Friday, May 30, 2008

OK, so this guy thinks that there are peeping toms checking out his daughters so he sets up a video camera. It records something that the guy believes is irrefutable evidence of alien life. He will not release the video yet but did give news outlets this video still:

What's bizarre is that he actually proved his original suspicion. The peeping tom just happens to be wearing a Punisher t-shirt...

Thursday, May 29, 2008


- Ella, talking to her cat.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Uh Oh

It's about a girl and what she did to my head over about three weeks in '01.

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

A Kuwaiti man released from U.S. custody at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in 2005 blew himself up in a suicide attack in Iraq last month, Pentagon officials said Wednesday. Abdullah Saleh al-Ajmi was one of two Kuwaitis who took part in a suicide attack in Mosul on April 26, the officials said. Records show that an attack in Mosul that day targeted an Iraqi police patrol and left six people dead, including two police officers.

If al-Ajmi wasn't a terrorist before he got to Guantanamo, apparently we gave him ample reason to be one.

If al-Ajmi was a terrorist before he got to Guantanamo, why was he released?

No matter how you slice it, a failure on the part of Bush.

Say, how many does he need to get before he's impeached, anyway?

Jesus, if only the man would blow his load on a dress...
Police authorities in the US city of Philadelphia are investigating a video showing officers kicking and beating three suspects pulled from a car during a traffic stop. [...] The city's police commissioner on Tuesday said the video "certainly does not look good", but stressed the force did not want to "rush to judgement".

Police have an awful strange habit of calling for cool heads and lucid contemplation immediately after a dozen of those officers did neither.

Critics of today's major DEA drug bust at a San Diego college campus called the sting operation a "ridiculous, nonsensical waste of DEA resources." Ninety-six people, including 75 San Diego State University students, were arrested for charges stemming from possession and sales of cocaine, marijuana, ecstasy and other drugs. "It would be different if they picked one or two of the worst offenders, or if there was violence involved, but what is the point of this? Don't they have anything better to do than go after college kids?" asked Ethan Nadelmann, founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, which promotes alternatives to the war on drugs.

I'm certainly no fan of the war on drugs but isn't justice blind? Nobody is entitled to special dispensation. What's good for minorities on the streets of Los Angeles is certainly good enough for upper class white kids with a degree hanging in the balance.

I can just imagine one of these parents sitting at a kitchen table and thinking to themselves, "You mean my child's future is destroyed because of twenty-eight grams of a plant that's less toxic than salt? My god, this War on Drugs thing is ridiculous!"

Yep. In 2006 alone it put 829,625 cannabis smokers behind bars.

So welcome to the club. Ready to call your Congressman yet?

Monday, May 05, 2008

Another day at the "let them eat cake" Whitehouse. This is Tony Fratto whoring himself wholesale at the May 1st Whitehouse press briefing:

Fratto: Victoria?
Press: Um, in the new Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll, only fifteen percent of people think that the country is moving in the right direction and twenty seven percent approve of the job that the president's doing. To what does he attribute this and is he concerned about this?
Fratto: Uh ...I don't think he was paying attention to it.
Press: Do you think that perhaps he should?
Fratto: No.

She continued to ask "why" but Tony moved on to someone else.

Listen for yourself.