Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Then again, LL hasn't technically been black since 1986. I'm sure everything will be fine.
“I don’t mean any harm,” Royal says Sarah told him, which is exactly what she meant but he recalls her saying that she doesn’t do black guys.
“I said ‘I’m Black,’” Royal relates, to which Sarah replied with, “Well, you aren’t really black. You’re like …”
Royal remembers her voice trailed off as if not knowing what to say next as the reality of the situation sunk in on her. “Then she got real confused and the conversation ended rather quickly and uncomfortably.”
UPDATE: Turns out the interview was lifted from an old sit-down LL did a couple years ago. He pointed this out via Twitter, and now Fox has cut the segment and issued a cunty release about LL's "fledgling acting career." You betcha.
Monday, March 29, 2010
“I said I had very serious concerns that Barack Obama had anti-American views,” she said. “And now I look like Nostradamus.”
From a recently discovered quatrain:
From forth the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes
A maiden will emerge
Wide of eye, and empty of mind
She will talk incessantly
And her voice shall be as unto the sound of the alarm
On one of those shit little compacts:
Shrill, yea, and like to make you want to claw your fucking face off
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
You'll never believe this! Charlie Daniels says that health care reform will turn America into a police state. Yup. The senile racist fuck who wrote "The South's Gonna Do It Again" doesn't like the Kenyan Devil Muslim or his commie shenanigans:
"And think about this people, if the Democrats can pass health care, what else are they willing to push down our throats?"
Yeah! Fucking assholes! Where do they get off applying modest regulations to an industry that makes Wall Street look like the Little Sisters of the Poor? So what are you going to shove down our throat next, Black Man? Huh? Huh? RAPE!
And if the Daniels essay itself doesn't supply your USRDA of crazy, sample the comments!
[UPDATE: Whoops! Sorry - credit where it's due!]
Monday, March 22, 2010
But then I saw this comment from YouTuber FineAssFemale382 and I thought, "Oh, well this is obviously the real story" and so you're welcome.
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Friday, March 19, 2010
On his radio show, cry-on-cue Angel Moroni-hugger Glenn “I love my country and I fear for it” Beck (A-hole/FOX) and his guest Steve “not the good Stephen King” King (R-Iowa) had a competitive Holier Than Thou-Off, the “thou” in question being those rascally pols voting on the Health Care Bill this coming Sunday. Why? Because Sunday is God’s day and if you vote on that day, Waaaaah! God is vewwy, vewwy sad.
“They intend to vote on the Sabbath, during Lent, to take away the liberty that we have right from God,” King said. Beck threw in: “Faith has been perverted… Here is a group of people that have so perverted our faith and our hope and our charity, that is a -- this is an affront to God.” And the kicker: “I think it's absolutely appropriate that these people are trying to put the nail in the coffin on our country on a Sunday -- something our founders would have never, ever, ever done. Out of respect for God.”
Aaaargh! Stop invoking our Founding Fathers, you sanctimonious pricks! Glenn, Steve: the FFs weren’t pea-brained dipshits like you. They were Enlightenment big-T Thinkers. That’s why those freaks in Texas are drumming Thomas Jefferson out of the history books. Secular humanism and deism don’t jibe with the pap they wanna peddle to our nation’s ever dumber kids. Stop trying to own them. Glenn, please, please, please go back to being a coke-snortin’ morning zoo asshole. And Steve, just fuck off.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
And now, here's Slate's antidote to the Wired piece: Andrew Breitbart is Messing With You. And in it, well, look! It's me! I'm such an irrepressible jackanapes. But I'm so adorable, ya just can't stay mad at me!
And hey, free advice for dumb guys with hick accents: Shouting makes you sound less smart, not more.
Monday, March 8, 2010
Ashburn, a 55-year-old divorced father of four, claimed his 15-year crusade against proposed gay-rights laws in the California statehouse stemmed from his desire to vote the way his constituents wanted.Or, in layman's terms, Ashburn is a toilethomo.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Then, after a digestive stroll along nearby Lake Otsego, head to the HOF and take a fucking pickaxe to this plaque.