I'm officially moving to blogspot
because it apparently is a really crappy tool for blogging, and I'm very masochistic when it comes to writing.
I'll still be checking out my friends here, and commenting excessively on martybeckerman
Your I'm Outta Here leader,
Wed, Jul. 26th, 2006, 10:34 pm
I've had my first banning. This assclown didn't like me pointing out that his making fun of religious nuts was weird, considering that he himself is a different kind of religious nut. To be fair, the guy doesn't let most comments he disagrees with through anyway, so being banned isn't a big deal. I just think it's funny. And my joke wasn't even dirty.
Also, I've been called humorless and illogical over at Pharyngula. Check the comments if you care. I even admitted zombies were cool, to no avail.
I'll admit to being humorless and illogical, but damned if I'll let them ignore how cool I think zombies are!
Your BRAAIIIINNNNS! leader,
Sat, Jul. 22nd, 2006, 01:31 pm
I've heaped a small amount of praise on kevin-m at Insomnia Report
(I think I said he had the best written blog in Minnesota and that I wanted to vote for him for Congress). In case you weren't listening, here are a couple of posts that show his ability to make me laugh. One is about Milwaukee
(The name “Milwaukee” comes from an ancient Algonquin word meaning “only ninety miles from Chicago”.
), and the other is about two-faced cats
(Will the two-faced kittens be a force for universal enlightenment and peace? Will they seize command our souls and force us into servitude and perdition even in the afterlife? Or will they be morally-neutral, like regular faced kittens?
I am currently being backgrounded by the Minneapolis PD. If I get a job, and I catch Mr. -M red handed peeing on the sidewalk
in front of a libertarian meeting
, I will let him go.
Because MPD cops have more important things to deal with.
Your Insomnia leader,
Fri, Jul. 21st, 2006, 08:33 pm
|You Are 60% Weird|
You're so weird, you think you're *totally* normal. Right?
But you wig out even the biggest of circus freaks!
Tue, Jul. 18th, 2006, 10:50 am
I got to vote in an endorsing convention last night. MN District 51B endorsed Tom Tillberry of Fridley to run, after Connie Bernardy decided to not run again.
He wasn't my 1st choice, but he was my second. I find his style of speaking to be stilted and vaguely creepy (he's a counselor, and he talks like one), but his issues and electability aren't in question. It was an interesting experience, and one I would do again (although the Affiliate didn't know how long it would take and got a little cranky near the end).
I also got a rash on my legs yesterday, but it happened before the caucus, so there's no post hoc, ergo propter hoc there.
On Friday I got to see Semisonic at the MN Aquatennial concert. It was their 1st show since December of '03, and it was a good one. I've never seen them live before, and am not a huge fan, but I had a great time. Those guys can play. They did Prince's "Erotic City" (one of the few Prince songs I really like), with John Munson and Dan Wilson trading lines in low and high voice, respectively.
It was a great show, and LappDogg should be pissed at the wife for not letting him come ;)
Your Funk 'Till the Dawn leader,
I haven't posted in a long time, and this is just going to be a bunch of stories from the past weeks.
Also, Germany's #3. Not bad, I say!
Just a little late for the 4th. Because it's OK to desecrate American Icons if you're Christian.
Christians tried to run them out of town. But they're only atheists, so there's no problem.
Or is there? I guess the "Judeo" part of "Judeo-Christian" doesn't apply anymore?
Even soldiers who die for our country aren't allowed freedom of religion. Now, I don't care what's on my tombstone. After all, I'll be dead. And I've always seen Wiccans as a buch of chubby chicks who like to recycle (c. Adam Corolla), but apparently this guy wants a pentagram on his grave. But, those persecuted Christians might get offended, so screw him.
Scroll down a bit here to read the story of how one man was turned to Zombieism by Republicans in "What I did on my Summer Vacation." Read the rest of the stuff too, because Kevin-M has the best written blog in the state.
And if you think Keith Ellison is the worst thing to hit Minnesota since, well, something else really bad, check out Keith Ellison Exposed. Pay close attention to the rampant anti-Muslim/black sentiment in the comments. Probably coming from a persecuted Christian. I don't like Ellison that much either, but come on!
And finally, in case there aren't enough links here, check out Millard Fillmore's Bathtub who is attempting to debunk the myths of America's past. The name comes from a hoax perpetrated by H.L. Mencken (whose "The American Language" I unsucessfully just tried to read) that still appears in history pamphlets to this day. I bet there's a Trivial Pursuit question that involves Fillmore, and I bet the answer is wrong.
Next I'm going to attempt a full split over to blogger.com. I'll let you know how it goes.
Your No Symbol leader,
Don't worry. I'm getting over my World Cup fever. Just a few sniffles while I follow Germany.
The U.S. got screwed. When you hit a guy's knee hard enough to take him out of the game for good, that should be a foul, not a goal. When you beat a guy on a header without pushing off, that should be a no-call, not a penalty shot. of course, I'm not a futbol expert, but as an American I get to complain. I mean, have you seen the Declaration of Independance?
In personal news, I have a clean bill of health from my insurance agent. That means lower life insurance premiums, which makes me very happy.
Still filling out forms for minneapolis. I'll hopefully know in a few weeks.
Your Dejected leader,
Thu, Jun. 15th, 2006, 06:42 pm
Please keep calm. There have been troubles in the Minnesota blogosphere. It seems that Turkish Muslims
have taken an interest in our little corner of the world.
DiscordianStooge is safe ... but for how long?
Your Snark leader,