Monday, November 27, 2006

Friday Fiver Super Catchup Edition!!!

Egads!!! I certainly have been neglecting these along with everything else. Let's run 'em down!!!

1. What is your nearest lake or river?

The Detroit River

2. Do you believe in heaven?


3. What's your lucky number?


4. Ever know anyone who appeared on a game show?

Game, no; talk, yes.

5. Charades: good times or lame?

Depends of the group.


Tell us your favorite songs / types of music for...

1. Getting in the mood to party:

Battle Hymn of the Republic

2. When you're depressed:

Old Cure music (really pile it on)

3. When you're in lust:

Battle Hymn of the Republic

4. Exercising:

If I exercised? Hmmm....

5. Driving / riding in the car:

Andrew W.K.


1) Tell us about where you live:


2) If you could change one thing about your home, what would it be?

More hot Asian girls in Catholic schoolgirl outfits

3) Do you do laundry on a regular schedule?


4) Describe the place that you sleep:

Too-small bed

5) This morning: was it easy or difficult to start the day?

As usual, difficult


1. What's your favorite candy:


2. What's the best scary movie?

Can't think of one offhand

3. Do you like to be alone at home?


4. Pumpkin pie: eat it or throw it?

Eat it

5. The most distasteful Halloween costume you can think of:

A Democrat


1. Have problems sleeping?

Sleeping, no; waking up, hell yeah

2. Last dare accepted?

Never get dared

3. Last dare given?

I don't dare people

4. Are you free with your feelings?


5. Tell us a lie:

I'm a Democrat and want to exterminate all Christians and conservatives


1. The time:

It's time to get ill!!!

2. The weather:

Sunny and unseasonably warm

3. The big news story:

Haven't seen the paper yet.

4. Your favorite hangout:


5. The must-have accessory:

A gun. A really big gun. And lots of bullets.


1) Name one of your bad habits:

Procrastination. (The fact I'm doing a dozen of these at once is a good example.)

2) What do you expect from friends?


3) What is the last thing you wrote down?

An address or robbery note.

4) What is the last favor you did for someone else?

Helped vacuum my mom's car

5) What is your favorite TV show?



1. What's the last thing you broke?

A young girl's heart

2. What's the most expensive thing you've broken?

A young girl's heart

3. Do you consider yourself clumsy or graceful?


4. How much money do you have in your wallet right now?

What? And get mugged as a result?

5. Someone asks for change while you're walking down the street -- what do you do?

If she's hot, help her; otherwise, beg off


1. Where were you last night?

Girlfriend's place

2. Did you speak with anyone?


3. What were you wearing?

The usual: Viking helmet, grass skirt and swim fins

4. What did you eat or drink?

Food and beverages. Duh.

5. Can anyone verify your whereabouts from midnight to 5am?



1. How much TV do you watch?

More than I really have time for. Currently about 4-5 hours per week.

2. What type of show is your favorite?

Well-written ones.

3. Which talk show host do you hate?

All of them, except Ellen DeGeneres - she's nice.

4. Are you looking forward to any new season premieres?

24, baybeeeeeee!!!

5. Which show is your guilty pleasure?

I have no guilt.


1. When is the last time you dressed inappropriately for a situation?

Can't recall

2. How many friends do you have?

Not as many as I deserve

3. Are you running on time today?

Heck, no! (It's a normal day.)

4. Do you use bleach on your laundry?


5. What are your thoughts on guns?

They're made scapegoats for the failures of liberal immorality.


1. When I'm angry, I ____

Plot the destruction of my foes.

2. The first time I ____ I also ____

played with my band; made out with a cute girl

3. I was born in ____

New York City

4. My favorite ____ is ____

sex symbol; Angelina Jolie

5 I laughed so hard when ____

Sean Connery asked for the "Anal Bum Cover" category on a SNL "Jeopardy" sketch.F

Four Jills In A Jeep

What do a 64-year-old suicide bomber, and Episcopalian Bishop, Scarlett Johansson and Condoleeza Rice have in common? The brilliant Mark Steyn explains and it's pretty depressing stuff. The punchline:

So many of our present woes are due to thinking we know things. To our four Jills in the jeep, let's add one Jim, apparently back at the steering wheel in the current war: James Baker, renowned foreign policy "realist" and the man Beltway wags are currently referring to as "the acting secretary of state." The "realists" think that "containment" and "stability" are wise strategies. In fact, they're the absence of strategy. The fertility rate in the Gaza Strip is one of the highest on earth. If you measure the births of the Muslim world against the dearth of Bishop Kate's Episcopalians, you have the perfect snapshot of why there is no "stability": With every passing month, there are more Muslims and fewer Episcopalians, and the Muslims export their manpower to Europe and other depopulating outposts of the West. It's the intersection of demography and Islamism that makes time a luxury we can't afford.

We can argue about exactly what this trend means, but not that it means nothing. At the very minimum, I'd suggest, it means the Episcopal Church is irrelevant to "the stewardship of the earth" and that Scarlett Johansson will end her days on an earth whose stewards regard being tested for HIV twice as a sign of many things, but not, on the whole, "social awareness."
Definitely read it all and see how Western society is slowly commiting suicide due to its collective unwillingness to see the threat it faces. That Scarlett is a beautiful idiot is no surprise - not many conservatives are allowed to have careers in entertainment - but the idiocy of Condi is chilling. The fact that she was touted as a possible Presidential contender should make Americans wonder how in a land of 300 million people, we are force to choose from such meager politicians.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Iggy Pop's Lust For Laughs

Yeah, the Stupid Party got their punk bitch asses handed to them, but they pretty much had it coming. Perhaps I'll scrape up some time to chin-stroke about it, but really all I've got to say at the moment is:

1. So, the voting machines weren't rigged after all. Duh. (Memo to RFK, Jr.: Go intercourse yourself with a metal slat. You're welcome.)

B. After the 2004 Election, the big babies of the Left cried, called everyone who voted for Dubya stupid, threatened to leave the country(but didn't - poseurs), asked if Cali and NYC could secede to Canada, needed therapy, etc. They were basket cases.

After this year's letdown, conservatives promptly blamed the proper party: The Stupid Party. From the hubris-encrusted leadership, the Party's total failure to be anything but wasteful sloths to Dubya's inarticulate and ill-timed behavior - yeah, sack Rummy after he's cost you everything - you didn't hear a lot of blaming the voters as much as yelling at the pols themselves.

Shows you who the adults were, no?

Anyhoo, even if your the most depressed Republican, here's something that should crack you up, courtesy of The Smoking Gun: Iggy and the Stooges concert rider. If you've always wondered what could top Van Halen's "no brown M&Ms" edict, here's a contender. I've only read the first page, but I suspect the other 17 pages are a pip. Enjoy!!