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03
Mar
10

why jesus god why


O.T.P. (One Term President) by WOLVERINES

see if you can count all of the logical inconsistencies without vomiting from frustration.

02
Nov
09

JOIN THE LEGAL WAR AGAINST OBAMA – NATION NOW !!!

hutchi60
George Hutchins for U.S. Congress 2010

This guy is totally insane and also has the best personal web page of any politician I know of. His sincere pride in his trip to Europe makes me wish I lived in North Carolina so I could vote for him! Seriously, click on his biography page! Also, I was not aware of this aspect of American history:

To stop the
OBAMA-NATION
Socialists
in
Washington DC,

we must first go to the
root
of the
POISON TREE,
which created all them.

This
POISON TREE,
is the
Social
Engineering

located within the so-called
1964
Civil Rights Act
, to the
U.S. Constitution.

The
ONLY REASON,
the so-called
1964 Civil Rights Act
passed, was due the fact,
Lyndon B.
JOHNSON
, had many political debts owed
to him, in
1964.

=>
During
1964,
if one did
NOT
repay their political debts, when they were called due, such a politician’s
political career was over.

=>
Lyndon B. JOHNSON
called all his debts in
1964.

To
DEFEAT
OBAMA-NATION
, we must take a close
look at all of the
Social
Engineering

contained in the so called
1964 Civil
Rights Act,
and take legal steps to
remove this
Social
Engineering

contained in the so-called
1964 Civil
Rights Act
.

Social
Engineering
,”
includes
FORCED DIVERSITY,
FORCED RACIAL INTEGRATION,
Affirmative Action Quotas Based on
Race
, and all
Privileges Based on Race,
which are influenced by the so-called

1964 Civil Rights Act to the
U.S. Constitution.

We
must use all of our resources
NOW,
to prevent
ALL future U.S. Generations
from suffering under the same
bondage

which were forced upon all of us, due to the so-called 1964 Civil Rights Act.

08
Oct
09

let’s bomb the fucking moon

atriptothemoon1902
NASA To Bomb The Moon

I’m sure you’ve all heard by now, but let’s just take an extra moment to revel in that headline. “NASA To Bomb The Moon”. Ahhhhh. Feels good, doesn’t it? A kind of swelling in your heart, perhaps the sting of tears welling up in your eyes? It makes one proud to be an American (assuming you are American- if not, tough luck, maybe your country can bomb the moon some day). This is undoubtedly the most awesome science news of the year. This will help you figure out how to watch the moon-bombing live; here are some locations where you can go to watch with other people. Sadly, none of them seem to be near where I live. Nevertheless, I am super, super psyched that we are bombing the moon.

Which brings us to this Huffington Post article. I notice that the article is tagged as comedy, and so I will say that hopefully this is a satirical piece. If so- well done. You certainly fooled me. I’d like to believe this is satire, because this article is one of the most staggeringly ignorant anti-science pieces I’ve ever had the displeasure of reading.

“The size of the explosion will be equal to that of 1.5 tons of TNT and will release 772,000 pounds of lunar dirt into a 6.2 mile high spray of debris, NASA’S own version of shock and awe, in a purported experiment to see if any ice or water is released. I’m just wondering, who signed the paper? Who did the risk assessment? I mean, what if something goes wrong?

I’m guessing people at NASA did the risk assessment. Scientists usually spend their time calculating boring things like that.

“I could say something scientifically lame and ask, “What if it gets thrown off its axis?” or something funny and suggest something (that I actually sort of believe), like, “What if it somehow throws off the astrology?” Or that we’re not risking — as we have the earth with continued experiments of this kind — sending the solar system out of balance.”

UGH JESUS DO YOU EVEN HAVE ANY FUCKING CLUE WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT

“The irony is that one of the purposes of the experiment is to assess whether there is any water on the moon and is it worthwhile to send another manned mission to the moon. If we’d just send up two guys with a bucket and shovels, we wouldn’t have to bomb the moon at all.”

Yes, we could risk the lives of two living human beings (and I assume that manned spaceflight is significantly more expensive than sending a bomb into space), or we could risk harming no one and nothing. Either way.

“I’m not a big fan of explosions, anyway. In Iraq or Afghanistan or the South Pole of the Moon. But who does have a territorial prerogative there?”

This statement is so incredibly stupid it hurts me just to look at it. Where else aren’t you a fan of explosions? In the engine of your car? On the Fourth of July? On a movie set? Are you just against the concept of combustion in general?

“If we think there is water there, how do we know we’re not affecting some life form, as well? It sort of reminds me of two kids in a backyard with a firecracker that they don’t really know how to set off.

Except, you know, it’s actually the opposite of that situation. Two kids with a firecracker and FUCKING NASA are about as far apart, in terms of calculation and skill involved, as possible. Thanks for slandering our nation’s scientists, you moron.

“It’s causing great excitement in the astronomy sector. NASA is running a live broadcast on its website (wonder if they’re selling ads).”

I dunno, I wonder too. Maybe you could figure it out, since you’re writing a column about this. Or not, you could just throw that out there and create the idea in people’s minds that NASA is doing this as some kind of for-profit enterprise.

“Well, I for one, don’t like explosions. Call me a pacifist, call me cautious, call me an environmentalist, or call me something worse, I don’t really care.”

I’m glad you don’t care, because I’m going to be calling you much worse things every time I hear your name from now on. Oh also by the way being against this experiment doesn’t make you either a pacifist or an environmentalist.

The more I think about this, the more I’m convinced that this isn’t some terrible joke, and that this columnist is the living, breathing embodiment of a liberal stereotype as dreamed up by the staff of the National Review Online. Thank you, Amy Ephron, for cheapening the causes of science, environmentalism, pacifism, logic, and rational discourse!

BONUS:
Taken from Amy Ephron’s shitty “Save the Moon” twitter page!

“rt @valerieallenpr any one know what is going on with the fighter jets in SF today. @drdrew wants to know…”

Thanks for your question, Dr.Drew! It’s called fleet week, it fucking sucks, it’s all over the news, and you are a jackass.

07
Sep
09

“the copy contain the embossed seal”

lucas_3
the birthers have discovered barack obama’s kenyan birth certificate! again!

B-b-but what about the last one?! I thought they already had his birth certificate! And yet here we are, again. This time the birth certificate has been submitted to a court, on behalf of the discoverer, Lucas Smith, by Orly Taitz. Except, oops, the headquarters of the birther movement, WorldNetDaily, have already vetted this dude and the document and declared it fake. Key notes from the WND article:

-before submitting the “birth certificate” to a court, Lucas Smith had been attempting to sell it on eBay
-Lucas Smith has a criminal history- including “a reported attempt to sell his kidney to a man in need of organ transplant”
-it doesn’t look like an authentic 60’s era Kenyan birth certificate, if you believe WND about that being authentic

Here are some delightful comments in regards to this new birth certificate:
Continue reading ‘“the copy contain the embossed seal”’

01
Sep
09

I rate people on yelp pt 2

“jenny k.

San Francisco, CA
1 star rating
8/3/2009

-cover
-line
-aggressive patrons whose only understanding of the 90s is flannel shirts (we wore doc martens too!)
-single stall bathroom”

-boring
-pointless

* out of *****

01
Sep
09

twitpic wall

loronlulu
twitpic wall

Do you have too much free time? Like, way too much free time? Do you wish you could passively sit in front of your computer and peer into the mass of boring minutia that is Twitter? This dude has got it all sorted out for you. I only had to watch it for a minute before I found the lovely photo gracing this post. Use the box in the upper right corner to select what kind of pics stream by. Seriously, I know I shouldn’t really talk because I’m blogging, but Twitter has got to be the biggest fucking waste of time humanity has created yet.

31
Aug
09

peter bagge & reason magazine

peter bagge
reason magazine

I’m a big Peter Bagge fan; in particular, I love “Hate” (I own both “Buddy Does Seattle” and “Buddy Does Jersey”, but I’ve lent them out to friends. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE). In particular, I like that the people in “Hate” are pretty much awful, selfish people- and it’s usually hilarious. I suppose then it shouldn’t be a surprise to learn that, in recent years, Bagge has been making comics for Reason, a libertarian magazine. It was kind of a surprise, and a disappointment to me, because I tend to think of libertarians as being a wacky fringe (usually I think of nutsos like Ron Paul and Alex Jones). Given the general misanthropy of “Hate”, it makes sense that Bagge’s political views would focus on self-reliance and non-interference from the government. However- after reading several of the strips- I’m not as disappointed as I thought I would be. It’s true that I don’t agree with all of the views he expresses, but they are all presented thoughtfully and not as a simple knee-jerk political reaction. Frequently I found his point of view to be pretty compelling. I guess the moral is libertarians need some better spokespeople!




A MAN AGAINST INSANITY by Paul de Kruif.
The story of a doctor who conquered his own insanity and now shows others the way back, by the author of Microbe Hunters.
"An old master Paul de Kruif surely is. His latest book has pace, it has style, it has a sharply drawn hero, and, most important, it tells one of the great stories of our times." -Washington Post and Times Herald.

I found that in the back of a copy of Nova Express by William S. Burroughs.

My name is Alex and I live in LA the Bay Area.

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