Tuesday, June 27, 2006

How Do You Get A Monkey To Quit Smoking? Beer Of Course.

A 26-year-old chimpanzee enjoys a cigarette at the zoo in Xian, China. Xiku the chain-smoking chimpanzee has almost kicked his deadly habit thanks to the efforts of zoo keepers in China, but it has taken a beer or two to help get him through detox.

Friday, June 23, 2006

World Cup Update

Someone told me there were soccer games being played...Really? I though the World Cup was all about hot chicks with a lot of national spirit.

Happy Friday to all! Here's to a weekend of drunken girls with national spirit!

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Don't Let The UN Take Your Guns!

redneck fuckers
Next thing you know they'll want your trailer too!

Yeeee Haaaaa!

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

My New Favorite Web Site

I know I've posted this two or three times before, but Overheard In New York is fucking hillarious. Everyday I get at least two or three chuckles out of it. Like this gem:

Time for New Friends

Girl #1: How much does he want?
Girl #2: Ten dollars.
Girl #1 to gypsy cab: Fuck you! I'd rather drag my friend home on her face than pay you ten dollars!

--Union Square East

Monday, June 19, 2006

Homeless Screech

Screech is gonna be homeless. Thanks to Indy for the heads up.

Here's a tasty morsel of whining from his site:

"Tell Arthur Giraldo that I just got served and was told that he hadn't contacted the holder of the land contract for over a month, never sent any papers over and as such, I am losing my house. If he doesn't call me back I'll go to Howard Stern and tell the world (New York especially) how he does business. Let's face it, if he can't find the time to work on a mortgage for a famous celebrity, how will he handle the average person?"

Wow. He ought to see a doctor, cause Screech is fucking delusional.

How about you get off your ass and get a job at Walmart or a gas station or anywhere and pay your bills like normal people, instead of begging on the internet? Your one step above a guy who sits at the subway entrance and begs for change.

Boo Hoo.

I never liked you Screech, now I hate you.

More World Cup Goodness

Are all the Sweedish soccer fans hot and horny? That's what I've learned about world cup.

Here are some Facts:

*Pearl Jam Rock live. 6 guys, 3 hour shows, a different set list every night, arenas packed to the rafters and a rocking new album.

*Soccer is more boring than golf. The US didn't even score the goal against Italy, the Itallians knocked it in themselves.

*In the next six months my life will be changing dramatically. That's all I can say for now.

*I am now old. During my last trip to CVS I purchased a knee brace and reading glasses.

Here are some Myths:

*George Bush is actually running the country.

*I am a good poker player.

*I am a good guitar player.

*Pot lowers your sperm count.

Monday, June 12, 2006

She's Almost Hot Enough To Make Me Care About The World Cup

Seriously. Soccer's more boring than golf.

A friend of mine said "Soccer's not a sport. It's an activity."

Happy Monday Kids!

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Cunt of the Month

Super Cunty
Ann Coulter. I hated her before. Now I super-hate her. What a cunt. She should be fucked up the ass by a herd of wild donkeys.

From The NY Daily News:

When their husbands were killed on 9/11, four New Jersey widows tried to find out why - and now no-holds-barred conservative pundit Ann Coulter is mercilessly denouncing them as "witches."

"I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much," Coulter writes in her new book.

Her brutal words were challenged yesterday on national television by "Today" host Matt Lauer - and she was slammed by the widows she derided as self-absorbed, limelight-seeking "harpies."

"I'd like her to meet my daughter and tell her how anyone could enjoy their father's death," said Kristen Breitweiser, one of four widows known as the "Jersey Girls."

"She sounds like a very disturbed, unraveled person," added Breitweiser.

In "Godless: The Church of Liberalism," the uncompromisingly right-wing Coulter writes the Jersey Girls have no right to criticize President Bush or any of the failures that led to the terror attacks.

"These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis," Coulter writes.

"And by the way, how do we know their husbands weren't planning to divorce these harpies? Now that their shelf life is dwindling, they'd better hurry up and appear in Playboy. . .

"These self-obsessed women seemed genuinely unaware that 9/11 was an attack on our nation and acted as if the terrorist attacks happened only to them."

Breitweiser, Lorie Van Auken, Mindy Kleinberg and Patty Casazza bonded after their husbands died on 9/11, leaving them with seven children and a desire for answers.

They pushed to create the 9/11 commission, which put out a scathing report criticizing the Clinton and Bush administrations for not taking the terrorist threat more seriously - and found New York's emergency response system wasn't prepared for a serious attack.

"Our ports have not been secured. Our borders have not been secured. We still haven't caught [Osama] Bin Laden," Van Auken said yesterday. "She's not even talking about what we were talking about. She's just attacking."

The Jersey Girls - or, as Coulter calls them, "the Witches of East Brunswick" - have been criticized before, but never like this. Van Auken told the Daily News she was stunned by the vitriol.

"Having my husband burn alive in a building brought me no joy," she said. "Watching it unfold on national TV and .seeing it repeated endlessly was beyond what I could describe. Telling my children they would never see their father again was not fun. And we had no plans to divorce."

When Lauer grilled Coulter about the book, she yelled at him so harshly that gasps echoed through Rockefeller Center - and then she made a wisecrack about CBS-bound former host Katie Couric.

"If you lose a husband, you no longer have the right to have a political point of view?" Lauer asked.

As the exchange grew tense, Coulter said, "Look, you're getting testy with me."

She later added: "Hey, where's Katie? Did she leave or something?"

Last night, Coulter didn't back down from bashing the 9/11 widows. "These women got paid. They ought to take their money and shut up about it," Coulter said on MSNBC's "The Situation with Tucker Carlson."

Coulter made headlines in the past when she called for blowing up The New York Times Building, advocated forcing Muslims to become Christians and wrote an entire book that said every American liberal is guilty of treason.

Her controversial writings have made her a best-selling .author and syndicated columnist and put her on the cover of Time magazine. She's made big bucks in the process, buying a $1.5 million condo on the upper East Side.

Politicians of both parties denounced Coulter's comments.

"It's totally inhumane to be saying things like this about people who went through such agony," said Rep. Pete King (R-L.I.).

"It seems that she's just full of anger and hate," said Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-Manhattan), who held a news conference yesterday with relatives of 9/11 victims on the country's failure to improve security.

"Like an insecure child, it's always been clear that Ann Coulter is prepared to do anything to get attention," added Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-Brooklyn, Queens). "This is a new low."