Archive for the ‘celebutards’ Category

Fashion Industry Douchebags

March 7, 2012

Far be it for me to defend kenye west, who is a world-class douche of the first water, but anti-fur crybabies are far worse on the universal scale of douchebaggery.

Ironic that the people whinging about the lamb’s foetus wool are probably pro-abortion for humans. This is so much crap with you ‘animal cruelty’ titbits. So what if slaughtered lamb’s wool is used for clothing. Would you rather they threw it away after slaughtering the lamb for meat?
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Now that’s some fucken blogging!

March 7, 2012

Bill Quick has been blogging almost as long as we have (’95, but we didn’t call it blogging then, we just posted stuff every day or so) but he is one of the best:

there must be some conservatives out there who aren’t gutless pussies looking to lick the balls of the left in search of votes and approval

Andrew Breitbart: a great man, a great loss

March 3, 2012

When I first saw the news of Andrew Breitbart’s death, upon opening my folder of “re-check all day” blogs and clicking the Big Journalism tab, I thought I misread it. Then, I thought maybe it was one of Mr. Breitbart’s jests, but my heart fell, knowing this would be much too serious a matter about which to joke, with a wife and young children involved.

Drudge didn’t have it right away, but other blogs did, and it began to sink in, and I felt an emptiness in the pit of my stomach. I knew immediately a great presence and leader had been taken from us, and the vicissitudes of the campaign season would be less easy to handle without Andrew to fight on our side.

Truly, a great and shining sword for the cause of conservatism in popular culture, the internet and social media has been forever sheathed.
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Tina Fey is a despicable, talentless hack, but the left loves her for demeaning Palin

February 20, 2012

What a load of bollocks. The left (and no one else) loves Fey because she caricatured Sarah Palin, and with big media assistance, helped push the narrative Palin was stupid and vapid, to the point low information voters actually thought things Fey said were actual Palin quotes (“I can see Russia from my house”).
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You fags are a bunch of retards.

February 14, 2012

This occurred to me when the Vince Vaughan controversy about saying electric cars were for fags (they are) and the gay lobby got their panties all twisted up in their butt-cracks, and not in a good way.

Homosexuals have pretty much settles on “gay” as a euphemism for men who like to suck cock, put their penis in another man’s asshole (tops), have another man put his penis in their asshole (bottoms), or do a little of both (versatile) and other ancillary acts like adoring Madonna.

Ok, that’s gay and that’s cool. The rest of us aren’t referring to that when we use the word “fag” (mostly)- they have decided they want to be called “gay”, and have co-opted the word and it can no longer be used in it’s original sense, it’s so associated with homosexuality (you can’t call it “faggotry”).
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Another Crackhead bites the dust

February 12, 2012

Whitney and Winehouse a few months apart– I’m always sickened by the fact that millions of singers and musicians who are much more talented, disciplined and worthy never make it, while terrible people like Houston and Winehouse get it all handed to them on a silver platter, fame, wealth and stardom, and they piss it away basically because they can’t handle having all the money in the world with which to party.

It reminds me of the PBS special about cocaine where the monkey will keep pushing the button and doing more and more cocaine until it dies. RIP Whitney (Rest In Pipe)

I’ll remember her with a crackpipe in her mouth, or butchering the Nat’l Anthem by changing the melody and chord pattern (hey, she’s just improving on the original, and she’s a star, after all!).

I’m a firm believer in Karma, and while good people get diseases and are involved in accidents, most of the people who OD are bad people who deserve it. They caused a great deal of heartache, harm and pain to others in their life and nothing so becomes them in this world like the leaving of it.

Remaining members of Queen crap on Mercury’s memory once again.

February 4, 2012

Hilarious: lambert was asked when he was on AI, and he turned it down because he thought his solo career was assured. When his album crashed and burned and his career hit a dead end, he accepts.

No wonder John Deacon refuses to speak to May and Taylor.
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Albert Nobbs, where Glenn Close still looks like a man

January 30, 2012

I’ll grant you Glenn Close looks like a man, I’ve always thought so since she last played a man in “Sarah, Plain and Tall”.

Her turn as a “sexy” femme fatale (literally) in “Fatal Attraction” never really clicked for me because, regardless of the supposed wild sex on the kitchen sink (unlikely and uncomfortable, but they got the visual of her turning on the taps and that was what was important, I guess) I never found her believable as an attractive women. I find her less attractive playing a man, but equally sexy, which is not at all.
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Comment of the Day: Kings Speech

January 17, 2012

Ugh, The King’s Speech. Colin Firth and Guy Pearce do a great job of realistically depicting the entitled, snobbish, pampered, unintelligent, effete, lazy, ignorant, xenophobic and repugnant British royalty.
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Bitter old failure Fran Tarkenton joins the haters piling on Tebow

January 13, 2012

Fran Tarkenton, whom I always liked and respected, joins the chorus of idiots making a spectacle of themselves condemning Tim Tebow for supposedly making a spectacle of himself:

The prayer was always pretty much for the same thing: Let there not be any injuries, let everybody play a good game—anything except to win the game. No one ever asked to win the game, probably for fear that God would punish us for asking. After this moment of devotion, the team would all shout in unison, “Now let’s go kill those S.O.B.’s!”…

Does anyone else feel like this is suspiciously similar to the scene in ”North Dallas Forty” where the late great John Matusak says those exact words after the team priest gives the invocation? It could be a case of art imitating life, since author Peter Gent was an ex-pro football players and presumably based the book on personal experience.

However, the anecdote is just a little too pat and the exact line being used leads me to believe Fran, (whom I loved as a scrappy scrambler cursed with a lot of bad teams and bad luck even in Super Bowl years) has had his memories coloured by the movie and back-constructed the tale and might even believe it’s true. Little too ‘on the nose’ for me to swallow, however.
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