World Net Daily of the Day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every day until the debt limit issue is resolved, we will post a particularly titillating excerpt from the latest that World Net Daily has to offer, and then complement it with a notable opinion from their comments section.

Victoria Jackson’s transformation from whiny-voiced funnygal to batshit insane pufferfish has been a sight to behold. Today, she applies her special brand of blathering
(and thesaurus referencing) to America’s least-controversial president:

“Obama’s idea of “rich people” is anyone who makes $250,000 per year. I must say that is not “rich” to a small-business owner. (I hate this whole class-warfare thing. It reeks of covetousness.) But, Obama is a Marxist. Marxists don’t even believe in private property. So, I guess to a communist, $250,000 is a lot of money (for the other people to have.)”

Commenter Keith Warner, master of alliteration, offers historical context:

“Ask the Lobotomized Left hew well it worked the last time they pulled their “soak the rich” stunt”

BONUS COVERAGE! Ms. Jackson also uses her WND commentary as a vehicle to pitch her latest movie, Marriage Retreat. This Christian-tinged film looks sure to provide endless laughs, and even features the incomparable Reginald VelJohnson. Check your in-flight movie listings today!

Party Down Community Style

NBC has announced that Party Down (AKA the best show ever) alum will appear on Community this season which now makes it impossible to avoid watching this show. Why should you care what I think about this? To quote Roman from Party Down, “I have a prestigious blog sir, people care what I think.” Burn!

Via AV Club

Power Chord Fridays

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’ve had had kind of a shitty month here in ‘Merka. Our leaders aren’t leading.
The economy stinks. Shithole NYC institutions are closing.

In the face of all of this doom and gloom, a particular lyric became lodged in my head.
It’s the last line of a foreboding SoCal punk song from the late 80′s, a song that was played at full volume many a time in my beloved ’89 Accord LXi:

“It’s gonna be the death of us, just you wait and see.”

In what passes for a silver lining these days, the song is perfectly appropriate for PCF: Operation Ivy’s “Vulnerability”. Crank it up this weekend while you’re ducking and covering.

World Net Daily of the Day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every day until the debt limit issue is resolved, we will post a particularly titillating excerpt from the latest that World Net Daily has to offer, and then complement it with a notable opinion from the comments section.

Think the birther issue was debunked and buried long ago? Think again, Socialist Pig. While the impending debt ceiling crisis remained at a stalemate today, World Net Daily reminds us of the mysteries that remain unsolved:

“Lending credibility to the concerns being raised is the intense war fought by attorneys trying to keep information about Obama secret. Besides his original birth certificate, still concealed are his kindergarten records”

Hard hitting facts like that leave Quinn Nii impressed!

“Awesome Investigative Journalism!”

Vocabulary Builder: VocaPeople

Oh boy, where to start. How do you define a bunch of dumpy people, dressed up in what I imagine G.I. Joe’s Storm Shadow might wear to one of Puffy’s fancy all-white outfit parties. Add to that the fact that they also happen to sing a cappella and you’re on to something very disturbing. That’s not quite accurate, they don’t simply sing a cappella, they methodically dismantle any affection you might have for any song imaginable. I guess if I were pressed I would say it’s like hearing your mom sing a new-ish song playing on the radio that you kind of liked during a long car trip. It just ruins everything. Throw in their nightmare inducing appearance and you’ve got yourself a VocaPeep mister.

World Net Daily of the Day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every day until the debt limit issue is resolved, we will post a particularly titillating excerpt from the latest that World Net Daily has to offer, and then complement it with a notable opinion from the comments section.

In today’s installment, bearded wonder Burt Prelutsky draws some apt parallels between politics and pop culture:

“The likes of Lyndon Johnson, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama are no more distinguished than Justin Timberlake, Charlie Sheen or Lindsay Lohan. They’re all just celebrities. That is why I cringe when people say we must respect the “Office of the President…”"

Commenter fredanddeb627 adds a classic theological perspective:

“If you don’t want to follow the teachings of the Bible, DON’T! Go ahead and vote for a socialist again. Stay blind, deaf and dumb.”

National Fretboard League

 

 

 

 

 

 

The NFL is back, baby!

No better time than now to brush up on the cannon of NFL Theme Songs.

I’ll have to admit, regardless of network or property, these tunes are largely kick-ass.
Best in Show has to go the timeless generic NFL tune, which sounds like an fuller, richer theme song to an 80′s cop show…something like Hunter comes to mind. Honorable Mention goes to the full Monday Night Football score (not the Hank Williams Jr. intro bullshit) due to its other-worldly guitar solos.

Now let’s get concussin’!

World Net Daily of the Day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every day until the debt limit issue is resolved, we will post a particularly titillating excerpt from the latest that World Net Daily has to offer, and then complement it with a notable opinion from the comments section.

Today, austere intellectual David Cupelian sets the record straight in a manner that would make Joe Wilson horny:

“At this point, let’s just say it: The president of the United States, Barack Obama, is a liar. I don’t mean he lies once in a while. Or even that he lies fairly frequently in order to get his way. I mean that his presidency is one continual, ongoing lie.”

Commenter and sharp dresser David L Lamon concurs!

“Good honest report about the evil man in the White House. Now you know why for a long time I have often referred to him as an Imp of Satan.”

David vs. David

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This “site” (or blog, property, premier destination…whatever you wish to call it) certainly falls on the insular side of the spectrum. USA Today we aint. So please forgive us as we split yet another meta-pube with our celebration of new microdocumentary People’s Champion: Behind the Battle. If you are not familiar and enthusiastic about Eli Porter,
the original video, the subsequent remixes, and the rich history of star wipes, please stop reading now and explore some of the (slightly) more approachable content that’s strewn throughout this premier destination.

But yes, they made a film about Eli vs. Envy:

After watching the piece, one thing struck me: it couldn’t be more emblematic of where we are as a society in 2011. This should be put in a time capsule and exhumed 200 years from now, so that social science can learn and debate about The Way Things Were in the early 21st century. Four other quick thoughts:

1. It’s truly amazing that a team of people had the time, the wherewithal, and the gumption to make a high-quality, immaculately edited, THIRTY MINUTE documentary about a fleeting internet meme.

2. The opening three minutes casts light on Millennials at their worst: there are enough faux titles and obscure URLs to make even the most insufferable Harvard Business School grad blush.

3. Poor Envy. The guy has one regrettable performance in a high school talent showcase, and eight years later a menagerie of people—including a doughy emo, old classmates, and even the freaking AV Teacher—are clowning his decision to rhyme “cripple” with “cripple.” An unforgiving era, indeed.

4. “Iron Mic” is a dope-ass name for a freestyle competition.

Hat tip to Cool Cat Chris Lee for the find.

Container Store

This past weekend marked the opening of the Dekalb Market in downtown Brooklyn. It basically consists of a long row of shipping containers that serve as micro-stores selling everything from artisanal cupcakes to free trade recyclable totes, yay! So if you’re not totally over the whole food truck fad and you think Season 2 of The Wire was the best one, then this is your spot! I can’t wait for the next logical progression, porta potty wine stalls and the hilarious misunderstandings that follow!

via Brownstoner