Thursday, March 23, 2006

A Must Read

Gerard over at American Digest has given the world "Growl" a satirical masterpiece:
I SAW the second-best minds of my not-so-Great Generation destroyed by Bush Derangement Syndrome, pasty, paunchy, tenured, unelectable, and not looking too sharp naked,

bullshitting themselves through the African-American streets at cocktail hour looking for a Prozac refill,

aging hair-plugged hipsters burning for their ancient political connection to the White House through the machinations of moonbats,

who warred on poverty and Halliburton's Wal-Mart and bulbous-eyed and still high from some bad acid in 1968 set up no-smoking zones on tobacco farms in the unnatural darkness of Darwinistic delusions floating a few more half-baked secular notions like "Let's all worship zero!",

who bared their withered breasts and, he or she, bleated their vaginas' mawkish monologues to John Kennedy's ghost under the capitol dome and french-kissed Mohammedan agents in the gore-drenched redrum rooms of Guantanamo,

who passed gas and on into universities with radiant cool eyes hallucinating President Al Gore and Vice-President Noam Chomsky envisioning world peace among the masters of war and stayed on and stayed on and stayed on sucking off the great teat of academe in upaid student loans and over-paid professorial positions the better to molest the minds of children for decades with every third year off for bad behavior,

For purposes of comparison, the original, by Allen Ginsberg, is here. In retrospect, Gisnberg comes off as pretentious and humorless. Three cheers and a few guffaws for Vanderleun.

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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Nancy Pelosi is a Dope

According to Nancy Pelosi,
"I was told that an entry level person at Wal-Mart, who works his or her entire career at Wal-Mart, would make as much as the CEO makes in two weeks. A lifetime of work versus two weeks in the executive suite -- this is not America, this is not fairness, this is not the basis of a strong middle class that is essential for our democracy. We must change that in our country,"
I must say to Ms. Pelosi that if someone works their entire career at an entry level position at Wal-Mart, they have bigger problems than just a tiny salary. Hopefully, they live in a group home or with concerned family members who can look out for them and make sure that their needs are met. Oh, and Ms. Pelosi, it's called "entry level" for a reason. Just so you know, you are supposed to move UP from there. That's how millions of us Americans have reached the middle class. You know, hard work and all of that other unfair capitalist dogma.


Sunday, March 05, 2006

Muhammed and Me

I found this cartoon (uh, can I say "cartoon" without offending anyone?) at Muhammed and Me.
You have to visit the site and see the rest of the 'toons to get the full effect. Taken in its entirety, it's really very funny. I don't know if he's planning on doing more, but I certainly hope so.


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