So I took a picture of Corey Hammer's uncharacteristically angry facial hair at last night's Jacobins show. I ask that you offer your opinion on this in my comment box.
After I'd gotten home, it reminded me of something...
Huh. Well, anyways, here is a gratuitous picture of Will, who will be performing at the 400 Bar again this coming Monday night.
Oh, just sign it. You're already on enough LISTS for visiting this website. One more won't hurt. When a government abides by the rules laid out by its people, as our Constitution, the political trust that permits its very existence, a government can be legitimate (in theory, though still not preferred, mind you).
When these rules are not followed, said government is not legitimate. Yea, I revoke their Constitutional privileges. You too, SCOTUS. You can take Marbury v. Madison and tunnel it up your keisters.
Oh, and here's more injustice, this time in Virginia. And if you find the time, scroll through some of the upsetting and revolting comments from our communities' finest swine, in the case that Luke doesn't link it.
Whew. Anyways, coming to see the Jacobins on Friday?
Will Tolle at the 400 Bar, Monday 01/21/08, 9:00 PM.
And those fandangled Jacobins at the Spring Street/Club Underground on Friday the 25th!
Do it. Or be done. So says Rex.
...'til I smell burning flesh.
Yet, police across the country increasingly are equipping themselves with Tasers, and supporters of the weapons say many more lives have been saved because officers avoided firing bullets..."That is the good thing about using a Taser," Fish said. "The Taser makes the arrest more efficient and quicker."
In the United States, more than 290 people have died since June 2001 after being struck by police Tasers, according to the human rights group Amnesty International. It said in October that only 25 of the 290 were armed, and none had firearms....wait, but but...but? Is the Taser supposed to be used in self-defense, or to apply pain torture to assure compliance? In many of these incidents, there is one unarmed 'perp' and multiple overweight (and arguably trained) JBTs, such as this recent murder in New Brighton.
Butt added that it's impossible to directly study a Taser's effects on humans because shocking people deliberately would be considered unethical. Such research has been done on pigs, he said....LAWL, ROFFLE! Thanks Butt, for not specifying which non-human swine we're referring to.
Double Guantanamo Great Wall of California
Tonight I propose a high-rise toast to the 1,761st day of our most recent international Cakewalk, to be followed by another toast to our Empire's next. Where as long as they're brown and talk funny, bomb them until they aren't and don't.
In OtherNews LRC today, Mr. Ostrowski made a passing reference to Huckabee as a sitcom. I find this a brilliant idea that warrants network consideration.
The Huckabees are joined around the dining table, a velvet Jesus watching over them. Mom, Janet, is serving breakfast in a white apron, a shiny plastic smile covering up her agony.
Mike Huckabee wiggles a Jimmy Dean sausage in the air: "There's never been a civilization that has rewritten what marriage and family means and survived."
Son David, skinning a neighborhood dog, guffaws. "Gee, paw, ya ought to do something about the homos after Iowa elects yew president."
Mike continues, pointing the greasy sausage at the velvet Jesus: "I didn't get into politics because I thought government had a better answer. I got into politics because I knew government didn't have the real answers, that the real answers lie in accepting Jesus Christ into our lives...I hope we answer the alarm clock and take this nation back for Christ."
Don't forget to join us for next week's episode with special guest Tom Tancredo! "One for English?! This upsets me so much, with the pressing one. This country was founded on God and English!" [no citation here, but I am sure he's said it some time]
Any ideas for theme music?
"I'm pretty sure there will be duck-hunting in heaven and I can't wait!"
cough, hack, wheeze
Incompetent local yokel authoritarians search for government-trained killing machine.Well huh.
While I'll still be participating in Super Tuesday for the Good Doctor, not many of us anarchist losertarians have really had all that much hope despite 'the movement' growing to proportions beyond our imagination. The whole system (republic, democracy, Statism) is trite anyways, and to quote the Great One, "We're all freaking doomed (WAFD)!" This is all just pretend. At best, maybe we can stave off the KBR freedom camps for another year or so.
In all actuality, I'd trade the Ron Paul rEVOLution for the lung capacity to smoke a cigarette today. While I am consoled by my Grinderman, coffee, vino and whiskey, it doesn't keep the edges rounded. This is DRECK! Does anybody have any pills?
I know you weren't at this last Thursday's show; aside from the Jacobins themselves, only Will and Meghan were present along with Luke and I, and they don't read this blog. So you're going to get a second chance, jock-O:
The Jacobins, Friday, January 25th, at Club Underground/the Spring Street Tavern. Better luck this time around, punchy.
I can almost take half a drag from a cigarette without a five minute coughing fit. Damn it.
Picking up Elizabeth up at the aeropuerto on the 29th through plans gone flappy and flaccid for New Year's Eve I was stricken with a flu that brought me from body climates tropical to arctic. Through this exciting course, the Good Lord decided that my upper respiratory system would be a good store of various viruses and bacteria. This bronchitis be blamed, I haven't had a damned cigarette since the 29th (note: involuntary); easily my longest smokeless stretch since I started at a virile, strapping sixteen. Yes, miserable right through Elizabeth's Monday birthday and as I write this.
Put me in your prayers, somewhere between your begging for a pony, negative pregnancy tests, and the pleas for Pep-pep to finally croak.
And put the Good Doctor Ron Paul in there, too, so that he may obtain a higher column than his robbed 4th place in New Hampshire, and a bonus smite for Huckabee.
For who had the audacity to not be in attendance, Will's performance on the 28th was stellar, almost as I expect tomorrow night's Jacobins performance at the Hexagon to be. I'll see you there.