21 April 2006

Everybody has problems



I’m serious, why does Zawahiri insist on making nice with these infidel college dickslaps? Okay, so a few dhimmis throw us a few bucks every month. But Holy fucking Prophet, otherwise they’re as useless as tits on an Imam. “Sorry, Zarkman, can’t help you with the wiring diagrams, my Ph.D. is in deconstructivist semiotics,” whatever the fuck that means. I mean, holy dung, how do these motards chew gum and protest march at the same time? And the ones that actually do get over here never want to volunteer for anything other than being a stupid hostage, and then they start whining for vegan meals and high-speed internet, and then they get all pissy and crying when you actually cut off one of the other’s heads. Helloooooo, Moby McMoonbeam: that’s what you fucking hostages are for. Shit, I swear the only victory we’ve had lately is when Team Satan came and took those Unitarian peace creeps off our hands. Your problem now, dawg.


It’s always hard to find good help.

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It was always about keeping us employed

Page one in the Wall Street Journal today:

Booming Economy Leaves the IMF Groping for Mission

What about the mission of shutting down and getting out of the way?

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Because they would all be used up!

[source, source]

Iran’s leaders have reiterated their call for Israel’s annihilation, announcing the advancement of the Iranian nuclear program, and winning a seat on the United Nations’ Disarmament Commission.

Maybe the mullahs will describe their genocidal plans for starting a nuclear war as “disarming Israel”. I bet the UN would believe it.

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Inadvertent confirmation

[source, source]

In diminishing the effectiveness of his press interactions, the [Canadian] Prime Minister is indirectly encouraging reporters to fan out to look elsewhere for news, a radical notion that’s not in his interest and will lead to scrutiny no administration can sustain.

As noted, ony some one completely encapsulated in the Old Media bubble could fail to see what a damning admission this is. Murrow forbid that any reporter should actually go out and look for news.

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