Can you stop being offended long enough to watch this roast of Sammy Davis, Jr? Can you laugh along with all the audience and all the people on the dais? Or do you always look for a reason to be offended?
Archive for the ‘society’ Category
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2015/09/12
Posted in Culture, humor, Humor - For Some, Liberal, Politically Incorrect, politics, society, stereotype | Tagged: Dean Martin, Milton Berle, Sammy Davis Jr, stereotype humor, too readily offended, Wilt Chamberlain | 6 Comments »
Posted by DNW on 2015/03/09
I don’t think anyone takes AOL seriously anymore, apart from it being a serious example of cultural degeneracy.
Now, I suppose that if someone were tempted to make The National Enquirer, or some other supermarket checkout lane tabloid trash their Internet starting page, then AOL might seem like an attractive option.
Otherwise, I cannot think of a single reason to sign up. In fact, as I and numerous others have said before, it is difficult merely to justify keeping an old e-mail account there, no matter how many years you may have had it.
As if any of us really needed further evidence of the mental and moral squalor of the AOL experience, here’s sampling of “ledes” from today’s headlines. Recall too, that what appears here appears despite the fact that the greeting screen was deliberately set to the “business” option .
Only on the last item listed do they finally get to a political issue: with the expected framing, of course.
… incredible ‘thank you’
… ‘graphic’ exhibit
… most grueling commute ever
… Waiter deals with unpaid tab in best way
Best haircuts for your 40s, 50s and 60s
Creatures found dwelling on 3rd floor of school
Woman’s funny imitations …
Executive chefs are among the happiest …
Two short words may have saved woman’s life …
… how Teresa is really doing in prison
The trick to perfect hard and soft boiled eggs …
Man fools girlfriend …
Celebrity hair stylist …
… lurid murder trial
Girl learns startling truth …
Judge Judy reportedly earns $47 million … a year
Polygamist family lived in fear …
Sinister ‘treats’ send dogs to hospital …
[actress Kate] Hudson makes leap into a bold new business …
Heinous crime’ strikes leading UK dog show
Disturbing video of Suge killing man emerges …
GOP senators undermine Iran deal with letter …
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2015/01/27
The US has 90 guns per 100 citizens, far outstripping any other country. That’s something Bloomberg bought and sold Shannon Watts will tell you. What she won’t tell you is that the US is also in the bottom half of all countries in murder rates, with the Socialist, huge gun-control countries above us. She also won’t tell you that the US would be far lower if not for the murder rates in the Democrat-controlled gun-control cities of the US, such as Detroit, Chicago, DC, Atlanta, Cleveland, etc, etc.
Dallas, the Democrat run city in gun nut Texas, is the Texas city with the highest murder rate, and it’s not even in the top 20 in the US. So, as everyone with even a lick of sense knows, gun-control laws increase murder rates instead of decreasing them.
Posted in 2nd Amendment, Conservative, Constitution, crime, Culture, Law, Over-regulation, Personal Responsibility, Philosophy, Politically Incorrect, politics, society, truth | Tagged: gun control, Gun Sense, murder rate, Shannon Watts | 6 Comments »
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2015/01/17
All you anti-Christian, anti-Semites, you can kiss my puwet. Tell your lies. They’re from Satan. I stand in solidarity with Israel, the Jews, Jesus, Providence and against Satan, who calls himself Allah among other names.
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2015/01/16
As for Truth Before Dishonor, we know which side we are on.
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/22
And it took traveling to the Philippines to do it. I met Climate Destruction DENIER from Twitchy here in the Philippines. He, his wife, and his Philippine family were very gracious hosts, providing far more food than could be eaten in 3 sittings. And that was only the lunch. We also went sight-seeing so I could better understand circumstances as they relate to my own business ideas for the Philippines. Climate Destruction DENIER likes my ideas, and has started the process of information gathering in an effort to implement my ideas — with his alterations — here on Luzon.
But the important thing is I have found a family in Luzon that I can really talk business plans and culture differences with. I hesitate to call him an ex-pat because there are negative connotations with that term among some people. He’s a US citizen with a lovely Pinay wife, living on Luzon.
I hope to learn a lot more from him, and to further develop our acquaintance relationship into a solid friendship. He’s very clearly good people, despite some of our disagreements. Actually… I like the fact we have disagreements. Two of me in the same room for any length of time would result in one of me in that room.
I definitely have business plans aiming more than one direction for the Philippines. I also have business plans, aiming basically only one direction in the US, and I am actively working to make the US plans work, despite some setbacks. The destruction of my credit history, which started in November 2008, is a major stumbling block, at least for my US LLC. If I can get these multiple plans working, I can be officially retired at a younger age than most Americans, while continuing to do some heavy work while retired.
It is much less expensive to live in the Philippines, and the people, for the most part, are much friendlier than what you’ll find in the US. And now that I’ve met Climate Destruction DENIER and his family in person, I also have an anchor of sorts in the Philippines. Things are looking up, with multiple hurdles to … hurdle, but looking up, nonetheless.
Posted by DNW on 2014/11/18
A reminder that big business and the free market are not the same thing, as we see the Lords of Crony Capitalism collaborate with Welfare State Diktat, and declare it “Good”.
“Insurers and the government have developed a symbiotic relationship, nurtured by tens of billions of dollars that flow from the federal Treasury to insurers each year,” said Michael F. Cannon, director of health policy studies at the libertarian Cato Institute.
So much so, in fact, that insurers may soon be on a collision course with the Republican majority in the new Congress. Insurers, often aligned with Republicans in the past, have built their business plans around the law and will strenuously resist Republican efforts to dismantle it. Since Mr. Obama signed the law, share prices for four of the major insurance companies — Aetna, Cigna, Humana and UnitedHealth — have more than doubled, while the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index has increased about 70 percent.”
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/16
Back when we had control of the northern half of it, we should’ve annexed it then. But we didn’t, and we’ve been suffering for it since. And what is “it”, you ask? “It” is this.
And I know certain empty heads will esplode because I wrote this.
Posted in ABJECT FAILURE, crime, Culture, economics, Humor - For Some, Law, Politically Incorrect, politics, society | Tagged: corruption, drug lords, Government corruption, Mexico | Comments Off on We Could Annex The Northern Half Of It
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/10
Go take their “quiz” and see for yourself how wrong VOX is. As is normal for VOX. They’re never, ever, and I do mean ever, right about anything. Even people on the Left are laughing at VOX over this one.
How did I do? Anyone who knows me will see what a bunch of hooey the VOX thing is.
Posted in ABJECT FAILURE, humor, Liberal, media, Philosophy, politically correct, politics, Religion, society | Tagged: stereotyping, VOX is wrong | Comments Off on Hey, @voxdotcom, #Stereotype Much? #Wrong Much?
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/10/28
Surely they have been called Uncle Toms, Race Traitors, Oreos, House Ni**ers, Tokens, etc by the Left already.
Posted in ABJECT FAILURE, Character, crime, Culture, economics, Elections, history, Insanity, Liberal, Obama, Personal Responsibility, Philosophy, politically correct, Politically Incorrect, politics, race, society | Comments Off on Taking Their Chains Off