"How long do you have to get hit in the head before you start asking who's hitting you in the head?"

Monday, June 23, 2008

92%? Holy Crap!

Today’s LA Times cites a recent Pew survey which found that “92% of Americans believe in god or a universal spirit.” The Times poll asking its readers the same question, however, shows believers (so far) at 43.8% and the godless at 56.3%. Hooray for Hollywood!

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Shit, Piss, Fuck, Cunt, Cocksucker, Motherfucker, and Tits!

“Before I cut, I, uh, want to, ah, thank you for listening to my words, man, fellow, uh space travelers.”

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Monday, June 16, 2008

“If There’s Success”

Preznit Shitferbrains, momentarily forgetting to say we’re kickin’ ass:
We all want to take troops out of Iraq and we are. He [Gordon Brown], by the way, left a lot of troops in, more so than they thought they were going to leave in initially, and so we communicate now and, if there's success, we're going to pull troops out and I have absolutely no problem how GB is managing the Iraqi effort.

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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Breaking News: Semi-Literate Hillbillies Don’t Much Cotton to Colored Fellers

Listen to this piss-ignorant cracker explain why he won’t vote for B. HUSSEIN Obama:
'We'll end up slaves. We'll be made slaves just like they was once slaves,' he said. Telvor, a white Democrat who supported Hillary Clinton in West Virginia's primary, said he planned to vote for Republican John McCain in November. 'At least he's an American,' he added with a disarmingly friendly smile.
Here’s the money quote:
'Obama might actually be the antichrist'
Hmm: Religious and racist. Isn’t that the strangest thing?

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

And Now For Something Completely Different

Islanders from Lesbos sue gay group over use of ‘Lesbian’ in name.

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Monday, June 09, 2008

Long Time No Blog

Golly, where to begin: mr. olio underwent emergency surgery and a weeks-long recovery period. He’s fine now, praise be to medical science! Life had barely got back to normal when olioboy announced his impending nuptials (he’s all growns up!). The mr. and I had a lot of fun buying fancy weddin’ duds and ordering wedding gifts, then it was off to the week-long celebration. The ceremony itself was absolutely lovely—it was held outdoors on a picture-perfect day (yes, it was secular).

And those are just the high points!