Archive for January 7th, 2016

Alabama Judge Blocking the Closet Door

Thursday, January 7th, 2016


In 1963, Alabama Governor George Wallace famously stated: “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.” He then stood in a school doorway to symbolically deny entrance to two black students. Federal marshals were called in by President John Kennedy to push the nitwit aside.

Wednesday Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore said that state probate judges should not issue same-sex marriage licenses.  This despite the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling legalizing gay marriage last year. In effect Moore is blocking the closet door to keep gays inside and outside of American mainstream culture.  He’s another gomer that demonstrates America would be better off without a few of our more backward states.

Alabama.  What can you say about a state who’s motto is “Thank God for Mississippi” (so we don’t rank last in everything)? Recently Alabama was ranked as the 2nd lowest (TGFM) in terms of “quality of life.”  That rating includes catagories such as education, employment, and brushing teeth.

Once again this dismal dungeon of depraved degenerates has to be dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century. I can’t imagine why gay people would want to live there.  Maybe they have a quirky preference for being bitten by large mosquitos in the heat and humidity.

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Where Do We Draw The Tan-Line?

Thursday, January 7th, 2016

(A few years ago)  An emaciated anorexic looks in the mirror and really sees herself as fat. Her body’s not the problem of course – it’s her mind

Patricia Krentcil looks in the mirror and thinks she should be more tan.  Obviously her brain got baked in tanning salons because she’s as dark as a white girl is going to get.

There’s no law against being mentally ill – unless you endanger others.  Unfortunately, that’s what Ms. Krentcil did when she brought her six-year old daughter to the tanning salon.  The fair-skinned child got a minor sunburn.  When the police heard about it, they immediately arrested the Mom for child endangerment.

Ms. Krentcil said it was all a mistake and the girl didn’t even get in the tanning bed with her.  This might well be true (“Hey kid, you’re blocking my rays!”) but it certainly should be investigated.

It would be easy to jump on the woman’s case and say she’s a lousy mother – but that’s assuming she’s sane with a dark eccentricity.  I think it’s more likely Ms. Krentcil has some psychological problems which should be addressed immediately by mental health professionals.  And her 5-kids should stay in the dark until it’s all figured out.

Update- Drunk:

<> XL Cabaret on August 29, 2012 in New York City.

Best Top 10 Ali Knockouts

Thursday, January 7th, 2016

Muhammad Ali today:


‘Rectuma’ (2003′) Trailer

Thursday, January 7th, 2016


Ultimate Weird Japanese TV Commercials

Thursday, January 7th, 2016

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