Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Box of Bedbugs and those Kids in America

Sign the Petition!!!

FREE 'OSCAR' AND 'SIRENS' or I WANT MY DBT (solo albums)

You know anybody who needs an "anti-stupid" pill?

Such a loaded headline. We don't have the time to go through my entire list but let's start at the top:

"Aug. 7 (Bloomberg) -- President George W. Bush's hopes of attracting a new generation of voters to the Republican Party may be fading, as younger Americans are far more critical of his job performance than the broader population.

A Bloomberg/Los Angeles Times poll of Americans age 18 to 24 found Bush's approval rating was 20 percent, with 53 percent disapproving and 28 percent with no opinion. That compares to a 40 percent approval rating among Americans of all ages in a separate Bloomberg/Times poll."
"We're the kids in America"... and they're telling the Rethugs to piss off. At least THEY don't need an anti-stupid pill. One of the few, one of the few.

Maybe the "anti-stupid" pill or "anti-stupid" silver bullet (for all you NRA'ers), in reality, is voting for the proper people come election time. That could cure a lot of the rampant America stupidity:

House Incumbents at Risk, Poll Finds

This ain't stupid but it sure is scary:

Army Ponders Amusement Venue, Hotel At Ft. Belvoir

Glenn Greenwald has some insight on the double speak of the neocons and how there shit don't jive.

War Room - Salon.com:
"That is the inescapable incoherence that lies at the core of neoconservatism. It claims as its goal the transformation of 'hearts and minds' but the only instruments it knows are air raids and ground invasions. This approach is no different than trying to extinguish a fire with gasoline, and unsurprisingly, the flames that for decades were simmering are now raging, with no limits and no end in sight."
Your liberal media enabling corporations to produce lie filled propaganda and push it as an amateur indie on YouTube. Pfffftttt, yeah, I got a problem with this.

Al Gore YouTube Spoof Not So Amateurish:
"Aug. 4, 2006 — A tiny little movie making fun of Al Gore, supposedly made by an amateur filmmaker, recently appeared on the popular Web site YouTube.com.

At first blush, the spoof seemed like a scrappy little homemade film poking fun at Gore and his anti-global warming crusade.

In the movie, Gore is seen boring an army of penguins with his lecture and blaming global warming for everything, including Lindsay Lohan's thinness.

But when the Wall Street Journal tried to find the guy who posted the film 'Al Gore's Penguin Army' — listed on YouTube as a 29-year-old — they found the movie didn't come from an amateur working out of his basement.

The film actually came from a slick Republican public relations firm called DCI, which just happens to have oil giant Exxon as a client.

Exxon denies knowing anything about the film, and DCI says, 'We do not disclose the names of our clients, nor do we discuss the work we do on behalf of our clients.'"
My grandmom has not been lying all these years. Bedbugs actually exist. Now, I'm freaking out about that Box of Spiders.

Bedbug Infestations on Rise Across U.S.:
"Absent from the U.S. for so long that some thought they were a myth, bedbugs are back. Entomologists and pest control professionals are reporting a dramatic increase in infestations throughout the country, and no one knows exactly why.

'It's no secret that bedbugs are making a comeback,' said Dan Suiter, an associate professor of entomology at the University of Georgia."

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