Thursday, June 16, 2011

Oscar Mayer Tells Friends He Will Step Down, Restroom Etiquette: Since There Seems to Be Some Confusion, Boobs..., Brownie, you’re doing a heck of a job.” When Did Black People Become Hockey Fans? Why Won't Obama End The War On Drugs? Obama Screws Black Folks!

Restroom Etiquette: Since There Seems to Be Some Confusion
Many people seem to look at public restrooms as both an opportunity to do things they wouldn't do at home, and a creative challenge.
This goes along with the general decline of civilized society. Folks holding the door open for someone, folks who no longer say “please” or “thank you.” People who mistreat wait staff or any service worker. Rude drivers, drivers who don’t pay attention, cashiers who put the money on the counter and not in your hand.
Cyber bullies, real life bullies, obnoxious parents… Jesus the list goes on.

If you are unable or incapable of taking a shit in a public restroom like a civilized human being then you are a useless fuck. And damn you bastards who are still unable to control piss flow at an advanced age need to sit down like the bitch you are!!
I mean you still miss that big ass bowl? Damn!

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More on the general decline of civilized society...

 


Boobs


To the women who "can't understand what the big deal is" and think "guys are such perverts" are audibly sighing right now, please save your comments until women stop obsessing about diamonds. Thank you.

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Heck of a Book, Brownie - Bush’s FEMA director makes his case

Michael D. Brown says he got a bad rap. With the statement, “Brownie, you’re doing a heck of a job,” on September 2, 2005, George W. Bush made Brown, then director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the name and face of governmental incompetence after Hurricane Katrina tore through the Gulf Coast. Ten days later, Brown resigned. The media were brutal. Newspaper editorials after Katrina excoriated a “self-serving” Brown for his “failures.” The New York Times’s Maureen Dowd called him a “blithering idiot.” A team of eight reporters from Time magazine asked the question, “How reliable is Brown’s résumé?”

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Downtown Vancouver rocked by Stanley Cup post-game riot

I thought only black folks engaged in such activities… I guess in the picture above the black folks are in the distance setting the fires while white folks stand around documenting the carnage… my bad

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Weinergeddon Climax: Weiner Tells Friends He Will Step Down

The New Face of the Democrat Party is apparently throwing in the towel. The New York Times reports that Congressman Anthony Weiner “has told friends that he plans to resign his seat after coming under growing pressure from his Democrat colleagues to leave the House in the wake of revelations of his lewd online exchanges with women.” Times are tough at the Times these days. They can’t even afford commas.

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John McWhorter: "Why Won't Obama End The War On Drugs?"
Team Obama's deafness to the growing chorus of opposition to the War On Drugs has become so appalling that you start thinking Cornel West was right about the president's alleged lack of interest in black concerns: "Drug arrests during Obama's first year in office were higher than they were in George Bush's first year. There have been about 100 marijuana raids under the Obama administration so far, while during all eight of the Bush years, there were only about 200. If there is any through line from Obama's speech at Chicago's Grant Park to this, I'm having trouble gleaning it. The Obama folks are so grievously behind the curve on the war on drugs that their approach will look as tacky and antique in the history books as Herbert Hoover's support for Prohibition as 'an experiment noble in purpose.'"

On 40th Anniversary Of War On Drugs, Cops Decry Obama's Drug Policy
WASHINGTON -- Forty years after President Richard Nixon first declared a war on drugs, the officers who fought in it are calling for a truce.

Former law enforcement officials gathered in the District of Columbia on Tuesday to announce their new report. It details the failures of the government's long battle against illegal drugs and denounces the Obama administration's current drug policies.

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‘It Hurts’ – Jesse Jackson Acknowledges Obama’s Dismal Unemployment Numbers in Black Community




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