The new Playboy has the

The new Playboy has the NFL Preview, and the Steelers have been picked to win the Superbowl.

Here we Go Steelers, Here We Go!

And yes, I do read the articles.








Just to remind you, yesterday

Just to remind you, yesterday Senator Robert Toricelli was ‘admonished’ after a lengthy investigation by the Senate Ethics committee. The NY Times editorial page says nothing about it. They even find time to write about Pilot Whales.

George Bush is cleared in an SEC investigation 10+ years ago. The NY Times editorial board calls for an independent prosecutor to review the matter.








Andrea Harris at Spleenville World

Andrea Harris at Spleenville World Domination Headquarters has some great suggestions for dealing with a special group of cowards, musicians and other artists who are backing out of going to Israel to perform.

Right on Andrea.








Senator Billary opened her mouth

Senator Billary opened her mouth this weekend

and a long high-pitched wail was emitted. Or maybe that was her thighs rubbing together. At any rate, the partisan shrew had many fun things to say about Bush and this adminstration wrecking her hubby’s record. Yawn.

*** UPDATE *** The Dailypundit discusses the foul wench and her comments. I will stick to ad hominems.








Paging Mr. Raines Don Rumsfeld,

Paging Mr. Raines

Don Rumsfeld, and thus, the administration, has stated that Saddam Hussein is a bad man with nasty toys. It is now official. On the record. Could we please have your permission to attack now?








Senate Panel Admonishes Torricelli for

Senate Panel Admonishes Torricelli for Accepting Gifts

The Senate Ethics Committee on Tuesday “severely admonished” Democratic Sen. Robert Torricelli of New Jersey for accepting gifts from a campaign contributor and businessman that the lawmaker aided.

So, Robert Toricelli is a lying, cheating, unethical toilet treat- enough so that his fellow sewer trout on the Senate Ethics committee could not gloss it over. That means at least 1% of the Senate is hopelessly corrupt- so if we apply the same reasoning the Democrats and the NY Times used during the recent corporate scandals, we should ba ble to tar and feather the entire Senate. Seems fair, doesn’t it? When less than 1% of the corporate world is exposed as lying scum, we have a national stroke and write new laws to police their behavior. One percent of the Senate is now officially a snake- better call in business leaders from across the country to re-write the Senate ethics rules.

I doubt this will happen.








I was away when this

I was away when this was first posted, but everyone should read it. Driving tips from Cold Fury.








Donahue is a smarmy, condescending,

Donahue is a smarmy, condescending, self-righteous bastard,

but I am sure glad he is on television again. AT first I was opposed, but when I thought about it, I actually was quite pleased. Why? Because he admits he is a liberal, and people might begin to associate his idiotic ideas with the failed experiment that modern liberalism has become. This is a good thing- quite unlike the liberal NY Times, which merely distorts every libertarian and conservative position without admitting they are liberal.

Donahue is out there spouting off at the mouth, inundating the airwaves with his limousine liberalism, and we can all laugh at him, and thank goodness that his ideas have no traction whatsoever. I hope the Streisand/Clinton crowd keep cheering him on when he spouts the Democrat party line- it makes my job easier to out your stupid solutions.

BTW- I really like Jerry Nachman’s show. I disagree with him on a GREAT number of things, but I think he is very fair with his guests, very respectful, and I like the fact that there is little or no shouting. I did get a slight chuckle tonight when he mentioned the beached whales in Massachussetts. I am sure you can figure out why…








Everyone breathe deeply: The

Everyone breathe deeply:

The Spoons Experience went off the deep end with this reaction to a recent P.J. O’Rourke commentary piece in the Weekly Standard.

I HOPE P.J. O’ROURKE GETS ANALLY RAPED

Wouldn’t that be hilarious? Wouldn’t it?

I mean, I just assumed that that was the funniest fucking thing in the world, since P.J. jokes about it happening to accountants involved in corporate scandals.

What does it say about the way our society really feels about men that raping them is viewed as both amusing and frequently deserved?

Fuck you, P.J.

Holy loads of over-reaction, Spoons. Read your own comments. P.J. is joking about it, and I do not think in any way can it be inferred that he is in favor of ‘anal-raping’ acountants. In fact, he didn’t even use those words- you did.. Here is the comment Spoons objects to:

However, if corporate corruption does exist, it has benefits as well as liabilities. Auditing scandals will no doubt improve the sex lives of accountants. Bean counters were previously thought to be drab and unattractive creatures. Now accountants are considered cute–by their fellow prison inmates.

For those with little ability to discern humor, the entire column was written with a tongue-in-cheek/ bad-taste- typical of P.J. Myself, I am not in favor of anal-rape in prisons- I think it is awful. I think punishment enough for these accountants would be an accountant cellmate- or worse yet, a hyper-sensitive lawyer.

BTW, a couple of paragraphs later, P.J. wrote this:

Potentially, our own sex lives also are improved. Numerous senior executives’ trophy wives will soon be running around unattached. We wouldn’t have stood a chance with these women before the legal bills arrived and the skinny blondes got poor.

I seriously hope that all of you who got your knickers in a twist over the accountant/prison rape allusion are not at home waiting for your trophy wife…








Don’t forget to watch the

Don’t forget to watch the John Stossel report tonight on the gawd-awful drug war. Republicans think we are too stupid to know how to spend our free time, Democrats think we are too stupid to spend our money. Both want to lock us up and throw away the key when we try to just do what we want to do. They can both go to hell.








I am back from my

I am back from my trip, and I had a great time. I spent five days in the suburbs of Philly with some great people, lounging by the pool and drinking scotch til the wee hours of the morning. Trip highlights included a concert, a night of fireworks at the country club, a boisterous game of Trivial Pursuit, and finding out that I have a cinder block for a right foot when I drive a 2002 Mercedes (I routinely found myself doing 95 on the highway- but in my defense, 95 in a Mercedes feels like 50 in my old Chevy Celebrity). I also got a pedicure (my father had one in NY three weeks ago and said it made his feet feel 20 years younger). It was wonderful, and it restored much of the damage that my lacrosse cleats and my combat boots had inflicted on my poor feet. A great time, indeed.








No posting until Sunday, as

No posting until Sunday, as I will be out of town. Try the links to the left. Speaking of left, Matt Yglesias, one of my favorite Dems, has been posting with almost Blogfather like determination. Make sure you read the comments, as he has cultivated a coterie of lefty-liberals who say bizarre things every now and then.








Bizarre Office Injuries

As I type this, I have an aching butt. Today, I had the most bizarre office injury I have ever had. I moved into a new office, and I have a brand new leather chair– really nice- the whole room smells like the leather, and I love it. At any rate, I also got one of those plastic floor thingies for the chair to sit on. You know what I am talking about- it is there for ease of rolling and to protect the carpet.

I was typing away, when I thought I had to go do something. I stood up, then realized I was an hour early, and I went to sit back down. This is when tragedy stuck.

Apparently (actually there is no apparently about it), I misjudged where I should plant my copious ass and where my brand new chair was. Needless to say, I missed the chair, and just managed to plant my butt on the very edge of the seat of the chair. I sat down rapidly enough that the momentum created enough force to rocket my new chair (aided by the new chair mat) backwards at light speed. I continued downward, narrowly missing my chin on the desk, throwing hot coffee all over my newly painted office. My ass hit the hard mat with massive force.

I could have died, and the only thing I thought was “Thank God everyone else is at lunch.”

In short, my butt hurts, and tomorrow I have to be in a car for hours. Down pillow, anyone?








I read this blog just

I read this blog just once- a moment ago- and it goes in permalinks. Welcome Will Wagner and Babel Log.








Declining Stock Market Have You

Declining Stock Market Have You Down?

Try the huggable investment. Go to I Love Alpacas.

I just saw this on television- and I think they were serious. Actually, I am frightened they are serious.