Currently generating a new wish list, since all my wishes were granted over the Holidays.

Friday, November 18, 2005

Trunity, a Mediar company, a division of True Mediar, a Unity Corpbopoly

If you are reading this blog, you probably know that I am a huge South Park Fan. This weeks episode was one of my favorite episodes, actually almost every new episode becomes my favorite.

This week's episode was titled, "The Golden Child", it amounted to a pretty good ripping of Scientology and Tom Cruise, along with R. Kelly.

Two days after the episode ripping one of Paramount's biggest stars, Paramount signed Matt Stone and Trey Parker to a 3 year production deal. The name of the company, you guessed it look at the title of this post,Trunity, a Mediar company, a division of True Mediar, a Unity Corpbopoly, here's hoping that the new deal will allow Matt and Trey to make another South Park Full Length Feature Film, as the first one was probably one of the greatest movie musicals of our time.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

The George and Dick Show, Behind the Leak

The Ascendancy to the Crown (a condensed version of events)

It was March of 1999, when a man named George started his fateful journey to the throne of this great country. It wouldn't be until July of the following year that he would ask Dick to be his companion for the foreseeable future. Dick had been tapped by George in the spring with finding the right companion for George. But George was a fickle man, he couldn't take criticism from anyone otherwise he would get really really angry.

This is how George and Dick were united, and if you are reading this blog you know the rest of the story, and with the recent rising unpopularity of these two figures, we here at Out of Context, have decided to take you on a journey,"Behind the Leak".

A Long Way Down

Currently, only about 1/3 of the country approves of George. This makes George angry.

It's not much better for Dick, only 30% of Americans approve of him. As you can guess this makes Dick angry.

Taking a Leak
Where did it all go wrong? It was rumored that George was drinking again, and cavorting with the Prince of Oil. This infuriated Dick so much, that he decided to pursue Jenna or was it Barbara, or both.

Either way that made George angry again, see image above, so George decided to lay Dick out to rot by having Patrick investigate him for public urination or "leaking". As most of us were taught when we were younger, you should always keep your leaks private. Anyways Patrick couldn't get to Dick because Dick's good friend Scooter took one for the team and stepped right into the line of fire.

This made Dick angry, see image above, so he decided to try to throw Karl to Patrick, but this has yet to yield any results as Karl doesn't seem to ever take a leak.

The most recent development concerns Bob who is writing a book about all this and he just told Patrick that it was Stephen not Scooter who let the cat out of the bag first. Are you following me. So if Stephen is in trouble, then Condi might be in trouble, and maybe Karl is in trouble so does that mean that George is in trouble. All we know right now is that Scooter is definitely in trouble, but who else will be touched by the leak, all I know is it all smells really bad, I say look for the person who ate the asparagus!

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Awaiting your resignation, Mr. Stevens!

Anyone remember this little tirade by the "honorable" Ted Stevens from Alaska:

"I will put the Senate on notice -- and I don't kid people -- if the Senate decides to discriminate against our state and take money only from our state, I will resign from this body,"

He was railing against a proposed cut of the "Highway to Nowhere".

Well it looks like the project has been cut, I guess the house realized either: they didn't need Mr. Stevens anymore, Mr. Stevens is full of SHIT, there were real roads in need of repair that service more than 50 people, or all of the above.

I am awaiting your resignation Mr. Stevens, and I can't wait to taste your sweet tears of defeat soon.

Monday, November 14, 2005

Will anyone please ask the question?

I watched Ken Mehlman on the Meet the Press this past weekend. Without restraint he spewed out countless misstatements, to my surprise some of them were even challenged by Russert.

The one glaring statement that I wish Russert would follow up on is the Administration talking point that Bush acted on:
"was roughly the same intelligence that the Clinton administration saw."

I was waiting for Russert to ask the question,"Based on this intelligence, why did the Clinton administration decide not to invade?"

Mehlman's response would probably be to the effect that,"9/11 changed the way we viewed the world," or something to that effect.

But Russert, if he was a good journalist, would follow up on the fact that Sadaam had no part in 9/11.

I was staring at my TV waiting for the question to be asked, it wasn't of course, and pretty soon I think people will begin to believe that the Clinton Administration decided to invade Iraq. Talk about rewriting history, but I wouldn't put this past the Bush administration to think of some way to place more of the blame on the Clintons.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Just a funny clip

can't expect much more from Fox News!

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Maybe Alito is no "Scalito"

Checking out the diaries over at and found this gem, the diarist references a christian science monitor article on Judge Alito's abortion rulings,

The interesting part:

# A 1991 challenge to a Pennsylvania law requiring married women to notify their husbands before seeking an abortion. The court struck down the restriction. Alito dissented.

# A 1995 challenge to a Pennsylvania law that required women seeking to use Medicaid funds to abort a pregnancy resulting from rape or incest to report the incident to law enforcement officials and identify the offender. Alito provided the decisive vote striking down the abortion restriction.

# A 1997 challenge to a New Jersey law that prevents parents from suing for damages on behalf of the wrongful death of a fetus. Alito ruled that the Constitution does not afford protection to the unborn.

# A 2000 challenge to New Jersey's ban on so-called partial-birth abortions. Alito struck down the law based on a recent Supreme Court decision.

Maybe Justice Alito is an actual judge and just rules on the law, if so I don't mind him even he is a conservative. The Republicans did earn the conservative nominee, and as long as he is not an idealist, I am fine with him.

I have an idea!

Hey Walmart, instead of wasting your money on a big Public Relations blitz that will not fix any of the labor-related problems of your company, Why not use the money on, IMPROVING YOUR LABOR CONDITIONS!!!!

Likelihood of Wal-mart doing this.... I'd say about .00001%