Posted by Darth Venomous @ 12:02
Not that I like Herbie Cain all that much – and until he apologizes to Rick Perry, he can kiss my ass – but I don’t give two flying fucks at rolling donuts what Cain did twenty years ago.
However, a Patterico commenter named Gazzer said it best:
Lessee, John Edwards can knock a bitch up. Ted Kennedy and Dodd can go all “Night at the Roxbury” on a waitress. Billy Jeff can rape with impunity and abuse Castro’s finest export on an intern (amongst other things), but if that Cain so much as looks sideways at a woman…
Find something else, Lame-Assed Media.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 11:43
(Hat tip: Drudge, plus a number of tabloids seen whilst shopping for groceries.)
According to TMZ, Kardashian’s filing will cite “irreconcilable differences.” TMZ also said that Kardashian has retained the services of Hollywood attorney Laura Wasser, who brokered the divorces of Britney Spears, Mariah Carey and Angelina Jolie.
Ryan Seacrest, the executive producer of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” confirmed the news on Twitter, writing “Yes @kimkardashian is filing for divorce this morning. I touched base with her, getting a statement in just a few mins.”
Kardashian, 31, and Humphries, 26, married on August 20. Their wedding cost a reported $20 million and garnered a multi-episode television special on E!
After only 72 days. In other words, all the hype leading up to the wedding lasted longer than the marriage itself.
And I thought my last two marriages combined were short.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 0:10
It’s a damned good thing that I don’t own the Texas Rangers baseball franchise.
Ron “Crackhead” Washington would not have gotten the chance to manage Game 7. He would have been fired tonight.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 20:31
Denizens, we’ll start this edition of the Perfect Football Weekend by pontificating about one Ndamukong Suh of the Detroit Lions. And the pontification will begin with this video of Suh’s so-called “humble beginnings”.
Posted by David Hartung @ 21:42
While I am thrilled that Cain is currently the GOP front runner, I am concerned that numbers two and three are Romney and Gingrich. To me this indicates a Republican party which still does not firmly embrace any sort of conservative ideal. Because of this lack of conviction, one must wonder if it is time to send the GOP packing, and to find another vehicle to advance the concepts of limited government and fiscal responsibility.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 12:05
Bob Stoops, you’ve heard of the concept of “attaboy…awshit”, right?
Arlington Heights 38, South Hills 12
TCU 69, New Mexico 0
Oklahoma 38, Texas Tech 20, Texas Tech’s C-USA zebras 21
#13 Nebraska 41, at UMinnesota 14
St. Louis 7, at Dallas 34
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:41
Being one who, heretofore, had been somewhat of a supporter of/identifier with the Tea Party, I was somewhat of a defender of one Christine O’Donnell, she of the witchcraft accusations of 2010.
Seriously. Let he whom has never absent-mindedly walked into the girls bathroom during “hah skrewl” (a little Rush lingo, there) chuck the first pebble, y’know? In fact, I’m willing to bet that those who screeched the loudest about the witchcraft thing had a Ouija board or two in their own closets growing up.
That said – eventually, give someone enough rope, they’re apt to hang themselves. Just as O’Donnell’s done by throwing her support to Mittens.
Christine O’ Donnell, the former Republican Senate candidate and a Tea Party favorite during the 2010 election, said in an exclusive interview with ABC News that she has not only given money to presidential candidate Mitt Romney but also says she doesn’t think he is “getting a fair shake” from those within her own movement.
Romney has so far been highly criticized by the Tea Party movement, who sent protestors to picket during his debut September Tea Party Express event.
Jerry DeLumus, the chairman of the Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC, told ABC News at the Concord, N.H., event that he believed Romney was using the flashy Tea Party Express bus as a “photo op” and not because he is actually aligned with tea party principles.
But O’Donnell, who struggled with her own fair share of bad press during her Senate campaign, told ABC News that she tends to “empathize” when she sees “Romney’s record being so obviously distorted and twisted.”
Lets recap: What Romney supported as Governor of Massachusetts:
1. Pro-abortion with full taxpayer funding.
2. Pro-state mandated healthcare.
3. Pro-government mandates in taxes and fees.
4. Pro-gay marriage; full-state sponsorship (1rst Governor).
5. Pro-transgendered education in public schools.
6. Pro-global warming caused by humans hysteria.
7. Pro-amnesty for illegal immigrants.
8. Anti-second Amendment.
9. Support of Ethanol Subsidies..
10. 75% of his Appointments were of Liberal Judges.
11. 47th state out of 50 in job creation.
12. Increased State spending 20.7% during his tenure.
13. Government employment grew 7.2% during his tenure.
14. Pro-Affirmative Action.
15. Romney will say whatever is necessary to get elected.
Among other things.
I hate to say it, but the establishment RINOs may have been nail-head, bang-on right about you, Esmerelda O’Donnell:
You’re a fuckin’ ditz.
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Posted by Darth Venomous @ 21:38
Guys, I’m a little under the weather, plus I’ve got a stack of work on my plate, so unless the urge to post is overwhelming, it’ll be PFWs for a while.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 21:42
And, as expected, Romo & the Cowgirlz didn’t let me down.
Arlington Heights 21, Southwest 66
#3 Oklahoma 47, at Kansas 17
at #4 Wisconsin 59, Indiana 7
at New England 20, Dallas 16
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 22:06
It’s the bottom of the 7th, and Michael Young of the Texas Rangers just went deep against Brad Penny of the Detroit Tigers. And then, one out later, Nelson Cruz went deep for a two-run shot.
It’s now 15-4, Rangers.
Ain’t gonna be no fucking comeback tonight.
Suck it, Detroit!!! BWAH-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA…!!1!1!!!!ONE-ELEVENTY-ELEVENTEEN (snort)
at Texas 15, Detroit 5
A second straight American League pennant.
Damn. Just, damn.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 20:17
Denizens, this somewhat belated edition of the Perfect Football Weekend begins with the fallout from an incident in the N’awlins Saints-Care-ah-line-ah Pan-thahs game last week.
Carolina’s Steve Smith broke a tackle from the Saints’ Jabari Greer, and glided into the end zone, sorta non-chalanting it. He claims that he was protecting against his momentum carrying him into the stadium wall, but anyone who saw the play knows that that’s bullshit.
In response, New Orleans safety Roman Harper plowed into Smith and knocked him to the ground, inciting a lot of pushing & shoving by both teams. Smith, for his part, jumped up and spun the ball on the ground, acting like the douchebag he’s known for being.
Harper was fined $15,000.
Harper’s late hit was the only penalty called. Harper said after the game that he wasn’t going to apologize.
“If you’re going to score, go score, but a guy is not going to try and just walk it in on us like that,” Harper said. “You’re going to have to pay for it as you get past the goal line.”
Now that’s my kind of football player. Were I his owner, I’d pay the fine for him and give him a bonus. In fact, I wish he played for the Cowgirlz. We have a couple of assclowns in our division who could use a little of that.
On with the football. As I write this, my Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets are taking on the Southwest
Raiders Rebels. (That’s right, FWIST and the rest of you PC pussies – I said “Rebels”. Deal with it.) This is gonna be Heights’ big test, and a win is not guaranteed this year – Southwest is good.
I’ve got my fingers crossed.
Saturday will be Guaranteed Win Day for Bob Stoops third-ranked Oklahoma Sooners, as they travel to Lawrence, KS, to play…Rock Chalk.
The line’s Kansas plus 36½.
Sunday, speaking of the Cowgirls, they’re gonna get their heads handed to them as they travel to Bahs-tun to play the New England Pansies. And as promised two weeks ago, since El Choko’s starting, I’m pulling for the Pansies to kick the Cowgirlz’ asses.
Shouldn’t be a problem.
TCU & Nebraska are both off this week, so just for HDD, we’ll plug in fourth-ranked Bucky, who has Indiana at Camp Randall.
We’re back Monday or so for the recap. In the meantime, HDD…I should like my chances against the Hoosiers, right?
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 20:44
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie endorsed former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney in New Hampshire today, providing the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination with a boost on the verge of tonight’s New Hampshire debate.
Ex-sqeeze me? Baking powder?
No, all KrispyKreme Christie (stolen from Mark Levin – thanks!) did was show his fat leftard ass to the rest of the world. I mean, it’s not like we didn’t already know he was closer to Jim Corzine than Ronaldus Magnus, y’know?
In fact, if you ask me – and you didn’t – Governor KrispyKreme’s donning the kneepads for Mr. Ronmeycare is pretty much the Kiss Of Death, electorally speaking.
Perry may not win the nomination, thanks to Malicious Malkin and her rim-jobbing sycophants like Pasa-dipshit Phylicia. But it’s sure’s Hell not gonna be Romney now.
S’long, Mittens, thanks for playing, g’bye.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:27
Got this from a friend o’ mine off o’ Facebook Hell…
I know, I know…the Vicar’s having a Facepalm Moment Right About Now…