual adolescents, not a realistic policy. (And of course the same thing could be said of virtually everything the PNAC has ever said).


That's right, children. Close up shop. The game is over.

Not to say that one other person's statements plus my own make truth, but now, two and a half years into the blunder, judge for yourself what this war of latent racism and vicious incompetence hath wrought. Almost 1,900 Americans dead and forgotten for Halliburton's no-bid contracts, countless civilians dead and forgotten for Halliburton's no-bid contracts, countless martyrs for a new generation of ultra-violent Islamic radicalism, myriad other priorities forgotten, and a world of misery for Iraqis.

At the same time, I realize that some (Ariel Schneller, Ariel Sharon) may say the failure of some neoconservatives to reach their goals doesn't mean that neoconservatism itself is a bankrupt ideology. Maybe that's true, but in a real sense, it has not solved any problems for the world in practice in this instance (while it has created a number of them), and the world community can't realistically afford to give this half-baked warmongering "persuasion" any more chances. Nor can the average American.

I hate blogging. It's really always the same story with these goddamn crooked ignorant poodlefuckers. Fuck this--I don't even know why I'm on this blog. Y'all niggaz ain't even on my level...I'm gonna let my little homies ride on y'all.

[ed.-not to say nostradamus is little.]

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Rejoice, addendum

Senator Rick Santorum on those who couldn't evacuate New Orleans (many of those people were poor, carless, elderly, or disabled):


"I mean, you have people who don't heed those warnings and then put people at risk as a result of not heeding those warnings. There may be a need to look at tougher penalties on those who decide to ride it out and understand that there are consequences to not leaving."


Tougher "penalties" than what. . . . . .drowning?

Rejoice, thirsty masses!!!

The air was thin, my brothers, as it always was at higher altitudes.

But the actualrod has a bone or two to pick, so my blood flows anew. . .from the Houston Chronicle:


The Navy has hired Houston-based Halliburton Co. to restore electric power, repair roofs and remove debris at three naval facilities in Mississippi damaged by Hurricane Katrina.


Etc. . .don't be surprised, though. These things are of grave importance (no pun intended) while it seems that 10,000 have died in New Orleans alone, significantly after the original disaster. The interesting thing is this mention of people fleeing upwards in their houses until eventually dying in their attics, essentially drowned up against their roofs for lack of an escape.

. . .Like being buried alive (which seems, in a way to be the m.o. with this use of arenas as heavily overcrowded public spaces, by the way), only. . .


Jeff Gannon: Mrs. Bush, how do feel about thousands being drowned alive in their homes in highly toxic water due to your son's incompetence?
Barbara Bush: Teehee, ..."so many of the people in the arena here, you know, were underprivileged anyway, so this--this (she chuckles slightly) is working very well for them."
Jeff Gannon: Just kidding! Sex? No? Yes?
Barbara Bush: Alright. (But only if you play with my disgusting, old, saggy tits.)
Exeunt.


. . .Only better?