Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A Question of Patriotism...and Bad Movies

This picture needs a missile in it...in a downward trajectory...

I'm sure most everyone has heard by now about this movie The Interview and threats from the thinly veiled North Korean sponsored group "Guardians of Peace" (lovely Newspeak, that). They've threatened to cause Sony harm if they didn't shut down the movie. Sony went ahead, and the group hacked Sony and released mostly materials showing that leftist Hollywood executives are racist hypocrites.

Come on North Korea...tell us something we didn't know, amiright?

Monday, December 15, 2014

For the Hippie Puncher Who Has Everything

If you have about $1000 for a 3D printer, 20 hours to print a mushroom cloud, plus another $100 for a decent moon globe and some assorted hardware, you can build your very own moon nuker lamp.

(artist’s conception)

During these times of global tumult, this lovely luminaria would make an ideal gift for that hard-to-buy-for misguided pacifist on your list — not to mention an excellent visual aid to introduce that person to a pragmatic plan for world peace.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

One Final Thought About Dr. Gruber

Over the last two weeks, Dr. Gruber has received his share of attention for his statements disclosing the deception used to craft Obamacare, and his repeated statements to the effect that Americans were too stupid to catch on.  With the exception of the MSM, just about everybody has had something to say about the cynicism exposed by his statements. The humiliating takedown by Darrell Issa's committee yesterday, (12/10) was well deserved, and If there's more to follow, he deserves that too.  (He wasn't allowed to plead the 5th Amendment, that phrase has been copyrighted by the IRS).

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Nuke the Punchline - Don't Get Her Steamed Up

Harvey over at IMAO has posted a new straight line of the day. You should go check it out! My favorites from the last one are :

Hillary’s campaign has a new theme song…

Monday, December 8, 2014

Justice for (Your Martyr of the Week Here)

Last week, several St. Louis Rams players came out onto the field in the “hands up, don’t shoot” pose, in support of protests of the Michael Brown grand jury decision. The Rams then proceeded to beat, crush, thrash, pound, pummel, wallop, and annihilate the Raiders 52-0. Although Rams guard Rodger Saffold injured his shoulder during the game, Oakland lost offensive tackle Menelik Watson to an ankle injury, and tight end Brian Leonhardt is still out after apparently suffering a concussion.

This calls for a protest. Such senseless violence cannot be tolerated. Can you believe people actually pay money to watch such carnage, and TV networks pay billions to air it?

Think of the children who are inspired by these barbarians to play football, only to be rewarded with concussions, various other injuries, and the dreaded participation trophy. If your kid expresses an interest in this type of activity, please have the presence of mind to tell him, “What, do you want to grow up to be a Raider?”

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Empathy For The Devil

Hillary says we need to show empathy for our enemies?  People who want us all to die?  Here's a video clip with Greta Van Susteren on Fox...Oliver North's reaction is priceless.

This woman wants us to believe she has the tickets to be the Commander In Chief, but then she says stuff like this.  It's a great way to interact with grandchildren, Hill, but it doesn't work with 11th century madmen who are willing to die for a chance to cut our heads off.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

I Want a Man Like Picard

He is calm. Kind.
He is compassionate.
He is courageous and protective.
He seeks counsel from those he trusts.
He is a skilled communicator.
He is principled and passionate.
He is an excellent leader.

Anonymiss Sings Praises

This is exactly how I feel today.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

No Justice, No Peas

Clayton, Missouri high school students staged a “die-in” and walkout Monday in solidarity with zombies, or something.

Either that, or it was a cover story to hide the cumulative effects of consuming Michelle Obama’s “healthy” lunches.

Monday, December 1, 2014

On Mormonism: An Interview With Harry Reid

It seems recently that there is a lot of buzz about Mitt Romney potentially making a third run at the presidency in 2016. Which means, of course, that we'll be subjected, once again, to a lot of stories about those crazy Mormons and all the wacky things they believe.

But, it seems to slip past the majority of people that the holder of the second or third most powerful secular position in the country is also a Mormon. That would be outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who converted to the church in his college years.

I thought that with all the speculation, and well in advance of the presidential race, I would sit down with Senator Reid and discuss religion and how it affects his politics and decision making, especially in light of the fact that he once said, "I think it is much easier to be a good member of the Church and a Democrat than a good member of the Church and a Republican."
I got together with Senator Reid at his office in Las Vegas on a Saturday afternoon just prior to the election.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Metaphor of the Day

I give to you: Liberalism.

There are more photos like this. Do check them out.

More Cool Movie Stuff! JURASSIC WORLD TRAILER!!!1!!!!!!1!

I was kind of a dinosaur nerd when I was a kid (as opposed to the general nerd I am now), so when I saw the original Jurassic Park (opening day, first show!), I about dirtied my skivvies with how awesome it was.

The follow-ups haven't been as great, but still pretty awesome, because, you know, DINOSAURS! So, I just HAVE to share the first trailer from the fourth move, Jurassic World. Because, you know, DINOSAURS!


But seriously, folks!

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Another November Birthday

As it turns out, November includes not only the birthdate of our own Anonymiss,  but someone else almost as famous, but not nearly as vivacious: C.S. Lewis, you was born on this date in 1898.

It's apropos of nothing political in particular, but while most people know him simply for his Narnia books, he was a well known, well respected Christian apologist, whose work has provided information and inspiration to generations.

He started, as so many of us do, rebelling against our respective churches and choosing atheism instead, describing himself as "very angry with God for not existing."

I'd just like to steal a few quotes to share with you, to help you through your day.

"Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art... It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things that give value to survival."

"I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else."

"Aim at heaven and you will get earth thrown in. Aim at earth and you get neither."

"Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive."

Word of the Day

Depenestration (n): That act of demonstrating one's disapproval with someone's leadership by removing all of their writing utensils (and perhaps their phone as well) and tossing them out the window. e.g. Obama wrote so many stupid Executive Orders that the American People depenestrated him, leaving him with neither pen nor phone.

Movie Note: A Threefer

So, Over the past few weeks, I have seen a few movies, and thought that since it's Thanksgiving weekend and a few of you might have something other than shopping to do, I could at least clue you in on the few that I've seen.

First, there's Big Hero 6 from Disney. It's hard to describe this movie without spoiling it, but if you've seen the commercials on TV, it's nothing like that. I brought a few kids, and they all enjoyed it, I cried like a baby a couple times, as I am prone to do, nowadays, and was surprised when it was over, because it seemed nowhere near as long as it actually was.

There is really no language, no graphic violence, no anything other than some exciting action and a few scenes that might make younger kids (chronological and 'at heart') really sad, that should dissuade anyone from taking the whole family.

And yes, the big white marshmallow-looking thing is awesome. I recommend this movie.

Okay, then next up is Interstellar.

Friday, November 28, 2014

The Most Accurate Pie Chart Ever

This was just too funny. I figure there's a math geek or an engineer out there somewhere who will enjoy it:

Cheap Advice

If you buy your spouse Obamacare for Christmas, your significant other may not be the one needing the health insurance.