Thursday, September 30, 2010

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Friday, September 24, 2010


"I shall give a propaganda reason for starting the war; whether it is plausible or not. The victor will not be asked whether he told the truth."

A. George W. Bush

B. Hitler

C. All of the above.

Katy Perry sings "Hot N Cold" with Elmo on Sesame Street!

Would this video be less controversial if Elmo could blink? Right now he just looks like a pervert either staring at Katy Perry's boobs or trying hard NOT to stare at Katy Perry's boobs. Boobs.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

This is NOT America...

"All Faggots Must Die...!"

Friday, September 17, 2010

The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones: Why It's Not a Fair Fight

The Other Night I was watching TV and on one of the movie channels there suddenly appeared "One Plus One" (1968) by French film-making maverick Jean-Luc Goddard. It's basically a documentary about the recording of the Rolling Stones' brilliant "Sympathy for the Devil," with some other no-longer-fresh, French New Wave interpretations of Black Panther shit that's only relevant to people who smoke retro-Gauloises and think Jessie Jackson MATTERS.

I called to my teen-aged kids "you gotta come watch this! THIS will explain to you why the Rolling Stones KICK ASS!" So we watched it. We watched a documentary, directed by a genius, about the Rolling Stones recording their MASTERPIECE.

It was the most boring snooze-fest I've ever witnessed. I was embarrassed that I'd dragged my kids away from "Red Dead Redemption" for this. The Rolling Stones slept-walked their way through the process, basically confirming my fears that their best work was the result of SHEAR LUCK.

When the movie was over I knew I had to redeem myself in the eyes of my now suspicious kids. I quickly popped in my old VHS copy of "Let it Be" before they could make a get-away. "Okay, okay, forget that. HERE'S a documentary that REALLY kicks ass, about a band we ALL KNOW kicks GALACTIC ASS!" So we watched "Let it Be." And my kids were enthralled. My son Max (who now is called "Graham") said: "Wait a minute. Are you trying to tell this movie was made only 4 1/2 years after 'A Hard Day's Night?!'" I nodded sagely and replied: "yes."

So basically we learned that even in "Let it Be," directed by the talented, though Journeyman artist Michael Lindsay-Hogg, which is Universally acknowledged to show them at their WORST, the Beatles STILL kick the ASS of the Rolling Stones, as evident in "One on One," the documentary directed by RENOWNED GENIUS Jean-Luc Goddard and showing the Stones AT THE PINNACLE of their creative talent.


Thursday, September 16, 2010


1400 visits to THIS blog? Yahooo! Here's a picture of two puppies and duck to celebrate!

Thursday, September 09, 2010

Thank God!!

Thank god SOMEbody has finally come to their senses!!!


I've been looking for footage of 9/11 (in case you don't remember, it's when some terrorists flew some planes into some buildings in NYC) to commemorate the event, remember the folks who died, the rescuers who were heroes, etc. but any search of "9/11" on Google also brings up George W. Bush's involvement in that day and the brutal ass-fucking America took that day because of that man, his lies, his greed, and his hatred of American Values and suddenly you wonder "what's the point?" All of our assholes are still bleeding because of that asshole and his asshole criminal buddies; and all the asshole, douche-bags who are going to exploit that tragedy for their own asshole douche-bag Nazi reasons. It's All Too Much.

My Herrrrrrrrrrrrro!

Monday, September 06, 2010

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Thank God. Finally! War is Over!

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

This Debate is Retarded...

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