Whacking Permalink Archive
16 March 2005
Insane "futurist" and serial media commentator Richard Neville is back, though his scribblings have deteriorated so badly you can't even tell what he's raving about anymore.
What interests me more are the "truthful" websites that he links to, the ones not polluted by Neocons, Zionists and other boogeymen. Among these paragons of virtue are:
- Anti-semite and conspiracy creep Justin Raimondo.
- Global Research, which claims that 9/11 was caused by sinister wall street traders.
course, people like Richard are independent thinkers who can
see through all the Zionazi/Neocon/Halliburton propaganda. People who
vote for Dubya and John Howards are, on the other hand, completely
The Corpulent Tax-sucking Leech writes his 4,926,522nd column about what irrational religious freaks certain world leaders are:
then, that Adams still believes in plastic
turkey urban legends.
It's the Green Left Weekly of course, The Leafy Obergruppenführers are still squealing about the nasty American "propaganda" against their beloved Fidel:
Really? I wonder what Daniel Orlando Gómez would think of this.
Not surprisingly, the author of this pro-totalitarian drool is this asshole.
Anderson can be reached here.
Be sure to write to him and pay your respects.
hi to the Neowarmonger.
Are you a Bob Brown voter who's depressed about the election results? Can't understand why your fellow human beings don't love trees as much as you do? Well now you can teach the bastards a lesson by destroying the earth.
Finally, a useful how-to guide for the common man!
to Carol for the link)
Saw a documentary on this interesting lady the other night. She was an interesting set of contrasts: a vain starlet desperate for attention, who nonetheless by all accounts worked extremely hard on her acting and sought out credible roles. She had staggering physical beauty, yet often looked frozen and unappealing in photographs.
As an actress, she could sometimes be damned good, particularly as the emotionally unbalanced teenager in Elia Kazan's übersoap Splendour in the Grass.
beautiful, often talented woman who under different circumstances may
have developed into a genuinely great actress.
While watching Dawn of the Dead the other night, I enjoyed the opening credits tune sung by Johnny Cash, I believe titled "when the man comes around" or something like that.
I've never owned any Cash albums (I enjoy country music about as much as vomiting), but I've liked every song or snippet I've ever heard of his, so I guess it's about time I checked out his musical career in more detail.
anyone with 'Cash knowledge' recommend 3 CDs of his? I understand he did
some kind of covers album with Rick Rubin. Was this any good?
Is Karol Wojtyla aiming to become history's first Zombie Pope?
the guy looks like he's being animated by a bunch of cable-pulleys. The
corpse in Weekend at Bernies looked in better shape.
Your time is up, commie-scum!!
It appears Compulsory Student Unionism is going to be canned.
get a fucking job and learn to stop bludging off others, you unionist
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