Wednesday, February 25, 2009

We are using democratic process here!

This might just be the funniest video you will see this week. I guarantee it will make your day -- some students barricaded themselves in a cafeteria or something at New York University and were quite hilariously taken aback when University security ignored their barricades and demands for a "consensus process to move forward" and came in to move them out.



"HEY! WE ARE USING CONSENSUS PROCESS ON HOW TO PROCEED! WHO WILL MODERATE?!"

HT Instapundit.

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Sunday, February 15, 2009

Who owns London?

Cromwell street lies betwixt Cheapside and trendy Grosvenor. From there is the access road into the pit that is Doidge Park. This is an important clue into the moral system of the powerful veiled Illuminati that rule London, Ontario.

Who is this 'Cromwell'? Let us really hope that it is notable social reformer Oliver Cromwell *, who is celebrated in Irish song to this day. Did he not push back the non politically correct Catholic Church out of England? Since the Catholic Church is bad, then the people they did not like are good. And everyone knows that the non politically correct Catholic Church is biased and discriminates against Oliver Cromwell's memory and utters hate inducing things about the legacy of Oliver Cromwell to civilization, culture, and common sense. The Catholic Church is a big meanie, and Oliver Cromwell is a victim.

Of course, it could be another Cromwell. How about Thomas Cromwell *, who not only was Oliver Cromwell's great uncle, but was also the Secretary of State for the progressive taxspender Henry VII and the brave social reformer Henry VIII. Thomas Cromwell is the man religiously responsible for the schism between England and Rome. As such he is disliked by the non politically correct Catholic Church, with whom no progressive activist can find anything good to like. So, Thomas Cromwell is a good guy. And guess what, he too is a notable social reformer, activist, and voice of a social consciousness. Thomas Cromwell, champion of a womans right to choose, and pro bono divorce lawyer of some repute, is a great person for London to honor with a street name.

You may think long on hard on the answer to this mystery. The secret Illuminati of London control the fate of this province. And they seem to like this Cromwell guy, Ollie or Tom, take your pick. Both are great social activists, and caring people who did not eat meat. Oliver Cromwell was a vegetarian non smoker, in an age of famine and tuberculosis. Thomas Cromwell was a notable childrens right activist, spearheading the acceptance of childrens labor in mining. This greatly increased the standard of living for several people. Who is better, who is the more just, and why is the street not decorated with heroic sculpture?

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I, Fenris Badwulf, dictated this to minion Nogoodnick; while Fenris bathed in the scented pools at the London Pleasure Club, being attended by Sonjia DeSade in a multi-piece latex wetsuit ensemble. There he ate a feast, featuring peach balls in rum and chocolate cup cakes served with cherry pie filling and veal a la Borgia.

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Friday, February 13, 2009

The Reagan-Obama Debate

A must-hear.



Who said what?

A) “One of the traditional methods of imposing statism or socialism on a people has been by way of medicine. It’s very easy to disguise a medical program as a humanitarian project. Most people are a little reluctant to oppose anything that suggests medical care for people who possibly can’t afford it... Those who would trade our freedom for the soup kitchen of the welfare state have told us they have a utopian solution of peace without victory, and they say if we only avoid any direct confrontation with the enemy he'll forget his evil ways and learn to love us.”

B) "[W]e will be able to look back and tell our children that this was the moment when we began to provide care for the sick and good jobs to the jobless; this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal; this was the moment when we ended a war and secured our nation and restored our image as the last, best hope on Earth. This was the moment - this was the time - when we came together to remake this great nation so that it may always reflect our very best selves, and our highest ideals."

HT Roger Kimball.

Update: A pairing along the same lines, found at David Thompson's, featuring Milton Friedman (PBUH) and Naomi Klein.

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A Teachable Moment

Geert Wilders, whose oldthinking supporters are unwilling to riot and murder for his cause -- thereby showing themselves to be safely ignored -- is banned from the island formerly known as England.

[I]f you don't threaten violence, if you don't issue death threats, if you don't kill anyone, if you just make a movie or write a book or try to give a speech, the state will prosecute you, ban you or (in the case of Ayaan Hirsi Ali) force you to flee your own country.

In their appeasement of thugs, buffoons like Miliband and the Tory squishes across the House of Commons on the Opposition benches are making it very clear that the state accords more respect to violence than to debate.

In Britain, Canada, the Netherlands and elsewhere... the state is teaching a very dangerous lesson.



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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Bad bartending or shitty music?

Over my many years of living in London, I have oft wondered why I so rarely see drunks downtown. Little known to me was the fact that there are laws which prevent bars from allowing people who appear drunk to be on the premises in London.

Two London bars have had their liquor licences suspended for having drunken patrons on their premises.
Whoa! Drunk at a bar? Who would 'a thunk?



But apparently there are some exceptions made by proponents of certain lifestyle aesthetics. Now, I haven't noticed any country music venues on Richmond Street, so maybe that's why I've rarely noticed any drunks downtown - 'cause y'all know drinking and country music go together like, well, country music and drinking.
The licence of Town & Country Saloon, 763 Dundas St., is suspended for five days, from Feb. 15 to Feb. 20; and that of Cowboys Ranch, 60 Wharncliffe Rd. N., for 10 days, from Feb. 18 to Feb. 28, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario said.

The Ranch was cited for violations of provisions of the Liquor Licence Act on May 9 and the Saloon for incidents involving two people July 29. One patron left the bar intoxicated and the other was served by a bartender after entering the tavern drunk.
Anyone seen my dog? I gave it the keys to my truck an' I ain't seen either since.

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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Obama Cosby



If you liked that, the one I posted at Mitchieville is arguably even funnier.

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Thursday, February 5, 2009

USA Speach By Our Most Ultimate Global Power (The President) For Our Nation On The Day That Symbolizes Love "Valentines Day"

Reconcideration of Ethics (Economic Recovery Meeting)
I Understand
The Subconscience governs Memory
The Conscience governs the Will
Reason governs the Imagination
Acknowledgement governs Thought,Trust, and Belief
Knowledge governs Perception and Awareness
Understanding governs Feeling and Sensibility
and ...
Truth is the Reproof of Understanding
-Authority-

Vary emportant sounding whatevar it si yes we can and no more stopid George bush!! (HT the Corner)

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Industry Needs Glass

Australia's Justice Yeldham plays a contact-mic'd up piece of glass that turns into shards through the course of the show. SKREEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKRRrrrrrRRKKKKKFFFFFFFFFFCHCHCHCH!!! So fun.

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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

An Inconvenient Seal

A scene from the classic science fiction film An Inconvenient Seal.

The movie is the story of a 22nd Century climate change activist who is returning, his faith shaken, from a failed environmental awareness campaign in the far East. Travelling through a land blasted by the effects of climate change, a land where the people live sustainably and yet are inexplicably forced to suffer the heat of summer and the cold of winter, he meets the spirit of Global Warming and challenges it to a game of tic-tac-toe.

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Lux Interior



This song brought me through a rolling car experience; perhaps its rhythms helped us walk away unscathed. Thanks, Lux!

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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

The Canadian Cat Meat Marketing Board, part 2

Warren Kinsella seems to live in a world different from the one he is so busily stuffing others into. Like a prison guard, he enforces rules, but does not live by them. Indeed, his tasteless slander of whatever non-white, non-christian group puts this into the spotlight. If anyone not a member of the politically correct aristocracy had committed this gaffe, they would be facing the Gestapo. And this Gestapo is a child of Warren Kinsella.

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