Wednesday, October 11, 2006

While Lil' Kim distracted you, Iowahawk went nuclear

In the back yard of scientific researchings behind the Great Storage Shed of the People, Iowahawk scientists successfully conducted above-ground nuclear missile test explosions under secure and many malt liquor conditions on early hours of October 10, 2006, at a stirring time when alarm clocks of the neighborhood have yet to clangle. To the impotent yappings of the neighboring gangster devils, Iowahawk responds: howl away, bourgeois traitors of Lakewood Mobile Home Court! Your pitious lamentations and cowardly 911-callings will never stop Iowahawk from the great leap forward into great and powerful prosperity, using his mighty quiver of nuclear-tipped cherry bombs and fully-fissionable bottle rockets for peaceful unity purposes!

Comments:
Iowahawk? They need to promote that guy to "Kernel" and send him to the 5 Party Talks to eradicate "The Glow Worm".
 
DON"T YOU KNOW WHO I AM?
 
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I wonder if he'll appreciate your promotion to Kernel Iowahawk?
 
Lil Kim? Did somebody say Lil Kim?
 
Nicole,

I think we are dealing with a different Lil' Kim here.
 
RW: So what was Alec's problem? Did he have a Whopper waiting for pick up or something. What is it with the Baldwin brothers? They're all so puffy.

Alec I abhor, Stephen I adore, even in his wild a offbeat days. That smile....OMG.

Hi Nicole, I've actually heard of your Lil Kim. I think it was at your place though, so I'm still a blank on most celebrities.

G'Nite guys.
 
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I don't know what he was after. The picture doesn't say and I couldn't find a story to accompany it.

Goodnight!
 
RW,

Clearly Baldwin had to "do" a meeting. Probably with his bottle, which would explain his puffiness.

He probably has too much bile in his system also which I bet is a big puff producer.

He was handsome for about 15 minutes a long time ago. I'm thinking "Married to the Mob".
 
He's also normally pretty funny on SNL, but he's such a pompous bastard it's hard to appreciate anything he does.
 
RW,

Did you ever hear that ridiculous interview he had with Hannity about him being a nobody from Long Island?

That clinched it for me. Hypocritical horses ass.
 
Buy Danish,

I think that probably plays as background on Hannity's website.

You know I have a theory about these celebrities lashing out like that. I think they see all the BS about conservatives being racist, bigot, homophobes and they are too dumb to realize it isn't true. Then they go after some conservative figuring it will only make them look good to their audience, because they don't realize we are a large part of that audience.

When their following dwindles in spite of them claiming they are in the majority you would think they would catch on, but I guess the "too dumb" thing kicks in again.
 
RW,

I agree but I don't know if they say what they say to impress their audience. I think they have been told how great they are for so long that they honestly believe that they are geniuses and better than everybody else. I think they look at everyone who is not a celebrity as a peon, the same way a snob like John Kerry would look at a servant as being sub-human but at the same time convince themselves that they care about the little people.
 
Buy Danish,

Our two ideas probably sum them up pretty well. Babs and Alec would fall under your description, the Dixie Chicks under mine.
 
RW,

Yeah - the Dixie Chicks aren't full of themselves in a snobby way - they're just blooming idiots who are trying to appeal to the "hippest" members of their audience.

In their case they really don't know who their audience is, although I think I heard that "country music" purists dumped on them when they went more mainstream, so they may be coming from a big F/U POV anyway. Which is fine, but it's not Bush's fault!
 
Isn't everything Bush's fault? The damn Dixie Chicks had some great music before they went nuts too. The least they could have done is keep the music the same and bitch in their spare time.
 
Gee, and I was so proud of myself for having HEARD of Lil Kim. I never liked Alec Baldwin. I enjoyed him in "The Bear". He died in the end and played opposite Anthony Hopkins.

It would be interesting to see you guys list those actors/actresses with staying power. The ones who have truly honed their craft. How outspoken are they when it comes to politics? Jack Nicholson, Robert Duvall & Anthony Hopkins come to mind. Are they political? It could be generational though.

Sean Penn is dumb as a rock, but an exceptional actor. Maybe he'll get smarter as he gets older. Streisand WAS a talented actress, but she is riddled with emotional problems.

Now I'm distracted.

BTW RW, what exactly is a moderate Republican, and why do you want them thrown out of the party? ;-)
 
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