A blog dedicated to the researchers who dyed a captured chimp's fur pink, then released it. The other chimps promptly tore it to pieces.

Friday, September 29, 2006

Selected post titles from Yahoo message boards

Foley resigns from Congress over e-mails - Yahoo News

GOP = Group Of Pedophiles
So Jimmy, Do You Like Gladiator Movies?
PNAC and NAMBLA to merge

and my personal favorite:

No Child's Behind Left

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Sample of released version of Bush's NIE

Bush orders Iraq intelligence report made public
Townsend defended the decision not to release the whole document, saying the few key judgments held back "go directly to national security concerns" and there were fears about disclosing sources and methods.


It is perfectly clear that George W. Bush and the members of his administration were foolish in their decision to invade Iraq and have greatly failed as leaders.

Released version:

It is perfectly clear that George W. Bush ___ ___ _______ __ _is a_____________ ____ _______ __ _____ ________ __ ______ ____ ___ ____ great__ ______ __ leader_.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

How to file a complaint with the FCC

Just in case you'd, you know, ever want to for any reason.

E-mail complaints should be sent to fccinfo@fcc.gov

You can also call them toll-free at 1-888-CALLFCC

Like they always say, it's your government. Put it to good use.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

And tomorrow, George and Laura will jet off to Florida

to attend the Memorial Goat Book Reading Ceremony. Oddly enough, the goat book reading, the 9/11 event most often associated with President Bush by the American people, has seemingly been overlooked in ABC's miniseries. So I guess it's not really based on fact, just like they said.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

I found this quite interesting

Lieberman defends 1998 rebuke of Clinton (Yahoo News)
By JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN, Associated Press Writer
Fri Sep 8, 10:43 PM ET

STRATFORD, Conn. - Sen. Joe Lieberman defended his reprimand of former President Clinton for his involvement with a White House intern, dismissing rival Ned Lamont's claim that he turned the 1998 rebuke into a spectacle.

The interesting part is, I don't remember hearing a word about Lamont's original claim in the media prior to Joe's rebuttal, which makes front pages nationally. They're giving Lamont the Al Gore treatment where the best he can hope for is to be ignored rather than smeared. That darn liberal media again.

Breaking: Bush plans memorial goat book reading

to mark the 5th anniversary of 9/11. Should serve quite nicely to remind everyone what a useless wad o' fuck he was back then and remains today.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Great Moments in Presidential Leadership

Found on a Yahoo message board:

George Washington - turns Continental Army away from Yorktown. Washington then orders the army to attack British possessions in the Caribbean, in an effort to show the King George III that the new United States will not be intimidated. Later, he parades a few captured British soldiers around and makes a speech about how much safer the country is under his wise leadership and how only disloyal Americans would criticize his war in the Caribbean.

Abraham Lincoln - removes the US Army at Gettysburg and gives speech quoting Jefferson Davis, who, after all, is a major threat to the nation. Orders US troops to attack Delaware, to show the Southern states who’s boss. Lincoln then goes on a political speaking tour to explain that although he lost Pennsylvania to the Confederacy, the other states are really much safer than they were in 1861.

Woodrow Wilson - responds to German torpedoing of American ships by ordering the US Army to attack German forces in South West Africa to scare Kaiser Wilhelm into surrendering. We’re safer fighting Germans over there than over here, says Wilson.

FDR - after Pearl Harbor and Germany's declaration of war, gives a speech to Congress in which he quotes the Emperor of Japan and Hitler, who might be growing powers that threaten us. Sends troops to Spain to depose Franco in an attempt to scare Hitler and other fascists around the world; civil war breaks out and US troops are caught in the middle. Hitler makes videos laughing at US incompetence, millions flock to the Nazi banner. FDR goes on speaking tour to explain that although there are now more fascists in the world than ever before, the US is really much safer with Franco out of the picture.

Following in the footsteps of these other great presidents, George W. Bush removes military resources from Afghanistan and the hunt for the person responsible for killing 3,000 Americans, gets the US caught in a massive quagmire in Iraq, turns the entire Muslim world against us, loses the support of many of our allies, and then tells the country how much safer we are.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

And we wonder why the children of celebrities so often turn to drugs