Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Dennis Kucinich chokes his chicken on Syrian TV

Mohammed Applauds

While late breaking reports out of Iran, have Ahmadinejad repeatedly muttering "beautiful." While watching on his Sony Bravia, in the palace. And leaked reports coming in from Afghanistan, have Bin Laden speechless (at least for another week or two, until his head speech writer Adam Gadahn, returns from temple/high holy day observances).

The AP?
9-11 anniversary in New York tenser than usual (Amy Westfeldt/Associated Press)

Cannot contain their emotion, and nakedly politicize the marking of six years. Since the unspeakable stench of militant radical Islam, wafted upon these American shores, in a never forgotten red tide.

[And well .... tain't illegal to be stupid in America, so lil' DK will return after a final buff, polish and spit shine of Baby Asshat's brass (according to a Kucinich staffer)].

Six years people. Where does the time go. And as it goes, the fourth estate sheds it BOBO finery. And now proudly, openly wear the uniform of the fifth column. Swinging their literary sledge hammers. Trying to take America down the Islamist toilet with them.

We are cheapened by the likes of the Associated Press, and the New York Times. And past promises of a new tomorrow, become just that much more cloudy and illusory by their like. Fuck them. All the way up with a red hot poker.


Tuesday, September 18


This Is Your Brain on Drugs....

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Manilow boycotts "The View" over Hasselbeck

Barry Manilow has backed out of his scheduled appearance on the morning talk show after the show refused to pull Hasselbeck from the interview ...

Manilow, a long time friend of Rosie O’Donnell: "I wanted to let you know that I will no longer be on The View tomorrow as scheduled. I had made a request that I be interviewed by Joy, Barbara or Whoopi, but not Elisabeth Hasselback (sic)".

Manilow is currently making the rounds to promote his new album, "Greatest Songs of the Seventies.'"

In an interview with “Access Hollywood” last week, Manilow talked about his new album — and the duet he recorded with his pal O’Donnell.

The two recorded Elton John’s “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” however, the track didn’t make the new album.

“It was the most fun I’ve had in a long time. She is just inspiring because you know she’s not a singer. She knows that, but she just got behind the microphone and ripped away. She was great and in tune, too,” Manilow said of O’Donnell. “The problem was, as I put the album together, it became a very romantic album. And having this thing come crashing in out of nowhere, the tone just didn’t feel right. It’ll probably wind up being a bonus cut somewhere.”


Yeah, put me on the waiting list, and email me when it's available. I just cannot wait to die a thousand aural deaths. No ... really (lil bwahaha here).

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