Little Green Men August 19, 2011Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: Green movement, Guardian newspaper, Ian Sample, space aliens
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The ‘Green’ movement must be running out of ideas as to how to promote their anti-capitalistic, anti-democratic, anti-anything that is good in this world ideology. Ian Sample, a science correspondent with the Guardian newspaper, just put out this piece of speculative tripe. Mr. Sample should switch genres. Start writing science fiction or better yet…comedy.
Fair Game August 17, 2011Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: corn dogs
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Note to presidential candidates: Pass on the corn dog…
Ja, mein Kommandant August 16, 2011Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: Ed Schultz, knuckldraggers, liars, Liberal, Sgt. Schultz
Ok, it’s been a far piece since my last political post and I have to admit I have been holding back cuz even I think I get too negative at times— but this is just too good not to hit on.
Ed Shultz, thankfully no relation to Sgt. Shultz, got all wound up during a recent MSNBC broadcast and accused presidential candidate Rick Perry of racism. Only problem, Perry didn’t say what Schultz said he said.
In the sad, deranged world that Schultz and all Liberals live in they so desperately want to hear anything that reinforces their narrative that they will go about creating it anyway they can. If it wasn’t so dangerous for the continuation of a free, capitalistic democracy, these actions would just be sad. But Liberals are losers. They cannot compete. They cannot win without cheating and cannot achieve without large dollops of assistance from those of us who can. They simply are the bottom of the evolutionary food chain.
The best thing we can do for mankind is not allow these knuckledraggers to breed. In a generation or two we’ll have restored humankind to a far better gene pool.
The character Sergeant Shultz from the hit 70’s TV series Hogan’s Heroes was played by actor John Banner.
Banner, an Austrian born Jew, fled Europe in 1938. He quickly learned English and headed for Hollywood where he ironically began playing Nazi soldiers. He has credits in over 40 feature films and over 70 appearances in TV sitcoms from the 50’s to the 70’s. Sadly Banner died just two years after retirement, on his birthday, in 1973. He is buried in Vienna.