30 Apr 2008

Burning Bush

William Hall "Billy" Bush (born October 13, 1971) is the co-host of the syndicated NBC Universal TV show Access Hollywood. He is a first cousin of George W. Bush
Billy Crystal called him "the most annoying man in show business."[1]


The U.S.A. has devolved so rapidly under the Bush family that it is like a planned demolition. To review the past 30 years is like reading 1984 or a Brave New World... on LSD while walking through a haunted house.

To recap, the head of the CIA was made Vice President in 1980 by running with an actor that had Alzheimer's. Then his son stole two consecutive elections and started a false war.

And his first cousin became a Hollywood terrorist... which somehow adds legitimacy to this bloodline of destruction.

24 Apr 2008

fog of wars

drug (plural drugs)

  1. (pharmacology) Substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose.
  2. (pharmacology) A substance, often addictive, which affects the central nervous system.
  3. A chemical or substance, not necessarily for medical purposes, that alters the way the mind or body works.
  4. A drug, especially illegal, taken for recreational use.

war (plural wars)

  1. A conflict involving the organized use of arms and physical force between countries or other large-scale armed groups. The warring parties hold territory, which they can win or lose; and each has a leading person or organization which can surrender, or collapse, thus ending the war.
  2. (rhetorical) A campaign against something. E.g., the war on drugs is a campaign against the use of narcotic drugs; the war on terror is a campaign against terrorist crime.

The War on Drugs is a myth of global implications and personal terror.

For the entire history of the Western world the trade and exchange of goods has been integral to all the politics of nations. At times slavery and raw natural resources have been the most desired and lucrative trade items.

Now it is drugs, and it has been since the first World War.

Without a doubt the common men and women who live off of their labors with the earth are most persecuted. People are being killed because they are capable of cultivating plants and flowers.

Militaries and judicial systems are subjugating civilians in order to protect the prerogatives of Pharmaceutical corporations.

These same corporations are genetically manipulating the natural plants to monopolize their growth and distribution.

this war has only one victor... the spreadsheets of fiscal analysts.

8 Apr 2008

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Nazi Flamethrower

someone needs to light a phat corn cob doober off the olympic torch and start an eternal hack in Golden Gate Park.

7 Apr 2008

Some parts of our Nation were forged before Revolution



1. leaks like a sieve
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phrase commonly used to say that something is leaking profusely when it is not supposed to leak at all. A sieve is a wire mesh or perforated metal utensil used for straining or sifting. Therefore anything that is leaking like a sieve is not holding water at all.

I have tons of water damage from the rain. My roof leaks like a sieve.

by Joe Sausage Baton Rouge Jul 1, 2005 email it

Legal Shit Stem

I have no faith in our legal process. But i can positively state from personal experience that judges like to fuck people with witnesses present.

Long Live John Africa!




6 Apr 2008


roforofo fight

n. a political battle in which no participant is unsullied; a mud-slinging contest. Subjects: ,
Etymological Note: This was popularized by, if not originated by, the 1972 song Roforofo Fight by Nigerian musician Fela Anikulapo Kuti. The first part of the term is apparently the reduplicated Yoruba word rofo ‘mud.’

Black President is a 1981 album by Fela Kuti released on the Capitol Records label.

Fela Anikulapo Kuti (born Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti, October 15, 1938 - August 2, 1997), or simply Fela, was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist musician and composer, pioneer of Afrobeat music, human rights activist, and political maverick.

He was ranked at number 46 in a list of the top 100 most influential musicians compiled by HMV. [1]

Track listing

Disc One

  1. "Lady" - 13:49
  2. "Shakara" - 13:26
  3. "Gentleman" (Edit Version) - 11:02
  4. "Water no get Enemy" (Edit Version) - 9:50
  5. "Zombie" - 12:25
  6. "Sorrow Tears & Blood" - 10:15
  7. "No Agreement (Part 2)" - 7:54

Disc Two

  1. "Roforofo Fight" - 15:41
  2. "Shuffering and Shmiling (Part 2)" - 12:25
  3. "Coffin for Head of State (Part 2)" - 13:22
  4. "ITT (Part 2)" - 13:42
  5. "Army Arrangement (Part 2)" - 17:02
  6. "ODOO" (Edit Version) - 6:54

100 days' indulgence, 1948, Rome.

Ten Rules
for a Happy and Successful Wife

1- Avoid arguments. Your husband has his share from other sources.

2- Don't nag.

3- Don't drink or eat to excess.

4- If you offend your husband, always ask forgiveness before you retire.

5- Compliment your husband liberally. It makes him a better husband.

6- Budget wisely together. Live within your income.

7- Be sociable and go out with your husband.

8- Dress neatly and attractively for your husband, and keep your home clean and cheerful.

9- Keep your household troubles to yourself.

10- Pray together and stay together

T.J.P. 69
no. 1072 MADE IN ITALY

Nihil Obstat:
John H. Ramsey
Censor Librorum


"A Wife's Daily Prayer"



I have to go see my doctor tomorrow for an adjustment of medications. He is a really nice guy and i like him on a personal level. Part of me is convinced that the Quest Diagnostics blood test that he wants me to get is for the benefit only of Quest Diagnostics... since Dr. McGill has never asked me to get one before.

Part of me wants all pills to be regarded as generally hostile to life on earth.

The fucking germans probably invented them, maybe i should go to Wikipedia so i can justify that thought... or learn i am full of shit.

Babylonian Mythos

The origins of Babylonian mythology are extremely ancient. Because of this, misconceptions, duality among the gods and goddesses, and similarities between their deities and those of other pantheons exist. In formulating this list for your use, we have consulted many sources, and some of these conflict with each other. This version is designed to be close to historically accurate and still playable in AD&D terms.

(NOTE: If you wish to look hard enough, we are sure that you will find many points of disagreement with certain historical sources. This is unavoidable, when so many sources conflict.)

The high priest of this religion is often the king of the country and must be a combination magic-user/cleric of great power. All clerical types must remain aloof from the normal populace in temples or shrines and work to further the state politically as well as spiritually.
Through Anu and the priest-king, all money collected by the shrines and temples is dealt out. The ruler also distributes all political power through appointments. The new moon is looked on as a time of great ceremony, and also a time for the people to pay money to the temples as a sort of tithe to appease the gods. Kings are expected to go forth occassionally on quests with other clerics of differing levels and bring back riches (usually through conquest) to further the sect.

Punishment for failing in duties is always severe for the cleric. The breaking of minor laws requires fasting, prayers, meditation and sacrifices of animals and goods the cleric owns until the deity makes it known through the higher-level clerics that everything is forgiven. Sacrifices are commonly made in gold or precious jewels. Major clerical transgressions include helping the enemies of the sect, communicationg with intelligent creatures or demi-humans ( all of whom are considered "demons") other than humans, and dealing with humans of the opposite alignment. These crimes are all dealt with in the same manner, by complete denial of spells at all levels and excommunication from the sect, unless the erring one will take up a quest which will greatly aid the sect (either in terms of monetary riches or loss of power to other cults).

The traditional attire of all Babylonian clerics is a wraparound kilt of white with red cuneiform writing along the hem. They have been known to enter battle, but always in the rear of the action as support. Advancement within a sect is through the payment of gold to the high-priest's court. Note that this is not the same as level advancement. Increase in ability does not guarantee increase in temporal power. Priests of a successful nature were known to be given great (and highly dangerous) quests to prove their worthiness to stand by the King.

Deities & Demigods, alternately known as Legends & Lore, is a reference book for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game (D&D). The book provides descriptions and game statistics of gods and legendary creatures from various sources in mythology and fiction. The book allows dungeon masters to incorporate aspects of religions and myth into their D&D campaigns.

For the first 1980 printing, TSR obtained permission from Michael Moorcock for inclusion of Melnibonean material (from his Elric series of books). The Cthulhu Mythos was believed to be in the public domain, so TSR assumed they could legally use it without any special permission. However, Arkham House, who held the copyright on most Cthulhu books had already licensed the Cthulhu property to the game company Chaosium. Furthermore, Chaosium had also licensed the Melnibonéan copyright from Moorcock. When Chaosium threatened legal action, the first printing was halted and the two companies agreed on a compromise: TSR could continue to use the material but must provide a credit to Chaosium to do so. TSR added the credit for the second printing of the book.

For the sixth printing in 1985, the name was changed to Legends & Lore to avoid potential conflicts with fundamentalist Christian groups such as Patricia Pulling's BADD. Despite the name change and new cover artwork (by Jeff Easley), the interior material was nearly identical to the fifth printing.

Deities & Demigods was one of many items named in a 1992 lawsuit between TSR and Game Designers' Workshop regarding the Dangerous Journeys role-playing game and various rulebooks/sourcebooks designed for that game. Once section of this lawsuit argued that "The Plane of Shadow in MYTHUS (pages 190 and 402) and MYTHUS MAGICK (pages 21-22, ...) is derived from the Plane of Shadow in the AD&D DEITIES & DEMIGODS book (Appendix 1, page 129); ..."[2]

Anu (god of the sky) "Chief of all the Babylonian Deities"

This god appears as a man. A strong breeze constantly blows in the direction of his gaze. Beings casting things at this god must make a saving throw against disintegration at -4 to resist his commands. He can summon any dragon type (except for the king and queen and any other types of dragon royalty) to fight for him once a week, per dragon type.

He uses a brass mace in battle that strikes for 2-20 points of damage plus his bonus of 7 points.

Anu is said to have created the heavens and the earth. All of the other Babylonian gods bow to his authority.

by James M. Ward with Robert J. Kuntz
1980 TSR Games
page 22

Outsourced Independance

Harry Shearer goes to Eleven

"You yellow-bellied rat bastard... your muthas been fuckin the niggers for years, and now ya gotta go make a jerk out of yourself. Come here, and i'll cut open your belly and show you what your made of, you son of a bitch."


(real-life inspiration of Bart Simpson's crank calls to Moe)

Assassins have Guild Leaders (like G.H.W. Bush)

Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser are two seminal sword-and-sorcery heroes created by, and loosely modelled upon, Fritz Leiber (19101992) and his friend Harry Otto Fischer (1910-1986). They are the protagonists of what are probably Leiber's best-known stories.

One of Leiber's original motives was to have a couple of fantasy heroes closer to true human stature than the likes of Howard's Conan the Barbarian or Burroughs's Tarzan. Fafhrd is a tall (seven feet) northern barbarian; Mouser is a small, mercurial thief, once known as Mouse and a former wizard's apprentice. Both are rogues, existing with a decadent world where to be so is a requirement of survival. They spend a lot of time drinking, feasting, wenching, brawling, stealing, and gambling, and are seldom fussy about to whom they hire their swords. But they are humane and — most of all — relish true adventure.

The tales are for the most part set in the mythical world of Nehwon (although one story takes place on Earth), many of them in and around its greatest city, Lankhmar. It is described as "a world like and unlike our own". Theorists in Nehwon believe that it may be shaped like a bubble, floating in the waters of eternity.
The series includes many outlandish characters. The two who most influence—and, some would say, cause the most trouble for—Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser are their sorcerous advisors, Ningauble of the Seven Eyes and Sheelba of the Eyeless Face. These two lead the two heroes into some of their most interesting and dangerous adventures.

The first story appeared in Unknown in 1939 and the last in The Knight and Knave of Swords in 1988. Leiber wrote all the stories except for 10,000 words of The Lords of Quarmall that were penned by Harry Otto Fischer in 1964. The stories' style and tone vary considerably, but nearly all contain an often dark sense of humour, which ranges from the subtle and character-based to the Pythonesque. The earlier tales owe as much to Clark Ashton Smith as to Robert E. Howard.[citation needed]

Sheelba of the Eyeless Face is one of two wizards in Fritz Leiber's Lankhmar tales of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. The patron warlock of the Gray Mouser, Sheelba is so named due to her perfectly dark hooded face. Along with Fafhrd's patron warlock, Ningauble of the Seven Eyes, Sheelba often sends her hapless minion on ludicrous missions such as to recover the mask of Death or to steal the very stars from the top of the highest mountain.
Sheelba's house is a small hut which strides about the swamps not far from Lankhmar on four posts which bend and scuttle not unlike the legs of a great crab or spider..

AOL can lick my balls


Blog: a place you can fight yourself and others

I want to meet Stephen Colbert and hang out with him a bit, then get interviewed for his show...

mainly because he speaks high elvish

Bloc Party

INRI is an acronym of the Latin phrase IESVS·NAZARENVS·REX·IVDÆORVM, which translates to English as: "Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews". It appears in the New Testament of the Christian Bible in the Gospel of John (19:19).

Philly Pretzel Project

B.Ski Rocks! should get his own channel on Sirius imo

or at least Funk Force Collective.


is what Roman Catholics are taught was inscribed above the dead head of Jesus of Nazareth.

Which logically implies that the original teachers and witnesses of Roman Catholicism killed by hieroglyphics.

So those that bore witness to that sign, I.N.R.I. were left behind where in one reality there existed a corpse.

Viva Jawnzap7

Beautiful Babylon Babies Unite !!!

This Blog existed after Bush II "the lesser" stole 2 elections, before Google ate Blogger,

This Blog existed after Bush II "the lesser" stole 2 elections, before Google ate Blogger,
Love Trumps hate.

Hits of the Month

Poetic HyperLinks Defeating the Impossibilities of Peace

Also sprach Zarathustra to the brothasistahs lost out in the woods…
Rolling stones and hurricanes prime us for the rapid eye movement of whose dream?
A stairway to the dark side of the moon reveals an orchestrated King
singing the blues while sexual pistols whip Jesus’ son.
Who’s influence weens us?
Me and my friends gratefully raged against the machine for three days
in the shadow of the valley of the dead
so big brother and company held us down while the wind cried
nothing to be gained here (except copied rights),
Then a questing tribe of beastly boys found a digable plant
where a buffalo soldier picked up a Gideon’s bible from the Godfather
in joe’s garage (or was it in one of 200 motels?)
Anyway, on a Holiday, the pinball wizard boy (Billie)
followed his heart and stopped pretending he was the king of the little plastic castles
while education, missed in the house of the naked apes, evolved and mutated
into and with ~ Nature Art Love Truth ~ and we do too…
And somewhere over the rainbow dancing fools send clowns and purple rain
into imagine nations where everything is now sacred
and there are no more public enemies or rusted Roots or minor threats
or bad brains or busted rhymes or widespread panic
and everyone can read the hieroglyphics on the wall
and we are all refugees of courtney’s love attaining nirvana….
But then again, you’re so vain, you probly think this poem’s about you-
we are everywhere and we cannot be beaten
it’s all over now baby blue, all we need is Love
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