Almost forgot. Tonight’s Ten Second

Almost forgot. Tonight’s Ten Second Movie Reviews:

Crazy/BeautifulNeither/Boring

Angel EyesJennifer Lopez clothed (BAD), not singing (GOOD), cavorting with criminals (Not Puffy).

In case you are wondering, I normally do not watch this many movies, but I just got satellite, and I quit smoking, so I can not go to bars or be around people, and thus have a helluva lot more time than I used to.








As if New Yorkers have

As if New Yorkers have already not suffered enough in the last few months, the Workers World reports that every anti-WTO nitwit, green party activist, socialist, anti-free-marketer, Earth First! tree-hugger, and every pachouli wearing privileged child of West Coast white trash who owns a copy of the Communist Manifesto – generally, every wart on society’s arse imaginable- will descend on New York to protest things they do not, can not, and will not understand on February 2nd when the World Economic Forum meets at the ‘luxurious Waldorf-Astoria hotel.’

The only upside to this protest is that the sky-rocketing sales of tofu, rolling papers, Guiness, and Native American brand cigarettes might produce a slight bump in the economy, but this will be probably be offset by the money spent on overtime on the police, who will no doubt be needed to beat the rabble sensless (more so, if possible) before they ship them back to their deluded enclaves in Berkely, CA, Seattle, WA, and DNC headquarters.

No doubt freeing Mumia and leniency for the Marin County Mullah will be at the top of the agenda.








Just went to register the

Just went to register the site on google. There are umpteen thousand sites called the Curmudgeon’s Corner. We are now in day six, and already in need of a new name. The new name is listed above. for now. Until I can some up with something clever, which is not likely.








From the Workers World (a

From the Workers World (a run of the mill socialist rag, run by aging and drug addled hippies well versed in the platitudes of the people), comes this delightful opening sentence:

The much asked question, “Where will the U.S. war go after Afghanistan?” is already being answered in the cities, villages and refugee camps of occupied Palestine.

It goes downhill from there.








Jacob Weisberg is a bleeding

Jacob Weisberg is a bleeding idiot, although maybe not as dumb as Daschle.

From Jacob’s latest pool of bile:

“Bush continues to exhibit the same lack of curiosity, thoughtfulness, and engagement with ideas that made him a C student. Nuance, complexity, subtlety, and contradiction are not part of the mental universe he inhabits. And curiously enough, it is these very qualities of mind-or lack thereof-that seem to be making him such a good war president.”

Yawn. I bet he thinks Cornell West is smart.

I know some of you are going to say the article seems to be praising Bush, but it is actually a snide, pretentious, back-handed compliment.

In honor of Jacob Wesiberg, the Corner’s Quote of the day is:

“I’m all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let’s start with typewriters.”
– Frank Lloyd Wright (1868-1959)