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Thursday, February 26, 2009

There Are Worse Ways To Die.


"The Wages Of Sin..."?

Online SUN

Thursday, February 26, 2009

A Russian man died after guzzling a bottle of Viagra to keep him going for a 12-hour orgy with two female pals.

The women had bet mechanic Sergey Tuganov $4,300 that he wouldn’t be able to follow through with the half-day sex marathon.

But minutes after winning the bet, the 28-year-old died of a heart attack, Moscow police said.

“We called emergency services but it was too late, there was nothing they could do,” said one of the female participants who identified herself only as Alina.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lol...christo-fascist dipshit trying to prove he's not a squeaky assed anal retentive church lady

5:14 PM  
Blogger John said...

Projection. Anal retention is a common malady among Leftists (because their feminist mothers had zero babying skills).

Furthermore, that you think I'm trying to "prove" that I'm not "a squeaky assed anal retentive church lady" when all I did was title an article with a matter-of-fact observation only proves--like the thinking that the Bush Administration were "posing" as adults when they conducted themselves as adults--that I was "trying to prove" no such thing, but proved it, anyway, and hence your typically leftist knee-jerk rage and the attempt to invert into its opposite what is plainly evident, i.e. that I am no such thing.

Also, "squeaky-assed" and "anal retentive" is mixing metaphors--unless, of course, that is precisely your own unconsciously projected sexual m.o.

Anyway, I didn't say that was "The Best" way to die, or even a "good" way to die, but only that there are worst ways to die.

Quite frankly, it sounds to me like the pill-popping fornicator made a Faustian bargain with the devil (or maybe two of them). Mephistopheles delivered--"12 HOURS WITH TWO WOMEN! I WON! WOO-HOO!"-- and then instantly collected his due--the man's wretched soul.

And I'm pretty sure my "christo-fascist" colleagues will likewise chuckle at the intermissionary (no pun intended) post of comic--though black-- relief and not explode into a malicious rage indicative of someone else's neurotic, sexual frustration: Their own.

I think they call it "penis envy."

12:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahaha...this freak is just one big anal retentive button waiting to be pushed...and it would be worse ways to die, you uneducated, trailer trash dinkus, not worst ways to die...

how many pages will it take for him to justify himself after this one?

10:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the oxy-riddled, child molesting, serial wifer, draft dodging, anal cyst, Limbaugh, is finally leading his insane hordes over the final cliff

go Rush

10:56 AM  
Blogger John said...

"...and it would be worse ways to die."


"how many pages will it take for him to justify himself after this one?"

It's "after that one."

11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you seen Chimpy's budget, John? He's loaded up his plate with the full Lenin. This is going to be fun!

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like fattass is letting her racist roots show too.

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can see why pig-girl is upset. Obama wants to cut farm subsidies, less grazing land for cows like alice!

12:27 PM  
Blogger John said...

Yeah, I've seen it, Alice. LOTS of bananas.

12:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When you lose as big as these people have, you might as well give up the pretense of civilization and compensate yourself by rolling in the pig shit you prefer.

On that note, O has extended protection to patients seeking abortions and family planning care from the abuses of their trogs.

4:29 PM  
Blogger John said...

"When (you're as big a loser) as these people (are), you might as well give up the pretense of civilization and compensate yourself by rolling in the pig shit you prefer."

Blatant projection. Note the swinish language and uncivilized behavior here preferred by the deluded "winner."

These are malignant creatures and should serve as a lesson.

12:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look, John. In only One month, Chimpy has already set all sorts of new records!

A late burst of selling sealed a dismal finish for the stock market, which hit a fresh 12-year low on Friday as Citigroup sold a bigger chunk of itself to the government and General Electric slashed its dividend, spooking investors who were already jittery.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 119.15 points, or 1.7%, to end at 7062.93. The blue-chip benchmark ended down 937.93 points, or 11.72% on the month -- the worst percentage drop for February since 1933, when it fell 15.62%. The Dow industrials have fallen six months in a row and are now more than 50% off their record highs hit in October of 2007.

5:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chimpy? Why not just change the name of this blog to RepubliKKKus?

7:36 AM  
Anonymous Grotesque Old Potty said... minute they're talking about swinish behaviour on the part of trolls and the next they're being openly racist ...that's the definition of projection.

They're act is getting funnier all the time:

CPAC, Limbaugh, and other horror stories from the crypt.
"Man, this CPAC thing is crazy," observed Mr. Samuel Wurzelbacher, a.k.a. Joe the Plumber, to fellow attendee Mike Huckabee -- and that's probably the sanest thing we'll ever hear Sam/Joe utter. With concise but tragically fleeting lucidity, he captured the moment, the spirit, the zeitgeisty degeneration of his semi-philosophical compadres. Sam/Joe Wurzelbacher/Plumber was, as the Politico reported, "a headliner at a Thursday panel titled 'Conservatism 2.0.' " A headliner, mind you: an itinerant, breathtakingly clueless bullshitter was a CPAC-Chosen One to enlighten the multitudes on the fundamentals of conservatism. Breathtaking indeed.

11:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My hopes for Obama were mixed but the man is turning out to be a genius...he's turning the country totally liberal and his numbers are going up even with Republicans!!

11:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The "winner" is deluded? Oh, that's right, we lost the election...hahahahahahahah this poor kkkunt has lost his tiny mind entirely.

11:22 AM  
Anonymous funnier and funnier said...

Is there anything more fun than watching the final implosion of a dying party?

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Share Print CommentsThe Louisville Courier-Journal has another bombshell about Sen. Jim Bunning, the embattled Republican who is increasingly going rogue in an effort to hold onto his seat.

In recent weeks, Senate Republican leaders have walked right up to the edge of declaring open war on Bunning. Minority Leader (and fellow Kentucky senator) Mitch McConnell and others reportedly believe Bunning is likely to lose his reelection race in 2010, and so are trying to nudge him into retirement by sending signals that the party establishment will not back him.

Bunning has responded aggressively, threatening to sue the Senate Republicans' campaign arm if it doesn't fully back his reelection.

And now the latest: Bunning "reportedly said privately that if he is hindered in raising money for his re-election campaign he is ready with a response that would be politically devastating for Senate Republicans: his resignation."

The Kentucky Republican suggested that possible scenario at a campaign fundraiser for him on Capitol Hill earlier this week, according to three sources who asked not to be identified because of the politically sensitive nature of Bunning's remarks.

The implication, they said, was that Bunning would allow Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, a Democrat, to appoint his replacement -- a move that could give Democrats the 60 votes they need to block Republican filibusters in the Senate.

"I would get the last laugh. Don't forget Kentucky has a Democrat governor," one of the sources quoted Bunning as saying.

"The only logical extension of that comment is, '(Make me mad) ... enough and I'll resign, and then you've got 60 Democrats,' " said another source who was present at the event.

Read the full story here.

A Democratic Senate aide told the Huffington Post's Ryan Grim: "Bunning has always been a loose cannon. It's just surprising that Mitch McConnell decided to light a match so close to him. With only 41 Republicans left, you'd think they'd be a little more careful not to actively alienate members of the caucus."

11:38 AM  
Anonymous Fulton Lewis III said...

This John and Alice are part of a proud tradition...yech, what smelly, little people:

February 28, 2009
Editorial Observer
The Ape in American Bigotry, From Thomas Jefferson to 2009
Hitler found quite a bit to admire about this country during its apartheid period. Writing in the early 1930s, he attributed white domination of North America to the fact that the “Germanic” peoples here had resisted intermarriage with — and held themselves apart from — “inferior” peoples, including the Negroes, whom he described as “half-apes.”

He was not alone in these sentiments. The effort to dehumanize black people by characterizing them as apes is central to our national history. Thomas Jefferson made the connection in his notorious book “Notes on the State of Virginia,” in which he asserted fantastically that male orangutans were sexually drawn to Negro women.

By defining Negroes not as human beings but as beasts, the nation rationalized subjugation and cruelty — and justified laws that stripped them of basic human rights. The case for segregation itself rested heavily on the assertion that animal origins made Negroes feebleminded, smelly and intolerably offensive to white sensibilities.

Acting on the ludicrous premise that people of color had coarser palates, Southern shop owners sometimes refused to sell them “white” foodstuffs, forcing them instead to buy inferior grades of flour and other goods.

Picture postcards, kitchen crockery and other media often showed Negroes with grotesquely distorted faces eating outsize slices of watermelon, which was said by racists to be catnip to the coloreds. In keeping with the animal theme, Negroes were typically depicted consuming food with their hands, while standing or sitting out in the open. White folks, of course, were shown sitting at the table, dining with utensils.

Ape propaganda reached a hysterical pitch during periods when African-Americans were winning rights or making racial progress. During the 1950s, for example, racists reacted to the movement toward integration with placards and broadsides depicting apelike caricatures of Negro men performing heinous acts or making sexual advances on the flower of white womanhood.

Every era of racial progress engenders a reversion to type. In last year’s presidential campaign, for example, likenesses of the black presidential candidate Barack Obama portrayed as a monkey became distressingly common.

Monkey T-shirts were sold through the mail. Monkey dolls showed up at Republican political rallies. The most instructive image, which was spread over the Internet, depicted the presidential plane, Air Force One, renamed “Watermelon One.” It carried the smiling face of a monkey holding, what else, a slice of watermelon.

Ape-inflected images come in the high-fashion variety, too. Consider the much-criticized Annie Leibovitz photo that appeared on the cover of Vogue last spring. It depicted the towering black basketball star LeBron James roaring at the camera while dribbling a basketball with one hand and embracing the white fashion model Gisele Bündchen in the other.

Vogue proudly pointed out that Mr. James was the first black man to adorn its cover. Unfortunately, the image was a dead ringer for the movie poster from “King Kong,” which shows the giant ape clutching his blonde lady love. The similarity was so obvious that it seemed premeditated.

The New York Post touched the same live wire with a recent editorial cartoon that was widely interpreted as a racist slap at the president. The cartoon satirized the story of a chimpanzee that was shot to death by the police after attacking a friend of its owner. The cartoonist implied that the dead chimp had written the federal stimulus package that President Obama had just signed into law.

The paper was targeted by demonstrators and threatened with a boycott. In an emotional statement broadcast on national television, Julian Bond, board chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, described the image as a throwback to centuries past and an invitation to assassinate the president of the United States.

Criticism seems to have subsided since Rupert Murdoch, chairman of The Post’s parent company, the News Corporation, apologized for the cartoon. But the image should not be rushed off stage too quickly. It has something to tell us about the permanence of racist ideas through the centuries. Like it or not, those ideas have insinuated themselves deeply into the national consciousness.

12:16 PM  
Anonymous The Obama Effect is Spreading said...

The economy is spiraling down at an accelerating pace, threatening to undermine the Obama administration’s spending plans, which anticipate vigorous rates of growth in years to come.

A sense of disconnect between the projections by the White House and the grim realities of everyday American life was enhanced on Friday, as the Commerce Department gave a harsher assessment for the last three months of 2008. In place of an initial estimate that the economy contracted at an annualized rate of 3.8 percent — already abysmal — the government said that the pace of decline was actually 6.2 percent, making it the worst quarter since 1982.

12:51 PM  
Anonymous brother, can u spare some rent said...


Be a sport and start paying my mortgage for me...

Bad, bad, bad me. I'm so mean spirited. Why do I keep begrudging an immense raise in taxes to help my fellow Americans "stay in their homes"? ("Stay in their homes" is the speechwriter and MSM phrase of choice -- not "pay off debts" or even "pay for houses they bought.")

Why do I keep fretting that President Obama's wonderful "housing plan" -- which news reports say could cost "around" 75 billion -- will end up forcing abstentious, responsible people to, in effect, buy homes for irresponsible dimwits with poor impulse control who bought way more house than they could pay for?

Perhaps our sainted president is right when he assured us last Tuesday night that "it's a plan that won't help speculators or that neighbor down the street who bought a house he could never hope to afford."

If so, the MSM is doing nothing to dispel this worry of mine with its choice of Mortgage Crisis Poster Kids. Earlier this week CNN adopted its usual bathetic and childishly anti-capitalist tone tone to bring us the case of Minta Garcia, a school bus driver and mother of two who lives in...yes, the number is $800,000 home. Good grief, if I was a CNN producer I would have scurried to find a different "distressed homeowner" for my feature. Instead, all the soppy rhetoric in the TV reporter handbook was deployed: Garcia had recently "got the letter every homeowner dreads" the CNN guy intoned, as if foreclosure proceedings are like getting hit by a meteor instead of a foreseeable process that actually unfolds quite slowly. We are never told what Garcia's husband does. Perhaps he once made lots of money and this is what emboldened the Garcia's to "get into so much house" as the jargon puts it. But the point is that CNN didn't see fit to tell us -- as if the issue of "what-the-hell-were-these-two-thinking?" didn't matter.

But CNN's bathos looked like the Congressional Record compared to the ABC News segment titled "Fighting Foreclosure: Americans on the front line." This little sop-a-thon and subtle incitement to class warfare introduced us to 50-year-old, divorced mother Kathy Lovelace of Zephyrhills, Florida. We meet her padding around the $200,000 house (with an exercise room and a working fireplace) that she can no longer pay for after losing her 40K accountant job. Now 40K is not a lot and a 200K is not cheap, particularly in a part of Florida where I happen to know that comfy little fixer-upper bungalows are available for about a quarter this price. Once again, we aren't told about the husband. (Is it sexist to enquire about these things?) Maybe Lovelace bought the house while she was married (I was unable to reach Lovelace to clarify) and maybe his salary made this all possible, but, once again, ABC doesn't think we need to know.

Next up is another kleenex-shredder titled "Americans around their kitchen tables." Here we meet Sue and Michael Walker who, apparently at the peak of the sub prime lending madness, "bought their piece of the American Dream." He's a house painter; she's a clerk in a doctor's office. They have three hulking teen-aged sons who you'd think would be able to pitch in a little. We get a shot of their house: a very lovely large, white colonial. It looks expensive and guess what? It was. The Walkers came in on a "no money down" mortgage but then signed on to pay an "introductory rate" of 9% which quickly rose to 14%. The Walkers, in other words, were taken to the cleaners -- all because, as Sue Walker snufflingly puts it, she'd "always wanted a nice home in a nice neighborhood." So do lots of people, sweetheart!

And Walker may end up getting to keep that American dream -- but in an America that will be decimated by Obama's plan to tax the bejesus out of "the wealthiest Americans," i.e. everybody -- including, most disastrously, small business owners -- who have the misfortune of declaring more than 250K on their 1040s.

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More hilarity in the dying, wildly twitching and reeking corpthe today...check out Tim Crawford...and Jindal ith tying himthelf into one very red faithed knot...meanwhile it becometh more Rush'th party everyday and the Demth are making sure everyone knowth it...then there'th a new lie for Coleman and don't forget Foggo.
Meanwhile we've got right wing copth beating up fifteen year old girlth on camera and thaying they didn't do it...thith ith more fun than Watergate.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Fraud, Waste and Abuse (D)em B US said...

9,000 new Earmarks in the Omnibus Budget Buster Bill. Now THAT's the kind of Change America voted for...

Democrats - A unbroken record of failing to deliver on promises made since elected to Congress in 2006.

4:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How Could I Tell?
by Dana Houle

I live in DC. A few minutes ago I was on the Metro. The subway stopped at the Woodley Park/Zoo/Adams Morgan station. Two guy in suits got on. It's DC, so there's nothing notable about guys on a Friday night wearing suits, not even near the party destination neighborhood of Adams Morgan. But there was something different about them. They were both big, somewhat overweight, had brush cuts, wore gray suits with black shirts and nondescript ties, and had flag pins on their lapels. One guy sat across from me. I looked at him, and thought of Family Guy where Peter described the "two symbols of the Republican party: an elephant and a big fat white guy who's threatened by change."

Knowing that the Conservative Political Action Conference(CPAC) was being held nearby, I asked, "were you at CPAC?"

The guy sorta smiled.


I think he then realized that I probably wasn't a fellow traveler...or that maybe I was that other kind of fellow traveler. Whatever the case, his smile went away, and I wasn't so cruel as to say that his ultraconservatism was so obvious that he stood out on the Metro.

What is it? Why do the people who think Rush Limbaugh holds all the answer to our politics are so out of whack with the rest of us that they even look different?

6:03 PM  
Blogger John said...

"They look different from the rest of us."

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol...the dethent into total infantilithm ith complete

8:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We can see that.

5:51 AM  
Anonymous Rush for pres said...

The Weich htha given up all pweetenthe and now showth itth obthene, naked ath in all itth putwethcent ugwineth...both tweathonouth and wathitht.

Limbaugh: "The dirty little secret ... is that every Republican in this country wants Obama to fail, but none of them have the guts to say so; I am willing to say it" 3/1

4:28 PM  
Blogger John said...

So it's "treasonous" to want Obama's socialist agenda to fail (and racist because he's 1/2 African) but not treasonous to aid and abet the enemy we are at war with, cheer the deaths of military personnel, and talk down the economy and celebrate a national recession if only to make the twice democratically-elected Commander in Chief fail at everything he's presiding over because you personally hate his guts and wished he was assassinated.

I get it. You're a traitor and should be horsewhipped.

4:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't want America to fail... but from what I've have seen of Obama's proposed remedies, there is no doubt in my mind that he's CERTAIN to fail, and most likely DESIRES to fail just so that he can justify imposing even more of the demonstrably failed liberal agenda upon us.

But let him. It'll be that much easier to neuter him in 2010 and then undo his entire presidency once 2012 finally rolls around.

4:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"It'll be that much easier to neuter him in 2010 and then undo his entire presidency once 2012 finally rolls around."

hahahaha...ith thith thtoooooopid peeth of thhit actuawy unaway-o that he'th dethkwibing egthactwy what jutht happened to the mowonic wight wing movement foe the thecond time in weth than a thentuwy. Now, the libewalth have to wethcue the countwy again and theeth twaitowouth thcum ah hoping they fay-o!!

Why? Do you actuawy think the countwy would go back to a way that hath aweady been a dithathtoe?

2:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tho ith tweathonouth to want Obama'th thothialitht wah waaaaaaaaaah waaahahahahahahahaha

2:58 PM  

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