Monday, October 4, 2010


Breaking News Alert The New York Times Tue, October 05, 2010 -- 1:05 AM ET
Bank of Japan Cuts Benchmark Interest Rate to As Low As 0%
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday unexpectedly cut its benchmark interest rate from 0.1 percent to a range of 0 to 0.1 percent. The unanimous decision came after a two-day meeting of the bank's nine-member policy board and is the first change of Japan's key rate since December 2008.

The move had important symbolic impact, signaling the bank is willing to take action to spur the ailing economy despite the risks of deflation from further cuts in interest rates.

Tokyo's Nikkei stock market average rose by more than 1.5 percent after the announcement.
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Typed it before, will type it again: the Official Position of Just Another Blog™ is in complete & absolute favor of deflation. Your cash is nothing but trash anyway.

More Fun We Missed

Why don't we hear about this sort of crap sooner? (Because we're asleep during the hrs. of standard activity. Next question.)
So that's how it looks in color.
This morning's event was dedicated to Art Gilmore, who passed away last month at the age of 98 and was a broadcast professional, known for the 156 episodes of "Highway Patrol" (1955-59) he narrated. Actor Broderick Crawford, who played CHP Chief Dan Mathews on the show, was also honored at his Walk of Fame star.
We can't even remember if we were aware of Gilmore's death, but we've been watching Highway Patrol religiously since we found it's being broadcast weekday mornings on thisTV.

Mr. Gilmore, of course, served in Jack Webb's repertory company as well as his Highway Patrol gig.

Yes, the Beverly Hills P.D. drives plenty of SUVs. What did you expect?
A few wks. ago we happened to see several old-style LAPD vehicles (One of them a '70s station wagon w/ LAPD markings, not visible here, & a couple of older ones.) parading up La Brea, but we weren't quick enough to extract & use the camera. Screwed again.

Cloudy W/ Chance Of Heat Death
Of The Universe

Laundry done, shoes off, game over; time for some photo-cropping.

Really Have To Start Opening The Email Earlier ...

Could have been here now. Maybe even learning something.
Or, whichever collection of ninnies this came from could try sending shit sooner. Had to do laundry, so we won't beat ourself up over the whole thing.

Just Sad ...

Well known Commie/Liberal Brad Reed using Twitter to pretend he is a real American.
You ain't foolin' nobody, pinko!

Every One A Winner!

This is so exciting we had to share it immediately. Couldn't even wait until the straw polls closed Friday.
Others receiving 0%: Gary Johnson, Jeb Bush, Christine O'Donnell. Bring 'em on.

Rain: Get The Fuck Out Of It!

Scientists Blame Laptops for "Toasted Skin Syndrome"

While 'toasted skin syndrome,' has traditionally been associated with proximity to ovens or extreme heat sources, a handful of new studies link the "sponge-patterned skin discoloration" to a new cause: lazy laptop users. Over the past six years, medical journals have covered at least 10 cases of "toasted skin" resulting from users who don't move their laptops in spite of the machines overheating. In an article published Monday, researchers relayed the case of a 12-year-old boy whose leg went spotty after months of playing video games. "He recognized that the laptop got hot on the left side; however, regardless of that, he did not change its position," the authors wrote. While the condition is mostly harmless, it can potentially lead to skin disease and infertility in men. To avoid scalded skin, scientists have a simple recommendation: Move the laptop when it gets hot.
Read original story in Associated Press | Monday, Oct. 4, 2010

Is It Monday Yet/Again?

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Worse Or Worser

Can't decide which is more awful, irksome, tedious & banal, the political scene (as portrayed in the world of bloggery) or the sheer inane dull of our hideous existence (w/ photos & recordings) in a world of objects that want everyone to suffer.

Sweet release of death (The death of all political types. We aren't going anywhere soon. Hell, we're going nowhere at an astounding rate.) we await your releasing these two morons from their earthly bonds.

Quote of the Day

"To those who say we should focus on fiscal issues, instead of the right to life, I say 'what is more fiscally responsible than rolling back this administration's effort to expand funding for abortion at home and abroad?' What is more fiscally responsible than denying any and all funding to Planned Parenthood of America?"

-- Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN), quoted by The Hill, criticizing moderate Republicans for focusing on "public policy alone."
And CNBC's Larry Kudlow reveals more about himself & some of his deep-seated psychological problems. Yes, Larry, you're the only one. And you're certainly a pillar of strength.
Am I the only one who saw weakness when President Obama and his departing chief of staff Rahm Emanuel gave each other a big, fat, full-bore hug following their speeches at the resignation event in the White House’s East Room on Friday?
Remember, this is on global television. And it has to do with the very top of the United States government. Our friends and enemies were all watching.
I think the hug lacked dignity. It did not send a message of American power and forcefulness. So I fret about the reaction around the world to this kind of fraternity-like emotionalism in full public view.
Why not just a dignified, stand-up, serious handshake? That’s what Reagan would have done. A strong handshake shows friendship, respect, and even affection. But a big fat hug seems to go over the line.
Perhaps I’m overreacting to this. But when it comes to the presidency and the behavior of our top leaders, I think the image we want to send at home and abroad is one of serious strength of purpose. Not some kind of collegiate squeeze. Somehow the Obama-Emanuel embrace seemed demeaning — to the presidency, to our officialdom, and to our strength of purpose.
Poor weak, helpless America, about to be brought down by the Islamic insects, Gulliver style. If only it were 198X again, & Morning in America. And if only Larry could still get the good blow. Dude, we'd be back on top of the world!

Sunday Night Dead

You can not find a better way to spend a Sunday evening than cleaning sewer water from your kitchen floor, moving the refrigerator all over the kitchen, & trying to fix the outlet the plumber effed up when unplugging his snake.

Shitmoat Up-Date

Sink started backing up again. Plumber arrived & snaked the shit thereout some ten mins. later. Now drains well. And there's water all over the kitchen floor. Again.

Murder plans nonetheless on hold, although waiting for specific incidents to justify the torturing & death of literal rent-seekers is a chump's game. You don't need specifics, just will. (A weapon can help, but bare-hands murder is often more satisfying. As is a hot-lead enema.)

No One Will Ever Be Able To Prepare Food Here Again

No amount of bleach will wash the stain from our soulsink.
Now we have to buy a fucking mop. Does it never end?

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Religion-Crazed Space Nazis
Beat Middies

Flying Fundies Beat Blue & Gold, 14-6;
First Time in Seven Yrs.

News From The Future:
Death Of A Landlord

We promise you a minimum of one death at the hands of another (That's us!!): The landlord, the manager, or both. Look at this (literal) shit:
NB: Brown stuff on floor is SHIT, not part of the tiles.
NEWS FLASH: Seems to have stopped, an hr. after it started. This does not mean landlord boy is off the hook. Indeed, he may be hanging by his sickly flesh on a hook for quite some time. What will knowledge of anesthesiology do for you then, Doc? (Second time we've enjoyed a croaker as a landlord. Whatever alleged good they do is not made up for by the evil done as landlords. Doesn't their bullshit oath apply to anything beyond safeguarding their profits?)

WARNING: Thanks to Google, we know where you practice, rent-seeking parasite. And when one's kitchen floor is covered in shit-water, there really isn't much left to live for. Beside revenge, of course! (And justice. Can't forget that.)

Judeo-Christ Wants The Poor
To Get Off The Dole

We love it when they type a shorter for us. (Not so much when we're surprised by such a sentence & there are liquids near the devil-box. Is there insurance for that?) And it is cute when they pretend to be "mature." ("Grown-ups in charge again," & all that.)
Conservatism is a fully mature, broad-based set of principles and ideas that form a coherent whole.
It's mostly babble about splitters, independents, meat to the base, yada. As expected from a pharmaceutical chemist/freelance author going on about religion & politics, though we will begrudge Mr. Dunkin some credit for accuracy of perception here:
In short, the pool of independents who are generally sympathetic to fiscally conservative ideas, but who are concurrently unsympathetic to socially conservative ideas, is probably not anywhere near as large as it is claimed to be. This is a lot of the reason why the Libertarian Party doesn’t have much appeal.
That they aren't as big a group of assholes as they could be? Surprising, but true, at least in this context. But as one might expect, he doesn't know when to shut up.
This isn’t just my opinion, either. The Tea Parties are the exemplary expression of fiscal conservative activism. Yet these same Tea Parties have had no problem whatsoever in supporting candidates who are extremely socially conservative, such as Mike Lee, Christine O’Donnell, Joe Miller, Ken Buck, Carl Paladino, and Rand Paul, as some chagrined left-wingers have noticed. Why? Because the people driving this movement, and the resurgence of conservative activism in general, are across-the-board conservatives who, while understanding that fiscal issues are the order of the day, aren’t disturbed by the social side of conservatism, and it’s highly doubtful that they’d want to toss it into the garbage can. There seems to be little to no evidence that “independents” have been driven away by these socially conservative candidates.
Take just as long as you need to recover from the reference to NY's Repub. goober candidate Paladino as extremely socially conservative. One might imagine that Paladino should really be disturbing to social conservatives, but we suppose hypocrisy is one of the prices to be paid for mature coherent wholes.
Conservatism is a movement. We shouldn’t have fiscal conservatives splintering off and undermining social conservatives, just because they don’t like social conservative issues as much as social conservatives do, or vice versa. Both groups should accept the place of defense conservatives at the table as well, knowing that both fiscal and social issues might not be this group’s cup of tea.
Odd, innit, that conservative defense policy is liberal, drunken-sailor style spending on invasions & occupations? A mere sop to the neo-conservatives, but it's revealing of the cognitive dissonance required to keep the pole up under their big conserva-tent, where fiscal conservative means "No government assistance for people who need it; military spending, however, is questioned only by internal subversives & union members, so let's appropriate some more money for Homeland Security," which is quickly echoed by the social conservatives. After all, what good will the new sodomy laws do if there's no faith-based apparatus to enforce them?
Take the issues surrounding abortion, for instance: is ending taxpayer subsidies for abortion clinics a socially conservative move, or a fiscally conservative one? The either/or question doesn’t make much sense, because, as Chris Christie just demonstrated, it is in reality both. What about abortion in general? Social conservatives obviously have no problem recognizing the rightness of protecting the sanctity of innocent life. Why couldn’t fiscal conservatives observe that each aborted baby now means less potential entrepreneurship, economic growth, and job creation in the future, and be concerned about the long-term implications?
If not for abortions, then, there would be even more Americans out of work then are now; Americans having jobs, especially ones that pay adequately, does not increase the wealth of the deserving wealthy.
What about welfare? Fiscal conservative arguments tell us that reducing the welfare rolls and getting people back to work, as the Republicans did in the 1990s, will lead to saving taxpayer monies, greater prosperity, and economic growth. Why can’t this argument fit hand-in-glove with the social conservative observation that much of what drives the demand for welfare in the first place are things like the breakdown of the nuclear family, the rise of single parenthood (especially female), the decline of Judeo-Christian moral standards, and the like? Addressing the social concerns essentially means you are addressing the fiscal as well. Two facets, same gem.
The coherent whole: The (Clinton? No?) economic boombubble of the 1990s? The result of Republicans (Clinton? Who?) cutting "welfare" & forcing the lazy bums back to work. Let us offer some of that vaunted common sense reactionaries claim for themselves: Pretty fucking hard to get off "welfare" & get a job when unemployment is around 10%, decline of Judeo-Christian moral standards & single women bearing children notwithstanding. (More babies: Good. More children of [FEMALE!] single parents: Bad. Coherent?)

We were also disappointed by lack of recognition of the moral hazards of Social Security & Medicare anywhere in the article. Could a pharmaceutical chemist (Tim Dunkin is a pharmaceutical chemist by day and a freelance author by night, writing about a wide range of topics on religion and politics at set aside some of his core small government principles & Judeo-Christian moral standards to profit from the misery of others?

And yet, the PJ People are shocked that the lamestream media doesn't jump all over their fantasies.

At one of many other venues, as well.

Shocking! Did You Know?
Unions = THUGS!!!

PJTV’s Front Page is looking into the nexus between the big labor unions, like SEIU, and material support for terrorism.  It’s shocking, and perhaps as shocking is the mainstream media’s total disinterest in the story.  With SEIU’s former head Andy Stern now under investigation for corruption, and Stern having been brought into the corridors of power in the Obama administration, this story should become one of the dominant issues between now and November. Click on the image to watch it exclusively on PJTV.
We can't wait for the PJTV video of James O'Keefe in terrorist drag "infiltrating" SEIU HQ. The mainstream media is totally disinterested in the story? Silly mainstream media, insisting on facts, or results, or information.

A link. Video can't be imbedded.

Beverly Hills Tea Party:
Fat Lady Sings; It's Over!

Is this guy running for Congress or the 4-H Club presidency?File under: No-Information Voters.

From Today's NYT:
Science Gone Too Far


"It’s ironic — no, it’s worse than that, it’s appalling — that, at the same time as the United States was prosecuting Nazi doctors for crimes against humanity, the U.S. government was supporting research that placed human subjects at enormous risk."
DR. MARK SIEGLER, of the Maclean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, on a program in the late 1940’s to deliberately infect Guatemalans with venereal diseases, in a test of penicillin.

You Can Just Stop Looking For Work
Until 2015

Assuming you're still alive, & there's anywhere to look.
Torres said there were two main reasons for the bleaker outlook facing many countries: "The first is that fiscal stimulus measures that were critical in averting a deeper crisis and helped jump-start the economy are now being withdrawn in countries where recovery, if any, is still too weak," he said. "The second, and more fundamental factor is that the root causes of the crisis have not been properly tackled."

The ILO said the global economy had started growing again, with encouraging signs of employment recovery, especially in some emerging economies in Asia and Latin America. But it added: "Despite these significant gains ... new clouds have emerged on the employment horizon and the prospects have worsened significantly in many countries."

Since the crisis started in 2007, some 30-35 million jobs have been lost worldwide. The ILO forecasts that global unemployment will hit 213 million this year, a rate of 6.5%. For the United States, the number of jobs still needed to regain pre-crisis levels is 6.9 million.
You know what happens to surplus populations once their utility & wealth have been drained from them? Well, you'll know soon enough, civil unrest or not.

Friday, October 1, 2010

More Or Less Saturday Morning Blues

Probably ABBA

This crap is never as fun as the lyrics or the cover art, but we have to admire a Swedish band who made a move like hiring Richard Cabeza, Spain's greatest surgery-metal vocalist.This is all a continuation of our recent "1990" theme.

"Dick" Sanchez Canned By CNN

Couldn't have happened to a nicer, more deserving anti-semitic Catholic whose parents left Cuba because they were afraid their privilege would be taken away by the righteous revolutionary Cuban gov't.

Good luck getting another national gig, loudmouthed fool.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

'Niners In!

San Francisco, Buffalo lead this week's NFL Bottom 10

The winless 49ers and Bills seem to have no defense as they have given up the most points in the league this season — 87 in three games.

Stale Comedy Gold Rush

They just keep digging their own holes deeper, & then they give us all the precious minerals & shit they find. Peak wing-nut? Not as long as there's an Interfestation, it seems.

Investigatory tip: When excavating a new dig, always try to find the "humor" (Or "Humour".) zone. Provides the quickest insight into the culture.
"See, what's wrong w/ Mallard Fillmore is, no one 'gets' mallards. Geese, they get. Look!"

Not enough for Mr. Jarlsberg (Not his real name?) to draw, he goes for text. We advise you to click, lest the RIGHTNETWORK become discouraged. Do not let a source like this dry up from inattention. Plenty of room for comments. And if you were looking for P.J. O'Rourke, he's there. (If you weren't, good for you. We're just mentioning it.)

Offered As A Public Disservice

The desciption would have us believe the players are ... get this, "relevant"(?) ... oh, read it yourself.

Politics & Poker: Episode 1

Get inside the minds of some of today's most relevant actors, comedians, politicians, and pundits as each week we invite guests to play cards and talk shop. The poker winnings may go to charity, but the banter is a battle for the hearts and minds of America.
We haven't dared watch it. We do not judge, only compare. From the RIGHTNETWORK. Does this look in any way inviting or interesting?
Beyond the fun to be had knocking the yob's rug off his head w/ the fish.

College Bottom 10

Warm from the presses.
Others receiving votes (in alphabetical order): Wyoming (1-3).
Rout of the weak: Nevada (4-0) at Nevada Las Vegas (1-3).
Crummy game of the week: Brigham Young (1-3) at Utah State (1-3).
Note to USC fans: No. 10 Minnesota's Golden Garden Pests held the Trojans to fewer points (32) than they gave up to South Dakota (41) and Northern Illinois (34).

Recommended Items

22 items earlier:
Where the first link leads:

Can You Believe We Lived Like This?

It was 20+ yrs. ago today, that English (R.I.P.) Frank, Tequila Mockingbird & Eddie Flowers taught the band how not to. Yes, that's a confused-looking Johnny Angel in the intro.Another who rests in peace: Maria.

Continental Edge

Biggest news in town today is sunsets. Should've left the bunker.
Not merely the mainstream outlets, either:
The Militant Angeleno lucked out by being right there when this happened:

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Faithful Dog No Lassie

Sad news, but from the "Doesn't bother us because we're still alive, & it could have been us" file.
Director Quentin Tarantino's longtime film editor, who went hiking with her dog amid the extreme heat Monday, was discovered dead early Tuesday morning by searchers in Bronson Canyon, according to law-enforcement sources.

Award-winning film editor Sally Menke, 56, worked on such movies as "Pulp Fiction," "Kill Bill" and "Jackie Brown."


Menke's body was found just after 2 a.m. at the bottom of a ravine near the 5600 block of Green Oak Drive in Bronson Canyon.

Her dog was sitting next to her body, which was about a football field's length from nearby homes.
Also about a football field or two's length from the Bronson caves, where we hike when we get off our lard-filled ass. Glad we had no desire to do fuck-all yesterday or today.

Bitter Narcissistic Clingers
Attacked Again

Live In Silver Lake 1990

Shot by Action Don, February 1990. WARNING: Loud music after you've turned up the volume to hear the cute part in the beginning.Pay close attention to the rejects in the back & fore grounds.

A Flapping Of Gums

Total Buffoonery

No one ever learns, do they? Neither Frank "'I don't hold myself out as an expert on Sharia Law," he said. "But I have talked a lot about that as a threat.'" Gaffney, nor the press/media/blather complex, who are continually drawing our attention to these bizarre & baseless feats of the reactionary imagination. How many times, indeed, must Mr. Gaffney & his ilk expose themselves as the sad fear-mongers they are before we are safe again from their faces, voices & theories in our homes?

As to the CNN portion of the blather-plex, just who & where are the far left-equivalent loons to reactionaries like Erik Erikson & Mr. Gaffney on CNN? Paul Begala?

Here Are The Facts

What's described isn't colonialism? And we should be for it? What are these two loons trying to say?

David Horowitz

Breitbart StalkingSighting;
Socialism In Action;
Guess The Body Count

And a couple three guys talking over it. We'd guess this segment started around 1315; none of the big acts had been on yet. Except Star Jones. 400? You make the call!

Robots At Work

No idea if anyone goes there. We were looking for Star Jones at the Tea Party but couldn't find her. And once we'd spotted ourself, well ...

1969 OK

Stalking Burt Prelutsky: The Sequel

Which is creepier, B.P., or us "shooting" him?
Pay close attention to the avant-garde camerawork.
David Horowitz next. Maybe.

DJ Vickie J. or, Watching Paint Dry

Oh, holy shitHokey Smokes, we think YouTube is actually processing this! Any damn minute now.

Nope. Bald-faced lie. One more shot.

Now it may be working. Except we'll have to trim the fat again.

Live coverage of the upload: At 2348PDT, 20% uploaded, about 86 min. remaining; 19% processed, about 87 min. remaining. And it does give the appearance of success: Thumbnails of images from the recording pass before our eyes.

0008, the next day: 40% uploaded, about 66 min. remaining; 38% processed, about 68 mins. remaining.

0110: About 5 - 10 mins. remaning.

0146: Now waiting for trimmed version to process. (Will this take the 100-odd mins. the original processing did?)

LOOK. LOOK! LOOK:If this works, we should have Burt Prelutsky doing his stand-up. Eventually.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Absolutely The Best Possible Bus Ride EVER!

No sooner had we gotten this shot of these poor socialist bastards doing something for the common good in the hot sun & secured the camera
than a limited bus appeared, starting its run in the middle of the route. We got on, first & only passenger; no discharges, no pick-ups. Straight to our stop, stopping only at red lights. Will never happen again.
People will do anything.
Should have used the freaking digital camera for the Tea Party.

Tedious Banality Round-Up

Hot, & not un-humid. Light becomes creepy & off-setting when the sun gets behind a cloud.
Irony: Formerly Daniel Murphy (Catholic) High School, sold to The Hebrews by the Archdiocese to pay settlements in priestly sexual abuse cases.
Moving banality to come.

Like To Died

The devil-box, & us. As it turned out, the stupid box was trying to boot from the DVD (that won't encode usably) that we'd left in the drive.

Note to self: Get portable self-defibrillator.

Paranoid, Stupid & Ignorant:
Not A Good Combo*

She's running for the hard-working Xians in her district, who of course have every reason to be scared of a non-mosque in a former discount outlet several blocks from the site of the World Trade Center, & mere hundreds of miles from those hard-working clichés.

LATER (1410PDT): The advert.

*Unless you're a Tea Party nitwit in a stupid district.

Good One On What Pieces Of Crap The Constitution & Courts Really Are

Read it & realize it!

These are accomplishments of which we can be justifiably be proud as a nation. Many of these things would not be possible in much of the world today. 

I just don’t think these things have very much to do with the constitution.

I have four points I want to make today against constitutional idolatry, which is my label for our misguided tendency to blindly worship the Constitution, giving it credit for all the things we love and honor about our country.

(1) The Framers’ constitution, to a large degree, represented values we should abhor or at least reject today.

(2) There are parts of the Constitution with which we are still stuck today even though we would never freely choose them and they are impossible to defend based on contemporary values.

(3) For the most part, the Constitution is irrelevant to the current political design of our nation.

(4) The rights protections we do enjoy today, the importance of which I do not minimize, are mostly a function of political and social mores, which have dramatically evolved over time and owe relatively little to courts using the Constitution to protect them. 

More From The List:
White Trash Family Values Nation

Monday, September 27, 2010

The Never-Ending List:
Why We Hate This Fucking Country
& Those Who Inhabit It

A new survey of Americans' knowledge of religion found that atheists, agnostics, Jews and Mormons outperformed Protestants and Roman Catholics in answering questions about major religions, while many respondents could not correctly give the most basic tenets of their own faiths.

Forty-five per cent of Roman Catholics who participated in the study didn't know that, according to church teaching, the bread and wine used in Holy Communion is not just a symbol, but becomes the body and blood of Christ.
Yet these shitheels (Not singling out the Holy Roman Empire of Perversion here, they're all despicable.) want to shove their unexamined, uncomprehended values down our throats.
More than half of Protestants could not identify Martin Luther as the person who inspired the Protestant Reformation. And about four in 10 Jews did not know that Maimonides, one of the greatest rabbis and intellectuals in history, was Jewish.

The survey released Tuesday by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life aimed to test a broad range of religious knowledge, including understanding of the Bible, core teachings of different faiths and major figures in religious history. The U.S. is one of the most religious countries in the developed world, especially compared to largely secular Western Europe, but faith leaders and educators have long lamented that Americans still know relatively little about religion.
What do Americans know about? There's a survey we'd like to see. You can see it too, we just made it:
As filled in by an average American.
You stupid fucking sheep. We hate each of you w/ the standard burning white heat of a large number of stars. More proof there is neither a gawd nor intelligent life in this nation of sheep.

File under: You suck, we hate you, please die.

The Destroyer

Dennis Green  has been educating the masses (unwashed droolers that they are) at Balloon Juice as to the similarities between the current forces of reaction in This Great Nation of Ours® (We kid, because we hate this scab of a nation!) & the late & somewhat unlamented Confederate States of America.

All good, and this excerpt from today is clarifying:
In another lecture Blight discussed the very different ways that the Confederates and Unionists viewed the US Constitution:
Now, another argument here, and again Phil Paludan has made this better than anyone I think, is he’s argued that southerners and northerners have sort of come to view the U.S. Constitution, this document we live under, in different ways; that northerners had come to see the Constitution as a kind of protector, much violated now by Kansas-Nebraska Act, Dred Scott decision, et cetera, whereas southerners had come to see that constitution more as a destroyer, as something to fear, that might, if the wrong people get hold of it, begin to attack or erode their society…
Like democracy, the Constitution is a good thing, as long as the plebes & proles don't get a hold of it & pervert it into a suicide pact for businessmen.


And we quote:
TheBoogaloozoo | September 26, 2010
The Beverly Hills Tea Party was held. About 1200 people which is a shock considering the location. Celebrity speakers and some wonderful people. Blacks, Mexican, Caucasians, Indians, Iranians, German, Italians and Israeli's. All were protesting peacefully. But many Liberals that drove by weren't so peaceful. So it appears the haters are really Liberals.
We were there from just past 1500 until the bitter end, & there was little change in crowd size. Those extra 1,000 or so patriots could have come & gone between 1400 & 1500. Sure.

By the way, if these two little victims of exploitation have the right to stand on the sidewalk looking like ninnies (Or, this being a fascist society, they don't have the right to self-determination, & were forced, possibly by threat of starvation, to perform like a pair of organ-grinder's monkeys.) don't people who drive by them have the very same right to express their views?

"Liberals" that drove by weren't "peaceful?" How? Rocks hurled? Punches thrown? We think not.

Marty Peretz' Party

Peretz, one of America's leading hate-mongers, quite possibly on the way to burn a cross on someone's lawn, or break a few windows at a mosque, is confronted by brain-washed libs who don't have jobs or zillionaire wives.Worth pausing to read the signs w/ Peretz quotes. Marty's not too hot on non-White Yanks, either.

Melt-Down Up-Date

It's 87℉ inside the bunker here at the moment. We've been sporting underwear (only) since getting up; now we see why.
Windows Sidebar claim.
Perhaps closer to current reality.
OK, this explains it.

Hollywood Insider

The Hollywood Reporter takes a slightly different view of things. They quote from yesterday's Bagging event.
"Their business model is going to crap not because they can't figure out CGI or 3D," Breitbart said, "it's because they have a contempt for their audience."
Right again, Andrew. Certainly someone who likes to screech about the left's "plausible-deniability McCarthyism" & "Alinsky tactics" while equating social justice w/ communism has the greatest respect for his audience.


A. Bastard reminded us there's more to Philly than Gamble & Huff, & indeed there is. The True Sound of Philadelphia:Sounds a little like that Fresh Prince feller. Whatever became of him?

The Coast Is The Most

Don Surber-style scorecard:

Saturday: Decent Human Beings, 60,000+

Spoiled whiny honkies: Police Est.: 400

That Big A Deal?

Nats 3B Zimmerman expected to miss rest of season

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman probably will miss the rest of the season because of an injured rib muscle on his right side that’s sidelined him since last week.


After Monday, the last-place Nationals will have five games remaining.

Read more.

Waiting ("ETA"1h 36m 44s)

As we cool our heels w/ fingers crossed ...Better shots from elitist camera platform. Can anyone figure what the hell he's talking about, besides his inability to get real work in Hollywood?We do find out why he was so angry about (ALLEGED) SEIU members (ALLEGEDLY) using  "anti-gay slurs." They suggested he might be gay. Huh.

Neither policy nor content, of course, it's just about insulting "The Left" for their imaginary transgressions against America, Freedom & Liberty.

Shit, we needn't be arsed w/ our lame stuff, plenty of footage has been shot.

Another Vain Attempt

Encoding "ETA" 2h 15m 42s (Or so.)

Beverly Hillbillies Tea Party Test

Ha ha, nagonna happen. Need real editing software. Or time to whatever tomorrow. Patience is a virtue. What the hell, another still or two.
Religious boiler plate: "no shame in black community, yada." News Flash: Jesse Jackson sucks. So dull & pointless we bagged the camcorder & shot stills.
Merch table.
Other side of merch. Water: $1.00/small bottle.
Breitbart greets a fan.