Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Monday, January 12, 2009

Sea kittens!

PETA have decided that nobody would hurt a fish if it were called a sea kitten.

  • "Got any threes? Go sea kitten!"
  • "Come ye after me, and I will make you to become sea kitteners of men."
  • "The authorities were criticized for going on a sea kittening expedition."
Mmm, sea kitten sticks would go down real good with some hush puppies.

And think of poor Jessica Simpson when faced with a can of tuna:

"Is Chicken of the Sea chicken?"
"No, it's sea kitten."

Tuna are pretty big, though. I'm not sure they'd be sea kittens. Sea cats, maybe, or sea tigers.

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Hamas = Hate

Islam is again revealed to be a bloodthirsty, morally bankrupt institution.

Since Israel has retaliated against Hamas in Gaza for the constant shelling of civilian targets in southern Israel, Hamas has been crying foul and screaming for revenge.

A leader of Hamas, Mahmoud Zahar, is quoted as saying, "They have legitimised the murder of their own children by killing the children of Palestine. They have legitimised the killing of their people all over the world by killing our people."

In other words, because Israel is defending itself against the rockets from Gaza, a worldwide genocide has been declared against all Jews, including children.

Way to overreact and disclaim any responsibility for your actions, Hamas.

The extremist brand of Islam exemplified by these people is the most thin-skinned, whiniest, vengeful, rabid, spiteful, hate-filled group of assclowns I've ever seen.

They need to shut the fuck up and grow the fuck up.

Sunday, January 04, 2009

Hamas hates Gazans

"Oh, my goodness! We rocketed Israel, and now they attack us! Why?"

Friday, January 02, 2009

Village Voice lays off Nat Hentoff

The New York Times reports that the Village Voice has laid off Nat Hentoff.

Hentoff, 83, worked for the Voice for the last 50 years. His articles on civil liberties and his writing on jazz are legendary.

The Village Voice was sold in 2005 to New Times Media, and since then about half of its employees have been cut.


Hentoff will continue writing for United Media and the Wall Street Journal.

Thursday, January 01, 2009