Thursday, October 11, 2007

Rubber Duckie, You're NOT the One

San Francisco Values in Alabama?

To think a gay man in Alabama aspires to political office in the area of education?!? Wants to serve his community and contribute to the betterment of his fellow menses and womeneses?!?

First openly gay man elected in Alabama:

Washington, D.C.--Howard Bayless has become the first openly gay man elected to public office in Alabama, according to the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund, which endorsed him. Bayless, a former board chair of Equality Alabama and current co-chair of the Equality Federation, won a special election Tuesday for a seat on the Birmingham Board of Education.

But I thought that 'teh gays' were only about dancing with their shirts off and funny mustache parades and wearing leather and practicing sexual behavior so deviant that Jebus had already designated a one way ticket hell for 'teh gays'.

Oh, no.... wait.....

Dead Reverend's Rubber Fetish - October 8, 2007

Hullabaloo:
"Whenever anyone tells me Manhattan is decadent, I'm telling them they ain't seen nothing 'til they've mingled amongst some of the religious in Montgomery, Alabama. Hoo, boy... PZ gives the sanitized version of the death of Reverend Gary Aldridge, a graduate of Jerry Falwell's Liberty University, home to some of this country's greatest master debaters. Oh, the Rev. Aldridge also worked for Falwell:

Clothing: The decedent was received wearing two (2) wet suits, one scuba diving mask, one pair of diving gloves, one pair of slippers, one pair of rubber underwear, two (2) ties, five (5) belts, eleven (11) straps.

Personal Effects: One yellow metal ring intact on left ring finger, one dildo."
That's right! It's not the gays, but the snorkeling religious leaders in Alabama.

Can't wait to see how the church members try to spin this one. Don't think 'wide stance' is gonna work to well in this case.

They also found 5 rubber duckies up his arse.

GD hypocrites. Hate 'em.

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Preach it, Jimmy C.

Jimmy Carter calls Cheney a disaster:
"'He's a militant who avoided any service of his own in the military and he has been most forceful in the last 10 years or more in fulfilling some of his more ancient commitments that the United States has a right to inject its power through military means in other parts of the world,' Carter told the BBC in an interview to air later on Wednesday. 'You know he's been a disaster for our country,' Carter said. 'I think he's been overly persuasive on President George Bush and quite often he's prevailed.'"
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FAUX Business Channel is going to be about business in the same manner that FAUX News is about News.



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This happens to me all the time

Is that your phone or your imagination?:

"NEW YORK - If your hipbone is connected to your BlackBerry or your thighbone is connected to your cell phone, those vibrations you're feeling in the car, in your pajamas, in the shower, may be coming from your headbone.

Many mobile phone addicts and BlackBerry junkies report feeling vibrations when there are none, or feeling as if they're wearing a cell phone when they're not."


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4 comments:

ABAT said...

Love how Fox call their business news "The Cost of Freedom". WTF is that all about? Their 'liberal' (pun intended) use of language is a definite highlight that keeps me coming back for more.

JPW said...

You've got a stronger stomach than I do, A.

But I guess you can watch it from afar. We have to live with the morons who believe that shit.

ABAT said...

Dude, it's like watching a car crash in progress. Obscenely compulsive.

Saw a great documentary the other night about the religous broadcasters convention in the States. Mate, you can get a bible printed with your name in it and jesus lollipops along with over 150 christian TV channels! From afar the States is becoming like some surreal carnival. Fox is a great window into the republican/conservative/christian side of your world. Like I said: 'Car crash in progress'.

I just hope you vote these dickheads out and make the world a safer place!

JPW said...

"from a far" is about the only place safe to watch this tragedy, A.

The world I live in in NorCal is so opposite of the world I grew up it.

Thing is, is that the shine has worn off these guys. Folks aren't buying it anymore. All the polls are so ridiculously trending to Dems and Dem issues, that I can't fathom the Dems not making a clean sweep of it in 08...

Unless, Shrub pulls a Hitler, which I'm not too sure that he won't.

effing scary, but it does feel like their fear-magice is gone