Posts Tagged ‘eco-terrorism’

Today I bought a knife.  I am happy.


On Oozing Stupidity

I ooze stupidity daily because it just plain feels good – it hasn’t made me blind or given me the equivalent of reefer madness so I see absolutely no reason to stop.  If it is bad, why does it feel so good?


There are people that say “things” in certain ways that imply certain “things” loudly and clearly.  Last night Soylent linked to Grist.org where they implied that Japan’s earthquake was caused by thinning of the polar ice-caps.  These coy statements are the framework that eco-terrorists hang much of their arguments on and have some very recognizable features:

  • They highlight something emotional, which may be a real disaster or accident
  • They reference statements that spring off of the emotion
  • The statement is dressed up to look like a point that they are trying to argue, but…
  • The statement is also crafted or presented in such a way that it can be disowned immediately

Here’s an example of something worthy of being disowned very quickly (and they did).

“When the ice is lost, the earth’s crust bounces back up again and that triggers earthquakes, which trigger submarine landslides, which cause tsunamis,” Bill McGuire, professor at University College London, told Reuters.

Melting ice masses change the pressures on the underlying earth, which can lead to earthquakes and tsunamis, but that’s just the beginning. Rising seas also change the balance of mass across earth’s surface, putting new strain on old earthquake faults, and may have been partly to blame for the devastating 2004 tsunami that struck Southeast Asia, according to experts from the China Meteorological Administration.

Wow… got that?  Grist.org struck out that last part as soon as people cried BS.  In fact, I haven’t seen so many edits done to a blog in such a short amount of time since… well, ever.

Scientists have known for some time that climate change affects not just the atmosphere and the oceans but also the Earth’s crust. These effects are not widely understood by the public.

“In the political community people are almost completely unaware of any geological aspects to climate change,” said McGuire.

Yeah, just last week a guy started up his snowblower, m’kay, and three sinkholes swallowed up a schoolbus, a schnauzer, and my neighbors back-yard toilet/planter.  You guys are just totally clueless about climate change and geology just like the political community {nods vigorously}.

Well, over on the youtube thing I was looking at video of Japan’s tsunami, where I found a cornucopia of idiocy.  We’re not talking about secretions of stupid-ooze, we’re talking about entire-bowel-moving excretions of stupidity.

we are all incredibly frightened here. this morning there is a tiny gang of analysts which have been with a college in nevada that have showed clearly the planet is definitely drawing near to its finish. this is truly beginning to seem sensible now. read the intimidating write-up@:[VTBBNews.us.mn]

“A tiny gang with a college in nevada”.  Seriously?  Wow, those are some heavy hitters there.  A Tiny Gang has had their hands in everything and A College in Nevada is where I got my mail-order PhD.  How about that?

21.12.2012 is not the end of the world, it is the end of the Atlantis experiment. So we are now at the end of something that went badly wrong. The world is now experiencing a complete shift, releasing negativity and pain (includling humans), hopefully after this date we will then be able to move forward into a new era x

– Just , to let you know, 12/3/2011 03:08

Boy am I ever glad they let me know.


Speaking of liberals, ec0-terrorists and liberals are like liverwurst and mayo sandwiches, they just seem to go together… Oh, do stop looking like that, liverwurst and mayo on sourdough is good for you.

Over at Aardvarks and Asshats, Eddie von Bear has made some friends.  Now, Eddie and I say things in entirely different ways – for instance, I could never, and would never try (well, I did once) to emulate his style.  If you are up to what might be considered “vulgar” language in genteel company, here is the link.

Now, a fella named William J Hanchey III 2 (Good Lord, all that is a name?) is what you would consider to be a troll.  And he’s an erratic troll with friends who got riled up at EvB’s writing style and arguments.

There’s the part I can’t understand.  Why would you go to a “Rattlesnake and Squirrel Chili Cookoff” event if what you were really jonesing for was a “Strawberry-Kiwi Cheesecake Poetry Brunch”?

After making an argument (and I thought it was a very good argument, if I may say so, about the misconceptions liberals have about conservatism and philanthropy), WJH32 got rather upset.  To the point of saying that I, the Glorious Lemur King, could personally fellate him.  Well, I felt that his response was uncalled for.   Then he kind of rattled himself apart towards several other visitors to EvB’s blog, uttered insults and proto-threats, then basically started behaving like an irate 12-year old.

At some point in his blustering (before my second response) he uttered – and I kid you not and I quote:

Reagans fiscal Sanity? Before Bush left office reagan and the the two georges had the three biggest deficits in US History.  Reagan was awesome huh? He is also the one who trained the Mujahideen aka Taliban considered them to be no different than America’s Founding Fathers.  – A Troll named William J. Hanchey III 2

I admit I blinked three times slowly after reading that utterance, and then I responded.

To be perfectly clear, being quite heterosexual I have no desire or interest to fellate him so he’ll just have to go to bed all full of liberal angst and sexually flustered.

† Proof that I am Heterosexual:  Mrrreeeowwwrrr… Salma Hayek… you can’t fake that, sorry.

Update:  Soylent thought maybe I had best provide a picture of Salma as additional proof – ok, so here’s the secret handshake part of the heterosexual male club… the first time I ever “met” Salma.  I even have Tito and Tarantula’s Tarantism album because of her.

Oh hell… you need MORE proof, SG? Geez. Right around 3 minutes into it.

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will smell just as sweet as long as you are not a climate bedwetter with his head up his ass.

But when your head is up your ass the winds of change are generally scented with flatulence and excrement.  Same for flowers, ice caps, polar bears, and any other thing totally whinged about by the hysteria-mongers.  They’re all going to smell like excretia.

I imagine Gore hasn’t smelled anything good for a decade or more.

Yes, I’m in a mood when it comes to libtards and eco-terrorists.  Sue me.


Goddamned liar.

Everyone will have five days to look at every piece of legislation that crosses his desk, unless it’s something that can’t stand scrutiny, in which case we’ll just move it along.


Speaking of excretia… enough said.


Anger over the health care bill… I get it.  I understand, I really do.  But calling for people to take out the president?  That’s stupid on so many levels it’s painful to watch.  Let’s just keep counterproductive idiots like this locked in the back room until they shut their mouths and calm down.  Talk about Poor Impulse Control.

Impeachment is a great solution but it has about a 1 in 400,000,000 chance of ever succeeding, even less for voting in health care.  Far better to vote out the dems this election and leave the man politically toothless.


THIS is why we don’t try terrorists anywhere near a civilian judge.

Judge Orders Release of Gitmo Detainee With Ties to 9/11 Attacks

Monday, March 22, 2010

WASHINGTON —  A suspected Al Qaeda organizer once called “the highest value detainee” at Guantanamo Bay was ordered released by a federal judge in an order issued Monday.

Mohamedou Ould Slahi was accused in the 9/11 Commission report of helping recruit Mohammed Atta and other members of the Al Qaeda cell in Hamburg, Germany, that took part in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Military prosecutors suspected Slahi of links to other Al Qaeda operations, and considered seeking the death penalty against him while preparing possible charges in 2003 and 2004.

U.S. District Judge James Robertson granted Slahi’s petition for habeas corpus, effectively finding the government lacked legal grounds to hold him. The order was classified, although the court said it planned to release a redacted public version in the coming weeks.


Hey, I’m all for symbolic gestures but not when they’re such a friggin’ waste of time.

Reps. Steve King (R-Iowa) and Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) plan bills seeking to repeal health reform as was finally passed by the House yesterday, and Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) plans a similar bill in the Senate.  – Michael O’Brien, The Hill.com

Yeah, this is a constructive use of your time guys.  Not 24 hours after the vote that spit in the eye of what the US is really about, do you think it’s going to make any difference at all?

I also heard on NPR (I listen because I wish to know my enemy) one of the commenters say that the rest of the world (particularly Europe) cannot understand after looking at our health care system why so many of us are happy with it exactly as it already is.

Why it is because we like to have government OUT OF OUR LIVES.  That’s why we broke from England, you twits.

Of course some like that kind of control, especially when they wield it.  Could I perhaps be speaking of liberals?  Yeahyoubetcha.


I’m sure the term is very loosely applied.

Diane Sawyer’s exclusive interview with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

“Most powerful woman in 100 years?” “World News” anchor Diane Sawyer asked Pelosi today, citing a Brown University professor. Pelosi, maintaining the smiling poker player’s mask that is her trademark, paused for a moment before saying brightly, “That sounds good.”

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