Monthly Archives: March 2009

Malibu Stacey goes to Gitmo

Apparently, current Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza is trying to outdo Miss Teen USA South Carolina in causing utter embarrassment for the profession (?) of pageantry/living dolls.  While she certainly can’t match Caitlin Upton for vapidity, she more than makes up for it … Continue reading

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New York to John Rich : Drop Dead

Thanks to True/Slant contributor Mark Rozzo for alerting me to the existence of Toby Keith John Rich’s new bit of populist propaganda, “Shuttin’ Down Detroit”. An anti-bailout diddy that, in addition to the machine, rages against boss men in jets and … Continue reading

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Temp dummy goof headline go here

What do copy editors do again?  Oh, that. [Cue nervous collar pull]. Hope those layoffs were worth it, boys! I’m just glad to have another template screw-up to add to the collection. Thanks, lies.com!

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Cramer's Reputation Bites the Curb

Aww.  Look at “Mad Money” Cramer’s credibility down there, crawling around bleeding all over the place, and picking up its teeth off the ground.  It’s really taken a vicious wallop from the one-two combo of Jon Stewart and uh, observed … Continue reading

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Two steps forward, two steps back

Progression: Jim Webb introduces the National Criminal Justice Commission Act of 2009, a bill that seeks study and reform of incarceration rates, sentencing policies, and other issues of our dysfunctional American criminal justice system.  He states: “With five percent of … Continue reading

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Cartoon economics pt. 2

Speaking of South Park, Republicans have always seemed to base their plans for their economy on a modified version of that show’s famous Underwear Gnome scheme. 1. Tax cuts. 2. ? 3. Recovery! But, to their credit, the House GOP … Continue reading

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Cartoon economics

If any show was meant to be watched in context-free bits on the internet, South Park is. The full episodes usually end up seeming didactic and obvious – little profane parables whose moral you can see coming a mile away. … Continue reading

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