22 September 2006


The funny headline is what originally caught my eye, but after reading the article, I'd like to say, " What a homo".
Arnold is a Republican (at least in name), rides a motorcycle without a license or a helmet, and has made countless movies depicting gun violence. Who the hell is he trying to impress? Republicans need to learn that if you have an (R) next to your name, it doesn't matter what you do, the Dems are always going to hate you. I can't believe he caved to Al Gore and his minions on this.


Dear Barbara,
Please either buy a bra, or a burka.
Big D

Mandatory gun ownership

Damn, I need to move.

20 September 2006

Mum's the Word, Lest We Provoke a Lethal Tantrum

Brilliant!! Remember, islam is the religion of peace until you disagree with it. Then, they hack off your head.

If you mock Islam with a drawing or a novel, you get riots and dead people. News of mishandled holy books yields riots and dead people. Insufficiently reverent short films by a Dutchman yields a dead person, specifically the Dutchman.

At the risk of making a generalization: The secular right seems more tolerant of Christianity, and skeptical towards large swaths of Islam. The secular left often seems annoyed and contemptuous towards American religion -- unless the pastor on the dais insists Jesus would have been a board member of Planned Parenthood -- and oddly protective of Islam. Not because they believe in it; heavens, no. Some progressives are simply besotted by any civilization not their own.

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Atomic Arabs: A Nuclear Dawn in the Gulf?

While Iran continues play a game of cat-and-mouse over its nuclear ambitions, it's Arab neighbors have recently discussed the possibility of a joint atomic energy program. This is a major shift in policy for Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and the UAE - all have signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and agreements banning all uranium enrichment.

You scared yet?

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19 September 2006

Tuesday September 19th is International Talk Like A Pirate Day

Talk Like A Pirate Day is today. Founded by two guys in 1995 and popularized by humorist Dave Barry's syndicated column in 2002, this bizarre occasion probably would've been a one-ff if it weren't for the Internet's appetite for ridiculous humour. The page explains how to talk like a pirate and lists pirate vocabulary.


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18 September 2006

How did you find us?

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Google plugs phishing hole

Follow up to the previous nerd story that made me look like a moron. Google fixed it:
Search giant Google confirmed the existence of the security hole in a statement posted on its blog on Friday. The company has temporarily disabled all login access to Public Service Search clients and has placed a moratorium on new sign-ups.
Leave to the bloggers to break the big stories.

The Pope must die, says Muslim

Muslim outrage is so convenient. For the most part, when Muslims are perpetrating lies and violence against innocent men, women, and children, there is NO Muslim outrage. There are no protests in the street, no calls for imams to be beheaded, no insults hurled at Islam.

But the moment an Infidel dares to present even a hint of doubt to their sacred religion, all bets are off. Apparently, words of a non-Muslim are enough to justify the murders of other non-Muslims. I suppose by even writing this, I'm making myself a potential target for capital punishment.

Sure, we'll hear some well-meaning Muslim somewhere using the same boiler-plate denouncement of these protesters who are calling for the Pope to be killed. They'll say, "this is against our teachings," and basically tell the world that Islam is a good and moral religion. And for the most part, they're absolutely correct.

However, not all followers or even teachers of Islam are good and moral people. The same can be said of most world religions, including Christianity.

When Christian leaders do or teach wrong, it makes the news, and the legal system goes into action. However, when's the last time you saw a Christian blow up a marketplace full of innocent civilians because a Muslim pointed out what was wrong with Christianity?

The religion of peace. My ass.