Q. I can’t purchase the Trojan Her Pleasure Vibrating Touch fingertip massager in my state. Why?
A. We’re sorry, but some states prohibit the sale of products such as these.
These states are Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas and Virginia.
For shame, Colorado. For shaaaaame. 🙁
Yes we can! Last week campaign! Thank you! I appreciate!
An Obama impersonator from Japan.
via The Morning News
Hey, remember Victoria Jackson from Saturday Night Live?
I don't want a political label, but Obama bears traits that resemble the anti- Christ and I'm scared to death that un- educated people will ignorantly vote him into office.
You see, what bothers me most, besides being a Communist, and a racist (Obama writes in his book, From Dreams of My Father, "I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and and animosity against my (white) mother's race.") (Obama's "religion" of the last 20 years is Black Liberation Theology. What is that? "It is simply Marxism dressed up in Christian rhetoric. But unlike traditional Marxism, Black Liberation Theology emphasizes race rather than class. It's leading theorist is James Cone who says Jesus was black, African-Americans are the chosen people, and whites are the devil. Cone says, "What we need is the destruction of whiteness, which is the source of human misery in the world." The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor), is that he is a LIAR. He pretends to be a Christian and he incriminates himself everytime he speaks about Christianity. To lie about being a believer in Christ is very dangerous. Lightning could strike him at any minute! But seriously, he doesn't have a clue what the Bible says and yet he pretends to be a church- going Christian to win votes. That is sooooo evil.
Wayne of The Flaming Lips constructed a double-necked guitar with one real guitar neck and one Guitar Hero guitar neck. He put a Kaoss pad in the strummy area of the fake neck, which is cool, but I can’t tell if the Guitar Hero buttons actually do anything. It would be very disappointing if they don’t.
As the election comes to a close, I find myself more easily able to investigate right-wing arguments. Most of the time, when I try to entertain opposing points of view, my guard goes up and the less sense an argument makes (they rarely make much sense) the bigger a headache I get from trying to take it seriously. But with the election looking a lot like it’s over, I don’t have to feel threatened by broken logic, and I’m able to let ignorance wash over me — rather than constantly try to come up with the counter-point to every point.
I’m optimistic that this will continue after the election. Hopefully, I’ll be able to bask in the post-partisan glow and stomach enough of the crazy BS to find some of conservatism’s considered principles. Broaden my horizons a bit.
In the meantime, enjoy the schadenfreude of Michael Medved’s “For Conservatives, Obama’s Changes Would Be Permanent and Devastating” and “The comprehensive argument against Barack Obama”, which contains this line in the second paragraph:
What follows is by no means comprehensive