Tuesday, January 4, 2011

O.K., Cut It Out (You Guys Are Scaring People)

Since New Years, we were personally asked what to do about two separate guys, one black and one white, who have gone out and bought 90 guns - and 50 gallons of soy sauce - "just in case the shit goes down." Yea, they came to us, and not one of the Big Brains out there in Bloggerland.

Unfortunately, at this point, this all seems like perfectly normal behavior to us for educated people in America. Or Haiti.

It's hilarious - all the newspapers want to make sure we know what the psychics and astrologers say the coming year will bring. Why? If they know there are no psychics, and astrology isn't real - and they have to know it - then why the columns devoted to them? Is this the role of a newspaper? And what interest do they have in indulging Americans in nonsense?

Here's a great quote from Britain:
With Britain shivering through a third winter in a row, shouldn’t the weather forecasters have warned us well in advance? Why didn’t the Met Office tell us?

‘The truth is it did suspect we were in for an exceptionally cold early winter, and told the Cabinet Office so in October.

‘But we weren’t let in on the secret because the Met Office no longer publishes its seasonal forecasts due to the ridicule it suffered for predicting a barbecue summer in 2009.
We are blessed, Ladies and Gentlemen, to live in a age of such brilliance and courage.



"David Wants To Fly" is finally coming to America, people. Go, see how much fraudulent bullshit Western society has indulged since The Beatles:



Why don't Newagers just admit they've got problems ("you're stressed, confused") so, maybe, they can get some real help? Oh yea, the arrogance (they all claim to have gotten rid of) along with their egos.

We forgot.

Here's a question that's been bothering us lately;

Why do we still speak of Bush having a "Katrina Moment" (AKA "Heck of a job, Brownie") when it's now known that Louisiana's Governor, Kathleen Blanco, was the one who "froze"?

Hey - in the "My Gawd, These People Are Dumb" category, the Vodkapundit has an idea:
Maybe having stormed the walls of Washington, it’s time for the Tea Party to make a determined assault on our institutional media.
That's smart. Because, as we all know, the Left came to power by attacking Rush Limbaugh and Co., right? No - they can't touch Rush, or Mark Levin, etc.. They came to power by taking out The Religious Right. By ridiculing and neutralizing the Jerry Falwell's, the Pat Robertson's, and (what they imagined were) George Bush's beliefs.



So go on, y'all, take on the media (as the Right has been doing, for decades, to no effect) but continue to allow the Oprah Winfrey's, Marianne Williamson's, and Deepak Chopra's to "spiritually" indoctrinate the public in opposing you:



Go on - do it - and watch:

The Left will rise again.