Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Political News

AVN :: Ex-Porn Actor Sonny Landham Seeks Senate Seat

If it's OK for Ralph Nader and Bob Barr to run for office on the nutbag ticket, then a former porn star shouldn't have too much trouble, huh?

Ex-Porn Actor Sonny Landham Seeks Senate Seat
Former Hollywood heavy regrets doing porn flicks

By: David Sullivan

Posted: 06/25/2008

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Actor Sonny Landham, who started out in porn movies before landing tough-guy roles in Hollywood movies including 48 Hours and Predator, is now running for the Senate on the Libertarian ticket.

At least he'd know how to handle himself in public.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Pharisees and Sadducees

7 Reasons Why George Carlin Did Not Go To Hell | KGOV Radio

* The Foul-mouthed Comedian: George Carlin did not go to hell because:

Reason 1: he did more evil than good
Reason 2: because he didn't tithe
Reason 3: because he promoted abortion
Reason 4: because he had a filthy mouth
Reason 5: because he didn't keep the commandments
Reason 6: because he wasn't a Republican
Reason 7: because he didn't go to church

George Carlin went to hell because he despised the sacrifice of Jesus Christ who bled and died to pay for Carlin's sin and was resurrected to overcome death and give eternal life to those who humble themselves and trust in Him.
Self-righteous Christian pricks deserve all the bad shit that happens to them. Particularly the judgmental variety, like this demented fuckwit in Denver.

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Portable Power

Cellphones: Wind, Solar Recharge Tent Keeps Phones Juiced at Glastonbury Festival

Somebody had a good idea.

The freestanding tentpods draw their electricity from a wind generator and solar panels. With a peak power of 1Kw, the pod can charge up to 100 mobile phones per hour and stores unused energy in a battery bank.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

It's the Little Things

Cheney Apologizes For Quip on W. Virginia -
Vice President Cheney apologized for saying yesterday that he has "Cheneys on both sides" of his family tree dating back to the 1600s, "And we don't even live in West Virginia."

. . . The remark drew swift denunciations from West Virginians of both parties, with Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R) calling it "disrespectful" and "certainly not funny," and Gov. Joe Manchin (D) saying, "I truly cannot believe that any vice president of the United States . . . would make such a derogatory statement about my state, or any state for that matter."
VP Cheney insults an entire state and gets called on it. Normal adults might have apologized, refused to apologize or told West Virginia to get a sense of humor. But not the man a heartbeat away from the Presidency.

Cheney quickly moved to defuse the matter, with spokeswoman Lea Anne McBride telling the Associated Press: "On reflection, he concluded that it was an inappropriate attempt at humor that he should not have made. The vice president apologizes to the people of West Virginia for the inappropriate remark."
Except the VP didn't apologize - he outsourced it. Doesn't do much to jack up the Sincerity Meter, does it?

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