Liberals treat dogs like people, Conservatives treat people like dogs

Friday, June 1

Friday Fives

1. What is your favorite board game?


2. What is your favorite card game?

Ginrummy. There are many various incarnations. You should know the correct one, that I learned from my mom. You start with 10 cards and that is exactly how many you have the whole game. You also lay no cards down until the very end, when every card must be attached to a sequence of three or four. You do not pick up more than one card at a time, and you cards are always hidden from your opponent. Going forward, before using the term 'gin', 'rummy', or 'ginrummy'... please know the correct way to play it.

3. Do you like to play games on the computer or on a gaming system?

neither, really.

4. If so, what is your favorite game to play?

tennis on the Wii

5. Do you like to play games with people or to play them alone?

with people, of course. Anything else is masturbation. I mean, that is swell too, but not hardly a game.

Thursday, May 31

Further proof that I am Correct

The papers and pundits say that GW Bush is very concerned about his legacy. Already regarded by many qualified individuals as the worst President in American history, Bush seems actually concerned about people. Maybe it is his 28% approval rating, but guess what he has decided to do?

Be a Democrat!

It's true. In the last week GW has pledged 30 Billion to fight Aids, and is now looking to join the Kyoto protocol. Bush actually gave a speech on climate change today. You remember how the Republicans denied global warming, right? They said there is no such thing, and edited every single national science report to omit any evidence of climactic change. Two weeks ago, Cheney admitted it... and now today Bush has as well. I don't care if you call it 'Climate Change' or 'Global Warming', just get off your asses and do something about it.

Bush taking a stand on the environment and poor people in Africa? Yeah, that is being a Democrat for sure... which thrills me. What's next on Bush's 'I really am a human being' tour? If he starts touting health care, I am just going to shit myself. Either way, this will help the nation's transition to Democratic Leadership in the fall of 2008. Indeed, I remain Correct. The Democrat's way of taking care of the environment and the lesser amongst us IS the right way. We have learned in the last 7 years that big business can not, and will not, do shit for anybody but themselves. Come and join the Democrats, We're nicer, stronger, and haven't had a Presidential scandal for at least seven years! Note our new slogan and icon above, it stands for kicking ass.

Tuesday, May 29

Black History

I wanted to follow up on something. Sometime ago, while writing a Black History rant, I said these words:
I will do some acknowledgement of my favorite black cultural heroes: Nelson Mandela, Bobby Seale, Huey Newton (founders of the Black Panthers), and perhaps something you might learn about Harry Belafonte too.

Then, I totally spaced it. Well, I am not going to pull a McDonalds. See, every February, McDonalds puts up these big beautiful posters saying "Black History is all year long." I was impressed, until I noticed they took those posters down every Feb 28th. Anyhow, I owe you more thoughts on my favorite leaders and characters, and I ain't going wait until February.

Today, let's take Harry Belafonte. You know Harry Belafonte as the 'Daylight come and me wanna go home' guy. I think they call it calypso. So, is that what makes him a great figure in black history? No, you racist. Remember Martin Luther King, obviously a pivotal figure. You may remember his books 'Letters from a Birmingham Jail'. Dr. King spent a lot of time in jail, as his views weren't terribly popular back then. Here is the interesting part, know who got Dr King out of jail every time? It was entertainer Harry Belafonte. In no small act of finance and cultural subversion, he was there for Dr. King. We owe him thanks and recognition for that.