Monday, July 26, 2004

Now I am getting spam in hebrew

I guess that will teach me to track down bandwidth thieves.  Note to self.  Message boards--->>> spam.


Friday, July 23, 2004

Evil Cats Plot to Corrupt Toddlers

Bad Kitty

Or, what substitutes for "news."

"Glad said since noticing the alleged obscene image, her daughter has begun to imitate it.

"Basically, we have a 3-year-old running around giving the middle finger," Glad said."

Yes, so let's make a big fuss, so that the toddler ingrains this behavior as a source of attention.

The fricken cats are laughing, because the have already won. - News - Mom: Garfield Toy Makes Obscene Gesture

Ashcroft is a lying sack

Porno King, too





During his public testimony before the 9/11 commission, Attorney General John Ashcroft attempted to deflect criticism from his own lackluster counterterrorism efforts by pinning the blame on a 1995 memo written by former deputy Attorney General (and current 9/11 commissioner) Jamie Gorelick. Ashcroft said, "The 1995 guidelines and the procedures developed around them imposed draconian barriers, barriers between the law enforcement and intelligence communities. The wall effectively excluded prosecutors from intelligence investigations. The wall left intelligence agents afraid to talk with criminal prosecutors or agents."[1] Ashcroft called the memo "the single greatest structural cause for the September 11 problem." In their final report released yesterday, the bi-partisan 9/11 commission concluded that Ashcroft's public testimony was false and misleading.

The commission bluntly stated that Ashcroft's public testimony did not "fairly or accurately reflect the significance of the 1995 documents and their relevance to the 2001 discussions."[2] Specifically, "The Gorelick memorandum applied to two particular criminal cases, neither of which was involved in the summer 2001 information-sharing discussions." Any barriers between the law enforcement and intelligence communities were not created from written guidelines by internal Justice Department conflicts which "neither Attorney General [Ashcroft or Reno] acted to resolve" prior to 9/11.

Even Ashcroft himself has recently backed away from his April testimony before the commission. In a recent document released by the Justice Department, Ashcroft conceded that Gorelick's memo permitted "interaction and information sharing between prosecutors and intelligence officers" and allowed the FBI to use the fruits of an intelligence investigation "in a criminal prosecution."[3] Ashcroft failed to mention that guidelines issued by his own deputy Attorney General, Larry Thompson, were more restrictive because they affirmed the Gorelick memo and added additional requirements.[4]



1. "Transcript: 9/11 Commission Hearing," The Washington Post, 04/13/04,

2. 9/11 Commission Final Report, p. 539,

3. Report from the Field: The USA PATRIOT Act at Work, U.S. Department of Justice, July 2004,

4. "Thompson Memo," U.S. Department of Justice, 08/06/01,

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Friday, July 16, 2004

Tough on crime...

or, don't get sentenced in a high profile case during an election year.

MSNBC - Stewart receives 5-month prison term

NEW YORK - Domestic icon Martha Stewart moved one step closer to a drastically different lifestyle behind bars when the millionaire entrepreneur was sentenced Friday to five months in prison for a stock-trading scandal.

Martha packs a prison travel bag

I'll take mauve bedding, lilac scented soap on a rope, and adobe sconces for the lights, and...  aw screw it - I need 75 cartons of Marlboros, a chastity belt, a case each of lysol and bleach.  And a shiv - will somebody please make me a $#@%@$^%#^$# shiv?!  Somebody tell that punk Sam Waksal that he's my beotch as soon as his sorry a** gets out and...zzzz (valium percocet thorazine cocktail kicks in)

Thursday, July 15, 2004

As Wicked Lester was to Kiss...

i.e., a crappy precursor with some different people, so were the Sex Police Pistols to the Mutant Dog F***ers. Recently, a copy of their signature anthem was recovered from a box of treasures like ford Festiva hub caps and quizbowl trophies hidden on a shelf 2000 miles from the basement where the following tripe was spawned.

Every Inch You Take

Every inch you take
Every scream you make
Every sheet you cake
Every Sheik I break

I’ll be fucking you

Every hole I ream
Every ounce I cream
Put it in your seam
Just to hear you scream

I’ll be fucking you

Oh can’t you see
You’re too loose for me?
Baby, you’re a slut
You smell like halibut

You got me with your “hook”
Gave me a horny look
God, I needed nook
50 bucks you took
I was fucking you

When you came you were sitting on my face
I ate you raw and put you in your place
You screamed that tongue can’t be from the human race
[Something something something that should end with –ace]
You kept crying, “baby, baby, please”

Oh can’t you see
You’re too loose for me?
Baby, you’re a slut
You smell like halibut

All the tits I tweak
All the girls that peak
How I always seek
Cunts that do not reek
I’ll be fucking you

Every scream you make
Every Sheik I break

I’ll be fucking you

© 1983 Afro/Dizzy/Ache Publishing Co.
Written by Wang and Twang of Tibetian Noun Amalgamation (T-N-A)
Originally performed by the Sex Police Pistols

At least Jodi and her fun roomie were amused by this. For a minute.