Archive for January, 2013
And women cleaning the house and folks drinking on the job. Oh, and Santa Claus was a chain smoker. All were marketing themes in the good old days before “Being Offended” became the new religion and political correctness became the new church for the perpetually offended. Here’s some great old ads, courtesy of Business Insider. [...]
Watch as he really gets going. This kid is amazing. Here is a drumcool.com post on Dylan, and a feature on Drum magazine. Then there’s this.
Honest Abe’s Burgers + Freedom? Since the place advertises massive servings of junk carbs like onion rings, mac & cheese with plasticized cheese, burgers with more bun than meat, cinnamon rolls the size of my head, and Abe as an artifact of freedom (see my anti-Abe article from a dozen years ago), I don’t think [...]
Granny is tired of being a victim, so she fought back in Detroit. Eleven shots. “I pulled my 9 out…and started shooting.”
Somehow, yoga seems more appealing to me. Or even a couple of glasses of wine will do.
I often get letters from folks who agree with what I say in the end, but they say I don’t do enough. They say I should write about this, or that, or say it in another way, or spend more time researching and writing on….[take your pick]. They act as if because I don’t write [...]
I’ve explored and written on food politics for years, using articles and direct links back to my sources to show evidence that the Big Agra-Big-Food-Big Pharma-Big Government complex is a pernicious corporatocracy with various satellites in place to conduct its dirty work of politicking, plundering, deceptive marketing, and purposefully miseducating the masses. I long ago declared [...]
Diving Blackhawks, blank rounds of machine gun fire, strafing runs, troops rappelling from choppers, and road blockades. Local police + military. All over the skies of Miami at night, just a few days ago. According to this local TV clown in the video, this event was for the purposes of “meeting requirements,” preparing for overseas military [...]
The parasite class keeps getting richer. And richer. At your expense. New census bureau data shows that seven of the top ten richest counties in terms of median household income are part of the Parasitic Potomac. As the Post reports, the recession has been everywhere … except D.C. According to the article in the Post [...]