Month: March 2011

  • Stop Killing Elephants

    Bob Parsons – elephant murderer PETA has discovered that recently on a trip to Zimbabwe GoDaddy.com CEO Bob Parsons killed an elephant. This was done for pure sport! What an arrogant and despicable man. Elephants are a threatened species. His excuse that this was done to protect the villagers is absurd. Hey Bob instead of […]

  • Big Brother Barack

    Remember during the 2010 campaign how Obama promised his administration would have a level of transparency unseen before? Obama’s pledge of transparency was a joke! Is there anything Obama *doesn’t* lie about? He’s lied about unemployment figures, lied about the stimulus (and where all the money went), lied about health care, lied about Libya, lied […]

  • Noriko's Dinner Table (2005) – review

    This film is supposed to complement the previous controversial film “Suicide Club” (2001). It revolves around a middle class Japanese family living in a pastoral coastal village. The father, Tetsuzô (Tetsu), is an editor-in-chief workaholic at a local newspaper. Mother, Taeko, is a dutiful housewife who enjoys painting. Elder daughter Noriko is in her senior […]

  • Decline of the West

    In Japan you still have a fairly intact family unit, schools are much stricter than in the West, children are taught to follow the law and be good citizens. Hedonistic parents in the West raise their spoiled brats to be narcissistic self-absorbed twats who just look to satiate their base carnal desires; if anyone gets […]

  • Rap

    I loathe rap music. It is extremely misogynistic, promotes criminality and crass consumerism. Further it degrades the beauty of the English language. The bass, or beats, is based on pagan tribal drum beats which were used in calls to war and in various pagan ceremonies. Musically it is extremely simplistic and lyrically devoid of merit […]

  • Who Dares Wins / The Final Option (1982) – review

    This movie was a very enjoyable thriller. Pro peace terrorists (oxymoronic) capture a bunch of American and British dignitaries and hold them hostage unless their demands are met. Very strong acting by Lewis Collins, Edward Woodward and Richard Widmark. Tension is built up nicely and the action is kept realistic yet still thrilling. This movie […]

  • Untapped Energy in America

    We do not leverage our abundant energy resources. America has the LARGEST proven reserves of BOTH natural gas AND coal in the entire world! We could have dirt cheap electricity and natural gas for heating our homes and cooking, but the stupid envirowackos and liberal loons, a liberal Senate and Obama won’t let us do […]

  • Obama fiddles while the world burns!

    The Middle East is in utter chaos, gasoline is over $4/gallon, unemployment rate still at 9% (true rate closer to 20%), US is $14 trillion in debt, Japan faces an overwhelming humanitarian crisis following the record earthquake and resulting tsunami, and now with 4 of the 6 nuclear reactors at Japan’s Fukushima site in various […]

  • Hombre (1967) – review

    Hombre – a solid western starring Paul Newman. He plays John Russell, a white man raised by the Apache since childhood on a reservation. The plot is fairly simple, Russell escorts a group of people on a coach wagon to another town and in the process they are held up by bandits. This film does […]