Sunday, March 29, 2015

Abnormal Psychology

For people like Ed Driscoll, advocating reductions in tax rates and opposing common core are entirely different things from cutting babies clitorises off. They literally cannot see that these are essentially the same thing. These unfortunates deserve our pity as much as our poop.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The Year Was 2013...

... and there was suffering.

Do you remember how you suffered when the government shut down? So much suffering. What historians will remember about the government shutdown of '13, is all of the very specific suffering that objectively was caused by the government shutdown to have occurred to numerous actual people who I could totally name. Oh, the suffering. How the dickensian hoards of Joads suffered, even as those TUUUUUUURRRRRRRRDSSS continued to get paid. The suffering at one point got so bad, I almost would have been able to tell that the government had been shut down even if no one had told me. Let us never forget the nightmare that we must suffer if ever again the Legislature betrays its sacred duty to immediately rubber stamp the federal budget without hesitation or deliberation. Or our future suffering could be as bad as the suffering that we suffered in that terrible year of suffering.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Doy doy doy

Get a load of this MO-ron! We have UNDERWATER boats now!


There was a time, not so long ago, when the corporate shills could have gotten away with this. When the sheeple wouldn't have taken "whatever" to mean intercourse, and "I am up for" to indicate a lack of consent. No more. The Millenials have had their consciousness raised.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Better make it illegal to go out of business.

As if there were some kind of invisible hand at work. Top men are working on this, I'm sure, who have not been brainwashed by Faux News (that's French) to yammer about trickle-down voodoo like "they have to make a certain amount of profit in order to pay employees".

Thursday, March 12, 2015