I've read Bill Quick's weblog before from time to time, but for some reason it kept getting pushed to the back of the pack. Not any more. The fact that several of my favorite bloggers participate in Quick's weblog speaks volumes for it, as does, well, everything I read on it yesterday.
Bill linked to an article about the possibility of a huge backlash against Arab Americans if there is another terrorist attack on U.S. soil. The point of the article, and that Bill agrees with, is that non-Arab Americans may very well force the politicians to round up and detain Arabs much like we did the Japanese during WWII. I can see it happening as well. Which is not the same as saying that I advocate such a thing; save the hate mail. Butthere's a little quote in the article that made me sit up and take notice of how deeply ingrained the culture of victimization truly is (emphasis mine).
Peter Kirsanow and Jennifer Braceras are Bush-appointed members of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission. Hamad is Imad Hamad, regional director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. Nice to know that his reaction to all of this is to feel insulted, rather than, say, wanting to work with various agencies to make sure that Arab and Muslim Americans don't suffer for the sins of the Arab and Muslim terrorists. To pretend that profiling Middle Eastern males is prejudice instead of common sense is beyond the pale. 19 of the 19 were Middle Eastern males. Zaccharias Moussaoui isn't Polish.
And while I'm on the subject, the fact that there are not mass incidences of violence against Arabs and Muslims in this countryunlike, say, the high incidences of anti-Semitism in Europe and anti-Americanism (and the ubiquitous anti-Semitism) in the Middle Eastspeaks volumes for the character of the average American, and the American way of life and rule of law. permalink
Update: I added a few links to this. I was too tired to do so last night, but Oceanguy and Bigwig put up some funny parodies of my parody. And as I said, I believe in spreading the wealth around, not keeping links to myself like they're precious gems.
However, after reading various blogs and more than a few emails, I have no time to write much tonight, so I'll send you on your way instead and be back with a new blog after I get home from synagogue tomorrow. Er, today. (That time warp thing again.)
Combustible Boy is doing exactly what a good blogger should be doing. He sent me a very funny email that made me want to read his weblog. I did. It's good. Seems he's been reading and commenting on mine for a while without being mean to me. (Megapoints in his favor.) Another D.C. bloggergood Lord, how many of you are there?who misses the Waffle House. Yes, dude, I have been to the Waffle House, and it is great. In fact, I think I may have stopped at that Dumfries location on my way to VA one time. I think it'd be a fine place to meet a few D.C. bloggers. Give me a few weeks to get settled.
I particularly like C.B.'s analysis of the recent change in tone of many center-left bloggers. He's got a good handle on what I've been thinking that caused me to take the recent sharp leftward turn.
Get ready for daily Blogathon bursts. It's a week away, and I need you folks to start revving up your engines now. In fact, since I'm nowhere near as young as I used to be, and I'll be facing an all-nighter next week, I think I need some real help in figuring out how to stay awake. I'm seriously considering giving out my cell phone number to Blogathon contributors so you can call me in the wee hours and keep me going. It's still on my NJ number, and I need to change it to a VA number, but heyif it gets me contributions and keeps me awake, I'll do it. permalink
This is what happens when I have too much free time and a wicked idea enters my head. It goes to the tune of "Frère Jacques."
No less than three readers sent me letters regarding yesterday's shout-out and question. Steve M., Frank H., and Robert C. all wrote me that the Miamisburg, Ohio, is named after the Miami Indian tribe. Robert says:
Frank says he owes his knowledge of Miami, Ohio to many hours watching college football. And now I rememberMiami of Ohio was always a big part of Slate's TMQ columns.
Steve tells me that Miami U. is in Oxford, further confusing the issue. Back in Montclair, there were a slew of streets named after universities. I went out with a guy who lived on Oxford Street. Or was it Cambridge Street? I never could keep them straight.
Steve also points out that Miami U's football team was known as the Redskins, but are now the Redhawks. Montclair's team was known as the Indians, but are now the Redhawks. I sense a trend.
And by the waymy readers are the best. You guys rock. permalink
Gary Farber has a kick-ass post on another Tony Judt essay.
I haven't done a shout-out in a really long time, but I simply must say hello to Miamisburg, Ohio. That's why I love this country. Ohio named a town after Miami. Was it after the city, or was it due to someone whose name was Miami? Inquiring Meryls want to know.
Wow, I lost as many as 200 visitors a day during the depths of my move. You folks really got tired of reading about the travels and travails of Meryl's Trip to Virginia, didn't you? Hmph. After all I give you, you just up and walk away from me, find some new blog to read while I'm busy packing, driving, and unpacking. But that's okay. I don't mind, really. I won't think any less of you. (Sluts.) However, I see you have returned. She wasn't as interesting, was she? Oh, ye of little faith. (Don't think I won't remember this. You owe me, big-time.)
The apartment complex sent someone over to wash my floors today. That's because they weren't washed before I moved in, and were filthy, and also have far more square footage than I can wash myself with my little mop (1100 square feet to the apartment, most of that in wooden floor space). And also because this complex owes me $150 for making the movers wait an extra hour because they wouldn't wait five more minutes for me to pick up the key last week. So I figure I'll ask for $150 worth of maintenance in things like that, and touching up the wall paint, and anything else I can think of until I feel I've earned the money back.
But the wood floors are affecting a behavioral change in Tig and Gracie. Gracie never sleeps in my bed anymore; at least, not when I'm in it. I woke up the first morning here to find both cats in bed, now a common sight. And they're sleeping on my living room set. They're allowed on the ottoman and chair, but not the sofa, but I'm fighting a losing battle there. And when they're not sleeping on the leather furniture, they're on the kitty condo. The bare floors are apparently unacceptable sleeping quarters. Of course, the bare floors make for a much better field for Tig Hockey, which is a game he plays with a rolled up piece of paper or napkin. I throw it, he runs after it, slides across the floor, bats it around, I say, "Bring it here," and he does. I throw it again, etc.
I think I need to buy that digital camera, after all. I can document Tig Hockey, and orange cats look absolutely superb against a black leather sofa background.
I was going to write a blog about the TIPS program, but then I thought, why bother? I can sum it up as follows: The government is going to be relying on Postal Service employees? Yeah, that's going to work. Because everyone knows that Postal Service employees are the level-headed, intelligent people we need to keep their eyes on any suspicious characters. That's why the phrase "going Postal" has entered American English.
And they often pack their own weapons, too, which saves us the trouble of arresting, trying, and convicting potential terrorists. Go, Postal Service! Ernot. permalink
Wired magazine has an interview with a man who says he was a former Nigerian email scammer.
This is the part I like best:
Let's take a gander at the latest Nigerian email I received, shall we?
Why, it's practically Dickensian in scope. No, wait, it strives for Hugo or, dare I say it? I dare, I dare: Tolstoy. Of course, that would be Jimmy Dickens, the mechanic, Horace Hugo, the waiter, and Bernie Tolstoy, the butcher. Look at that last quoted sentence. "It is him who"ah, no. The correct form is "It is he". And that's one tiny grammatical error in a letter chock-full of howlers. Some classical style. Thick sentences, yes. I would even call them nearly incomprehensible.
But of course, there's more to the story.
Once again proving the old adage: You get what you pay for. And again, if it seems too good to be trueit is. Or what my father always told me: You don't get nothin' for nothin'.
Just send those Nigerian free money emails into the trash bin, folks. This has been a public service announcement. permalink
Every so often I remember to link to the authors of the weblogs that show up in my referrer list to whom I've forgotten to link. (I was going to end that sentence with a preposition, but then I thought of the Winston Churchill quote "Madam, that is something up with which I will not put!" and decided to do it correctly anyway.)
It's a way of assuaging my guilt, you see. I generally try to find something individual to send you off to read, but I'm using a borrowed AOL account and/or my own NJ ISP (judiciously; seven cents a minute is still nearly five bucks an hour and I can stay online for six hours at a pop without thinking) until my cable modem is installed next week. Which, actually, is why my posting hasn't gone back up to its usual schizophrenia and volume. But don't worry, I'm thinking, I'm thinking. Wow, I just realizedthat cable modem better get here before the Blogathon or I'm in deep doo-doo. Nah, I'll just get a quickie ISP for the month.
Anyway, these blogs should also go on my links page next time I update it, but here are the ones that I've been meaning to mention for a while:
Left of center (The title is a good place to start.)
Starhawk (Okay, it's an aqua background. But reciprocity requires that I ignore that fact.)
Occam's Toothbrush (waiting on his email to tell me if Occam also has dental floss to go with that razor and toothbrush)
Alex Frantz (the banana slug guy)
Uncommon Sense (found something to link to, check it out)
Planet Swank (ooh, those racy pictures!) (ooh, that's gonna get him hits)
Indepundit (funny, funny guy)
The Norwegian Blogger (he's always funny, this one is a post on irrational fears. And may I remind you that it's tough enough to be funny in your native language, Vegard is doing it in his second.)
I was thinking. I really am a one-man kinda woman, so I'm going to have to go with Bill Herbert as my new fiancé. He's in the same hemisphere, Bruce. Sorry. He's even in the same time zone. In fact, if I'm not mistaken, he's in D.C., which is about two hours north of me. There's something to be said for being within driving distance of your fiancé, especially as your fear of heights gets worse each year and you would rather be stuck on an elevator with Ann Coulter during a blackout than get on an airplane and fly.
Of course, both of you are in serious jeopardy of losing me to Mac Thomason. Between the Space Ghost and walking fish posts, he's starting to win me over, big-time. (A sense of humor goes a long way, fellas. And I just melt over a deep South accent, so consider yourselves lucky I've never heard Mac speak.) permalink
A few people (Kevin G., Bill Allison, Richard A., M. R.) have disagreed with my views on Ann Coulter; specifically, they've mentioned that she's right about Frank Rich and that Scoobie Davis is incorrect in his fact-checking on that particular issue. Okay. If they're right, they're right. But that's really not my point in taking Ann Coulter to task, and frankly, Coulter's accuracy level barely reaches my radar screen.
My problem with Coulter is that the woman uses hyperbole on steroids to defame in the broadest of terms those she disagrees with. When she calls liberals more dangerous to America than terrorists, she deserves nothing but scorn. When she calls liberals a disease, she should be excoriated. When she says liberals are not real Americans, she has moved out of the realm of mere name-calling and into the realm of demagoguery. And it bothers me no end that so many in the conservative camp just shrug their shoulders and giggle and say, "Well, that's our Annie."
Yes, even her wretched speech is protected in this country. But that doesn't mean we should ignore it, or coddle it. It is the tool of separation, which manages to work against our country's best interests in the war on terrorgee, that's something she's very quick to point out regarding liberal opinion, but seemingly completely ignorant of in her own words. But then, when you consider liberals to be less than human, it's to be expected that you wouldn't think of your own actions causing any harm to them. permalink
Another meaningless web poll is attempting to have meaning thrust on it by Arabists and Islamists.
The tone of the letter that I received is rather urgent, but I say: Dude. Chill. It's just another meaningless web poll. So what if the pro-Palestinians managed to turn the stats around from 76% against, 24% for to 66% for, 34% against? We can do one of two things: Stuff the ballot box ourselves, or just ignore yet another meaningless and statistically worthless web poll.
As of today, I have zero pre-written posts for the Blogathon. Hoo-boy, July 27th is going to be one interesting day. Sometimes it takes me several hours to write a post, although those are generally the essays that need several hours to rewrite. It's the editing that takes the time; I generally get an essay out in half an hour to an hour. An average post like, say, this one takes, oh, ten minutes. The Coulter-bashing post below took about an hour. It's a rare, rare day when I put up an essay that hasn't been edited. I don't believe in deleting posts once they're up, for the most part.
Da Bear and Lair and I have been trying to think of ways to get our readers involved in the Blogathon (besides pledging and visiting several times that day to laugh at me for attempting to write 48 posts in 24 hours). We were trying to think of contests and the like. I explained that the majority of my readersmake that the vast majoritydon't want to get involved. They just want to read. I am hoping that the vast majority of my readers are waiting until the 27th to pledge me for the Blogathon, as so far only about ten percent of you have done so. (And remember, the money isn't for me, or any kind of middlemanit's straight to Shaare Zedek Medical Center, who want to build a new trauma unit to save more victims of terrorists. I don't even have a tip jar here. Everything you get, you get for free. )
Oh, right. Ways to get you folks involved. We were thinking of having you email us subjects for posts. Maybe a contest for the dumbest post idea. I generously gave that one to Lair. But I'm thinking that reading a zillion emails while trying to write two posts an hour is more of a handicap than a help, so if you want to email me a subject you'd like me to write about during the blogathon, do it between now and July 26th. Oh, and you have to have pledged in order for me to choose your subject. If you pledge anonymously, we're going to have trust issues. Unless you can perhaps tell me the exact time and day you pledged, as we'll both have emails with the same time-stamp on them.
Mind you, I don't expect anyone except other bloggers to email me subjects. I know you folks now (the quiet ones), and what you want out of this weblog. I'm still trying to get used to it, though. It's tough to mind-read a few hundred people at a time. (Oh, that's disgusting! Stop thinking that right now! Eww. With parakeets, no less.) permalink
Seems that my many links to Mac Thomason and the Dreaded Chinese Snakehead Walking Fish stories are paying off in Google searches. 78 searches for variants of the above label, the new yourish.com Search Engine Champeens. Folks, Mac's got all the cool links. Go there. But first read a little of my blog. No, first read a lot of my blog. You found me first, finder's keepers!
The Dreaded Walking Orange Cat Tandem Food Dance
Now I know my cats have adapted to the new apartment. Gracie woke up, yowled to Tig, who yowled back. She leaped off the kitchen chair, he leaped off the Kitty Condo, they met in the middle of the living room, rubbed heads briefly, turned, and walked in unison to their food dishes, climbing the two steps up from the living room in perfect harmony. Yup. I have cats who perform Synchronized Walking, followed by Synchronized Eating. It's quite funny to see.
The Blogger's Digest
Bill Allison of Ideofact reads the books that most bloggers wish they had the time (and inclination) to read. He's currently reporting on Sayyid Qutb's work, Social Justice in Islam. He discusses whether or not Islam is the pillar of equality and justice that Qutb claims it is (here's a hint: Women are equal under Islam, except when they're not). Bill's posts are fascinating reads. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and start here. (Then you have to scroll up. They're all worth reading.)
And then there's Bill's post about the anti-Semite in the Mississippi Congressional race that's been noticed (of course) by the Arab News. Er, the anti-Semite has been noticed, not Bill's website. Bill quotes from a couple of Jim Giles' press releases. They make David Duke seem almost civilized. Okay, not really, but they really reek to high heaven of racism and anti-Semitism. Is this what passes for Mississippi politics these days? permalink
Ann Coulter gets to double-dip this article: It was in the Jewish World Review and Yahoo. We'll just look at it once, if you don't mind. But the fact that it's in several places on the net reinforces my contention that this woman is a dangerous, but listened-to, idiotarian. (Yeah, you can be on the right side of the War on Terror and still be an idiotarian.) Actually, if you're Ms. Clueless (as she shall be designated henceforth), you can be a lot of things in my mind, none of which will ever be uttered on the 700 Club, and only one of which can rhyme with bitch. I mean, witch.
Check out the title. A liberal is merely a terrorist in a different state, apparently. Howcute. Not. And notice the date. On Independence Day, Ms. Clueless let forth a volley of noise that is indistinguishable from the usual explosions. Perhaps she just had a bad case of gas?
But happily, the Constitution has that pesky l'il First Amendmentyou know, the one that assures the freedom of the Times to be in a snit about Supreme Court rulings, whether or not you agree with them?
We are now moving from vague accusations to generalizations. Please duck your heads; the doorframes were built by mental midgets.
Have no fear, Annie, I won't compare you with the Taliban. I wouldn't mind giving you to them, but I won't compare you with them. (The thought of her in a burqa is giving me a great amount of evil glee; muststopself!)
Constitutionally speaking, Ashcroft is most definitely an unfriend. He has spearheaded the curtailment of individual rights in the name of the war on terror. He has arrested and held without charge hundreds of people, both non-citizens and citizens. The Constitution is pretty clear about due process for citizens, and doesn't say, "except during wartime" anywhere in that clause. I'm personally troubled about this (whoops, I used a New York Times editorial word, did I just graduate into the terrorism stage or am I still just an early liberal?) as well.
So, would the Dems be taking as long, longer, or less time to approve Bush's judicial nominees than the Republicans took to approveor not approve, to be honestPresident Clinton's judicial nominees?
Not only are liberals terrorists, but look! They're not even real Americans. Faux Americans! It's the 21st century fad: Be a Faux American, laugh at a Real American. But I'm still trying to wrap my brain around the concept of becoming indignant while working overtime at laughing, a series of actions which might very well cause internal bleeding. Here's a clue for you, Ms. Clueless: I'm a liberal, I love my country, I don't laugh at other Americans for loving their country, and I hate the enemy. Now go fuck off.
No, this is how Tom Tomorrow conceived his cartoon, and he is hardly representative of all liberal thought. He is, however, a good representative of his own liberal thought. I hate to break it to you, but the Sunday Times generally has at least one knee-slapper in the Week in Review section, particularly if it's an Oliphant week. And let's talk about proper prejudices against elitists, shall we? I have a proper prejudice against everything you write or speak. I'm an ordinary American. You're an elitist right-wingnut who purports to speak for ordinary Americans. Believe me when I say emphatically that you do not. The thought of you having a beer at Obal's Inn or the Town Pub in Bloomfield, NJ, and talking politics with the regulars is hilarious. You wouldn't last five minutes. I think we're back to the part where I tell you to go fuck off.
Ah, here it is. When a right-wingnut has used up all the usual arguments, it's time to resort to accusations of treason. I used jingoism in a blog early in the war. You're a jingoist, Ms. Clueless, and I am no traitor. Oh, and fuck you, too.
No, true patriotism is redoubling the efforts at attacking terrorists. You won't find any in Congress or the newsroom at the New York Times.
Please click on the jingoism link above. I covered Altman in that very post. Oh, and there's that pesky First Amendment thing again. Altman has the right to say whatever he wants, pretty much. You don't like it, Clueless, well, you know the drill. (See above paragraphs; reference, "Go fuck off".)
Okay, here, she's actually right about something. It's that stopped-clock principle. And yet, Foner still has the right to say stupid things like that. Just as Ms. Clueless has the right to say all of the insane and stupid things she says.
And once again, in Clueless' world, if you're a liberal, then you care more about the terrorists' rights than you do about your countrymen's lives. Fuck you again, Annie, and the horse you rode in on.
Here we go, it's the obligatory Orwell quote. Been reading your Andrew Sullivan, have you? Well, let's stop for a moment and apply the Orwell test to this article. Who is the enemy? According to Clueless, liberals are a bigger threat to America than are terrorists. Is that staying focused on fighting the enemy?
I think not.
Physician, heal thyself. Or better still, come, let me introduce you to my liberal way of thinking. But I don't think you'd like it. It's related to the touchy-feely thing, but in an ouchy kind of way. permalink
Lynn B. has her very own guest spot on Uncommon Sense, regarding whether Sari Nusseibeh is truly a moderate, or just another terrorist in moderate's clothing.
Mac Thomason has lots more on The Fish That Walks Like Afish. Oh, and send him email telling him you want another episode of Space Ghost Talk Soup.
Laurence Simon has all of the things you expect him to have, and then some. Let me point out to you that it is extremely hazardous to your mental health to catch up on a solid week's blogging from Lair.
Susanna Cornett is taking a vacation, too, but she thinks I can't be a liberal because I'm "too funny and smart." Oh, Susanna... what you said. You know not what you did, woman. I'd already been sliding back to the left, and you done pushed me over the cliff.
Andrea Harris has a new blog name (Spleenville World Domination Headquarters) and a new motif (Formerly known as Ye Olde Blogge. "Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated."). Or was that the old one and I forgot already? Andrea, your slogan is a death sentence to Jews, ya know. Please tell me you only mean it in a Borg sort of way, 'cause then it's meant for everyone, and I can stop worrying.
She still has the animated gif of the knight chopping something with a sword. As soon as the page stops loading, I stop the animation. But don't be offended, Andrea; I do that to every blog I read that contains animated gifs. Hate the things, myself.
Andre and Elana S. at Middle East Realities have the human side of the Toronto Jew murdered by skinheads. What you don't generally read in the papers is how the death affects the family. Andre and Elana are distantly related to the murder victim.
And yes, I maintain that the man was murdered in part due to the heightened levels of anti-Semitism in the world today. Toronto and other parts of Canada have suffered from virulent anti-Semitic attacks and behavior, even from members of Parliament, which encourages shitheads like the murdering scumbag to think they can get away with killing Jews with impunity. No, scumbag, you're going to rot in jail. permalink
Only six bucks shy of $1900. Only $106 shy of $2000. Can we do it? Hey, I think we can. Thanks so much, the two folks who contributed last week. I like updating the numbers, even if it's all done by hand and is a royal pain in the ass. There you go, a new reason to pledge: It's a pain in the ass because I have to change the names and ALT attributes of the number graphics each time. (I called the graphics such unusual names as "one" for the number one, "two" for the number two, and, wellyou get the drift. I thought about different names, but then I realized I'd never remember if Gertrude was four or was that Bonnie?)
Oooh, there went one of those digression things again. I'd best get to bed. Another day of moving-to-a-new-town activities scheduled. But may I say that this evening, as the washer, dryer, and dishwasher were all going at once, I had an incredibly huge grin on my face. It's the first time in two and a half years I didn't have to leave the building to do laundry, and I've never had a dishwasher in my apartment before.
Say, anyone know how to get rid of those pesky spots on the good china? permalink
By the way, spread the word. I'm back, I'm blogging, and I'm pretty annoyed at much of what's been passing for conservative thought in the blogosphere these past few weeks.
On the menu for the upcoming week: Ann Coulter, feminism, patriotism and suppression of speech, treason and sedition, and why I'm still a liberal, and damned proud of it.
Oh, and I think I'm tired of being so nice all of the time, too. The gloves are coming off. Yeah. I feel a long, nasty streak coming on. Get those poison pens ready. permalink
So while I've been moving myself across three state lines, the world has been killing more Jews, and firing Jews from jobs because they're Israelis, and, oh yeahcalling for the death of more Jews. So I think I'll just return the sentiment and wish that all anti-Semites would just die. Yeah, you read that right.
Poor baby. All your wife did was fire two people because they were Israeli, why should she be punished for that? It wasn't so long ago that you could do anything you wanted to Jews with impunity. Damned ungrateful bastards, what did you fight WWII for, anyway? Oh, yeah, that's rightyou fought Hitler because he came after you; the Jews had nothing to do with your cause of action.
And attention was drawn to the cause: To the absolutely appalling anti-Semitism of the British intellectuals, and the silence in the academic community these actions brought. And we thought we had it bad here with Said and Chomsky. You Brits win the Asshole Intellectual Award hands down.
Wow. Now I have to change the tone of this post. No, wait a minuteuh, excuse me, UMIST? Where the fuck were you when the firings first went down? That long silence was not helpful. Only when there is worldwide outrage do you say something? Riiight.
What is striking about the Bakers is how incredibly stupid they are for academics. "You mean it's not okay to fire someone on the grounds of their nationality?" Duh!
You're still only dimly aware of the situation. Here's a hint: Terrorism has consequences.
Now there's an objective source for you. An Egyptian propaganda film. Anyone want to bet me that the footage was faked?
Well, actually, I'm guessing that no Israeli wants to continue any sort of assocation, official or unofficial, with you. Just a hunch, mind you. And sweetieyour decision was very personal. Try not to lie so blithely.
Good point. Exactly the case. Excuse me, but is this not a blatant example of racism, as the definition of the word keeps getting leveled these days? Muslim, Israelidiscrimination against either is racist, is it not?
This woman is a total shit. Dr. Schlesinger is on the same political side as the Bakers in this, yet she was fired because she was born in Israel. Just goes to show you, having a degree doesn't necessarily mean you have any brains.
I have two words to say to this: Bull-fucking-shit. You separated those individuals from the institutions quite easily: They were fired. To pretend that those two academics are wholly responsible for the actions of their government is pathetically naive at best, disingenuous at worst, and all-around stupid.
Look at that. She gets fired for what she is, and she still won't say anything bad about her ex-boss.
Now you're talking! You go, girl. I'd post Baker's email address, but she's already gotten 15,000 emails. The point's been made.
And for all of you out there readying your Grand Jewish Conspiracy emails, spare me. Can you imagine the outrage if an Arab academic had been fired because his director didn't like the policies of the Arab's nation? Hell, the Saudi Ambassador to Britain publishes odes to suicide bombersand keeps his job, without so much as a slap on the wrist.
I am so tired of anti-Semites. One of the best phrases I learned in college was "Eat shit and bark at the moon!" I use it from time to time, because it tends to make people laugh when you say it. But the above isn't funny. I'm tired of waiting for things to change. I'm out of patience with people who hate me for what I am. To all of the Jew-haters I say, "Eat shit and die."
Quickly, please. permalink
Last week's blogs are archived. If you're looking for something funny, try the Hulk's solution to the Middle East conflict, or Yasser Arafat Secret Phone Transcripts. Iseema bin Laden's diary and The Fudd Doctrine are also good bets if you've never been here before.