I love these 2 guys.
I’m unapologetic in my love of jockeys. For you, maybe the horse is the thing. The jockeys are weird - miniature, enigmatic humans in baggy knickers and candy colored silks. Scoffed at for their size, these humans are freaks of flexibility and endurance, shrewd tacticians with finely tuned internal clocks and almost spooky sensorial perception. They have the courage of gladiators, the balance of gymnasts on beam and the hand-eye coordination of NASCAR drivers. [click to continue…]
Teen Sleuth heartily endorses every single sentiment expressed by this Boston Citizen-Journalist. Boston Citizen-Journalist (with mercifully little local accent), lets loose an epically delightful tirade against an Alex Jones lackey, InfoWars “reporter” aka “right-wing conspiracy nudnik”.
I have a lot of favorite parts, but I think “I AM the smart guy cuz I’m not standing there saying the FBI blew up the people at the Boston Marathon you fucking shitheel” may be toppo.“Keep fuckin’ that chicken” had a good run, but we think that America is ready for a new common parlance: “keep runnin’ your pissflaps”
Speaking of conspiracy theories and false flags, does anyone find it suspicious how quickly after the bombing Alex Jones made his accusations?
reposted from Marmel.com
Hey, Second Amendment lunatics. Think about this:
The entire city of Boston was under martial law the last few days. You get that, right? MARTIAL LAW.
In a cameras-everywhere society, we went from tragedy to identification to capture in less than five days. And to make that happen, the full-force of the government came in, shut down a major metropolitan area, instituted a no-fly zone, flooded the place with troops and technology and locked it down until it completed it’s mission..
Think about that, screaming gun lunatic with more weapons than friends, the next time you think your 100 clip magazine and fourteen guns can protect you from a determined military. Your “Red Dawn” fantasy is laughable.
Think about that the next time there’s a school shooting that could have been prevented by a ban or minimized by regulating clip-size but wasn’t because of you or the fearful twit in the Senate that represents you.
Think about that when some mentally unstable person gets his weaponry from a gun show without the simplest of background checks, and tears apart dozens or hundreds of lives.
My views on the issue haven’t changed in the last week. I want sensible gun reform and will continue to fight for it. I stand with 90% of Americans and against the senators who are in the pocket of the NRA.
You, on the other hand, got a big lesson on just how sad and defenseless you would be if Obama – or ANY President – truly was the dictator you fear.
You wouldn’t last two days.
Enjoy your weekend, oh impotent paper tigers.
- Steve Marmel
Two losers unleash terror, maiming, death and destruction at a huge public event. A massive manhunt ensues to more death and destruction. Cue national outpouring of compassion for the victims. Cue an enormous and complex, coordinated operation involving state, local and federal law enforcement as well as the state committee for national security of Kyrgyzstan. Cue a crowd-sourced, anti-terrorism effort including twitter play-by-play and private-sector supplied surveillance photos. Situation resolved in 5 days in what might have taken years, if ever, to solve. The surviving loser/terrorist isn’t torched in a cabin or riddled with bullets or left to bleed to death, but is whisked away in an ambulance and will be given the same first aid as any American and the same due process as anyone else who has to appear in a court of law.
Trolls, Trump, Lindsey Graham, Liz Cheney and all the rest of you miserable, abject motherfuckers, listen up – this is what civilization looks like.
Because things aren’t weird enough already, a 45-year old Elvis impersonator from Mississippi is accused of mailing those ricin-positive letters to national leaders – including the President. Paul Kevin Curtis has not admitted to sending the deadly mail, even though he signed them. The aging rockabilly dude told authorities all about his alleged discovery of a conspiracy to sell human body parts on the black market and about his part-time job as, yes, an Elvis Presley impersonator. Curtis recently tweeted that Ted Nugent ought to be president instead of Obama.
Curtis has had his nose out of joint since no one took seriously his personal conspiracy theories about this and that, such as how the liberal lamestream media is covering up the shocking truth about naked photos of Barack Obama’s mother.
Therm there’s the body parts thing, a macabre story he posted in 2007 to the consumer fraud website “Ripoff Report”. In it, he he spins a yarn of being fired and harassed after finding a “refrigerator full of body parts” in a Tupelo hospital. North Mississippi Medical Center, according to Curtis, merely “fronts itself as a ‘not-for-profit’ charity hospital” — though Curtis leaves it to the reader to suss out what the hospital is a “front” for.
Apparently, Curtis had a job cleaning a morgue where the floor drain had backed up causing “unthinkable things” to be washed back up through the drainage system. He then became thirsty, and looked in an ordinary-looking refrigerator for a refreshing beverage.
Curtis hates Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS), one of the guys he send deadly Ricin to, because he felt dissed by him:
“I even ran into Roger Wicker several different times while performing at special banquets and fundraisers in northeast, Mississippi but he seemed very nervous while speaking with me and would make a fast exit to the door when I engaged in conversation leading up to my case against NMMC.”
We can’t possibly imagine why a politician would be the least bit put off by this lunatic shrieking at him refrigerators full of body parts. I mean, even for a Republican that would be creepy (Dick Cheney expected)!
“To see a wrong and not expose it, is to become a silent partner to its continuance.”