Why is it always "Adam & Eve not Adam & Steve" as opposed to "Adam & Eve not Alice & Eve"? Because being "anti gay marriage" is all about the discomfort at the idea of two MEN expressing their love for one another in our patriarchal society.
“We don’t think a child of 13 should be held responsible as a man of 23. That’s true for most people, but black males age 13 who have been raised on the streets and who have joined criminal gangs are as big, strong, tough, scary and culpable as any adult and should be treated as such.”—Ron Paul, the Not-Racist Candidate
…Edward Davies, Ann Romney’s Welsh father, was an engineer, inventor, and entrepreneur who worked on designs for the Gemini space program and helped outfit aircraft carriers. He eventually became the mayor of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He was also a resolute atheist who insisted that his family be raised without participating in an organized religion. “He would say: ‘I’m a scientist, show me the proof’,” a former co-worker told the Telegraph. Davies thought of religion as “drudgery and hogwash,” according to Boston Globe, and his son Roderick told the paper that Davies “considered people who were religious to be weak in the knees.”
I'm not going to make any jokes about Christina Aguilera.
The whole internet has already made enough peed-herself/period-blood/diarrhea jokes about that whole Etta James Funeral Situation.
But from the standpoint of a Colored Person who knows nothing about self-tanner (that’s what we’re going with right? bronzer or something?), how does that happen? I mean, I know about streaking. I’ve seen some zebra-print white girls in my day who didn’t apply evenly. But the tan is running away from her faster than good taste and modesty (please, cover thyself Christina, it’s a funeral, not a brothel). How does a tan run randomly down your legs? Did she just get it done in the limo? Is her vagina a renewable heat source melting the tan? Did her over-singing embarrass not only everyone in attendance but also her fake tanning spray and it too wanted to crawl in a hole and die?
I’m voting for number three.
Watch this mess…with your finger on the volume button because she alternately mumbles incoherently and screeches chalkboard-scratchingly.
…let’s try to sue three of the biggest news sites on the Internet!
The mother of “Toddlers & Tiaras” star Isabella Barrett has filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against three media outlets, claiming their reporting tried to sexualize the 5-year-old’s performance in a web video.
The $30 million libel suit, filed Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court against TMZ.com, The Huffington Post and London’s Daily Mail, stems from the kindergartner’s videotaped rendition of the LMFAO song “I’m Sexy and I Know It.”
Online articles published by the three outlets “brazenly attempt to sexualize” the girl by “claiming she was gyrating in a nightclub and singing about her sex appeal” the suit charges, when she was actually sitting down during the Jan. 9 taping at a Manhattan restaurant. (cont.)
First of all….you know what. Nevermind. Watch the video first. Then we can roast this bitch.
As a companion piece to yesterday’s 18 Newt Gingrich Quotes, I came across this piece from The Little Red Umbrella. I implore every Ron Paul supporter to actually look at his platform before you go blindly throwing support behind that gremlin just because he’s not as full of hatespeech as the other Republican candidates.
I brought it up the other day and everybody was like “duh, we knew that,” and I’m not sure if they really knew that or they were just trying to make me look dumb. Because I forreal thought the Moai were just heads.
I don’t race bait for the hell of it. Most of the people I know and hang out with in real life are in fact White Persons, so it’s not like I spend all my time with a black power fist yelling WHITE DEVIL, WHITE DEVIL!
(That happens. I’ve seen it. She was homeless and crazy, but I still seen it.)
But how many missing white women can you name? Natalee Holloway. Caylee Anthony. Chandra Levy. How many non-white ones can you name? None. And forty percent of missing persons are black folks. That’s almost half. Where is their news coverage? And their sensationalized trial on TV? And their news conferences with crying folks begging for information?
So read about this campaign to highlight the plight of the missing black woman. Some of us haven’t forgotten about you.
18 Newt Gingrich Quotes That Disqualify Him From Ever Being President
These were originally on AddictingInfo.org, but they’ve since disappeared and I couldn’t find the full list posted anywhere when I wanted to reference it to someone this morning.
Lucky for me I save shit on my harddrives like a crazy person. Basically a Hoarder. So let me just save this here for posterity. Because I can’t believe we are actually talking about Newt Gingrich in any kind of serious context right now.
On the way to pick up my phone that I left in a bar last night, I got a bagel from Murray’s. Sesame bagel with scallion cream cheese and sliced lox with tomato and red onions. And a banana. It was delicious, but I ended up giving the banana (and some quarters) to a homeless person. She looked happy about it.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is holding a preview of the New American Wing, open to members only until they unveil it to the public. David and I went, looked at art with lots of old white people, and generally felt upper-crust and cultured.
We wanted to find a wine bar afterward, but the Upper East Side—especially around Museum Mile—is kind of expensive. We ended up at Orsay, a cute little French restaurant on Lexington in the mid-70s, and ordered a couple of fancy French cocktails while talking about how gay boys are generally useless creatures.
I ran into some lost-looking people on the 6 train. They were Japanese tourists who got thrown off by the track work this weekend because the line they wanted to take wasn’t operating. I figured out where they wanted to go but I wasn’t sure they understood my directions since their English wasn’t great. So I told them to follow me and led them where they needed to go, even though it was in the opposite direction of my apartment. They also looked happy.
I got Chinese food. She gave me a free egg roll. I looked happy.