Friday, April 30, 2010


I'm feelin' it.

anarchy @ 1:03, 2:33, 3:56, 4:58

Kurt Wagner/Nightcrawler

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

World Cup Prison Camp

Chernobyl Flourishing

No people actually live in Chernobyl. They haven't since May 1986.

The vegetation in the Chernobyl zone has flourished. Flora and fauna have made the best of the situation without human interference and claimed their space. Scientists found that since 1990, growth flourished and the ecological effect has been positive. Eighty percent of the zone is now forested; before the disaster, it was just 20 percent. A total of 240 species of animals have been counted within the exclusion zone, most of which were present only in low numbers before the disaster.

Beckham, call it quits.

I remember seeing the film, Everybody's All American, starring Dennis Quaid. In the film, a superstar professional (American) Football player retires and then can't resist coming back even though he is far past his prime. Sound familiar, Brett Favre? Michael Jordan?

Professional athletes have a hard time knowing when to call it quits. I suppose when a sport is how you have defined yourself for your entire life, giving it up just because you aren't your best or making the big bucks doesn't really compute.

It turns out that David Beckham will not be able to play this entire MLS season. His England career is essentially over. He can no longer hold the starting spot on AC Milan. It just doesn't sound like he has any more "top" choices. I am sure LA would like to keep him hobbling around to sell shirts, of course.

Becks lookin' mighty knifed up.

Why You Should Care about the Three Americans Held in Iran

Arrested for allegedly crossing the Iran-Iraq border on July 31, 2009, they remain in detention nine months later in Iran's Evin prison. In their nine months of imprisonment Sarah Shourd, Shane Bauer, and Josh Fattal have had only three visits from Swiss consular officials, have been permitted only one brief phone call to their families, and have been denied access to their Iranian lawyer.

Though Iranian officials occasionally sputter about "espionage," the only charge they face is "illegal border crossing," punishment for which is a fine, not indefinite detention.

Sarah -- who is in solitary confinement -- told them she is suffering from depression and a severe gynecological condition. Shane, originally also held in solitary but now sharing a cell with Josh, told them he is enduring a stomach ailment.

The three have lamentably become political pawns in the U.S.-Iranian staring contest. The fact is, despite the West's belligerence towards Iran, these three individuals demand our support and solidarity.


By The Time We Get To Arizona

Arizona continues to wallow in a pool of fascism and racism. Boycotts seem to be gathering steam. Whether or not you ever bought products from AZ companies or intended to travel to AZ, this boycott campaign seems worthwhile as companies are getting scared.

Arizona firms that face a boycott: Cold Stone Creamery, Dial soap, PF Chang's, Fender guitars, U-Haul, Go Daddy, Sky Mall, US Airways and Best Western.

Or some people might take out their anger with public officials responsible.

Population none in the desert and sun
Wit' a gun cracker
Runnin' things under his thumb
Starin' hard at the postcards
Isn't it odd and unique?
Seein' people smile wild in the heat
120 degree
'Cause I wanna be free
What's a smilin' fact
When the whole state's racist

Tony Pirone "bitch ass nigger"

Tony Pirone, the pig who shouted "bitch ass nigger" at Oscar Grant before his fellow pig murdered Grant, got fired.

I guess we are supposed to cheer... Cheer that a pig FINALLY lost his job a full year after his punk ass brutalized a Black man before his death... Pirone made well over $100,000 in salary in the 15 months since the murder.

Scott Baio is a fascist

Scott Baio used to be famous, now he is just a bitter reactionary.

His wife sucks too.

And this is just hilarious:

Mjolnir Has Landed

MAJOR Thor (film) spoiler!!

Click HERE if you want to see Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, from the film.

Click HERE for an explanation of where this image turns up.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Rediscover music: Dance Disaster Movement

It is always enjoyable to dig out some music you virtually forgot about to re-discover and enjoy it.

Close to 10 years ago, I loved the chaotic dance post-punk of Dance Disaster Movement. I recently threw DDM on and I still really enjoy it. A little bit like The Rapture x The Make Up + lo-fi synth wave. I have really fond memories of seeing the duo of Matt & Kevin spazz out live in their all white outfits. Those guys were two super friendly and funny dudes.
Their pinnacle, in my opinion, is the track "The Shots". Towards the end, the duo seemed to grow tired of their all-white schtick and dance rhythms and moved more towards chaos.

I encourage everyone to check them out posthumously.
MySpace (I am shocked to see their MySpace account was logged into as recent as 3/10/10)

Old DDM Dim Mak page

Attack Arizona!

If you don't know already, the insane fascist state of Arizona marches on with a new law that blatantly targets Latinos and makes Brown skin reason enough to be stopped by the law.

The media loves to call this law "harsh" or "strict" but using those words only serves the narrative that this is a just law which is solving a problem albeit with uneasy-to-stomach means. It is not. It is a racist law and nothing less.
(It is interesting that the laws never actually target capital which is free to cross borders.)

AZ is a white flight state. Approximately 85% of the citizens in the state sitting on what was Mexico are White. I imagine most of them to be rightwing paranoids afraid of Mexicans stealing their way of life. The state has already begun militarized raids on Mexican/Indigenous communities and fascist Sheriff Arpaio may be the next Govenor.

This law means:

It is illegal for any person to be on public or private land (meaning in any location within the state) without carrying verification proving citizenship or legal residency.

Every person must now carry proof of legal residency at all times in Arizona,and may legally be asked by any state employed to present documentation.

It is illegal for any person to house or transport any person who cannot provide legal documentation within the United States.

Think about it... Everyone is now required to have state identification on them at all times for any state employee to verify. You can't even legally drive someone around who does not have identification.

This is directly aimed at Latinos (approx. 40% of the state) and you can bet they will be stopped, pulled over, and harassed on any whim to harass and provide identification.
Without losing sight of that, what else does this law do? State identification not only targets those it seeks to exclude but also forces the state onto those the law seeks to include. It defines and codifies who you are.
Another frightening ramification of this is how it will undoubtedly affect dissidents who seek anonymity. If you are protesting in any legal or extralegal fashion, cops can stop you at any point and legally demand identification. Not stopping and providing documentation is illegal.

Let no aspect of Arizona be safe. Let the state that found discomfort in honoring a Black man who tried to show White people the meaning of civilization again find discomfort as the state is besieged. Once this racist law is gone, let the offensive continue. That which cannot be changed should be cut off and destroyed like a poisoned limb.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Link Roundup

- The Supreme Court has struck down a federal law targeting “depictions of animal cruelty” videos. And that’s a very good thing for the animal rights movement. Similar legislation could be used to target depictions of animal cruelty produced by activists themselves.

- How to Fool Face Recognition Systems With Make Up

- Will fake boobs fall out of popularity? I fuckin' hope so!


924 Gilman Is In Trouble

924 Gilman St. is in trouble. On July 1, 2010 Gilman's rent will increase by nearly $3000.00 a month, jeopardizing the future of the club.

924 Gilman says
The club’s rent has been increasing every year for the last twenty three years, and up until now we’ve been able to make the adjustments needed to compensate for those increases, but what we are facing now is the equivalent of having twenty years of rent increases condensed into one, and once it goes into effect the clock will begin to tick away as we struggle to generate the extra $31,000.00 a year needed to cover this massive rent hike.


I have been regularly attending shows at 924 Gilman St. for 18 years. It has served as a geographic focal point in my life more than any other place. I would hate to see it go. Hell, I can't even imagine the Bay Area without it. Probably equally as scary is to see the club be forced to morph into something completely different than intended to survive.

This rent problem comes at a time when, it appears, show attendance is at a low. These things happen. Punk/hardcore seems to go in cycles and a lot of the fair weather kids leave and smaller groups of lifers carry on. Last time I heard about scary rent problems threatening Gilman, it was probably also during such a lull.

What if Gilman did close its doors? 924 Gilman opened with a purpose in a specific area that would allow the club to do its own thing. That area has completely transformed from an industrial wasteland into family friendly yuppie joints. The club has been forced to adapt on some levels. Does this mean punk and Gilman ought to find a different location? Would it make more sense to keep it real in another abandoned area of the Bay Area and carry on in a similar spirit?

Is punk even sustainable at this point? The world is completely different than it was in the 80's and I don't see the influx of young blood into the scene that used to be common. I don't know if there is another scene or genre that is the same thing punk was in 1982. The world and the internet have destroyed what once made underground scenes so vibrant and essential. All this is not to say that us lifers need a place too. We do. Gilman, in many ways, is the center of our community and I would be heartbroken to see it go away.

Broken Glass

My muay thai fighting friend, Matt, recently got fucked up and wrote a great piece about it here:

Tea Party Come and Gone

April 15th was supposed to be a big showing of force for the Tea Party Movement. There was supposed to be armed rebellion, brawls with anarchists, liberal subversion, massive media coverage, and the fulfillment of a truly sustainable mass movement... But did any of that happen?

It would seem that this Tea Party really kicked off when the government decided to raise taxes for people making over $250k/year. So was this working class average american movement angry about that and rallying to the rescue of the super rich? Were they being manipulated? Or was it really this super rich fuckers who were out with the misspelled signs?


Perhaps this supposed libertarian movement stepped a little too far outside of the acceptable boundaries. Maybe they got a little too riled up and/or real because Fox News began to pull support. Rupert Murdoch didn't think Fox should be supporting this movement that they essentially gave birth to. Sean Hannity didn't even get to broadcast from a big tea bagging event. It would seem that this "movement" is beginning to fizzle without their loud benefactor. (Of course, you still have politicians trying to out righting each other but that is not new and only recently became a part of Tea Party-ism.)

Whether it is called Tea Party or The Militia Movement or Ron Paul or the state of Arizona, the push rightward continues. Noam Chomsky wrote a pretty startling look at this.

Americans love to hate taxes and why shouldn't we since we get so little back. Maybe if taxes went to serve the people more than the capitalist machine, we could handle paying them and not devolve into some irrational fear that somehow the people with nothing are actually getting more than me.


(Apparently not where The Tea Party likes to pretend they do.)

Bill Maher made a proposition to Tea Party. If they really care about taxes and the deficit, attack military spending.

A lot has been written about how to approach, fight, befriend, win over, or organize the Tea Party. Perhaps if they die off, we won't have to worry about that (or read all the idiotic proposals). You can't win them over. There is no rational argument against irrational claims and fears. Whether they are working class or not, the liberals, progressives, or left radicals aren't going to get them to switch sides. That type of cultural shift takes decades and, while it might be a project worth the energy, this group ain't coming along.

I really hope we stop seeing these liberal/progressive counter-protests which read more like a guide how NOT to oppose Tea Party than anything else. NONE of the counter-demonstrators seem to have ANY signs opposing anything that Tea Party is about. Sure, a lot of Tea Partiers are racist, sexist, homophobic and I see plenty of people protesting racism/sexism/homophobia but then why have a reactionary counter-demo to vent about those things all in relation to something that doesn't stand for those things? It is like a fuckin knee-jerk reaction that liberals/progressives seem to have.
I am not saying all things aren't inter-connected. They are. The left seems to instinctively know this and that is why every demo kinda looks the same. Somewhere, however, I think focus was lost and now every leftist demo just brings out the usual suspects for the usual parade. (Perhaps the popular insurrectionist "totality" crit will bring a new way of approaching this interconnectedness... so long as it doesn't continue to dwell in the privileged ghetto of ignoring race/class/etc.)

They Are Watching

Tonight in a dimly lit room of my peers, I was asked a question about this blog,
"Blogspot. Are you concerned with who owns what you write?.. Who might be reading what you write?"
As always seems the case in these interactions, a quick insufficient answer was spit out before the next storm of noise canceled out dialogue.

There are two distinct questions. With the question of ownership, I am not concerned. I borrow. I steal. A lot of words I post are regurgitated from other sources. I suppose the feudal lords of Google could claim ownership of my words and their league of lawyers would back it up. I don't post here with the concern of how these words will be used after we are done with them.

Am I concerned that state and corporate spies have their eyes on me? I have no illusions that if either wished to see me behind bars or dead, I would be. I am careful. We all must be. Some words are better off not spoken or typed. However, I would rather be part of an empowering chorus than part of a scared underground.

Now let's continue... with our tired bloodshot eyes and our sore arthritic hands.

Let us shatter the overly precious images of ourselves whose reflections lull us into passivity.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Take Our Daughters To Work

Today was Take Our Daughters To Work Day... er... I mean Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day.

Take Our Daughters to Work Day was started in 1993 by liberal feminist Gloria Steinem. The intent was to counter the disenfranchisement of women. The day was designed specifically to address self-esteem of girls and to expose them to careers often not presented to them.

The Day resisted reactionary pressure to include boys initially. Well, in 2003, Take Our Daughters To Work Day was officially changed and promoted as Take Our Daughters AND SONS To Work Day. What is the point of starting a day/program to help out the disenfranchised if you just include the already enfranchised?! There is already a day for that. It is called EVERYday!

Some educators are also asking that parents not remove their children from school to take them to work.

Our children- especially young girls- need to learn they are more than a career. While taking them to work and showing them different environments might promote goals of becoming a successful business person, I can think of nothing less I would want to imprint on a young person than the nightmares of slaving away for capital.

Fucking hell!.. The seemingly official site is sponsored by Barbie!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

RIP Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal

One of the first rap casettes I bought was Gang Starr's Step Into The Arena. It took some time to grow on me and in some ways signaled my move from high bpm rebel rap to more nuanced hip hop.

By the time Hard To Earn came out, Gang Starr was one of my favorite groups. They stand out in that era as the tops. They combined a gully attitude with style and mixed it with some of the best beats.
Guru went on to do Jazzmatazz. He was certainly a pioneer of that jazz/hip hop fusion and I loved Jazzmatazz 1 and 2.

Keith Elam aka Guru died today. I don't think anyone could out it better than he did...

No religion could save ya
My religion is rap, r-a-p
R-e-a-l-i-t-y, g
Cause when I rock street kids rejoice
I got mad rhymes, still

It's mostly tha voice, that gets you up
It's mostly tha voice, that makes you buck
A lot of rappers got flavor, and some got skills
But if your voice ain't dope then you need to chill

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Right Network Wrongs

Kelsey Grammar proves he is a tool and spews out coded phrases for diot rightwingers to shout "hell yeah!" to.

Right Network: "entertainment with Pro-America, Pro-Business, Pro-Military sensibilities."

Here is another lunatic essentially encouraging a civil war. I can't fuckin wait.

Militia Field Day 2010

Gawker posted a semi-decent article about The Michigan Militia's annual Field Day. The event included training, coordinating, shooting events and BBQ (with Kosher and vegan options!!). The article focuses on some upstart group not heavily involved with the larger more organized groups (probably because the more smarter groups wouldn't indulge journalists).

The article, along with the militia's own website, seem to indicate a distancing of the movement from Christian fundamentalism. If the Kosher and vegan meal options are any indication, perhaps the entire movement/mentality is shifting. (NPR reported on this to some extent.)

"They are anti-war and anti-Patriot Act. The Sons of Liberty sounded like leftists who liked guns."

Taxes & Trust

Americans hate taxes... At least, I am told we do, or we are supposed to. We have, at least, hated them since Reagan and his crew told us to. And why? Because we should not trust "big government." It is easy to not trust government when you don't trust anyone.

I don't trust government for one bit. I know how they actually spend our tax money. It is no secret. It props up capital and empire. However, a society, whether stateless or not, must provide for its people. That is the very basis of society/community. (Reminds me of Thatcher's "There is no such thing as society- merely individuals and their families")

Perhaps it is a matter of what people give and receive from society? Perhaps this pathological anti-tax rage in the US is a result of distrust... not a distrust of government but a distrust of people.

Sociological Images has a great in depth article contrasting Dane's attitudes towards taxes and each other to Americans':

Survivors Cancelled

BBC has cancelled the post-civ collapse drama, Survivors, due to low ratings. I am a little bummed but not too surprised. The show follows a group of English survivors after a flu pandemic wipes out 90-99% of the Earth's population. It is an amazing show as it puts average naive Britons in realistic situations of a world after society collapses.

The series begins with a sort of 28 Days Later sans zombies vibe. It progresses to a dramatic thriller that, at times, feels like Cormac McCarthy's world of The Road (although not as bleak). I highly recommend the series to anyone interested in systems collapse, post-apocalyptical scenarios, survivalism, and/or just a good drama with a lot of character development.

The dvd's will be available in the US later this month.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Rap + Booze

Tracing the Connection Between The Beats and The Bottles

80% of rap songs contain references to alcohol. (8 percent of rap songs had references to alcohol in 1979, but by 1997, 44 mentioned booze.)

This isn't a coincidence. It is a calculated merger of performers and alcohol companies.
You can't tell me Jay-Z's very public break from drinking Cristal (which did make a somewhat classist/racist remark but also, apparently, did not pay artists for the name-dropping) and move to constantly hyping Ace of Spades isn't lining his pockets. He's not a businessman. He's a business, man!

I realize Jamie Foxx ain't rap.

Comics blah blah blah

I haven't blogged about comics in a long time, but it doesn't mean I haven't been thinking about them. I am actually excited about a few things. DC's Blackest Night and Brightest Day have me very interested but given the scope of the stories, I am waiting for trade paperbacks. Marvel's Civil War was great and they really hit a high with all the unveiling of Secret Invasion but a lot of the Dark this-and-that Norman Osborne stuff didn't interest me.

Now I am looking forward to Marvel's Heroic Age but am a little weary of the new teaser images for "We Are The X-Men." Are they trying to integrate the X-books into Marvel's greater community? I just don't like the idea of (at least, non-traditional) non-mutants as part of The X-Men.

Another thing that got my attention is Marvel's Avengers: The Children’s Crusade.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Meat Is For Pussies Out Today

John Joseph "Meat Is For Pussies" - dropping on April 15th, 2010 from Polygraph Productions on Vimeo.

John "Bloodclot" Joseph is just pretty fuckin amazing.

Robben Island/South Africa 2010

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

AZ Hates Mexicans

Arizona made it legal for cops to hassle Latinos.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Link Roundup

-Being an anarchist and typing "Fuck The Feds" on FaceBook can get you locked up as a terrorist.

-T-Pain is a rightwing bootlicker:

-Wisconsin's DA wants it to be illegal to learn about sex.

- Universities are being taught by folks who believe in hocus pocus magic.

-An Incomplete Timeline of the Pope’s Child Rape Cover-up

Thursday, April 08, 2010

Juggalo Jesus

The Insane Clown Posse have a new video out and it is an instant internet meme. The video is for the song Miracles and it totally outs ICP for the anti-intellectual backwards Christian evangelists they revealed they were at the close of their Dark Carnival themed albums.

So now you got these clowns with their insane hatchet-repping followers getting down for Jesus and they bring it hard on the new song.

And know that’s a miracle opened wide
Look at the mountains, trees, the seven seas
And everything chilling underwater, please
Hot lava, snow, rain and fog
Long neck giraffes, and pet cats and dogs

Fucking rainbows after it rains
there’s enough miracles here to blow your brains

Fucking magnets, how do they work?
And I don’t wanna talk to a scientist
Y’all motherfuckers lying, and getting me pissed

The Dark Carnival is your invitation
To witness that without explanation
Take a look at this fine creation
And enjoy it better with appreciation

Are you a believer in miracles?
Magic everywhere in this bitch

When are Militias and Tea Party Members “Terrorists”?

Green Is The New Red posted another great article. This one is entitled When are Militias and Tea Party Members “Terrorists”?
It contrasts the tolerance and leniency rightwing fascists are awarded with the harsh attacks and sentencing levied against animal rights, animal liberation, and environmental folks.

#1: Mike Vanderboegh, former militia member from Alabama, urged readers of his blog to throw bricks through Democratic offices in response to health care legislation.
Six animal rights activists were convicted of “animal enterprise terrorism” for doing much less. They were part of Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty, and ran a website that posted personal information about executives tied to the controversial lab Huntingdon Life Sciences.
They were sentenced to between 1 and 6 years in prison. And the former militia member? He hasn’t even been arrested.

#2: The Christian militia, Hutaree, were “part of a group of apocalyptic Christian militants who were plotting to kill law enforcement officers in hopes of inciting an antigovernment uprising.
The New York Times doesn’t call this racist, political violence “terrorism.” Yet a group of environmentalists who sabotaged property as part of the Earth Liberation Front, without harming or intending to harm a single person, were smeared as terrorists immediately upon arrest.

#3: Sarah Palin told a rally of 8,000 tea-partiers: “It’s not a time to retreat. It’s a time to reload.”
The AETA 4, for example, are not accused of property destruction or threats of violent. They are being charged under the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act for protesting and chalking slogans on the streets using children’s sidewalk chalk.

Clamoring to label others as terrorists misses the point, which is that the word, the most dangerous and powerful term in the media and in our legal system, is nothing more than a fluid brand to attack the enemy of the hour.

Oh Decadent America

Don't worry our pretty little heads with real news.

People Get Ready!

"The legitimacy of nation states will continue to diminish due to a financial insolvency (which means it won't be able to finance social/stability programs), successive global shocks, and tolerance of looting by a financial oligarchy. As national legitimacy weakens, people will give their loyalty to groups (gang, church, tribe, etc.) that can protect and provide for them. Many of these groups will be violent. As these groups multiply in number, open source warfare and systems disruption will spread. "

Link Roundup

- The cabal of pedophiles known as The Catholic Church continue to blame all sorts for people hating on their love of raping children.

-Lilith Fair are punking out to anti-abortion fuckers.

- Leading up to the Rwandan genocide, Tutsi's broadcast a lot of vitriolic hatred. What is someone broadcast that type of incitement on a major American network? Well, in a comparison, Glenn Beck already does.

- Some maniac attacked a dog because he claims it was racist. Sounds like Son of Sam to me.

- Google vs. China is being hyped up as the private company standing up to totalitarianism... but it isn't.
Google cooperates with governments such as Hong Kong and India with censorship. (And in China, anyone can use which is not censored by the government.)

- A former New Orleans police officer told federal authorities he saw a fellow officer shoot and kick unarmed, wounded civilians in a deadly incident on a bridge in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath.

Malcolm McLaren is Dead

Pompous capitalist bastard, Malcolm McLaren, is dead. While what he did is far from what he claimed, he did help create two VERY significant things that affected my life: "Buffalo Girls" & The Sex Pistols.

Monday, April 05, 2010

Collateral Murder

I encourage you to watch this video in its entirety. I realize 17+ minutes is a long time (as I understand it, most peoples' internet attention is less than 60 seconds) but I think we, as Americans, owe it to ourselves and the people of Iraq to view Imperialism in its naked brutality. The video isn't as visually brutal as many Hollywood films or video games. It is brutal in the methodology in which this attack takes place.

It fascinates me just how efficiently these soldiers execute the killing of these men and injure children from the heavens. It isn't efficient enough for the obviously trigger happy gunmen. Seeing a spray of artillery and the resulting cloud of dust. Then seeing these imperialist hunters circling the scene to kill any living and anyone who arrives to help.

Wikileaks has hyped up this video release. Afterall, the US government wouldn't allow its release. They claimed it was too sensitive to national security or some bullshit. What does Wikileaks look to do? It reminds me of The Falcon and the Snowman. In that film when a government worker uncovers dirty deeds done by the US government, his buddy encourages releasing it to the press. His rationale is that the American people would be outraged and public opinion would prohibit such things from continuing. The government worker, however, points out that such acts have been made public before but the US media and public just do not care. I think he is right. In preparation of this video's release, the US military started outing themselves that mistakes have been made and innocents have been killed. This tempers the revelation that it happened one more time. Of course, it didn't happen 'one more time.' It is a systematic assault on the people of Iraq.

Of the dozen or so killed, property destroyed, and two children injured, one man was carrying a weapon. I am sure the US military and their apologists will point to this as "proof" that the label of insurgents used to describe the dead was accurate or at least close enough. I doubt all of us Americans who so cherish our right to bare arms will be rushing to the dozen dead's defense.

Enjoy your viewing.

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Pentagon murder-coverup Video Release

The video is classified military footage of a May 7, 2009 air strike which may have killed as many as 97 civilians in Afghanistan. Initially, the Pentagon planned to release the video last year, but backtracked. Wikileaks claims to have obtained a copy and decrypted it. Gen. David Petraeus has said the video proves "the targets of these different strikes were the Taliban." But Wikileaks claims the video will reveal a "Pentagon murder-coverup."

So, what happens when it is released and if it reveals what we all already know and no one cares?

Nazi hacked to death.

Fuck calm. Good riddance!

Saturday, April 03, 2010

via Planet of the Apes

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Tan Tax

Let me try to break this down...
So, White people like to destroy their skin in order to look less (naturally) pale. I guess it is some sort of status symbol of leisure (or perhaps some deep-seated desire to not be White). The government, in desperate need of funds, decides to tax tanning salons. This isn't stopping White people from destroying their skin in the natural sunlight but it adds a few cents when gaining an unnatural orange hue. Then some White folks grasping for anything to complain about declare this taxation as racist. White folks just can't catch a break!

Someone call Dr. Cress-Welsing!

King Flatbiller = Nazi

A "brahzi", if you will.

Does this actually come as a surprise to anyone??