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Saturday, July 21, 2012

The Republicans or The Greens?

Filed under: | BS Patrol

Good Lord! Here’s another unsolicited e-mail…this time from Charlotte Taittinger of Social Animal:

Hi Macker’s World,

Guess who’s behind this video, produced by Boylan Studios New York?

Yours truly,

Charlotte Taittinger  

Social Animal

And my reply:

I don’t know who you are, but let me state categorically that the Greens are just that on the outside, and Red on the inside. All for Al’s Gorebull Warming.

Is there a Full Moon out tonight or what!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Tweet Of The Day

Filed under: | BS Patrol

‘Nuff Said.

Thursday, March 08, 2012

Der Führer Can’t Even Score

Filed under: | BS Patrol | Humor

Let’s face it…no matter how the FCTM™ screams, rants and rages about poor little Miss Sandra Fluke, the fact remains…she’s a DAMNED SLUT! To wit, Hitler rants about how he can’t get laid by her, with all that birth control she demands!

Either that…or she’s the Madam of The Best Little Whorehouse in Georgetown!

Monday, February 27, 2012

And The Nominees Are…

Filed under: | BS Patrol

Actually, I didn’t watch the Oscars last night and didn’t care to. I’ll bet the ratings reflect that reality. But I digress.
No, this list of 188 individuals and 43 organizations is for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, which as we all know is a damn joke, especially since Обама won it for his unaccomplishments, barely nine months into his Occupancy of the Oval Office. Oh, and did I mention Yasser Arafat?
Let’s see who else is on this list:

Bill Clinton! What’s that old Horndog up to now?
Helmut Kohl He was Chancellor during Germany’s reunification in 1990.
Yulia Tymoshenko! She who was of the Orange Revolution is now sitting in Jail.
And even our favorite Wikileaks Traitor, Bradley Manning! made the list. He’s also sitting in Jail.
Most of the organizations (and nearly everyone else) are a bunch of no-names, and then there is Algae-zeera!
Should be pretty obvious just how valuable this prize is nowadays. As I said, a damn joke.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Strangely Familiar

Filed under: | Axis of Donks | BS Patrol

Got this in my e-mail box about twenty minutes ago. See if you can tell what’s so Strangely Familiar about it:

Friday, January 20, 2012

The Government Can

Filed under: | BS Patrol | Humor

And here’s a parody by Tim Hawkins, with Apologies to Sammy Davis, Jr.:

Sunday, January 01, 2012

More Onerous Bulls**t For 2012

Filed under: | BS Patrol

As time progresses, the creep of the Government into our daily lives has continued unabated under Президент Обама, especially in states where Demo☭rats control the Legislature.
To wit: more than 200 laws go into effect in Обамастан, where among other things, all passengers...not just the driver and front passenger…must now buckle up or face a $25 fine.
Or in DC, where there’s a 10 percent “technology fee” on top of a Rental License which ranges anywhere from $173 to well over $200. Don’t even start if you’re looking to set up a food booth.
Yet, people just lie there and take it. They must be thinking of England.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Your Taxpayer Dollars At Work

Filed under: | BS Patrol

The following excerpt is what members of Congress have to contend with come the Holidays:

Members are unable at the current time to use official resources to record holiday greetings, post on social media/website, or send to constituents in franked mail or e-communications.

Member’s Congressional Handbook: GREETINGS-
Expenses related to the purchase or distribution of greetings, including holiday celebrations, condolences, and congratulations for personal distinctions (wedding anniversaries, birthdays, etc.), are not reimbursable.”

Franking Manual:
4(a). Example of Nonfrankable Items
-Birthday, anniversary, wedding, birth, retirement or condolence messages and holiday greetings are prohibited.”
You may make reference to the season as a whole using language along the lines of ‘Have a safe and happy holiday season.’ It may only be incidental to the piece rather than the primary purpose of the communication.”

For the record, there are only three Holidays I recognize during this season: Christmas, Hanukkah, and of course New Year’s Day. If you don’t like that, well then too bad so sad.

Monday, December 05, 2011

Time To Cut The USPS Loose

Filed under: | BS Patrol | Business

It does not surprise me one bit that the United States Postal Service is ending next-day delivery of First Class Mail to go along with a one-cent increase in the cost of said postage stamp. Yes, it means more planning on the part of folks who are unable to take advantage of the Internet. It also means that it’s time to stock up on Forever Stamps once again. Not to mention the closure of 3700 local post offices, the consolidation of postal processing centers, and the loss of 100,000 jobs.
Oh, and then there’s this:

Expressing urgency to reduce costs, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe said in an interview that the agency has to act while waiting for Congress to grant it authority to reduce delivery to five days a week, raise stamp prices and reduce health care and other labor costs.

Well, what Congress could do is cut the USPS loose to compete in the free market against UPS and FedEx. Prices could drop like a rock; wouldn’t you like to see 25-cent stamps once again? But Congress has yet to pass a budget; I think the last time Congress actually passed one was Fiscal Year 2009, and we won’t be seeing one any time soon.

Friday, December 02, 2011

Your Taxpayer Dollars At Work

Filed under: | BS Patrol

I decided to check out the web series Diary of A Single Mom by going to the very first episode. It didn’t hold my attention like it would for other people but with the help of the Federal Government (and that means yes, You The American Taxpayer), it will find a niche.

You may not have seen the show “Diary of a Single Mom” co-starring Billy Dee Williams, but your tax dollars helped pay for it.
Through the federal economic stimulus program, a company owned by actor-director Robert Townsend was paid more than $230,000 to produce and direct the Web-based show, records show. Other production costs on the show paid to different vendors total more than $700,000.
The money came through an award by the Department of Commerce to One Economy Corp. for more than $28 million last year to help boost broadband Internet service in underserved areas across the country.
One Economy is using more than $1.5 million of that money to create programming such as “Diary of a Single Mom,” which the group says will help provide an incentive for people to connect to the Internet.

Lando Calrissian, he ain’t no more. I don’t even recall the Effeminates of HF going to the Government back in the day to create its “vision” of Star Trek, so why should other companies do this? Are they that lazy?
Government should not be in the business of creating content. Period. End of Story.

Friday, July 08, 2011

Politically Correct Bulls**t

Filed under: | Battlestar Galactica | BS Patrol

Here’s a Frakkin’ Bulls**t Requirement of all daycare centers in the purple state of Colorado:

New rules proposed by the Colorado Department of Human Services include a requirement that all day-care centers in the state make available dolls representing three different races.
The 98-page document, obtained by 7News, features a slew of rule changes. Among them: children over age two must not be served whole milk without a note from a doctor, kids over age one can’t drink more than six ounces of juice per day, TV and computer time will be capped at twenty minutes daily, and staffers must wear clothes that cover their lap and shoulders. But arguably the most unusual suggestion pops up on page 77: “Dolls shall represent three (3) races.”

That’s enough. If they want three races, they can have them! Here they are!

Monday, July 04, 2011

Good Enough for Government Work?

Filed under: | BS Patrol

Here’s what Google posted this year:

It isn’t very patriotic if you ask me.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

100-Watt Lightbulbs in Texas!

Filed under: | BS Patrol | Business

I sure hope Gov. Rick Perry signs this pending legislation...that way, thousands upon thousands of Americans can make their way to The Lone Star State and help their economy…and ours:

State lawmakers have passed a bill that allows Texans to skirt federal efforts to promote more efficient light bulbs, which ultimately pushes the swirled, compact fluorescent bulbs over the 100-watt incandescent bulbs many grew up with.
The measure, sent to Gov. Rick Perry for consideration, lets any incandescent light bulb manufactured in Texas - and sold in that state - avoid the authority of the federal government or the repeal of the 2007 energy independence act that starts phasing out some incandescent light bulbs next year.
“Let there be light,” state Rep. George Lavender, R-Texarkana, wrote on Facebook after the bill passed. “It will allow the continued manufacture and sale of incandescent light bulbs in Texas, even after the federal ban goes into effect. ... It’s a good day for Texas.”

After all…El Paso is only nine hours away from here….

Saturday, March 05, 2011

Gee Wally…

Filed under: | BS Patrol | Business

“...I keep reading about a certain Pony-Tailed Blogger who lives in Culver City and keeps coming up with these hare-brained schemes to rip his members off. What’s he gonna do if Amazon.com pulls out of California?” asked the Beav.
Wally, his wise older brother, replied, “What do you mean, Beav?”
“It says here that Sacramento wants to seize revenue from any source it can, including out-of-state businesses.”
“They might have a real problem with that,” said Wally.
“Why is that?”

“Well for starters, the Supreme Court ruled in 1992 that states cannot obtain revenue from businesses which don’t have a physical presence in that state. California will consider anyone who’s affiliated with Amazon.com as a ‘physical presence’ and therefore, will attempt to collect revenue. That’s why Amazon.com might cut loose all those people here in our state!”
The Beav frowned. “But that will make thousands of people really mad!”
Wally patted his younger brother on the back. “If you stop and think about it, do you believe the Demo☭rats in Sacramento really care?”
“Gee Wally…you’re not such a bad brother after all!”

HAT TIP: Da_Beerfreak

Tuesday, March 01, 2011


Filed under: | BS Patrol | The 48th State

Apparently, this movement has been around for quite some time and are upset (to say the least) with the politics in Phoenix, especially since Jan Brewer became the Governor. To the right is a proposed flag for “Baja Arizona:”
You. Have. Got. To. Be. Kidding. Me! This flag looks like some little sixth-grader did a Photoshop homework assignment! Plus it has that “French” motif to it as well. Not very imaginative at all.
And then there’s their mission statement from their Facebook page:

To establish a new state in Southern Arizona free of the un-American, unconstitutional machinations of the Arizona legislature and to restore our region’s credibility as a place welcoming to others, open to commerce, and friendly to its neighbors.

[For audio version, click here.]

Ah yes. welcoming all Illegals. and Friendly to the Mexican Drug Cartels which already operate there.  How much do you want to bet they’d ask either Краппи Наппи or Clarence Dupnik to be their first Governor?
These folks are Stuck on Stupid.



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