WARNING: No minced words here. İ rake the muck of the 'other', the so-called open-minded side who's preference is to whine and distort reality. If still suckling mom's tit or warped by delusions of polıtıcally correct equality you WİLL be offended by such materıal. Welcome to Reality.

Peek-a-boo we need to see you


The Belgium Interior Affairs Committee has put a smackdown on Muslim "religious rights" in this the so-called evil, decadent, infidel West by unanimously declaring: "Wearing the burqa in public is not compatible with an open, liberal, tolerant society."

They are absolutely correct.

The burqa and niqab (pictured above) are much more repressive devices than they are religious or fashionable statements, anyway. And in our present world, these cultural garments been easily employed to hide men, outlaws, and bombs. This Islamic tool is a security threat to the rest of the world, and, for the many non-suicide bombs, the mandated cover-ups are still simply au contraire with an open and liberal society. Open and liberal. 

Speaking for the Committee, whose measure must now pass the House of Representatives, Frenchy Daniel Bacquelaine reasoned, "We cannot allow someone to claim the right to look at others without being seen." Touche.

Universal health coverage in America

About this time last year I wrote about the absence of health insurance among my age group. More accurately, the disinterest in paying for life and health insurance. I had read about tontine insurance which sounds like a good deal but, unfortunately, is no longer around. Now, with the historic healthcare bill becoming law of the land, every citizen will not be turned away from medical service and must buy some form of health insurance. 

I believe it will prove a good thing that every man, no matter how poor, will not be left to die just because he is without a fat insurance coverage, but does this mean wanderers like me have to settle down and schlep through a goddamn 9to5 just to afford a basic insurance plan?
I never wonder to see men wicked but I often wonder to see them not ashamed.

Jonathan Swift
In any combat between fanaticism and common sense the latter has rarely the upper hand.

 Memoirs of Hadrian (Marguerite Yourcenar)

Me happy with my new passport

I know just how you feel, baby. I have my new passport, too!!
& THIS MARKS MY 300th POST. Booyah!

Don't lose your head during Spring Break

With so many fresh barbaric killings taking place in Mexico it is somewhat surprising that MTV insists on hosting its annual Spring Break show in, of all places, Acapulco where just one week ago four decapitated heads were included in the sum of twenty-seven fresh kills---in one day. But it's only somewhat surprising. MTV is, after all, only "responsible" and "somber" when it comes to celebrating or justifying low behaviour or homosexuality.
 Will Mexico shootings kill Spring Break Buzz?
In Puerto Vallarta, where I vacation, we have yet to have any headless corpses or the type of shoot-em-up violence which typifies Tijuana, Ciudad Juarez, and Sinaloa; but that hardly makes choosing to Spring Break in Mexico, period, an okay choice this year.

Surely, they sell enough tequila in Florida, Texas, California, New Mexico and every other State in the Union to get plastered enough to act a fool without putting oneself in the crossfire(?) of drug cartels.

Guess who appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show?

Why, yes, the lesbian who ruined her school's prom! Just like I predicted four days ago. Miss DeGeneres in tandem with the Tonic website presented the girl with $30,000 check toward her college education, which is only codespeak for become-a-gay-activist.

Any jive to add to that "Tullinge"?  

Paranoia causes security scare II

A family man wearing a plain T-shirt with the small message "Freedom or Die" on it was asked to change his clothing by security personnel. Said the security officer:

Some airlines get a bit worried by T-shirts with what you have got on, it might be a bit threatening.

The UK airport has apologized for the "overzealous" gaffe, stating it has no T-shirt slogan policy, but the incident highlights the fickleness of all this high security measure bull and, incidentally, reminds us of the great safety compromise before us: freedom or death?

To a govt, freedom is not always an attractive thing to encourage in its citizens. At present we have high-alert fear tactics fronted as security measures that are cowing us into paranoia, willing to give up all personal information along with jewelry, loose change, shoes and flip-flops, belts, hats, pens, pen knives, hand lotion, liquids, lunch, manuscripts et cetera

Lesbian ruins prom for everyone

Constance McMillen, a lesbian teenager in Mississippi, doesn't know the meaning of "going stag". She wants to wear a tuxedo and take her girlfriend to the high school prom, knowing full well it violates the dress and ethics code. As a lesbian her mind cannot understand this and, of course, she must take it up as her cause. What better way to stand out in all of the school than to be remembered as thee homosexual standing up (with ACLU) against community mores and blobblyblob.

Lesbians! This is such bull.

Honey, dress like a young lady, let your brother escort you to the prom and, if you must, then clandestinely snoggle your vagina momma in a back, dark corner. Decency! Is it truly so impossible to appreciate?

Coco Before Chanel

I like biographies and enjoyed the recent movie, Coco Before Chanel, based on the early life of fashion designer, Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel. I adore her streak of daring and independence. She thought men dressed more comfortably than women so she adapted----not adopted----menswear to fit her (as opposed to feminist poster boys Fran Lebowitz, Ellen DeGeneres, or Diane Keaton who keep raiding the boys section of department stores). Miss Chanel (she never married) dressed and carried herself like a lady, not a woman in drag...although that meant squat to a young, sexy Brigitte Bardot who famously dismissed the designer's offer of refinement as "haute coutre is for grannies."   

Below is a cozy five minute NPR interview about Miss Chanel's fabulous apartment/work studio on 31 Rue Cambon. Enjoy

A*hole Beck made into lauhing stock

Three-and-half minute clip from Glenn Beck's now infamous interview with Eric Massa highlights the asshole host's slow burn boil over (and salivating pettiness for all things against Obama). Sublime.

Because Gabourey Sidibe IS enormous

Howard Stern, ever tasteless, tactless and creepy, is apparently personally offended by the recent fame of newcomer Gabourey Sidibe. As a rabid fan of hot porno bimbos, lesbians and dumb blond boobies, Mr Stern is disgusted that Hollywood is being so nice to the, admittedly, rotund actress. Said he:

Without a doubt Miss Sidibe is very fat. She is a black, obese caricature of a woman. Maybe she'll carve out for herself a niche in show business. Being typecast is not a bad thing if one can milk it and earn a living. Contrary to the likes of Johnny Depp, Will Smith, or Meryl Streep not every actor is out to prove his versatility at the big pretend known as acting. Most Hollywood legends are endeared to us by one, maybe two roles they played anyway; so versatility is what it is but it ain't everything.

So long as Miss Sidibe remains the "enormous" girl she is, then, yes, she will play fat bitch roles. We were introduced to her in a dramatic movie but perhaps she'll knock us dead in comedy. I personally think she needs to change her diet and lifestyle and lose all of that weight. She is too, too damn big. Obesity is not a good thing. But she's not a fashion model, she's an actress. And as an actor Miss Sidibe was not a token nominee for Best Actress alongside acting giants Helen Mirren and Meryl Streep. Her nomination and acclaim were earned. Ergo, big and all, she.can.act.
Mr Stern is odd and odd-looking, sophomoric, repulsive, and mildly talented; so who does he think he is to put the kibosh on Miss Sidibe's aspirations?

As for Howard Stern, the man is a loser who's found his niche and doing quite well. Mr Stern is not attractive let alone handsome, nor eloquent or charming, nor thought-provoking; he is not constructive or well respected or a beacon of his craft. Put another way, Mr Stern is ugly, odd and odd-looking, crass, crude, sophomoric, repulsive, perverted, provocative and mildly talented; so who does he think he is to put the kibosh on Miss Sidibe's aspirations? And as for his black sidekick Robin Quivers----calling  Oprah a liar for encouraging the girl's potential----I can't stand that laughing bitch.

My name is Glenn Beck


I am an asshole
my name is Glenn Beck
I hate Obama
because he is black.
Yes I am an asshole 
and my name is Glenn Beck


 [Obama] is a guy who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture. I don't know what it is....
---Glenn Beck

Black Barbie costs less $$

Right now at Walmart shoppers can buy a black Barbie doll for half the price of a regular blond, blue-eyed Barbie doll. Theresa, as the pigment endowed counterpart is named, is on sale at $3 while Malibu-esque Barbie retails for $5.93. And the problem is...what? Shouldn't this be a good thing...or am I just a cheap, stingy so-and-so?
Well, okay, I am a cheap so-and-so but, notwithstanding, shouldn't paying less be a good thing? Especially during #!%@! economic recession!

Never mind the two dolls were initially priced the same before seasonal re-inventory affected markdowns I do not see where a racist controversy is afoot. It seems to me, black Barbies should cost less anyway since it's not black families living large in Malibu and vanilla suburbs. 

Mexican is 'richest man' in the world

Say whuh?!

Mexican billionaire, as if one has to emphasize billionaire, Carlos Slim is now ranked by Forbes Magazine as thee richest man in the world. A Mexican! Who would've thunk it? This is the first time anyone from a developing country has topped the famous list, which also included a Brazilian fat cat along with two from India.

Fyi, much of the reason why Americans Bill Gates and Warren Buffet 'failed' to hold the spot this year is because they've taken to giving away billions of their fortune. Philanthropy. Logically, the less billions of dollars one has, the less chance he has of being ranked "the richest". But this takes nothing away from Mr Slim's accomplishment...and, apparently, the richest man title means little to him. He prefers inexpensive, boring suits and does not lead a flashy, rich lifestyle. But something tells me the man has surely increased his security detail.

U.S. lawmakers reject pullout from Afghanistan

Bless his soul, Dennis Kucinich, is a Washington Democratic politician who actually has one. A soul/conscience/moral compass, that is. Yesterday, the congressman presented a bill to the House calling for damn near immediate withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. The bill was overwhelmingly rejected. Whoa. Defeat, yes, but also, in a bigger sense, a winner because the measure's rejection rammed home a reality check to many Americans: F*ck you! We, U.S. Congress, tell you how we want things to go.

So much for "govt for the people, by the people" illusion.

And so much for President Obama's big ass anti-war stance. He, as we were so often reminded during the campaign, voted against the Iraq War because he, as we were so often told, knew from the get-go it was a wrong, ill-conceived, and bogus confrontation. Yet, as President, Obama is more concerned with winning the goddamn tragedy than ending it. I don't think it is about oil so much as it is about his ego. He wants to show that he's tough and imposing. But he isn't; Obama is not a tough guy. He is a charming nerd.
Reality check to many Americans: F*ck you! We, U.S. Congress, tell you how we want things to go
President Obama will not win this war because he is not a fighter, let alone a war president. He is absent of the hard-knuckle, sweaty, domineering toughness that strongmen and bullies, alike, possess that make others move when glanced or shouted at. He is void of any soldier or gangster skills. A man who forwent curriculum at any school of hard knocks as well as military training is far from the best strategist during war. But that's why the nation voted him United States President: to bring home the troops and use his Harvard U. intelligence to right the economy! His unsuitability to engage in war did not matter because we believed the man would not perpetuate the blunderous wars. Well!

Not only has President Obama gone forward with fighting in Afghanistan but now we know the Democratic controlled House of Representatives supports this war as well; a war which they so vehemently denounced up to twelve months ago. 

His unsuitability to engage in war did not matter because we believed the man would not perpetuate the wars

Another fatal Facebook hook-up

Another homicide in England has been linked to Facebook. That makes two in less than two weeks. It should not really come as a surprise. The social networking site is a popular conduit for connecting people. There's nothing that says only good people use Facebook or that people only want to share trivia, snapshots, personal rants. Some people, most people, are about connecting for good things and laughs; but, as evidenced by these corpses, some people want to connect to kill.

Why so many people desire to live transparent lives, sharing all of their business, movements and seemingly random thoughts with perfect stranger "friends" beats the hell out of me. Am surprised the phrase, Mind your own business!, hasn't died out yet. Friends say I'm too old-fashioned but I, for one, am not dying to join Facebook. 

I use email, letters and postcards, and the occasional telephone call to stay in touch. And my travel web log,of course. Otherwise it's see ya when I see ya. That's how I goes through life (and, yes, I say 'goes').

Worst Actor of the decade goes to....


Eddie Murphy?!

In syncopation with the Academy Awards the Raspberry Awards dished out their golden Razzies for awfulness for the thirtieth year running. Two thousand-nine's big "winners" were Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (worst picture), Sandra Bullock (worst actress), all three Jonas Brothers (worst actors), and in a category especially combined for 2009, 
Land Of The Lost "won" for being the worst prequel, remake, rip-off, sequel. Damn. Don't think I even heard of that movie.

And in honor of their thirtieth "Razziversary" and the passing decade, the organization felt obliged to highlight some notable hams, hacks and, unfortunately not yet, has-beens.
  • Battlefield Earth took top prize for Worst Picture of the Decade. The Razzie organization also bothered to add the movie was the "worst drama of our first 25 years". Ouch.
  • Eddie Murphy garnered recognition for being the Worst Actor of the Decade for winning three of the twelve times he has been nominated. (Left unsaid is that Mr Murphy is box-office gold, being among the top five big draws in Hollywood which explains why he gets away with making ridiculous crap like Adventures of Pluto Nash and Showtime which linger in the shadow of The Nutty Professor, Beverly Hills Cop, Dreamgirls. Soooo...Mr Murphy is laughing his rich black ass all the way to the bank. Eh huh,huh,huh,huh!). 
  • Paris Hilton unsurprisingly was distinguished as Worst Actress of the Decade. Need I say more? Hell, need any of us say more about Paris Hilton!

    Homosexual soldiers

    Commented Yahoo! user Jimbobber:
    I think all this anti-gay-in-the-military talk is ridiculous. In fact, the gays are probably the strongest and bravest soldiers we have in the US military. I believe we should even allow our military to formulate an entire mult-branch force consisting entirely of our brave, strong, gay soldiers and bestow upon them the exclusive right and privilege of leading all attacks on foreign soil, and I truly believe this should commence immediately!

    9/11 IS a big lie

    Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a cupid of controversy and Eastern opposition, "shocked" the world by declaring the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers "a big lie". Here's how Mr Ahmadinejad put it:
    September 11 was a big lie and a pretext for the war on terror and a prelude to invading Afghanistan...a complicated intelligence scenario and act.

    Mr Ahmadinejad is a smiling nutter, that went pound-for-pound for madness with our former president the Monkey, but everything he says is not hyperbole. The big attack that has forever demarcated memories was only a surprise to those of us who did not see it coming; the Bush Administration is not included in that blind lot. It was an inside job. Buildings do not fall neatly into themselves from being missiled.   

    Now we hail the bravery of great men like Galileo Galilei, Christopher Columbus, Socrates, Johannes Gutenberg for their discoveries in the face of Authority and conventional wisdom and laugh that, at one time, the world could have ever been so backwards as to believe otherwise; but like the blood-thirty, buffoonery public of Antiquity too many among us still decry those who now challenge and expose official govt versions. Am reminded of a powerful scene in C.S. Lewis' The Magician's Nephew that well illustrates the point I wish to strike:

    And the longer and more beautiful the Lion sang, the harder Uncle Andrew tried to make himself believe that he could hear nothing but roaring. Now the trouble about trying to make yourself stupider than you really are is that you very often succeed. Uncle Andrew did. He soon did hear nothing but roaring in Aslan's song. Soon he couldn't have heard anything else even if he had wanted to. And when at last the Lion spoke and said, "Narnia awake," he didn't hear any words: he heard only a snarl.

    Mr Ahmadinejad is not America's ally. Nor is he Israel's ally. And neither is he incorrect in calling the official U.S. version of the so-called foreign invasion on September eleventh a big lie. It is.

    Am beginning to doubt President Obama


    Am beginning to doubt Obama
    am beginning to doubt he can 
    bring about the change 
    that he promised all the land

    His skills (hope) are yet forthcoming
    his demands are still ever grand
    but his convictions when tested
    recede like footprints in the sand

    Am beginning to see Obama 
    for the historical footnote he is
    not a milestone. Or revolution;
    or anything so cataclysmic

    My black President Obama.
    Oh what a wonderful fact!
    Yet the man has never fought in his life
    and in a leader that is a major lack

    Am beginning to doubt Obama
    am beginning to doubt the man
    can do anything beyond 
    making promises again and again


    If I'm following a general, and he's leading me into a battle, and the enemy tends to give him rewards, or awards, I get suspicious of him. Especially if he gets a peace award before the war is over

    Malcolm X

    Germany outlaws home-schooling

    Ahhh, so uber liberal Germany persecutes home-schooling?!

    Last summer a German friend scoffed at our American puritanical ways of, as he arrogantly put it, protecting one from himself. He scoffed at our laws against open bottles, buying liquor on Sundays, smoking, abortion, suicide because, in his progressive post-Berlin Wall attitude, a person always knows what is best for himself and acts accordingly; that govt has no right to stop a man from hurting himself, be it intentional or otherwise.
    European countries...with their heightened devotion to recycling, gay rights, carbon footprints, mayonnaise and nudity, home-schooling is...evil and...unpatriotic?
    Now I learn that a German family has been granted political asylum in America because they wanted to home-school their Christian children away from the compulsory vulgar and atheist curriculum that is German education. Huh! Germany, along with other European countries, deems parents ill qualified and detrimental to teach their own children literature, mathematics, morality and the basics. So in those countries, with their haughty, heightened devotion to recycling, gay rights, carbon footprints, mayonnaise and nudity, home-schooling is somehow...evil and...unpatriotic?  Now who's the Big Brother! 

    Starbucks caught in cross-fire

    The unbelievable hoopla involving Starbucks and the Second Amendment (unbelievable because it involves Starbucks at all) brings to mind anew the Aesop's Fable where the Lion allows himself to be declawed, detoothed, and emasculated from his nature so that others feel at ease being around him. The new and improved and nice----'civilized', 'modernized', 'contemporized', 'metrosexual', 'humanized'----Lion is then easily subdued and carted off to realize his untapped circus or taxidermy potential, or something like that. 

    Gun-control advocates, weak people who've excelled at academics or liberal politics and little else, would have you, like the Lion, believe that a gun-free world makes you safer because it makes you a nicer person and the world a nicer place filled with other nice people. Apparently, they've never heard of Attila the Hun, Jeffery Dahmer, the Boston Strangler, or the Marquis de Sade. 

    A person or a people made defenseless is just that: defenseless, open prey, easy pickings, a pushover for any malefactor or oppressive govt that comes along.
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