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Thursday, January 04, 2007

No, Sir, you are wrong.

This individual over at the Netscape blog actually believes that it is Nancy Pelosi's constitutional responsibility to impeach President Bush. Interesting comment. First and foremost, I thought it was bipartisanship, but hey, that's me. Back to his "belief"...unless what he did was in a legal proceeding, nothing is impeachable, dummy. I do not recall President Bush in court saying that there were weapons of mass destruction (and yes, even I admit that was bogus). Why was *ahem* Clinton impeached? Oh, that's right, because HE LIED IN A SWORN DEPOSITION.

Read more!

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Sheehan and her Sheehanigans ahead of schedule...

Yep, she's at it again.

"We didn't put you in power to work with the people that have been murdering hundreds of thousands of people since they have been in power," Sheehan said. "We put you in power to be opposition to them finally and we're the ones who put them in power."

Look, Dummy. Yes, Democrats have "power" in the House and Senate. However, there is someone called the President of the United States, who, the last time I checked, was still Republican. If you think you will get anything accomplished without him, you're [still] nuts.
Now that the Dems are in power and realize that we cannot just up and leave this war like their Fall campaign speeches indicated they would, I wonder who Cindy will stand behind? Joe Lieberman? Good luck with that one.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Crack is Whack

Want a good laugh? Watch here how a woman complained to a police officer about some bad crack she had just purchased. She was subsequently arrested.


Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Stubu Ink

Just giving a shout-out to my cousin's band, Stuben Hockers. Minus - your opportunity to keep your German intact.

Anyway, just a bunch of guys from Berlin and Wurzburg, Germany. There are more music and video downloads from their website.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Like it or not...

Props to the Dutch!
The Dutch are proposing a ban to clothing that covers the face (in public and semi-public places). The Dutch Muslims claim it infringes on religious rights. I'm sorry, but this side of the world isn't governed by the Taliban. If you don't like it, move back to where it is acceptable (so Afghanistan).

Imagine being the police officer approaching this...

Friday, August 11, 2006

50 Pence...In da pub.

This is some funny shi'ite!

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Saddam = Retard.

Good luck with that one.
President Bush will use the court's sentence as leverage to try to persuade Saddam to tamp down the insurgency, [Saddam's attorney] said, so desperate are the Americans to stanch their losses.

I'm sorry, I wasn't paying attention, what did he say?

Friday, June 23, 2006

A whole meal...


After one of his defense lawyers was recently killed, Saddam decided to go on yet another hunger strike.

He skipped lunch.

I don't think that it was so much a hungry strike as it was that he had a large breakfast.

You know, at this rate, with all of his lawyers dying off, he may REQUEST his trial be moved to the Texas.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Budweiser Hotseat.

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is our pleasure to announce the return of Zinga. He has been out of sight and mind for the past few months, but that has now come to an end. Zinga is on the Budweiser Hotseat: So, it's been a few months, where have you been hiding?

Zinga: First off, it's good to be back. Thank you for having me. As for the absence, "school and work" is the simple answer. I switched jobs at the beginning of May, and now commute two hours a day. Not to mention, I'm still attending the University of Maryland full time. I only have one more semester to go, though. Do you plan to leave your fans hanging again or was that an isolated incident?

Zinga: Well, I didn't plan on taking a three-month hiatus...just sorta happened. But no, I don't "plan" on doing it again, as you say. Anything new in your life you'd like to share?

Zinga: New? Hmm. Well, we are moving a week from today. Where to?

Zinga: Crofton, Maryland. Crofton? What possessed you?

Zinga: Price. That usually does it. Any parting words?

Zinga: Yes. The Dallas Mavericks will be back next season, guaranteed. The Miami Heat got lucky. Thank you.

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Wrong said Fred

For anyone who is even vaguely familiar with Fred Phelps you are with me when I say that, "he makes my blood boil."

Fred (aka Satan) is a pastor at the Westboro Baptist Church (a cult if you ask me) in Topeka, Kansas and very anti-homosexual. He believes that homosexuals (or "fags" as he uses on his website will burn in hell, as will all of those who enable them. His church defines "fag-enablers" as anyone whom they find to be insufficiently anti-gay. If you tolerate, you will burn. And accorindg to Fred, Katrina and 9/11 occurred because of God's hatred for "fags".

Fred frequently interrupts military funerals, burying our war-dead. Rudely at that. Mothers and fathers saying, "goodbye" for the last time to their daughters and sons. Children parting ways with their parents. And there in the background is Fred and his crew blaring anti-homosexual remarks at them with a bullhorn. Real nice, Fred. Good job.

Friday, February 24, 2006

AFF Happy Hour

NK, D.W. Eifert and myself attended an AFF Happy Hour last night here in DC above the Pour House. It was a great time and we met a ton of very interesting like-minded individuals.

Definitely looking forward to the next one...

Jailed for insult.

A 61 year-old German man in Duesseldorf, Germany, was convicted for insulting Islam. He printed the word "Koran" on toilet paper and offered it to mosques, claiming the Koran is a 'cookbook for terrorists'. He was sentenced to a year in prison. The maximum sentence in Germany for insulting religious beliefs under the German penalty code is three years.

Germany doesn't joke around with this sort of stuff. It's actually illegal to own a copy of Hitler's famed, "Mein Kampf", as a resident, which should make D.W. Eifert a happy man.

Mazeltoff, D.W.

Monday, February 20, 2006

No sense.

Someone please explain this to me.

How can we federalize airport security, yet privatize port security? Not making any sense. I watched this congressman (cannot remember his name) make a great point. He questioned if President Bush would privatize his Secret Service detail. Answer: probably not. So why put the rest of America at risk by giving the contract to a country that had proven links to 9/11 terrorists. You know, it's one thing to privatize security. It's another to privatize it to a country such as the UAE. I just don't understand.

At it again.

According to Kanye Spike Lee, Hollywood executives are the only ones making money off of African-American actors, such as Denzel Washington.
"They'll make a movie with Denzel [Washington], Jamie [Foxx] and Eddie [Murphy], but only because they can make money off them.

I don't know, according to Forbes' Top 100 Celebrities, he is ranked #31 in terms of cash earned. Denzel is probably worth more than most 'executives' in Hollywood. I know that Oprah sure is, ranked #2 behind George Lucas. Not too shabby, if you ask me.

Polly Delaney over at the Hollywood Reporter points out something interesting.
"I don't think African-Americans wield nearly as much clout in Hollywood as they wield in other disciplines," says public radio and talk show host Tavis Smiley, citing Merrill Lynch chairman and CEO Stan O'Neal, American Express chairman and CEO Ken Chenault, Time Warner chairman and CEO Richard Parsons, the members of the Congressional Black Caucus and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as examples.

African Americans may not be in control of Hollywood, but they sure 'wield' some power in other arenas.

Friday, February 10, 2006

The white Eminem.

Kanye is at it again. Now he thinks that he should be a "character" in the bible.
"I changed the sound of music more than one time... For all those reasons, I'd be a part of the Bible. I'm definitely in the history books already. - Kanye West"

Good job, Kanye, good job.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Sheehan vs. Feinstein?

The San Francisco Chronicle makes mention of Cindy possibly running against Diane Feinstein in the June Democratic Primary. Ought to be a interesting, to say the least.


Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Nothing against Islam, but...

Blame who?


Over at The Drudge Report, an article states that experts believe that the television show CSI is to blame for 'smarter' murderers (oxymoron anyone?) I personally do not agree, but let me play devil's advocate for a second (debate mode). If you are going the length to blame CSI, you need to blame the A&E shows like Cold Case Files and The First 48. Those shows are worse than CSI, for they are, what we like to call, real. This argument would provide more cannon fodder than the CSI one.

On the flip side...
"People are getting more sophisticated with making sure they're not leaving trace evidence at crime scenes," - Chuck Morrow, chief of the criminal division in the Trumbull County Prosecutor's office.

This has little do to with watching CSI (which I personally do not). It's a form of evolution. If you happen to notice that more and more idiots are getting caught in their murders, then obviously changes need to be made...and they are. Simple internet searches nowadays reveal anything; you do not have to watch CSI to find out that bleach destroys DNA.

"Most people who commit crimes are not very bright and don't take many precautions," Pozner said. "CSI and all the other crime shows will make no difference." - Larry Pozner, former president of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.


PS - I blame Leftside.

Thursday, January 26, 2006

It's official.

Hamas has called for the destruction of Israel. Now they are in power.

"We view Hamas as a terrorist organization. We don't deal with Hamas. And under the current circumstances, I don't see that changing." - State Department spokesman Sean McCormack

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

"So that's why they call it a CrackBerry."

A list of the 101 Dumbest Moments in Business is posted over at

My personal favorite:
"an average worker's functioning IQ falls 10 points when distracted by ringing telephones and incoming e-mails ... more than double the four-point drop seen following studies on the impact of smoking marijuana." - No. 5 on the list of 101 Dumbest Business Moments, SmartList Staff.

Some of these are quite interesting, funny, stupid (which translates to funny), etc. Check them out for a laugh.

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