Saturday, June 07, 2008

Ridiculing conservatives 

Sometimes I come across something that is so batshit insane that it, by itself, completely justifies my disgust with conservatives and my endless mockery of the Republican Party.

Apparently, America's two most famous America-haters, Barack and Michelle Obama, tapped knuckles at a recent event. And to conservative activists, this is a sign of imminent doom for America.

Read "The Pursuit of Dappiness" at Sadly, No.

One perceptive quote from a conservative commentator:

Our country will be in big trouble if he is elected!!! A video will be coming out of her telling “whitey to die”. Meaning white people! Higher taxes!!! Barack Hussein Obama??? A Muslim president??? We are fighting Muslim’s in Iraq for goodness sake!!! Come on people!

If you support America's ongoing and shameful transformation into a Nation of Bed-Wetters, by all means, vote for John McCain.

(Please, please, please, Lord! Have some crazy conservative find his or her way to my site to defend these nutcases! Such fun!)


Thursday, June 05, 2008

Comic books are kind of dumb ... 

... at times.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Here's a site called "What were they thinking?" that has a little fun with Silver Age comics. What gets me is how many of these comics I've actually read ... and frequently didn't think too much about how dumb they are. A recent entry is about "The Living Beast-Bomb," a talking gorilla who theatens to blow up Gotham City (for some reason) and he straps bombs around himself (for some reason) and Batman has to hold him off the ground or he blows up and kills everybody.

I had this in a reprint in the 1970s and I never thought twice about it. Today it looks awfully dumb. (And I bet I still have that reprint. It also has a Titano story and a Grodd story and a Wonder Woman story where gorillas from outer space turn Wonder Woman into an ape ... for some reason.)

One of the best posts this guy ever did was on a story in Superman #7 where Superman goes to Gay City ...

I love it where the assignment editor tells Lois she can't go because: "It's too dangerous ... for a woman!"


This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?