November 27, 2014

Jurassic World coming next summer

Via Ace: Chalk it up as yet another sequel we seriously don't need:

Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt appears to play the role Jeff Goldblum did in the originals, apparently. No, not the exact same guy, just a similar role. Even the lines he utters appear the same.

Which sorta makes sense, for, if anyone is ridiculously stupid enough to restart Jurassic Park after what happened not once, not twice, but three times (yes, there was a Jurassic Park III), then they definitely need a cliché-spouting cynic in their midst.

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From the 'You Can't Make This Sh** Up' file

Maybe this is why Chuck Hagel was forced out? Nah ... he's not smart enough to have thought of this utter nonsense:

When it comes to Department of Defense doctrine on military treatment of detained persons, “unlawful enemy combatants” are a thing of the past. That term has been retired and replaced by “unprivileged enemy belligerents” in a new revision of Joint Publication 3-13 on Detainee Operations, dated November 13, 2014.

Who's to blame? Congress, mainly.

Idiots.

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November 26, 2014

More comicbook creator moonbattery

Remember folks -- they want your money for their product, but if you disagree with them you're an instant pariah. And if you keep buying their product, they're laughing at you all the way to the bank. Hard.

Courtesy of the FCMM, here are some more creator tweets about Ferguson:


And perhaps best of all, this:


Get it? Capullo knows Officer Wilson was guilty. He can feeeeeeel it, dammit!

But you gotta give props to Capullo for one thing:


Good for him, as that makes him quite unlike most in his field.

Nevertheless, FCMM's Avi Green nails it after this Capullo tweet:


Avi: "And if there was he'd come to the same conclusion he did when the jury decided not to approve an official indictment."

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Value of education

Remember kids: Eat your vegetables, brush your teeth, and stay in school!

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'Settled'

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November 25, 2014

From the annals of 'Can't Make This Sh** Up'

The term "charging" is -- wait for it! -- "racially tinged."

Yep, MSNBC.

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Moonbat comic creators' reaction to Ferguson

It will come as no surprise, but the usual suspects, of course, feel the need to "chime in" because, y'know, they're so "smart" and "up on things."

It's been a while since we've checked in on Gail Simone; but she sure didn't let us down:


And then there was this lovely retweet from her:


Indeed?

The sad thing about all this is that "progressives" routinely claim to be those who believe in science -- y'know, deriding global warming climate change skeptics as lunatics, laughing at disbelievers of evolution (rightly, of course), and right-wing historians who only want to emphasize the good America has done and ignore its sordid side (also rightly).

Yet, people like Simone will ignore all the evidence that grand jury saw, re-saw, heard, re-heard, debated, and re-debated ... all the science. Like, if the person whose tweet Simone retweeted really is worried about her son's life, she shouldn't worry about folks like Darren Wilson, but about residing in a predominately black inner-city community. The chances of being a victim of violence with the latter are magnitudes greater.

Remember, too: this grand jury included three African-Americans. Will these three now be referred to as "Uncle Toms?"

Maybe Simone is doing all this so that she can maintain her "progressive" cred. Maybe she feels guilty because she lives in a state with a black population of around two percent.

Either way, it's ridiculous and irresponsible.

Here are a few examples of some of our other "pals":


A Mark Waid retweet:


A Dan Slott retweet:


Remember, these are the folks that believe in SCIENCE! Except when it conflicts with THEIR political dogma.

And hilariously, many of these folks are criticizing the prosecutor (who's a progressive Democrat, by the way) for lambasting social media's role in the whole Mike Brown saga ... all while posting frivolous social media commentary like "I worked in a prosecutor's office once and I can tell you this is a travesty!"

Meanwhile, here's a "surprise" locally.

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November 24, 2014

It's come to this

The Washington Post fact checks the Saturday Night Live skit from this past Saturday which mocked Boss Obama's executive order on immigration.

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This just in: Why there can never be 'honest' conversations about race

Because when someone -- a white person, that is -- offers some blunt honesty, it's merely “the defensive mechanism of white supremacy at work."

That, according to the master of pseudo psycho-socio babble, Michael Eric Dyson:

So, so much for "honesty."

UPDATE: Ian Tuttle on NRO:

The Left has a storied history of transforming legitimate disagreement into mental illness. Utilizing his influence as director of the Institute of Psychiatry of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, Soviet psychiatrist Andrei Snezhnevsky propagated throughout the Soviet Union and its satellites the notion of “sluggish schizophrenia,” a condition from which, conveniently, thousands of Soviet dissidents happened to suffer. Opposing official government policy, pessimism, religious practice — all were symptoms of mental instability, the solution for which was incarceration in a mental hospital.

The People’s Republic of China continues the practice. In September, watchdog group Chinese Human Rights Defenders reported that a blogger critical of the government had been seized in his home and committed. Another activist apparently has been in psychiatric detention since 2007.

The American Left has not set up hospitals, but one can see less extreme manifestations of the same impulse all about. Consider “sensitivity training.”

And certainly this impulse was on display in the quarrels above. How is one to debate whether Rudy Giuliani says what he does merely because he is a white supremacist? “But I am not a white supremacist!” he might object — which is, of course, what all white supremacists say! And when Blow claims that the president’s opponents are desperately clinging to power, how is such an opponent to respond? After all, doctor knows best.

To psychologize the question at issue in a debate is to remove it from the realm of debate altogether.

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Reaping what you sow

I can’t wait for President Scott Walker to unilaterally order all federal agencies to stop withholding union dues and refuse to enforce mandatory fees because Congress hasn’t acted on PEU reform quickly enough or to his satisfaction. Unions can then thank Obama for setting the precedent of presidential authority on Walker’s behalf

Indeed. Candidate Obama wanted a weak executive. President Obama realizes politics is hard and executive orders are easy.

They will, of course, rise and condemn Walker or any Republican without a trace of irony.

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November 23, 2014

Don't dare use my logic against me (or my party)!!

Check out how President Lemon twists and scrambles to make "sense" regarding how a future GOP president should NOT be able to do what he has done:

This guy's credibility has LOOOOONG been shot.

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Let's check in with the moonbat comics creators!

Our 'ol pal Ron Marz just never can seem to grasp what's known as "irony":


So much to say to that ... but it's just way too easy.

Next, "brave" Marz goes after a dead guy:


Yeah, not lost on me: How the saving of a "progressive" pacifist prior to World War II ended up allowing the Nazis to win the conflict -- and eventually rule the planet ... and galaxy.

Except that ... actress Joan Collins, who played pacifist Edith Keeler, is actually right-leaning in her politics.

Sort of the reverse situation of Chuck Heston's Taylor in Planet of the Apes, who was a pretty liberal guy:

"Time bends. Space is...boundless. It squashes a man's ego. I feel lonely. That's about it. Tell me, though, does man, that marvel of the universe, that glorious paradox who sent me to the stars, still make war against his brother...keep his neighbor's children starving?"

"I'm a seeker, too. But my dreams aren't like yours. I can't help thinking that somewhere in the universe there has to be something better than man. Has to be."

"Imagine me needing someone. Back on Earth I never did. Oh, there were women. Lots of women. Lots of love-making but no love. You see, that was the kind of world we'd made. So I left, because there was no one to hold me there."

So, essentially, what we have is Ron Marz making not much sense as usual -- only trying to score more "progressive" cred, and further alienate any right-leaning audience he may have left.

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November 22, 2014

Don't get cut

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November 19, 2014

Dick Cheney didn't have anything to do with the Iraq War

He was "just an advisor" about the conflict, and even though he was, y'know, vice-president, he didn't really have any hand in war strategy.

In fact, George W. Bush "just heard about" Cheney talking about the war. He was "briefed" on it.

In fact, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he "never heard of" Dick Cheney.

Such is the complete and unbelievable nonsense that this farce of an administration -- and Democratic leadership -- has become ... especially with regards to Jonathan Gruber.

For your pleasure:

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November 18, 2014

More moonbattery from First Staters

We saw a few days ago how one blogging Delawarean thinks about disagreeing with President Lemon; now, our old pal Perry has finally chimed in -- not only about the mid-term election results, but offers up a similar sentiment to "Progressive Populist" of the LGOMB.

Let's take the latter from Perry first, regarding ObumbleCare:

Sometimes the ends justify the means, and this is the perfect case for it. As a result, there are millions of people relieved who now have coverage which they could not have had before this law.

There you have it -- because Perry is a fervent believer in ObumbleCare, it should be implemented by any means necessary. Just imagine if George W. Bush and the GOP ... well hell, you know.

Next, here's some of Perry's nonsense about November 4th (my comments are in italics):

Republicans won without much of an agenda, but with lots of negative campaigning and racism in the South. (What about the racism of the Left/Democrats of which there was MUCH more?)

Republicans won without a mandate, with only a plurality of less than 50%, reminiscent of GWB. (And Bill Clinton in 1992.)

Democrats must retake the Senate and retain the White House to curb Republican extremism. (Uh, that's why the GOP won two weeks ago -- to curb Democratic extermism.)

Republicans, starting with Reagan and continuing with GWB, cut taxes, increased spending, therefore increased the deficit. GWB doubled it. (Selective amnesia, natch. Obama skyrocketed both the deficit and the debt. In fact, he increased the latter more than all presidents combined before him!)

Democrats under Clinton and Obama enabled the country to recover, prosper, while still slowing the deficit. (Nonsense. Clinton did so because he worked with the GOP landslide Congress of 1994; Boss Obama's policies have done nothing to initiate a "recovery;" indeed, the unemployment figures are largely smoke and mirrors as we've seen record numbers of people leave the workforce, and most of the new jobs aren't good-paying full-time jobs anyway.)

Yeah, 'ol Per sure is an easy target, but it sure is fun -- and scary -- to check in once in a while on how these not-so-closeted authoritarians think.

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November 16, 2014

The ultimate in moonbattery

The Local Gaggle of Moonbat Bloggers' "Progressive Populist" thinks that opposition to President Lemon's climate deal with China is ... treason.

Seriously. For real.

This is how the contemporary Left thinks -- not only that you're f***ing stupid (Gruber, Obama, most Democrats), but that opposing what they want is actually criminal.

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It never ends

Here's the latest hilarity from President Lemon, this time about ObumbleCare architect Jonathan Gruber and his damning videos:

I just heard about this ... the fact that some adviser who never worked on our staff expressed his opinion that I completely disagree with — it is no reflection on the actual process that was run.

Here we go again. Either the president is outright lying (highly probable) OR he's ridiculously incompetent in that he's just now hearing about something important pertaining directly to him.

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Yet another useless article about a non-existent 'problem'

In today's News Journal: In tech world, minorities remain quiet about lack of diversity.

In other words, the lack of diversity in the tech sector is a "problem."

But ... why?

Here's something that should absolutely not concern you:

About 1 percent of engineers at Facebook, Google and Twitter are black, and around 3 percent are Hispanic. For all the success of women like Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, and Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo, men fill nearly 70 percent of jobs and more than 80 percent of technical positions at leading tech companies.

The article also notes the complaints of some minority tech workers about their "activism" on behalf of more diversity. They're concerned that they'll be seen as less serious or detract from doing the actual job.

Well, duh. Maybe that's because most people could really care less about superficial inanities that really have little to do with the product produced by such companies.

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Denial

Ah, the lack of historical knowledge:


*Sigh*

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November 14, 2014

Game. Set. Match

It has often been said that in order to get elected, Republicans tell voters what they plan to do then don't follow through. Democrats lie about what they're going to do and then do it. I wasn't cynical enough to really believe that intentional lying and deceit was the purpose. I always chalked it up to lack of foresight and refusing to believe in immutable laws of nature and economics.

Along comes Jonathan Gruber to prove me wrong. He has said, directly, that he and the Democrats lied repeatedly and intentionally to get their law passed.

Patterico has the concrete quotes that prove, in no uncertain terms, that the central architect is a serial liar.

This is Chicago politics on a national scale. This is going to be Waterloo for the ACA. It is also going to be the beginning of the end of Federal domination of the states. California has decided it likes weed and Texas has decided it likes business and those two poles are going to pull and stretch until the fabric of federal micromanagement of the states is torn. Hopefully forever. I believe the next great political battle is going to be over federalism. Let's just hope the right side wins this time.

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November 13, 2014

Let's check in with the moonbat comics creators!

Here's what "comedian, educator and comic book editor at large" Tom Brennan tweeted the other day:


Indeed, the very same China where one cannot see across the street because of the ridiculous amount of pollution it belches out, not to mention where people have to wear surgical masks to avoid the equivalent of several packs of cigarettes ... just from walking down the street.

"Oh," but Brennan says, "the scenes where we saw all that was like six years ago!" (Meaning, the 2008 Beijing Olympics.)

Really? REALLY??

'Nuff said.

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Why did anyone think this was remotely a good idea??

Eminem drops numerous F-bombs at Veteran's Day concert:

Eminem bombarded an audience filled with veterans with the f-bomb on Tuesday night as he performed on the National Mall at The Concert for Valor.

The 42-year-old rapper, dressed in cap and hoodie, yelled into a microphone: 'Happy motherf****** Veterans Day' before launching into the show's closing set which ended with the anthemic Lose Yourself.

Also causing a bit of a stir was Bruce Springsteen, Dave Grohl and the Zac Brown Band doing a cover of the anti-war, Vietnam era "Fortunate Son." You can probably take the meaning, and writer John Fogerty said that the song was “my confrontation with Richard Nixon.”

Except that ... Nixon was anything but a "fortunate son." He actually refused the exemption he was permitted (he was a Quaker) to serve in World War II.

At any rate, why sing such a song at an occasion celebrating soldiers' valor?

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Do it

So we can hear how stupid we all are while he's -- Jonathan Gruber -- under oath.


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