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December 26, 2008

Open Thread

Al Gore's 12 Days of Global Warming. Hat tip: Right Wing News.

Posted by Van Helsing at December 26, 2008 3:34 PM


I blame George Bush, if he had only conceded before the FLA recount, I would have been President & therefore I would not have had to invent Global warming to get mentioned in the history books.

Bush & the republicans are therefore responsible for Global Warming, yell at them.

Posted by: ALGORE at December 26, 2008 4:05 PM

Al Gore stands uner a pear tree and the partridge took a crap on him and as the the partridge HE DID IT FOR A REASON

Posted by: Spurwing Plover at December 26, 2008 7:02 PM

Because of Florida, Al Gore failed to become president of the United States and instead became the most influential man in the world and a multi-billionare. He should do something really nice for us Crackers; I suggest that he start by SHUTTING THE FREAK UP!

Posted by: KHarn at December 26, 2008 7:17 PM

Agree with you, KHarn. Thought the Goracle was half-way decent when a new Senator, who voted against the wishes of most of his party, in favor of Operation Desert Storm, but he's become a bloated idiot one-note moron ever since, and I'm utterly sick of hearing anything out of his Liberalism-infected mouth. Purest BS -- all the dolt cares about is $$$$$$$$$$$. Hey, drones! If you think al is "concerned" about the planet, wow, are you stupid to the extreme! He couldn't care less. Suggest you "follow the money," dummies! (Applies to Obambi, too).

Now, we see that Obambi will appoint him some sort of Energy Czar (or at least his "Carbon" adviser) -- thanks again, drones, for placing our next president in power, and a big, wet kiss to you for elevating a supreme dunce like algore to a position of power within the upcoming Marxist reign of terror. Yeah, can't thank you enough . . .

Posted by: jc14 at December 26, 2008 7:28 PM

More Islamic lunacy...

"That’s why the Christians have something called baptism. They put the child in water, and he becomes a Christian. So what was he originally? A Muslim."

"As the Prophet Muhammad said, everybody is born Muslim, and their parents convert them to Judaism, to Christianity, or to Zoroastrianism."

Yes, he really did say that: "No child is born but has the Islamic Faith, but its parents turn it into a Jew or a Christian" (Bukhari, volume 8, book 77, number 597).

This notion, that everyone is born Muslim, is a foundation of Islamic supremacism. Members of all other faiths are simply renegades from the truth faith of Islam, and must be made to feel their status as rebels by being denied equality of rights -- as Sharia mandates for Jews, Christians, and others.

Posted by: Mike at December 26, 2008 11:04 PM

Если не секрет где хостите сайт?

Posted by: Roorrelayjobe at December 27, 2008 1:12 AM

Where can I buy Carbon Debits?

Posted by: hiram at December 27, 2008 4:45 AM

Posted by: V the K at December 27, 2008 5:33 AM

"This should make some eco-loony heads explaode."

I could be what you might think is a 'eco-loon', and i don't see a problem with it. I run an electric heater its powered by coal as well. In fact this is probably better because its more effiecient, no loss in transmission. So what?

Posted by: Anonymous at December 27, 2008 6:46 AM

What does the comment by Mike have to do with the you tube of Al Gore?? Just askin', ya' know??

Posted by: WolfDog at December 27, 2008 8:38 AM

free carbon offsets here

Posted by: blue at December 27, 2008 9:51 AM

Posted by: blue at December 27, 2008 9:52 AM

Pass it on for the Deorwellization Project:

'Meritalism' not 'Capitalism'

Don't let the Devil (of Marxism) have all the good words.

Posted by: Conservigilant at December 27, 2008 9:55 AM

What does the comment by Mike have to do with the you tube of Al Gore?? Just askin', ya' know??

Um, it's an "open thread."

Latest in moonbat parenting: Lurking in middle school bathrooms to listen in on conversations. The New York Times approves of this creepy activity, as does congressman Barney Frank.

Posted by: V the K at December 27, 2008 10:17 AM

blue, I think you misunderstood... I said carbon debits, the opposite of offsets. See, my carbon "footprint" is too damn small, so I want to hire people in the third world to release extra co2 for me.

Posted by: hiram at December 27, 2008 10:44 AM

Yesterday, I tried to get on this website several times, but coudn't get on. I was so worried that Obama and his goons put a "gris-gris" on this site and shut it down or something. I am so happy to see it here today!
I was a bit worried. I thought the communism was starting already.

Posted by: Andrea at December 27, 2008 12:08 PM

Environazis harrass Japanese whalers by throwing stink bombs at them.

The thing that aggravates me the most about these greenpeace types the way they paint these whalers as monsters. I suspect that most of the whalers would rather be at home with their families then spending time on the open seas carving up whale meat. They have to make a living somehow.

Its just like if you threw bricks through slaughterhouse windows. All it does is make the place a dangerous job envirornment.

Posted by: conservativeteen at December 27, 2008 12:47 PM

Posted by: V the K at December 27, 2008 2:14 PM

They should start showing this in classrooms.

Hearty thanks to the Brits.

Posted by: The Him at December 27, 2008 2:25 PM

First it was 'Breasts not Bombs,' now the latest fad in trendy ineffective pacifist moonbattery... 'panties for peace'

Posted by: V the K at December 27, 2008 3:30 PM

Posted by: WolfDog at December 27, 2008 8:38 AM

Shouldn't you be praying towards Mecca?

Posted by: Mike at December 27, 2008 4:48 PM

Posted by: Rob Banks at December 27, 2008 5:19 PM

Russia proves that you can be a mass murderer and still be loved after you die.

Posted by: conservativeteen at December 27, 2008 7:26 PM

Al Gore will remind you on a kids game called MR MOUTH with the ad lines JUST CANT KEEP HIS BIG MOUTH SHUT

Posted by: Spurwing Plover at December 27, 2008 7:46 PM

The pretentious stay-at-home poet / neighborhood volunteer who is positive she deserves a US Senate seat without an election has some particularly stupid things to say this morning.

Fortunately, WaPo has decided to go to bat for her. Today's OpEd sham prattles about how not being supportive of Kennedy's coronation is tantamount to being against stay-at-home moms, that Caroline's just a typical struggling woman being unfairly hounded for having a few gaps in her resume - like who doesn't, anyway?
She's a Kennedy, But She's a Lot Like Us

Yep, the coming Kennedy Senate appointment is as predictable as Israel not putting any troops on the ground to follow up the air mission, and then declaring victory while rockets fall on their cities.

Posted by: mega at December 28, 2008 8:26 AM


Now that college freshmen are home for winter/holiday (no longer Christmas) break, toting his/her wash and maybe some of that “freshman fifteen” excess poundage, it may be time for another of what we used to call a sitdown.

That was our word for heart-to-hearts when the kids were in high school and in their early college years and we felt a need to impart more of our extensive, mature knowledge, mostly gained from years of making our own stupid mistakes.

Sitdowns, of course, were aimed at imparting sage parental advice on the pitfalls, temptations, and vicissitudes of growing up and moving on down that landmined road of life, delivered in solemn tones, and usually received with poorly-concealed and barely-audible groans.

One notable hazard on that road today is the practice of hookups, a contemporary alternative to dating which itself was fraught with dangers although hookups make those threats to physical safety seem miniscule.

And, despite decades of women’s lib propaganda and graphic sex classes on contracting what used to be called a “social disease”–a misnomer if there ever was one–members of the female gender tend to bear the emotional and physical brunt, no pun intended, of today’s sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s).

Hooking up, simplified, is the modern practice of avoiding relationships and emotional entanglements by having sex. It also serves to relieve the stress of all those books to read and papers to write, and parties to attend, by coupling with someone. In some cases, it simply serves to pass the time and stave off boredom.

That someone could be a “friend with benefits,” a euphemism for a good buddy with whom you copulate as a favor, as a reward, or simply as a way of extending friendship to an ultimate extreme.

Or, it could be someone you just met at a keg party...
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Posted by: Berlet98 at December 29, 2008 12:31 AM