Posted by Darth Venomous @ 13:27
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 11:32
Enough said, I think.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:09
Ignacio Ramos & Jose Compean had their sentences commuted by LameDuckya today.
Took you long enough, Shrub, you dolt.
But at usual, it was a day late and a dollar short. It should have been a pardon, not a commutation.
And the GOP wonders why Bush is going out with a damned-near single-digit approval rating.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 21:43
Yes, ’tis true – the Dallas C’girlz did not go to the Super Bowl this year.
Then again, neither did Bwandi Jackoff and the NY Football Douchebags. And as of now, neither did the Phuckadelphia Beagles and The World’s Greatest Ever Quarterback Ever In The History Of Ever, Ever, Donna McCrabbs.
That’s right, sportz fanz. Fat-Assed Wilma’s crybaby boy is shut out yet again.
And yours truly couldn’t be happier.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 16:06
What with all the Hue & Cry about exhorbitant executive salaries, bonuses (bonusii?), perks, golden parachutes ‘n all – I don’t seem to recall any libtard biznotch screaming about this.
The Walt Disney Co.’s chief executive, Robert Iger, received a compensation package valued at $51.1 million in fiscal 2008, up 85 percent from a year earlier, according to an Associated Press calculation of figures disclosed in a regulatory filing made Friday. But most of it came in stock options that currently have little value.
Those options, which vest though 2013, were granted in January 2008 when Iger agreed to a new employment contract.
Iger’s salary was $2 million the fiscal year ended Sept. 27, unchanged from a year earlier, and he was given a performance-related bonus of $13.9 million, up from $13.7 million in fiscal 2007.
Gee, seems a little high for someone who’s basically watching over Uncle Walt’s legacy, isn’t it? Especially after he hasn’t done all that much to polish Disney’s image after Widdle Mikey Eisner spent all those years tarnishing it. All those less-than-wholesome movies (Touchstone and Miramax flicks come to mind), making the theme parks heterophobe-friendly, that sort of thing.
Why isn’t anyone screaming Bloody Fuckin’ Murder over any of that? Hmmmmmmmmmmm???
Oh, wait – it’s because we conservatives & Christians object to what Disney’s become over the years. Must be a Good Thing, then. Never mind.
Boggles de mind, it do.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:06
I honest-to-Cthulu fucking hate Webroot Spy Sweeper.
The bastard who designed it best not come anywhere near me.
Posted by Supreme General Rayegun @ 13:55
This is about all I got for today from the Southern Command. Going out-of-town for the weekend.
Seems like Annie and a whole bunch of others are doing just that. FoxNews article points out that us folks that got a clue are doing our darnedest to ensure we don’t have our Second Amendment rights taken from us.
Here’s a thought, let’s make sure by enforcing our Second Amendment rights that we also make sure Al Obambi and his SekretPolicia don’t get their slimy fingers on our Fourth Amendment rights in the process.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:15
Worked all day, then helped a girl celebrate her birthday tonight. (Memo to Red Lobster: it’ll be a cold one in Hell before I come back unless you guys make some changes. Such as treating your Thursday night guests like you do the ones on Friday & Saturday.)
Anyway, guys, I got nothing. Maybe tomorrow.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 17:12
Khan Noonian Singh has passed.
Ricardo Montalban, the Mexican-born actor who became a star in splashy MGM musicals and later the wish-fulfilling Mr. Roarke in TV’s “Fantasy Island,” died Wednesday morning at his home, a Los Angeles city councilman said. He was 88.
Montalban had been a star in Mexican movies when MGM brought him to Hollywood in 1946. He was cast in the leading role opposite Esther Williams in “Fiesta.” He also starred with the swimming beauty in “On an Island with You” and “Neptune’s Daughter.”
A later generation knew Montalban as the faintly mysterious, white-suited Mr. Roarke, who presided over an island resort where visitors were able to fulfill their lifelong dreams. “Fantasy Island” received high ratings for most of its 1978-1984 span on ABC television and still appears in reruns.
And in between, Trekkers like yours truly knew him as the genetically-enhanced prince/ruler of the “Eastern Coalition”, Khan Noonian Singh, who escaped on the SS Botany Bay, and was later found by Kirk’s Enterprise, banished by Ceti Alpha V, rediscovered and ultimately destroyed by Kirk.
The Realm extends condolences to his family. Not many actors were finer in their craft, and he will be sorely missed.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 14:25
Today’s money quote from NewsBusters:
One has a sinking suspicion that the press is allowing itself to become Obama’s lapdog extraordinaire.
You. Don’t. Say.
What-evah gave you that idea?
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 7:00
Had to love something Rush pointed out today:
Seems every time you use Goooooooooooooooogle, you leave as big a carbon footprint as if you were boiling water for a cup of tea.
While millions of people tap into Google without considering the environment, a typical search generates about 7g of CO2 Boiling a kettle generates about 15g. “Google operates huge data centres around the world that consume a great deal of power,” said Alex Wissner-Gross, a Harvard University physicist whose research on the environmental impact of computing is due out soon. “A Google search has a definite environmental impact.”
So, if taken to its logical extreme, every time you use Google, you’re polluing the evniroment.
Uh, who was that who invented the internet again?
Posted by Supreme General Rayegun @ 16:46
… is there really a problem here.
When I read this article, I had to start scratching the ol’ noggin’.
Seeing that it’s likely the “change” would occur during the Manchurian Muslim’s watch, I’m like “Some change. More American jobs lost. Thanks a trillion, Al Obambi”
Being former USAF myself, I’m also a taaaaad bit concerned that the US military is going to consider going outside our shores for such a critical piece of hardware. Not to mention the ripple effect that this decision could have on American manufacturers that support our men and women in the military.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:56
Denizens, some Much Needed Research has revealed that in the past, I have combined the Year In Review and the resolutions.
Therefore, the Resolutions will be delayed another couple of days. But it’s coming, promise.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 15:35
…of the NY Football Douchebags
Ain’t quite as easy when you’re the number one seed, is it, dumbshits?
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:59
Yes, Florida beat Oklahoma. Eighteen-on-eleven in what’s essentially your own backyard, and you’d fucking well better win.
#7 Texas Christian 17, #10 Boise State 16
UBuffalo 20, Connecticut 38
Nebraska 26, Clemson 21
#5#1 Oklahoma 14, #1#118 Flori-duh 10, Fucking Pansy-Assed Biased Excuses-For-Zebras 10(-7)
Dallas 6, at Phuckadelphia 44