Saturday, February 28, 2009

slumdog abuse

well, Danny Boy(le)! use that thing in your hand and whack the bastard.

who do they want? Heather Mills?

maybe they'd rather have her headless? scaring their children, my ass.

(actually, if you got Heather Mills, that's even scarier. think of all the children that skanky money-grubbing self-centered bitch could influence.)

hate is enough

pity this is a democracy. these people should really be taken out in the back and shot.

the Maine event

i know someone who'd be a regular here

Friday, February 27, 2009

Sunday, February 22, 2009

texting promotes literacy?

no, stupid. it only improves their cellphone typing skills. i think you're only rolling this out so you can protect your stupid kids who can't spell.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

holy piss! what will they think of next?

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

unggoy po, unggoy po

do we really need a 700-word article to know that wild animals are wild animals?
oh dear god, no.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Friday, February 13, 2009

wait till he brings the Claymore

so we know whom to deploy eh?

5 things you didn't know (or maybe you already do) about the biggest argument against capitalism.

look at point number 4:

4- Only one organization in the world employs more people than Wal-Mart

... However, they’ll need to go on a highly unlikely hiring spree in order to reach this list’s No. 1: the Chinese Army. No, this is not a joke. The number of active troops in the Chinese Army is around 2.25 million -- a mere 325,000 more than Wal-Mart.

325,000? pfah. King Leonidas had a bigger deficit. get ready, Wal-Mart employees!

(and yes, Wal-Mart is so evil we have to shop there for goods to ship home at half the cost what i would be paying my regular grocery. in doing so, i become an enabler. damn you, Waltons!)

Thursday, February 12, 2009

the rapist said ...

... what?! oh, the therapist! well, you shoulda made that clearer.
you're better off watching Desperado. or Frida.
as you know, this means war.

A mystery solved

At least they export them so there's no danger with me eating one.
At 3:37 on December 10th, the K25 train arrived at Dongguan East Station. About 1,500 cats had been sent on the train from Nanjing. Eight men wearing camouflage got on the train and started to move off the cages crammed with cats. Every time a cage landed on the ground, cats screeched in pain.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Monday, February 09, 2009

Friday, February 06, 2009

Yes we muth'fuckin can, muthfuckah

Via Plurk. Yes I have Plurk. What's it you ya, bitch? Here's the President of the United States swearin like a muth'fuckah.
Barack Obama is tired of your motherfucking shit

Thursday, February 05, 2009

why we need WMDs

crap. that's potentially 40,000 species to deal with.

double slash psycho

wow! now i can understand TB's reticence (snort).


When swiping material off the net. The Man will sic his lawyers on your ass.
The image, Fairey has acknowledged, is based on an Associated Press photograph, taken in April 2006 by Manny Garcia on assignment for the AP at the National Press Club in Washington.

The AP says it owns the copyright, and wants credit and compensation. Fairey disagrees.
Theyre asking for millions. Yes, Im looking at you, comicbook reviewer geek.

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Thanks, Nature

Inventors should thank their lucky stars that Nature doesnt sue for patent infringement.

15 coolest cases of biomimicry here.

Too high, man

But a salary cap makes sense, so kudos. The NBA does it, why wouldnt the government, eh? It's Grif's money after all. But if I were the Prez, I'll knock their salaries down to the level of the guys who actually do the work.
The Obama administration is expected to impose a cap of $500,000 for top executives at companies that receive large amounts of bailout money, according to people familiar with the plan.
that's it, geeks; you're screwed.

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

22 months more and we'll have the next Britney

Im too sexy

... for the playground, too sexy for the playground, too sexy by far.
Offering HK$450 to "make love," the boy also included a breakdown of sexual services he wanted, along with his instant-messaging contact information.
as they say, one man's trash ...
and that's what you get for giving us the prequel trilogy!!!

Chyort voz'mi!

but what if they're invulnerable?

How am I doing so far, sir? Sir?

The instructor, George "Chip" Steele of Skydive Carolina, was later pronounced dead. But as they were falling, Pharr -- an Army soldier taking a private skydiving lesson -- knew only that Steele wasn't responding.

Monday, February 02, 2009

the surprise sleeper hit of '09

screw Google. we have no pretensions.

as shoe are reading this ...

unlike the one in Iraq, this one's good as dead.
what say you, Comcast subscriber?

See? I told you.

Corporate jets are good for the economy, peasant.
But consider this: The General Aviation Manufacturers Association estimates that more than one million people are employed manufacturing, maintaining, flying and managing business aircraft. In addition to keeping legions at work in top-paying jobs, business aircraft facilitate and expand commerce for their users and contribute $150 billion to the American economy annually.

With that in mind, it’s astounding to see members of Congress, the very people doling out hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars to failed companies, disparaging and even actively trying to curtail this industry, which is already reeling from the economic and credit crises. The business jet is merely a tool — one that, employed correctly, could help those same struggling institutions soar again and start paying back the money owed, with interest.