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(Hat tip:&#160 Daily Caller.)

Here’s another one of those Booker T-type “She didn’t say that.&#160 Tell me she didn’t just say that” moments.

After lamenting about how Russell Brand asked her for a divorce via text message, Katy Perry had this to say about current shack-up partner/fucktoy John Mayer:

“All I can say about that relationship is that he’s got a beautiful mind,” she says of the man responsible for “Your Body Is A Wonderland.” “Beautiful mind, tortured soul. I do have to figure out why I am attracted to these broken birds.”


Well, Katherine, m’dear, maybe…just maybe… it has a little something to do with you being a brain-dead, liberal, eyes-grow-wide-and-bustier-drops-at-the-first-sign-of-a-cock skank, y’think?

Glad I could help.

Five cents, please.&#160


Yes, Denizens, I know – this is a shocka&#160 that could rise to the level of coronary induction. But according to the publicist, it’s all abso-effin’-lutely true.&#160 Pinky-finger-swear.

Are you sitting down? Because we are about to unleash some information on you that is all but impossible to believe: Kim Kardashian staged her now-failed marriage to Kris Humphries, according to her former publicist. “She knew weeks before getting married she didn’t want to do it,” said Jonathan Jaxson, who worked with the reality star from 2007 to 2009, on the Elvis Duran Morning Show. “She’s never gotten over [ex Reggie Bush].” Jaxson claimed to have worked with Kardashian on similar stunts throughout their partnership in a bid to get her press, the New York Post reports.

“I staged several of the moments that the world has seen of her, such as a ring that we alleged was from Reggie Bush,” he said. “It was calculated to a T and then it was leaked to a magazine.”

Well, dip me in Angorgonzolic cheese and call me the Riker Maneuver. Shocked, shocked&#160 I am to hear of this!!!



Damn.&#160 Fuck.&#160 Shit.&#160 (And if the Vicar weren’t here, I’d say a helluva lot more than that.)

Chick-Fil-A just caved.

Chick-fil-A will no longer donate money to anti-gay groups or discuss hot-button political issues after an executive’s controversial comments this summer landed the fast-food chain in the middle of the gay marriage debate.

Executives agreed in recent meetings to stop funding groups opposed to same-sex unions, including Focus on the Family and the National Organization for Marriage, according to Chicago Alderman Proco Joe Moreno.


The agreement, announced Wednesday, could pave the way for the company to continue to grow not only in Chicago but in other metropolitan areas as well.

They won’t be doing so with any more of my&#160 money.&#160 Guaran-damn-fucking-teed.

Denizens, if you’ve read me for any&#160 length of time, you’re perfectly aware of what I think about people (primarily Christians and/or conservatives) who take a stand for right in public, then back down from and/or apologize for said stand.

To me, it’s simple:&#160 Do right, and fear no man.&#160 Stand up for what you know to be the truth, and to Hell – literally – with those assclowns who would whine about it from behind the comfort & safety of their collective daddy’s pink taffeta hoop skirt.

And now, Chick-Fil-A has caved to a faggot-assed, heterophobic son-of-a-crack-whore-bitch Shit-cago alderman named Joe “Josephine” Moreno.&#160 (Whom, if you ask me, should have a spiked titanium clue bad shoved right up his swishy ass.&#160 On second thought, don’t – he might actually like&#160 it.)

You’ve lost my business, Chick-Fil-A.&#160 And my family’s.&#160 And you’ve lost it permanently.


(H/T to David Barton at WallBuilders and their FB site)

Seems the reports of Home Depot pulling their support for activists of the GLAAD variety was announced too soon. AFA (American Family Association) reports here that just the opposite is their choice.

I’m not a fan of boycotts but in this case I agree with AFA and will choose to no longer shop at Home Depot.

On another note, I’ll be scarce again for a few weeks. Having to go out and perform some maintenance and remodeling of the guard house at the west gate of the Command property. I’ll be in lurk mode for the time being though and could reply without warning. You have been warned.



(Hat tip:&#160 411 Music.)

Those of you who’ve watched the Amy Winehouse saga like you would watch a bad train wreck, and wondering when her 15 minutes were going to be up…need wonder no further.

“Police were called by London Ambulance Service to an address in Camden Square NW1 shortly before 16.05hrs today, Saturday 23 July, following reports of a woman found deceased.

On arrival officers found the body of a 27-year-old female who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Enquiries continue into the circumstances of the death. At this early stage it is being treated as unexplained.”

Winehouse famously battled addiction to drugs and alcohol and was in and out of rehab several times throughout the years.

Last month, Winehouse canceled her European tour after a performance in Serbia where she seemed completely out of it.

Story developing …

No offense, but this isn’t much of a “story”.&#160 “Burn the candle at both ends” like that (and believe me, that’s putting it nicely), and you eventually run out of candle.&#160 Amy Winehouse simply hit the wall at warp speed, without benefit of an inertial-dampening system.

A waste, and a damned shame.



Just bullshit.

One hundred percent pure, unadulterated, non-biodegradeable bullshit.

First Mikey “Needledick” Schiavo, now this.&#160 What the everlovin’ fuck&#160 is it about Flori-duh and their nadless inability to get justice for cold-blooded murderers?

One thing’s for sure – there are between twelve & fifteen cowardly douchebags in Orlando right now.


Denizens, I want y’all to look at this:

Now, apparently, Bea Arthur’s character is suffering from what they call “chronic fatigue syndrome” (something from which the show’s creator, Susan Harris, apparently suffers) – essentially, she’s got a virus, but that’s not dramatic enough, so let’s give it an ominous-sounding name, mkay? – and her doctor is apparently not bending over backwards to make her feel like a po’ widdle pwincess.

So “Dorothy” gives her ex-doc a sanctimonious, self-righteous tongue-lashing in a public place.&#160 Which gets a major response from what is likely a leftard excuse-for-an-audience.

She then goes over and watches mutely (albeit with a shocked, SHOCKED&#160 expression on her face) as Estelle Getty’s character essentially pulls a con on the restaurant manager to get a free, high-class meal.&#160 Again, to the delirious approval of the audience.

So, essentially, Susan Harris is lampooning about the (lack of) morality of an allegedly-uncaring doctor…then demonstrating her own lack of morality by having her characters con an expensive restaurant (and apparently giving her approval over it).

And the audience just laps it up.

And then we all wonder why this country’s going to hell in a handbasket.


(Hat tip for the new title to Patterico, who got it from some of his commenters.)

Fox News is reporting (and the lovely & gracious Michelle is apparently confirming) that Little Toni Weenie – the star of the hit reality series Whom Can I Tweet My Dick To Today?! – is, after weeks of defiantly (and arrogantly, I might add) maintaining that he won’t step down…stepping down.

Proverbs 16:18.

G’bye, Toni, thanks for playing.


Denizens, may I introduce to you porn star Ginger Lee.

#Weinergate rolls on for Rep. Anthony Weiner, New York Democrat. Now we’re learning that the plagued congressman shared private communications with porn star and stripper Ginger Lee.

In a March 13 tweet, Tennessee-based Lee indicated that Weiner sent her a private Twitter message:

You know it’s a good day when you wake up to a DM from @RepWeiner”, Lee tweeted. “(I’m a fangirl, y’all, he’s my trifecta of win)”

When contacted by The Daily Caller, Lee wouldn’t say what Weiner sent her in that private direct message, or DM in Twitter-speak. Lee also refused to answer whether she and Weiner have had other private communications and declined to say whether Weiner has sent her photos of any kind. Instead, she downplayed the #Weinergate scandal.

“I haven’t met Rep Weiner. I follow him on twitter because I support him & what he stands for,” Lee said in an email to TheDC.

Now&#160 do you wonder why she’s in the porn industry?&#160 Certainly appears as if she’s not mentally qualified to do much of anything else.

“I have been hounded by his political opponents

I tend to think it’s not political opponents “hounding” her, but rather leftist horndogs who think she’d be a cheap, easy lay.

And who knows?&#160 Given the abject lack of brainpower she’s exhibiting here…they may be right.

but that hasn’t changed my view of him and what he fights for.”

Actress Goldie Hawn has made a helluva lotta scratch (that’s money&#160 for those of you in the Church of the SubTarded) playing ditzoid bimbos like the title role in Private Benjamin&#160 and her airheaded schtick on Laugh-In.

On the other hand – with this bimboid Ginger Lee…I don’t think it’s acting.


(Hat tip to Tallulah over at the Rott.)

When – no, not if, when – God finally decides He’s had enough and brings the United States to its knees and relegates it to the ash heap of history, no one should wonder why:

But back to the question of genius. The U.S. government under Barack Obama is deeply committed to battling any belittlement, criticism, or questioning of Islam. (“I consider it part of my responsibility as President of the United States,” he said, “to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear.”)

At the same time, however, it is OK, in the Obama regime [SEE BELOW FOR AN UPDATE], for the U.S. government to burn Bibles. Yes, that’s right. Bibles were sent to U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. But the U.S. government determined that the presence of Bibles in this “devoutly Muslim country” might inflame the natives. So they burned them. Why did they burn them? Because it is military policy to burn its trash.


Isn’t that nice? Handle it “as if it were a fragile piece of delicate art.” But burn the Bible because it is just part of your trash.

Not gonna be long now, I think, Denizens.


How high has Carlos “Charlie Sheen” Estevez jumped his personal shark?

Even his publicist can’t take any more.

Veteran Hollywood publicist Stan Rosenfield, who represented Charlie Sheen through the actor’s rehab attempts and breakup with his employers on the hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men,” abruptly resigned on Monday.

“I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care about him very much,” Rosenfield wrote in a brief statement. “However, at this time, I’m unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned.” In a follow-up e-mail, Rosenfield said he had represented Sheen for at least seven years.

The move came on the same day that Sheen turned up in another round of interviews on ABC, NBC, TMZ and elsewhere, attacking everyone from CBS to his father, former “The West Wing” star Martin Sheen. Since CBS and Warner Bros. decided last week to halt production on “Two and a Half Men” after Sheen attacked his boss, Chuck Lorre, the actor has gone on a manic round of media interviews.

Damn.&#160 Just, damn.

Just an idle thought here:&#160 Five’ll get you ten he started with pot. y’think?

Just sayin’.


While your obdt. svt. (a little Blackie Sherrod lingo, there) was busy with “things I learned while looking up other things” (a little more Blackie Sherrod lingo, there) over the weekend, I came across this recap of Playboy’s&#160 entry in the Super Bowl’s Party Parade&#153:

Not coincidentally, an actual Playboy Club is open or will open soon in each of the cities. Last year was the 50th anniversary of the Playboy Club. At the lounges’ height of popularity there were more than 30 before they were shuttered in the 1980s.

But Playboy’s editorial director Jimmy Jellinek insisted the Super Bowl party isn’t all marketing hoopla. “That’s the Maxim party,” he said. “The world’s biggest sausage fest for beer-chugging dudes.” Maxim is having its big shindig Saturday in Fair Park.

The Playboy party is a flagship for the brand, he says by phone from the Admiral’s Club at Chicago’s O’Hare airport, en route to Dallas. “It’s the ultimate bacchanal,” said Jellinek, noting that “if you’re not at the party you’re a loser. The Playboy brand is about classiness and sexiness. This party is the equivalent of Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball.”

Ex-squeeze me?&#160 Baking powder?&#160 “if you’re not at the party you’re a loser”?!?!?!

And I scan down the page and this quote from Playmate Jamie Edmondson catches my eye:

Edmondson, Miss January 2010 and a resident in the official Bunny House across from the Playboy mansion, spun around, taking the scene of her first Super Bowl party. “Anything Playboy is a spectacle,” she said. “All of this reminds me of something at the mansion.”

Ah, yes.&#160 The mansion.&#160 The palatial residece of Playboy&#160 founder Hugh “Hef” Hefner.&#160 The be-all & end-all of all things Playboy.&#160 The center&#160 of the Playboy Universe.&#160 Paradise.

And my mind is inexplicably&#160 (*cough*) to this expos&#233 about Hef’s little Garden of Eden

The portrait of Hefner painted by Izabella St James is deeply unappealing. A pretty blonde law graduate, she was 26 when she met him in a Hollywood nightclub in 2002. Soon, he invited her to move in with him and seven other official ‘girlfriends’.

For Izabella, the Playboy Mansion was far from the glamorous pleasure palace she had imagined. ‘Each ­bedroom had mismatched, random pieces of furniture,’ she recalls in her autobiography Bunny Tales. ‘It was as if someone had gone to a charity shop and bought the basics for each room.

‘Although we all did our best to decorate our rooms and make them homely, the mattresses on our beds were ­disgusting — old, worn and stained. The sheets were past their best, too.

Oh, but that’s not the best part, Denizens:

‘Eventually I persuaded Hef to pay for a new mattress and bed linen — but I had to turn in every single receipt before I was reimbursed.

‘Hef also eventually permitted us to have the rooms painted and recarpeted. But for some reason he insisted on creamy, white-coloured carpets. He liked the girlfriends’ rooms to look very girly, all white carpet and pink walls.

‘It looked great at first, but with two dogs (most of the girlfriends had pets that lived in their rooms — I had two pugs), butlers delivering food, dirty shoes and occasional spillages, the carpet was grey and stained in a matter of months.’

She adds: ‘But then Hef was used to dirty carpets. The one in his bedroom had not been changed for years, and things became significantly worse when Holly Madison moved into his room with him as Girlfriend No. 1 soon after I moved in, bringing her two dogs.

‘They weren’t house-trained and would just do their business on the bedroom carpet. Late at night, or in the early hours of the morning — if any of us visited Hef’s bedroom — we’d almost always end up standing in dog mess.

Actually – and I rather hate to admit this – Pup-Pup’s early life didn’t involve crate-training, so I know pretty much exactly&#160 about all that.

Do&#160 go read the rest of the expos&#233.&#160 If you have the stomach for it, that is.

“Classiness”?&#160 “Sexiness”?

Somehow I get the feeling that Playboy’s&#160 Widdle Jimmy Jellyhead and Jamie Edmondson didn’t quiiiiiite&#160 get around to reading the UK’s Daily Mail.&#160 Y’think?

And I – and you, and you, and you ‘n you ‘n you – are all supposedly “losers” because we’re not – and don’t want to be – part of that.

Sounds like a badge of honor to me.


On this day, 38 years ago, seven men&#160 decided what, exactly, women could do with their bodies.&#160 (That’s for you feminazi bimboids who still bleat about how men shouldn’t have a say in any abortion that occurs anywhere, anytime.)&#160 It was considered – and is still today, in some quarters – an “enlightened” decision that would “liberate” women.

Thirty-eight years later, this carnage in Pennsylvania is what our “enlightenment” has brought us.

An abortion doctor killed hundreds of babies by cutting their spinal cords with scissors after removing them from mothers late in their pregnancies, prosecutors said on Wednesday.

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams charged Dr. Kermitt Gosnell, 69, and nine associates with eight counts of murder, following a year-long investigation by a grand jury, whose report was unveiled on Wednesday.

The defendants are charged with first-degree murder in the cases of seven babies for which there is substantial evidence, Williams said.

Hundreds of other babies are likely to have died in Gosnell’s West Philadelphia clinic, which he operated from 1979 to 2010, Williams said.

No doubt right now there are in this country some feminoid bitches and pussy-whipped (or maybe cock-whipped, who knows?) bastards who still – still – consider this Mengele-wannabe a fucking hero.

As the RCOB&#153 drapes over my eyes solid red, I have only two things to ask:

First, whaddya wanna bet that the Innocence Project tries to get him off at some point?

And, since Pennsylvania’s bleeding-heart court system will probably be wooed by a slick-talking John Edwards-type defense attorney into either letting him off light, or walking altogether – where’s Scott Roeder when you really need him?



Denizens, as we start the final Perfect Football Weekend&#153 of the season, we have ourselves a WITY&#153 to share with you guys.

Remember about two or three weeks ago, I said this?

Jenn Sterger’s manager, Phil Reese, said Thursday that she would like the league to “implement a program” to prevent unwanted advances — similar to those she’s alleging Favre made. Reese said Sterger wants the league to discipline Favre before his career ends.

They’d best hurry. There’s a greater-than-zero chance Favre doesn’t play against the NY Football Douchebags – and, with his big consecutive-games streak done, and the ViQueens out of the playoff picture, there’d be no reason to play him any further – and the guess from here is that after this season, he’s done.

And true to form, the NFL…is sweeping the whole thing under the rug.

Down to the last few days of the season and maybe Brett Favre’s career, the NFL ended a slow-paced investigation of tawdry allegations against the quarterback with a $50,000 fine and a rebuke for not being candid.

The league punished one of its marquee players for failing to cooperate with investigators who were trying to determine if the 41-year-old quarterback sent inappropriate messages and below-the-belt photos to Jenn Sterger in 2008, when both worked for the New York Jets.

The ruling came days before what could be the final game for the three-time MVP. He’ll start for Minnesota at Detroit on Sunday if he’s recovered from a concussion sustained Dec. 20 against Chicago, and has said this will be his final season, though he’s unretired in the past. He made the declaration even before his NFL record for consecutive starts was snapped at 297 in mid-December.

Oh, yeah, that’s&#160 gonna put the hurt to Mr. Pants-on-the-Ground, YesSirreeBob&#153.&#160 How’s ol’ Brett gonna ever&#160 endure the pain, the humiliation, the absolute fucking shame&#160 of it all?&#160 And losing that $50 large is just a-gonna put him in the poor house!!!!, Bah Gawd (a little Good Ol’ J.R. lingo, there)!!!!!1!!ONE!!!1!!ELEVENTYMILLIONTEEN!!!1!

Well, guys?&#160 What’d I Tell Ya?&#153&#160

For her part, Sterger is…somewhat torqued about the whole thing:

“Today’s decision is an affront to all females and shows once again that, despite tough talk, the NFL remains the good old boys’ league.”

— Joseph R. Conway, attorney for Jenn Sterger

Well, Jenn, I’d say it’s time to put up or shut up.&#160 That lawsuit should be making its way westward to Minnie-haha Real Soon Now&#153, if your credibility is to remain anywhere near the size of your gorgeous chest.

Awright, on to the football.&#160 In bowl season, you don’t get many rematches of a regular-season game, but we have one tonight.&#160 Bo Pelini will take his 17th-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers into battle tonight for the Holiday Bowl in San Diego, where Taylor Martinez (or Cody Green or Zac Lee, take your pick) will match wits against the UWashington Huskies’ Jake Locker.&#160 Locker’s the latest incarnation of Ryan Leaf – meaning only a few folks in Washington think he’s any good, while the rest us are are suitably unimpressed.

Big Red’s favored by 13&#189.&#160 If the Blackshirts are healthy, it should be considerably more.

Saturday, Bob Stoops takes his ninth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners to the Fiesta Bowl to take on the Connecticut Huskies.&#160 The Sooners won’t have running back Roy Finch, but they’ll have RB DeMarco Murray and QB Landry Jones.&#160 They should be fine.

Vegas has OU favored by 17.&#160 Let’s just say that UConn’s football team isn’t quite&#160 as good as its women’s hoops team.&#160 OU won’t have any trouble here.

The marquee matchup for us will also be Saturday, as the Rose Bowl features two PFW teams – fourth-ranked Bucky takes on Gary Patterson’s third-ranked Texas Christian Horned Frogs.&#160 It’ll be the Badgers’ size versus the Frogs’ speed.

Generally, I hate matchups like this – remember a couple years ago when I posted this? I was worried about Matt Panfil getting pushed around by Phil Loadholt, and I was right (in fact, that could’ve been a WITY&#153 right there).&#160 I’m just as worried this week that Bucky’s gonna pound on the TCU defensive front until it collapses.

Therefore, TCU had best jump out to a quick, big lead.&#160 Let it remain close into the fourth quarter, and Bucky will win this game.&#160 Don’t let that happen, Gary Patterson.

Sunday, the Dallas Cowgirlz bring a merciful end to the season, as they go to Pussydelphia to play Mikey “Woof Woof Yikes!!!” Vick and the rest of the Beagles.&#160 No way Dallas wins this game – but if there’s any justice (and if Dallas has any balls to speak of), DeShawna Jackoff leaves the game on a cart after trying to showboat one more time.

Then again, what am I talking about?&#160 These are the Cowgirlz – we’ve known they’ve had no balls since Owner Jethro whined about Dez Bryant getting his ankle tweaked in training camp.&#160 Dallas, just go, expose your belly to the Beagles and put us out of our misery for another year.

Final recap and the Benediction&#153 will be Monday.&#160 Hopefully, we’ll have something to celebrate around these parts.


(Hat tip to Allahpundit.)

Pat Robertson, people, has jumped the shark.

Count this among the 10 things nobody ever expected to see in their lifetimes: 700 Club founder Pat Robertson, one of the cornerstone figures of America’s Christian right movement, has come out in favor of legalizing marijuana.

Calling it getting “smart” on crime

…Robertson became a fool.

Well, at least there’s Scriptural precedent, y’know?

Robertson aired a clip on a recent episode of his 700 Club television show that advocated the viewpoint of drug law reformers who run prison outreach ministries.

Yeah, y’know, Pat – drug runners have a “prison outreach ministry”, too.&#160 Usually, it has something to do with passing along instructions on how to run the cartel.

A narrator even claimed that religious prison outreach has “saved” millions in public funds by helping to reduce the number of prisoners who return shortly after being released.

Yeah, I’ll just bet.&#160 Or maybe it’s just a strong desire to avoid a return “engagement” as Bubba’s bitch, if you will.

“It got to be a big deal in campaigns: ‘He’s tough on crime,’ and ‘lock ’em up!'” the Christian Coalition founder said. “That’s the way these guys ran and, uh, they got elected. But, that wasn’t the answer.”

Uh, Patricia?&#160 Yes, it was.&#160 “Lock ’em up”, and keep locking ’em up until the drug-addled dumbasses get the clue.

Who knows?&#160 Maybe one of ’em will pick up the one you’ve lost, Pattianne.

I think, over the next few days/weeks, you will see donations to the 700 Club take a plunge off the cliff.&#160 Followed shortly, of course, by Pattianne Robertson’s sudden decision to “retire” to “spend more time with his family”.

Perhaps they can spend it toking.&#160


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