Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Go Fug Yourself

Come on, admit it. There are days when you're driving down the street and you see someone, say Courtney Love, who clearly got dressed
  • without the use of proper lighting
  • without the use of their eyes
  • without a chance to grab their own clothes before the cops raided the party
and you say to yourself, "Man, I wish I had a witty rejoinder right here to demonstrate my own vocabulary superiority and to prove that, unlike THIS poor slob, I actually have a sense of style." But alas, the light turns green and you move on and you miss your golden opportunity to completely make fun of someone else.
Or is this just me?
Whichever the case, the ladies at Go FUG Yourself have taken the guesswork away from you and set it on a blog for all the world to read.
And DAMN it is funny.
Go on...check it out. You know you want to.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

I have seen the truth...

and the truth can be found here:
I await the touch of His Noodly Appendage...

Friday, September 09, 2005


AOL reports that FEMA head Michael Brown is being "recalled to Washington" and part of the concern is that he padded his resume.
Allow me top summarize the best part:
The article states that Brown's official biography on the FEMA Web site says that his background in state and local government also includes serving as "an assistant city manager with emergency services oversight" and as a city councilman.


Former mayor of Edmond, Randel Shadid, told The Associated Press on Friday that Brown had been an assistant to the city manager. Shadid said Brown was never assistant city manager.

Sound familiar?

Gareth: I'm assistant regional manager.
David Brent: Assistant to the regional manager.

"The Office" as real life!!

Thursday, September 08, 2005

A Marriage by Any Other Name

Massachusetts Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly gave the go-ahead yesterday to a proposed 2008 ballot question on banning gay marriage:
This is wrong.
And not just because its a hateful, mean-spirited attempt to use the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to discriminate against a societal group. It's wrong because the government should NEVER have adopted the term "Marriage" in its legal language.
Marriage is a religious term. The separation of Church and State means that the STATE should not be supporting a religious institution when two people join in union. State sponsored cohabitation is called a Civil Union; Marriage is a Holy estate that is supported by the CHURCH of various religions.
The simple answer here is that the STATE should offer civil unions to anybody who wants to be joined legally as a couple. The CHURCH should offer the sacrament of Marriage. If a church chooses not to recognize certain civil unions due to their own religious beliefs than it should be their right to do so. Just as it should be the right of two consenting adults to be joined together in a Civil Union; free of judicial and Constitutional bias.
If only the Attorney General recognized this...

Friday, September 02, 2005

Gas? Who needs it?

Please join me as I climb up on my soapbox.

President Bush spoke to the Nation yesterday. The Commander-in-Chief, in his infinite wisdom, said the following regarding the hurricane in New Orleans and the skyrocketing gas prices:

Don't Buy Gas if You Don't Need It

That's right. "Don't buy gas if you don't need it".

Whew. That's a load off my mind.

As a Counterpoint, I offer: "George, you ignorant slut!"

Big Oil's Big-Time Looting

Thomas Jefferson said, "People get the government that they deserve." The problem is the rest of us have to suffer too.