Monday, July 26, 2010

Maybe you didn't think this through.

An innerwebs user posted this picture of a bumper sticker he found at his parent's home:

Ok - besides the obvious scariness involving veiled threats of violence, let's delve into this just a little more.

Legion. For teabaggers, it's pretty weird they would refer to a demon from the Bible this way. Legion was a possessed man that Jesus came across. This guy spent his days roaming a cemetery near Gerasenes, scaring the living crap out of people. Then big JC shows up, Legion freaks out from being in his presence and asks for mercy. Jesus then casts the demons into a herd of pigs, who proceed to do their best lemming impersonation, swan diving off the cliff into the water below.

Note is does NOT say "We are a legion". The lack of the first letter of the alphabet and the lower case "l" means they are not referring to their group as some 4500 strong Roman army. The only other explanation is that they lack the ability to properly proofread. But I still believe they made that statement with the direct intent of placing the name "Legion" upon themselves.

Here's my question: why would a bunch of people that like to boast of their Christian values and their desire to return this country to an earlier way of life compare themselves with a demon possessed man? Discuss.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Beating the heat...

So the whole train wreck that was the self promoting, self serving crap called the 2010 NBA free agency is almost over. It's pretty evident the interviews and presentations made by NBA teams to that hack Lebron were all for show. One would have to be a newborn to not see the weeks of vying for the "talents" of Lebron, Duane and Bosh were simply some pseudo-sexual game played by those three.

Now, supposedly the Heat is the team to defeat (even though it should be fun to watch Wade and James fight to see who will be the star and who will be the supporting player, ala Jordan & Pippen).

I thought I would offer a few potential free agents the Bulls, Cavs, Knicks and other teams could sign to assist in keeping the new Heat in check. Click the name to see the potential basketball talent each option could bring to their new club:

Tony Tanti
John Scott
Nolan Ryan
Dan Carcillo
Vince Young
Nigel De Jong
Mike Tyson
Chun Li
this one cat

Or they could trade for:
Ron Artest

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

YouTube-sday™: Sears goes retro

So to promote there new premium DieHard batteries, Sears hit up a 80's one hit wonder:

Awwwww yeah! Gotta like that Numan was up for something like that. Maybe he just needed the cash. But seeing that made me long for the video. Enjoy:

And in searching for that, I found this: