Why are people that were criticizing me for "not being patriotic" several years back (when I supported international law for not wanting to invade a sovereign state) now talking to me about seceding from the Union?
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Dark Room Sex Game is an award-winning multiplayer, erotic rhythm game without any visuals, played only by audio and haptic cues. The game can be played with Nintendo Wiimote controllers or a keyboard...
In Dark Room Sex Game, the player works with his or her partner to find a mutual rhythm, then speeds up gradually until climax. In four-player “orgy” mode, players swap partners randomly and compete to reach orgasm the fastest.
I hope they're a little less chatty when doing the real thing...
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Who cares about Barack Obama's father, his mother, or his "own American journey"? Is his journey so noteworthy that it needs to be intruded into a presidential speech on weighty matters of constitutional law and public policy, of civil liberties and national security?
Didn't we go to war to avenge our last president's daddy?
Or was it just the oil that was intruded into weighty matters of constitutional law and public policy, of civil liberties and national security?
What a butthead.
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Soon eighteen years olds wont be able to get credit cards quite as easily... but they can bring their favorite guns into national parks!
I love America.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
ZACATECAS, Mexico (Reuters) - Suspected members of a Mexican drug cartel disguised as federal police swept into a prison in the northern state of Zacatecas on Saturday and freed 53 inmates, police and army officials said.
The early-morning jailbreak, which took less than five minutes and involved no violence, was carried out by 20 heavily armed men who arrived in 10 vehicles and a helicopter, they said.
All of the escaped prisoners are believed to be members of the armed wing of Mexico's Gulf Cartel, one of the country's most powerful criminal organizations.
I mean, you just can't make this shit up... unless your Robert Rodriguez, of course.
It sure looks like the Mexican government is losing its battle against the "drug gangs" and as a southern California resident, I'm looking forward to quieter times in Mexico.
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Saturday, May 2, 2009
I just got off the phone with former Major League Baseball star and the current Junior Senator from the great state of Kentucky--home of today's big race. I have an in with the Republican Party in the U.S. Senate and hope to land more of these interviews. I have long felt that liberals don't take enough time to learn about their political enemies, thus I hope to redress this situation with a weekly series of interviews with prominent Republicans.