Saturday, December 10, 2011

Various Things

What is there to talk about? Oh yes.....

Unable to deal with Christie Blatchford's awesomery, faux men attack (not literally because they wouldn't want to get their manicures dirty):

 "If I were to write a list of the 25 things every woman or girl should know how to do, I don't think being a "journalist" or even pursuing a career outside of the home would be one of them. Now get back in the kitchen and make me a sandwich."

(Sidebar: why don't YOU get into the twenty-first century, you girls' blouse? Scratch a beta-male, find a woman-hater.)

"OK Christie. Have you gone crazy? Are you really so outraged over kids hugging?

Also, you note twice that this is not a homophobic rant -- does the lady protest too much? Your very narrow definition of masculinity is 40 years out of date and you probably knew that, which is why you strained to make it clear "I'm not offended by gay men, but..." Toronto guys too femmy for you? Suck it up!

What's next, a rant about how women should get back to the kitchens? I'm not sure what kind of Toronto you're idealizing, but it ain't mine."

There was a man with long hair and sandals and spoke openly about peace. He also held down a real job as a carpenter (That's working with wood. With your hands and tools.) He took an enormous hit for the human team and came back swinging. He's the Man whose birthday we're trying to eliminate because it might make the more amoebic among us cry.

Vaguely related: the people who are currently occupying the birthplace of Christ are, in truth, Jordanian. Look it up if you don't believe me. There is no need to backtrack.

Kwanzaa is a made-up holiday. Africa is a diverse continent whose people celebrate a gamut of feasts, Kwanzaa not being one of them.

When you don't teach immigrants English, you isolate them. That might serve the politically greedy hoping to hoodwink the linguistically-challenged but morally it's wrong. Millstone around one's neck, ect.

Well, thank you, Japan. That was rather big of you.

And for the white liberal hand-wringing masses, ask the Koreans, Chinese, Indonesians and Filipinos what they think of this. You know- the "other yellow" people.

Oh. My. God.

Alec Baldwin is just one of the reasons why Celebrity Apartheid Week exists.

I don't think it is a matter of questioning airplane security or whether or not cell phones somehow interfere with the airplanes' functions. This incident boils down to a Hollywood celebrity thinking he is so above everyone that he needn't follow the rules everyone else must follow. And instead of being an adult about things and admit that he was wrong, he attacks the airline like a petulant teen-ager.

Guess who's grounded now.

(Bolshoye spasiba)


Anonymous said...

"There was a man with long hair and sandals and spoke openly about peace. He also held down a real job as a carpenter (That's working with wood. With your hands and tools.)"

I'm pretty sure Jesus actually had short hair, while it was John the Baptiser with it long, but you still make a good point.

Jesus is an important man with a big role, and still not "too important" to get an entry level job. Another reason why He has nothing in common with the "occupests"

~Your Brother~

Osumashi Kinyobe said...

I'm pretty sure Jesus was long of hair and firm of hand when it came to a saw. Nevertheless, the Occupests (TM) would never have accepted Him for Semetic reasons.