Though I saw it all around
Never thought I could be affected
Thought that we'd be the last to go
It is so strange the way things turn

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Linkee-poo strips his sleeves and show his scars

Giant amoebas living on the bottom of the ocean! (Grokked from Jay Lake)

Halloween costumes of the past. My how the times have changed. I think I need to keep track of how many French/Upstairs Maids under 16 we have trick-or-treating this year. (Pointed to by Dan)

I bet all those OWS people who helped set up a sukkot observance in Zuccotti Park are just as shocked as you to find out OWS is just a front for the Muslim Brotherhood. What's next, conservatives? You can't trust the OWS because they smell funny?

Because NPR is such a hotbed of liberalism and conflicts of interest things like a major news personality would never step down if a spouse was involved in a campaign. Oh, wait. I keep forgetting. That would be conservatives who don't have a clue about recusals.

"You can complain about the 'War on (sectarian) Christmas' or you can complain about the evil influence of Halloween. But you can’t do both." The Slacktivist with a reality check post on the Halloween = Pagan (ZOMG!) meme. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

I'm so glad our immigration laws won't be used to intimidate people, or used as racist pretense. 'Cause that would be bad. I wonder where all the 2nd Amendment people would stand on this? Oh, and that reminds me I need to send in my membership dues to the ACLU, the one organization that actually is interested in protecting the Constitution.

Well slap my bottom with butter and call me "Biscuit", if we repeal Obamacare, would consign us to swift, ugly fiscal and health care crises? Shocked. Shocked I am…

Mitt Romney stopped by my home state. "I'm not terribly familiar with (Issue 2 and Issue 3), but I'm certainly supportive of the Republican party's efforts here…" In other words, he's glad conservatives will vote straight Republican ticket. Don't worry, Mitt. Not many people are familiar with Issue 2 (repeal of SB5, Ohio's union busting law) and Issue 3 (nominally "We ain't going to take your Obamacare", but it's actually a Sovereign Citizen amendment. You remember them. They kill cops and federal judges.) (Pointed to by Dan)

Bad hackers, bad hackers. Oh, wait, good hackers. Anonymous takes down a darknet (the use of auto-rerouting and secondary DNS services) child porn site. They also posted the membership list. Good hacker. Have a cookie. (Pointed to by John)

Someone throws a chemical bomb into Occupy Maine encampment. You probably didn't hear about this on your national news. Just imagine the response from the main stream media if this had happened to a Tea Party rally. Why, you'd still be hearing about it, even if it was 2 years ago. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

2 comments:

Dr. Phil (Physics) said...

Some conservative politicians don't need to ever recuse themselves -- since they've already made up their minds, there's nothing to influence.

Dr. Phil

Steve Buchheit said...

Dr Phil, I think that last quote by Judge Thomas should pretty much disqualify him. I believe that's the classic "litmus test" question, to which they all (should) reply, "I won't prejudge a case, but will wait to see the arguments." Not so much for Judge Thomas and Scalia.