Friday, May 08, 2009

Wikipedia pwnd again

Your friend Pro-Lick wanted us to send you this from Dilbert.com.

And not even by someone significant. Topped by Topper. Oh, the indignity. The social network posing as an encyclopedia gets Dilberted, and it didn't even require Dogbert.


Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Colbert Study: Liberals Don't Know he's Serious

The actual title of the article is "Colbert Study: Conservatives Don't Know He's Joking". But everybody knows Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report is dead serious, except the liberals, of course. They're off drinking Kool-Aid listening to socialist radio stations that support leftists like Al Franken. Nothing but more liberal media lies. Ohio State should file a lawsuit against them for distorting their research.

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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Why Lying about Sex with Your Intern is Worse than Torture

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Sunday, February 01, 2009

The Worst of 2008

A lot of bad things happened in 2008. Time failed in its claim to have the top 10 of everything by excluding the most horrible. One could only hope that Obama's inauguration speech was only 2 words: "My bad." Now that it's officially over and we have a month of perspective, I've tried to reduce it to the top 10 most horrible things that happened in 2008. I might add more, because I think all kinds of secrets about liberal atrocities will be released to the public once Bush & Cheney are freed from the restrictions of the White House.
  • We didn't use the surge to invade Iran.
  • President Bush was not elected to a 3rd term.
  • Vice President Cheney did not run for President.
  • They didn't turn The Colbert Report into an hourly report and fire Jon Stewart.
  • McCain was refused the right to find and kill Osama bin Laden.
  • Sarah Palin was ignored by the liberal media.
  • Rachel Maddow was allowed on TV.
  • Courts refused Vice President Cheney the right to destroy secret documents.
  • Franken won.
  • Obama won.
There is a holy light in the sky, however. Israel is taking advantage of Bush-Cheney's plan to liberate the world to bomb Gaza and the UN into freedom. This clearly shows the great offensive capabilities of freedom to score on the terrorists. Enjoy the explosions while you can. We're going to be stuck with another tree-hugging liberal who won't let us so much as enjoy even a deep sea offshore oil eruption.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

The Joy of Shill'n

As fellow shills like Sarah Palin know, one of the great pleasures in life is lying. People have to prove you wrong, and in the process, they keep repeating the lie, especially the media, aka the echo chamber. I prefer to view it as a free ad service for the successful with power and money.

The main stream media, as my friend Karl Rove knows, are just a bunch of simpletons who repeat whatever you feed them - like the Wall Street Journal echoing stock quotes. As Bush echoed for Rove, "the filter". More importantly, regardless of how big and nasty the lie, even the fact checkers go out of their way to be courteous and avoid potential legal problems. Maybe they'll eventually criticize it as a "distortion" or "exaggeration" like the losers at FactCheck.org or the liberals at Salon.com, but they still echo the lie itself and the mass media rarely follows up, content to move on to whatever is new and hot.

The important thing is they repeat your brand name and your lie, and most often both in the headline and summary, and few people read beyond that. It's like advertising without the pain of paying for it or those long, tedious notifications about the accuracy of the claims. That's why you should believe "Palin - the Hockey Mom Candidate", "McCain-Palin Repeat Obama Palling Around with Terrorists", "America Must Pass Bailout Plan Immediately", and "Bush Says Everything Will be Fine".

To be continued....

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

STOP! Do Not Vote!

Relax. Leave "Super Tuesday" and caucus voting to the experts. After all, they gave us George W. Bush. There's still plenty of Super Bowl highlights to watch again and to talk about with real smart people on sports radio now.

Not to mention all the quality TV available to watch now that the writers are on strike. You can even enjoy FOX News accurate and quality updates on celebrity news and Super Tuesday while they inform you about all the failings for the Democrats that they heard about from some people they know.

Most important, don't vote twice. Even though, technically, you can go to both the Democrat and Republican caucus polling places and legally vote for a Democratic and Republican candidate at each, only experts really understand how to do this. Non-experts frequently suffer brain sprains. Which is why TV and talk radio are the best options of safe and secure real Americans.

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Squat On It

Fox News always provides the latest in anus comforting toilet paper to wipe with. The 2 latest phrasal prints include:
  • "the behind the scenes"
  • "common knowledge"
The 1st we need to thank Sean Hannity of Fox News for using. Sean, as I'm sure you're aware, is an up and comer with expertise in hair management. The 2nd I noticed just the other day when an expert in echoing official Republican opinion used it on Answerbag.

The behind the scenes is is that Fox News has hired the Answerbag correspondent from Voice Of America after VOA decided it had enough answers in the bag on the Internet to control common knowledge. Fox News: you can squat on it. As dependable as your toilet, ready to flush on demand. Larry Craig optional.

Sunday, June 24, 2007

Play Footsy with me


I decided to wash my feet today. It's always a sad day when I have scrub away the wonderful aroma they have accrued. But since I was already washing the other AStoundingly Splendiferous smelling place on my body, I decided to give each footsy a fair and balanced scrubbing too.

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Monday, May 28, 2007

Trust Wikipedians to Remember the Heroes

Today, I read about the importance of morale versus experience or expertise on the Wikipedia internal mailing list.

It was a memorial that nobody wants a historian that's spent 20 years studying history and archeaology digs, or a doctor that's spent 6 years studying chemistry and biology and 4 in practice. We'd much prefer a kid tell us what 4 out of 5 unnamed dentists recommend on a commercial site for a large corporation selling pharmaceuticals and spending money on motivational speakers to keep employee morale high.

As Stephen Colbert said in an interview with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales:
"What I love about it is that it brings democracy to information. For too long, the elites that study things got to say what is or isn't real." - The Colbert Report, 2007.05.24

That's why it's far better to keep guys like Wolfie happy and doing a heckuva job than like cut-and-run Japanese government officials hanging themselves over a little $236,000 bookkeeping "fraud". Just ask Paul Wolfowitz. He'll tell you the $400,000 he received to step down as the World Bank president kept his morale and terrorist fighting productivity high.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Halliburton featured in Doonesbury

Unleash the EnergyFinally, this Garry Trudeau guy of Doonesbury is coming around. Halliburton just doesn't receive enough recognition for it's support of the troops. The Sunday Doonesbury from May 13 features Halliburton's excellent food service, keeping the troops sharp.
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