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Quick newsy bits and links

Quick newsy bits and links

It’s what I’m best at (19 years of schooling down the drain):

  • Noted race relations expert Touré has thoughts on the racist mind based on a conversation he had with someone.
  • In case you were wondering, the “isolated incidents of violence against whites by blacks, in which Trayvon Martin’s name has been reportedly invoked as a justification, indicate that anger and frustration over the case within the African-American community are boiling over in rare instances.”  Well, since they have been isolated and rare, no need for concern, unless of course, you were one of the people attacked.
  • Taylor Marsh isn’t excusing or making excuses for the violence: “It’s about the righteous injustice African Americans have had to contend with for over a century.  Mobile, Alabama, where Matthew Owens was beaten to within an inch of his life, has a deep history of racial bigotry and violence.  That a mob in Mobile could relate to the gunning down of Trayvon Martin through violence shouldn’t shock America.”  Oh wait.
  • Death by regulation, the only form of liberal-approved execution.
  • Fight back!  It will make you feel better.
  • It only hurts when they cry: “It is a truth universally acknowledged that when the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court tells the U.S. solicitor general in the opening seconds of his presentation that “No part of your argument has to do with racial or ethnic profiling, does it?,” we will not be hearing a case about racial profiling.”
  • I’m sure it was just an innocent oversight.
  • Monica, Monica, Monica.
  • Has anyone confirmed the “Syrian rebel buried alive” story?
  • P.S., I love you too.

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“Righteous injustice”

Not sure I know what “righteous injustice” is, but it seems to mean that it’s okay if blacks lash out at random white people.

    n.n in reply to OCBill. | April 29, 2012 at 11:48 pm

    Retributive change precedes and accompanies redistributive change. Only people who deny individual dignity and others who desire to consolidate wealth and power would approve of either measure but especially the first.

Professor, your “Death by Regulation” link actually made me physically ill.
I sent you a link about the Michigan farmers whose pigs are being slaughtered, and I think it is similar. I wish you would comment on that.

No one hears about these cases, because the elitists on the coasts love to eat chicken and pork, but they are the same people who vilify those who provide their food.

Going to a tea party meeting tomorrow night, and hoping that my buddy “Jim” brings me some more fresh eggs.

I wonder if we’ll both end up in jail because of it.

    BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Tamminator. | April 29, 2012 at 9:38 pm

    After Sarah Palin gave the Turkey its reprieve for Thanksgiving the worker guy in the background got on with the guillotine job. After all there are hundreds of millions of Americans to feed.

    The ensuing fuss perfectly demonstrated the complete lack of logic of her critics. Just where do they think their turkey dinner came from ?

    My objections in livestock raising /consumptions are based on the absurd low value placed on the animal. Too cheap a price must be paid for at the checkout by the animals themselves.

    A point to make is that you don’t have to be a Democrat /greenie to respect food production. Don’t give the argument over to them.

      I honestly have no idea what the fuck you are talking about.

        Dittos 😉

          LukeHandCool in reply to Joy. | April 29, 2012 at 10:32 pm

          Whooa … here I was thinking I had some kind of rare, weird, selective reading-comprehension disorder.

          What a relief! I feel so much better. Other people have it, too.

          Just kiddin’ with you, Banned. 🙂

        BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Tamminator. | April 29, 2012 at 11:54 pm

        Regulations will always be there. Presently they are dictated by the ‘elitists on the coasts’. That is called the market

        So Babe either find new techniques that both ensure sustainability & humane standards or don’t produce.

        Incidentally the US places high hurdles via foreign import standards when it wants to .protect domestic producers.

        Michigan can always secede & set up its own standards.

        BTW there are regulations even for your esteemed secret service guys . Be careful handling the local meat & pay a fair price.

        BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Tamminator. | April 30, 2012 at 12:10 am

        Also don’t get angry & swear at me just because you don’t remember the famous Turkey interview.

        How is hubby taking the prostitute thing. Bet he misses it all stuck there with you.

Legal Insurrection is the greatest blog I’ve ever seen. It is full of insightful commentary on the human condition, with a wit-tinged subtext calling out for hope in a world of change, bringing joy to many all in HIS spare time.

BannedbytheGuardian | April 29, 2012 at 9:25 pm

Now Taylor Marsh has stepped up on Beyonce’s rightful civil rights podium.

Does Kanye know yet?

LukeHandCool | April 29, 2012 at 9:39 pm

Re: P.S. I love you, too:

Far East Cynic, SWM, Earth-Native, sick of the magazine scene and blow-up games, seeks real girl.

Ladies of Asia, this guy has “Real Winner!” written all over him. Behold these titillating tidbits:

“Always on the lookout for my next ex-wife.”

“I intend to use those opportunities to write about relationships … I want an excuse to right some explicitly erotic prose.”

Not into creepy sleazeballs? Instead, you’re into the mature, discreet, wise, soft-spoken and upstanding, strong-but-gentle Hugh Beaumont-type scene?

Well, he’s got that side to him, too. Feast your eyes on this:

“William Jacobsen is a worthless piece of sh*t.” [At least he isn’t a whore–LHC]

“… whores like Michelle Malkin …” [At least she isn’t a worthless piece of sh*t—LHC]

“… and imbeciles like the late Andrew Breitbart …”

Still not sold, ladies? Not your thang? Well, if the bad-boy type it is for ya, then he is it:

“In a proper world an evil man like Paul Ryan would have a horde of people hovering over him-all with Louisville Sluggers in hand threatening to teach him the real consequences of selfishness.”

Get in line ladies. This is a limited time offer.

This guy is *** HOT!!! ***

    He’s so HOT that no can approach him close enough make the millions of comments that I’m sure he thinks he deserves 😉

      LukeHandCool in reply to Joy. | April 29, 2012 at 10:05 pm

      No taking front cuts, Joy!! Back to the end of the line with ya. That’s a good lass.

      I think all the ladies who read LI should post steamy comments on this lonely Goober’s blog. Maybe with links to the recent study that conservatives have better sex lives than liberals. (Personally, I’ll never understand why women don’t start panting uncontrollably when Alan Alda appears on their screen.)

      The heat is on high and this sweet thing of a hunkaroo will be going like hot, hot, hotcakes. Get back in line, Joy. No front cuts, I told you!

      LukeHandCool (who bets Joy is searching the internet frantically for Far East Cynic’s erotic prose).

Death by regulation, the only form of liberal-approved execution.

Whatever his faults may have been, Thomas Ball was willing to pay the ultimate price to draw attention to his insightful concept of The Second Set of Books.

After reading “Death by Regulation”, I felt a surreal wave of physical/fictive dislocation, as if I’d dream-read through some nightmare of a mingled Kafka, Nathanael West and Robert Heinlein.

As painful as it was, I very much appreciate the link.

    Milhouse in reply to raven. | April 30, 2012 at 3:43 am

    He should have waited until the cops were in the house and then blown it up. Judges 16:30

    RosalindJ in reply to raven. | April 30, 2012 at 6:08 pm

    I followed that link all around the ‘net today. I cannot believe what that man was put through. It made me ill. Petty thieves hefting their imprimatur via bureaucratic determination. There are several cases around the country, most having to do with the EPA (spit).

Fluke in the news again? Inquiring minds have to know: Is she going to change her name when she gets married. And is he going to contribute to the poor girl’s contraception budget.

    Anchovy in reply to janitor. | April 29, 2012 at 11:26 pm

    I would be willing to wager an adult beverage of your choice that Sandra will opt to become a hyphenated feminist and use her fathers surname along with her husbands. That way she can demonstrate her allegiance to the sisterhood by using the last names of two males. You go girl…….

    Let’s all hope and pray that her husband, if she can find one, pays for contraception and uses it religiously every time he flukes her. We don’t need more little Flukers running around.

Sorry, I don’t have time for all this frivolity tonight. I am busy studying certain near east religions trying to figure out if there is also a six hour time limit on dead sheep.

I would agree with John Derbyshire in his “controversial” essay. He said that approximately 5% of African Americans are virulently racist to the point that if a Caucasian held similar sentiments he would be hound out of the public eye.

I just can’t help myself, but it was too easy to stop by “Far East Cynic” and let him know how much more he’ll hate me than the Professor (sorry, sir….it’s true), then bust his stones over everything he wrote. I live for that stuff.

    LukeHandCool in reply to Deekaman. | April 29, 2012 at 11:45 pm

    Did you tell him your name is Haruko and that you’ll be waiting for him Friday night in front of Shinjuku Station? That you’ll be the pretty one with long black hair holding the designer shopping bags, and that you like to be grabbed and kissed roughly on the first date … at the very beginning of the date … before any uncomfortable pauses in the subsequent conversation … as your idea of the ultimate ice breaker?

Skippy’s appeal to authority of Juan Cole is hilarious, the guy is an left wing tard.

The post wreaks of the notion that libtards believe they are the authority of dissent.

    jdkchem in reply to OcTEApi. | April 30, 2012 at 11:29 am

    But he said he was a “middle of the road kind of guy”. Who wants all the joys of being an American citizen as long as he can do it somewhere else on someone else’s dime.

    “Your boy Bush caused all this trouble-and now Obama is simply carrying on his flawed policies, you idiot. But never let the facts get in the way of a strawman argument.”

    So it is all Bush’s fault. Bush is serving a 3rd term. All of the Obama talk about restoring America’s standing in the world was BS because Obama had/has absolutely no idea what he is doing so he does exactly what Bush did. Is it a straw man argument to hold the male in charge accountable?

Skippy Dip-$h!t chose the courageous path of closing the comments section. How brave and Obama-esque!

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