Archive for December 7th, 2007

Art at Last

Friday, 7 December 2007

Tremendous find at the indoor flea market. It was too important not to buy.

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Look at the exquisite craftsmanship. The interplay of neck and red, the subtly erotic way the area beneath the crossed Stars and Bars “unintentionally” creates a nipple on the end of the plump teat.

Something else you may not have noticed. Observe this pose of the regular “Haulin'” mudflap girl, sitting on her lazy ass all day as if expecting bon-bons!

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Again, the Southern Belle:

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Note her obedient position, four-on-the-floor, ass presenting, READY FOR ACTION.

YEE-HAW! doesn’t quite cover it.

Alas, there’s one terrible flaw in this otherwise pristine collectable any Dollar Store shopper would be proud to own:

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Reminds me of when the South fought under General Robert E. Chang.

I wait with bated breath for hate crimes charges to be filed

Friday, 7 December 2007

If I actually did I’d pass out. Click links below.

Thugs Bash Boy Scouts With Shotgun to Steal Christmas Tree Money...

Woman viciously attacked by 9 students on Baltimore bus...

Boston Firefighter Stabbed: 'Don't want any gringo here'...

One good thing comes out of these stories, it keeps the multicultural-diversity liberal liars awake at night when they’re forced to tell the truth about which races are behind these violent attacks. Yes, White people have their share of fuckups (witness the recent loser shooting people at the mall) but those Crazy Whitey stories, horrifying as they are, standout because they’re rare. Attacks by racist thugs are as common as rain in Seattle.

Good Black people and good (legal) Mexican people should be as furious at these scumbag thugs as the rest of us (most Black crime is Black-on-Black) but they’re not. They’re more scared of being called sell-outs and Uncle Toms by the very people who pretend to speak for them.

It pains me to have to point out things like this, but there’s no other way to wake people up unless they get their asses beat themselves.

Click here to check out a book of facts on racial crimes.

“Everyone has a right to their own opinion but nobody has a right to their own facts.”

The late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (last of the good Democrats)

Empire (2006 novel)

Friday, 7 December 2007

Orson Scott Card’s Empire starts out promising and ends up…a video game. It’s supposed to be part of an upcoming video game franchise, so that might explain it.

Click here to read the reviews.

I’m surprised how many readers didn’t like it at all, especially compared to this nerd author’s other stuff. I’m not too mad or disappointed because it was only 5 bucks at Wal-Mart.

Though Card avoids mentioning Bush by name, you assume that’s whom he’s talking about as Prez. Hell, I’m surprised he mentions Democrats and Republicans and red and blue states (guess he’d have to in order to make it realistic). Card throws some implausible sci-fi in the mix (that’s his genre) which helps his story but robs the story that should’ve been written.

An Afterword where Card sermonizes about how polarized the country is does nothing but irritate, especially since he casts himself as a moderate.

I dislike the terms “moderate” and “extremist” because neither term has been defined well.

In most of America in the 1960s, it was natural and normal to be able to buy firearms through the mail, and nobody would blink twice at the sight of a youngster walking down the road with a hunting rifle. Now, anyone who favors just owning a gun can be accused of being an “extremist”. It’s a term as vague and open-ended as “hate crime” laws.

People who call themselves moderates are worse, they’re frauds (“frauderates”) standing on the sidelines of a game they’ve never bothered to play. You mean you’ve never in your life thought about whether abortion is murder or not? Or how much taxation is too much? (There’s always going to be that 3rd of the population who don’t give a damn either way. Let’s hope they die quickly if they choose the wrong side).
Empire features an Afterword where OSC complains that when political sides are chosen in a civil war, all of the other side is your enemy whether or not they were before. Well, duh. Wasn’t the first Civil War brother against brother, father against son?

A proper book still needs to be written about a Second American Civil War, one from the perspective of Joe and Jane Sixpack, for they, not armies or the media or the feds, will be the final “Deciders” of whether liberty stays or goes.