Friday, December 29, 2006

Friday, December 22, 2006

Kofi Annan, the UN, rhetoric, and impotence.

Mr. Hanson is at it again, taking Kofi Annan to task for the mess that is the UN. You know what? He's right:
Such embarrassments might actually cause the U.N. to do something that would require sacrifices in lives and treasure for the greater good. How much better to be charmed into somnolence than awakened by horrific reality. How much better for the soul to be gently chided with moral platitudes about Western insensitivity than electro-shocked about Middle Eastern, African, or Asian genocide that will go on until someone does something very messy to stop it.
Read it all.

What's the deal with blogger?

So, I finally switch over to Blogger's new Google system thing, which is supposed to make things work better. Almost as soon as I get it up and running, I start getting new comments. Cool, I think to myself. Except then I read the comments. For some reason, a post in November about Rudy Guiliani has received 6 comments, and all of them spam--there was even one for an "ass parade." Can an actual person tell me what is going on?

I guess I will have to contact Blogger about it, and begin the cycle of cursing.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Who you gonna believe?

David Duke and the middle east "scholars" who deny the holocaust or your lyin' eyes?

Check here for info about the concentration camp where I lived for a month--Buchenwald. Holocaust denial in the face of German records seems a little, well, sick in my book. Assholes.

UPDATE: Looks like most of the "scholars" debating the non-existence of the holocaust were from the US and Europe.

Friday, December 08, 2006

Overloaded pants end shoplifter's escape

They must be talking about me. Overloaded pants!

On a related note: it turns out that the condoms are too big for the Indian men. My, that must be embarassing. For everyone involved.



Dems taken to task over aligning their goals with those of terrorists.
Given all that the democrats have done, the affection in which they are held by our foes is neither unjustified nor surprising. They have more than earned it by systematically subverting this country's war effort while simultaneously proffering assistance to those who have pledged to destroy us.
I link, you decide.

When you hear hoofbeats,

think horses, not zebras. Negotiating with Iran sounds great, doesn't it? Are we supposed to take seriously that we can negotiate a peaceful solution in Iraq with Iran, which has been at war with us for 25 years? At what point are we going to acknowledge that those who are trying every day to kill us may actually be serious about it? It's as if we are deciding to wipe the slate clean -- Iran's horse is a horse, of course. It doesn't change into a zebra because we want it to.

Oh, wait -- all we need to do is reach out to develop greater understanding of the other, right? Tell that to the other, right before he kills your ass dead.

Sunday, December 03, 2006

So what is Tannerball, anyway?

Check this out:

This is from 2005. 2006 video coming up.

Friday, December 01, 2006


Haven't checked this in some time. Bert is evil, friends, and here's the evidence.