Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Tuesday Tidbits

Assemblyman Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, [said that though they] may be small in number, "they're loud, they're obnoxious, they're disgusting and they should get out of San Francisco."

What were they? A NAMBLA support march? No. A Nazi demonstration? No.

The obnoxious group was 25,000 Christian youth who rallied to counter a popular culture that the rally organizers say "glamorizes violence and sex." Religious speakers spoke. Christian rock bands rocked. Sadly for the San Francisco cultural eliute, there was no sex, no violence, no foul language, no anti-Bush or military messages and no destruction of private property.

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Politics always comes full circle. Today, liberals attack and conservatives protect our free speech. In the 1950's, it was often the other way around. Today, conservatives are accused of violating our civil liberties. But who is the driving force behind taxation abuses? The left, with its never ending desire to tax and spend. So what happens when the left actually convinces people to use less gas? A drop in gas tax revenues. Ask Oregon.

Never underestimate the desire of the government to get at your money. And any "secondary" privacy interest be damned. What is Oregon's solution? Mileage counting monitors on your car. Is GPS far behind? Of course not. Sounds too Bush-Reich like to me.

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Did you predict all four Final Four teams in your NCAA pool? Then you are as stupid as this man who did also.

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If you're in a situation where you cannot get out of sex, offer a blow job. I'm not embarrassed to tell them."

But you should be.

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Today's tip from Uncle KJ:

Do not expect good things to happen after you use your girlfriend's phone to take a picture of a stripper.

Finally, the new hot documentary, Super Gag Me.

2 Comments:

At 4:18 AM, Blogger camojack said...

I was only marginally mindful of the NCAA tournament...because I live 4 miles from Villanova.

They lost; now I can go back to ignoring it...

 
At 5:52 PM, Blogger tee bee said...

Ack - you beat me to the Stone piece. Pun not intended. And no, I don't know what you mean.

 

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