Sheriff: Woman sat on toilet for 2 years….I ain’t sayin’ nothin’..

WICHITA, Kan. – Authorities are considering charges in the bizarre case of a woman who sat on her boyfriend’s toilet for two years — so long that her body was stuck to the seat by the time the boyfriend finally called police.

Ness County Sheriff Bryan Whipple said it appeared the 35-year-old Ness City woman’s skin had grown around the seat. She initially refused emergency medical services but was finally convinced by responders and her boyfriend that she needed to be checked out at a hospital.

“We pried the toilet seat off with a pry bar and the seat went with her to the hospital,” Whipple said. “The hospital removed it.”

“She was not glued. She was not tied. She was just physically stuck by her body,” Whipple said. “It is hard to imagine. … I still have a hard time imagining it myself.”

He told investigators he brought his girlfriend food and water, and asked her every day to come out of the bathroom.

“And her reply would be, `Maybe tomorrow,'” Whipple said. “According to him, she did not want to leave the bathroom.”

The boyfriend called police on Feb. 27 to report that “there was something wrong with his girlfriend,” Whipple said, adding that he never explained why it took him two years to call.


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Ummm, Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. Could this have something to do with…“Fact number one: We’ve got more black men in prison than there are in college”???


Two Suspects Charged in Slaying of UNC Student



Fox News

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Barack Obama’s Controversial Pastor Puts Church In Hot Water

CHICAGO —  Barack Obama’s controversial pastor and the church he’s served for 36 years may be in hot water over statements he has made from the pulpit in support of the Illinois senator’s run for the White House.

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. preaches that he follows the righteous path, but when it comes to the federal tax law, his Trinity United Church of Christ may have crossed the line. Wright praised Obama from the pulpit on Jan. 13 in what was billed as his final sermon at the Chicago church.

“There is a man here who can take this country in a new direction,” Wright said during his sermon, according to recordings obtained by FOX News.

It was not the first time Wright appeared to endorse Obama, who was baptized at Trinity United, has been an active member of the church for two decades and receives spiritual mentorship from Wright.

The title of Obama’s second book, “The Audacity of Hope,” was taken from a sermon by Wright.

During a Christmas sermon, Wright tried to compare Obama’s upbringing to Jesus at the hands of the Romans.

“Barack knows what it means living in a country and a culture that is controlled by rich white people,” Wright said. “Hillary would never know that.

“Hillary ain’t never been called a nigger. Hillary has never had a people defined as a non-person.”

In his Jan. 13 sermon, Wright said:

“Hillary is married to Bill, and Bill has been good to us. No he ain’t! Bill did us, just like he did Monica Lewinsky. He was riding dirty.”

FOX News purchased the video recordings of Wright’s sermons from the church.

“It’s pretty clear an indirect endorsement of Barack Obama — that’s not something you’re supposed to do according to the tax code,” said Andrew Walsh, a professor at Trinity College who specializes in religion in politics.

The tax code bans churches from participating in or intervening in a political campaign. Violations can result in the loss of a church’s tax exempt status.

The Obama campaign issued a statement in response to FOX News’ inquiries about Wright’s sermons.

“Senator Obama has said repeatedly that personal attacks such as this have no place in this campaign or our politics, whether they’re offered from a platform at a rally or the pulpit of a church,” said Bill Burton, a campaign spokesman.

“Senator Obama does not think of the pastor of his church in political terms. Like a member of his family, there are things he says with which Senator Obama deeply disagrees.”

Obama defended Wright’s longtime activism for blacks in America last week at a campaign event in Ohio.

“Jeremiah Wright … has said some things that are considered controversial because he’s considered that part of his social gospel,” Obama said.

The Internal Revenue Service wouldn’t comment on whether it is looking into potential tax violations at Trinity United. The church declined to make Wright available for an interview.

Congregant Dwight Hopkins, a professor of Theology at the University of Chicago, said there is no basis for the IRS to go after the church.

“From the church side they will say it’s theology,” said. “If it wasn’t a senator running for president and it wasn’t his church, then I think we could say all kinds of things.”

The IRS has written dozens of letters warning churches against political advocacy from the pulpit. Yet it has revoked a church’s tax-exempt status only twice in the last half-century.

Walsh said it’s not typical for the IRS to enforce the rules.

“There’s a tension here between the desires of the religious leaders to say important things in the public marketplace and the IRS rules, and so most of the time, the IRS does not enforce these rules,” Walsh said.

The public scrutiny of these sermons comes in the wake of last month’s revelation by the head of the United Church of Christ that the IRS is investigation a speech Obama gave at the denomination’s national conference last year in Connecticut.

In a certified letter, Marsha Ramirez, IRS director, EO Examinations, wrote:

“Our concerns are based on articles posted on several Web sites including the church’s which state the United States Presidential Candidate Senator Barack Obama addressed nearly 10,000 church members gathered at the United Church of Christ’s biennial General Synod at the Hartford Civic Center, on June 23, 2007. In addition, 40 Obama volunteers staffed campaign tables outside the center to promote his campaign.”

The church and the Obama campaign have denied that any inappropriate political advocacy occurred during this speech.

Wright’s sermons often address themes of white supremacy and black repression, and critics have called them racially divisive.

Some remarks attributed to Wright that have been posted on the Internet and cited in press accounts include:

“Fact number one: We’ve got more black men in prison than there are in college.

“Fact number two: Racism is how this country was founded and how this country is still run.

“We are deeply involved in the importing of drugs, the exporting of guns and the training of professional killers. … We believe in white supremacy and black inferiority and believe it more than we believe in God. … We conducted radiation experiments on our own people. … We care nothing about human life if the ends justify the means.

“And … And … And! God! Has got! To be sick! Of this shit!”

Click here to hear an audio clip of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr.

WARNING: Contains offensive language.

Once Wright’s remarks were widely publicized last year, Obama backed out of his plans for his pastor to speak at his Feb. 10 presidential announcement.

Obama met Wright after college while working with local churches in Chicago to tackle problems of drug abuse and unemployment in inner-city neighborhoods. Wright preached an Afrocentric theology that interpreted the Bible through shared suffering of African Americans.

For Obama, this experience was a spiritual turning point. He has written that he had been exposed to various faiths during his life but never formally adopted one until after meeting Wright.

Fox News

God, Rev. You make Michelle so proud. Ummm, did anyone think this thing would go, any other way? When they say Presidential RACE…They mean it.

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Russia Slams US Report As Biased

Hey, ummm Russia..bite my ass, huh?


Eliot Spitzer Resigns in Disgrace


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DOT Creates New Lane For Reckless Drivers


WASHINGTON—Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters unveiled a new $270 billion federal project Monday to build special lanes for dangerous and careless drivers on most major U.S. highways.

“These new lanes are for the millions of drivers who can’t be bothered with speed limits, turn signal use, or not careening madly out into oncoming traffic,” Peters said during the opening ceremony for the first reckless-driving route, a steeply banked, guardrail-lined on-ramp to I-395 outside Arlington, VA. “Whether hell-bent on putting themselves and everyone around them in danger or just drunk off their gourds and out for a simple joyride, America’s reckless will no longer be forced to putter along with careful, conscientious, considerate citizens.”

Peters then cut the ribbon on the inaugural lane by speeding through it in a rusted-out 1984 Chevy Cavalier, steering with her knees as her left hand held a cup of hot coffee aloft and her right hand slapped her 4-year-old daughter sitting in the back seat.

Onion News

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Why Was Escape from Gilligan’s Island Impossible?

Simple, they were stoned!


Mary Jane Ann doesn’t look too bad for 69… even in a mug shot.

Hope I can still party like that when I’m that age. LOL!

What Arab Civilization?

This was emailed to me a few days ago (John, was that you?) and I presume that I’m meant to do something with it. So I’m posting it here. It’s a letter sent to the CEO of Hewlett Packard in response to a speech she gave on September 26, 2001. I did not read her speech, but from reading the response, she apparently had glowing things to say about Islam and Arab Civilization. The letter is a very good, and very well documented, rebuttal entitled What Arab Civilization?

The heart of the letter is this:

You state, “when other nations were afraid of ideas, this civilization thrived on them, and kept them alive. When censors threatened to wipe out knowledge from past civilizations, this civilization kept the knowledge alive, and passed it on to others.” This is a very important issue you raise, and it goes to the heart of the matter of what Arab/Islamic civilization represents. I reviewed a book titled How Greek Science Passed to the Arabs, in which the author lists the significant translators and interpreters of Greek science. Of the 22 scholars listed, 20 were Assyrians, 1 was Persian and 1 an Arab. I state at the end of my review: “The salient conclusion which can be drawn from O’Leary’s book is that Assyrians played a significant role in the shaping of the Islamic world via the Greek corpus of knowledge. If this is so, one must then ask the question, what happened to the Christian communities which made them lose this great intellectual enterprise which they had established. One can ask this same question of the Arabs. Sadly, O’Leary’s book does not answer this question, and we must look elsewhere for the answer.” I did not answer this question I posed in the review because it was not the place to answer it, but the answer is very clear, the Christian Assyrian community was drained of its population through forced conversion to Islam (by the Jizzya), and once the community had dwindled below a critical threshold, it ceased producing the scholars that were the intellectual driving force of the Islamic civilization, and that is when the so called “Golden Age of Islam” came to an end (about 850 A.D.). Islam the religion itself was significantly molded by Assyrians and Jews (see Nestorian Influence on Islam and Hagarism: the Making of the Islamic World) links in the article – ed..

Arab/Islamic civilization is not a progressive force, it is a regressive force; it does not give impetus, it retards. The great civilization you describe was not an Arab/Muslim accomplishment, it was an Assyrian accomplishment that Arabs expropriated and subsequently lost when they drained, through the forced conversion of Assyrians to Islam, the source of the intellectual vitality that propelled it. What other Arab/Muslim civilization has risen since? What other Arab/Muslim successes can we cite?

It also serves as a warning:

Arabs/Muslims are engaged in an explicit campaign of destruction and expropriation of cultures and communities, identities and ideas. Wherever Arab/Muslim civilization encounters a non-Arab/Muslim one, it attempts to destroy it (as the Buddhist statues in Afghanistan were destroyed, as Persepolis was destroyed by the Ayotollah Khomeini). This is a pattern that has been recurring since the advent of Islam, 1400 years ago, and is amply substantiated by the historical record. If the “foreign” culture cannot be destroyed, then it is expropriated, and revisionist historians claim that it is and was Arab, as is the case of most of the Arab “accomplishments” you cited in your speech. For example, Arab history texts in the Middle East teach that Assyrians were Arabs, a fact that no reputable scholar would assert, and that no living Assyrian would accept. Assyrians first settled Nineveh, one of the major Assyrian cities, in 5000 B.C., which is 5630 years before Arabs came into that area. Even the word ‘Arab’ is an Assyrian word, meaning “Westerner” (the first written reference to Arabs was by the Assyrian King Sennacherib, 800 B.C., in which he tells of conquering the “ma’rabayeh” — Westerners. See The Might That Was Assyria, by H. W. F. Saggs)Again, links in the article, as well as a bibliography.

Even in America this Arabization policy continues.

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Genius Playwright David Mamet Gets Hit With Clue-Bat

Wow! Just fucking wow!!

Probably one of the greatest living artistic geniuses, playwright David MametThe Water Engine, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Verdict, Wag the Dog – has reasoned his way out of being, “a Brain-Dead Liberal”

“I took the liberal view for many decades, but I believe I have changed my mind.

As a child of the ’60s, I accepted as an article of faith that government is corrupt, that business is exploitative, and that people are generally good at heart.

These cherished precepts had, over the years, become ingrained as increasingly impracticable prejudices. Why do I say impracticable? Because although I still held these beliefs, I no longer applied them in my life. How do I know? My wife informed me. We were riding along and listening to NPR. I felt my facial muscles tightening, and the words beginning to form in my mind: Shut the fuck up. “?” she prompted. And her terse, elegant summation, as always, awakened me to a deeper truth: I had been listening to NPR and reading various organs of national opinion for years, wonder and rage contending for pride of place. Further: I found I had been—rather charmingly, I thought—referring to myself for years as “a brain-dead liberal,” and to NPR as “National Palestinian Radio.””

I never in a million years would have imagined that I’d be linking to an article at, The Village Idiot Voice. You need to read all five pages of this mo-fo, for it is the story of the resounding triumph of reason over libtardism.


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Hamas sets terms for ceasefire with Israel

GAZA, March 12 (Reuters) – Hamas set out its conditions on Wednesday for a ceasefire with Israel, calling for an end to all acts of Israeli “aggression” in the Gaza Strip and West Bank and the reopening of Gaza border crossings.

The terms mirrored proposals raised by Egyptian mediators trying to piece together a truce deal, which would also end Gaza rocket attacks on Israel by militants from Hamas and other Palestinian groups.

Violence has declined sharply over the past week. A ceasefire could foster progress in U.S.-brokered peace talks between Israel and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, whose Fatah faction lost control of the Gaza Strip to Hamas last June.

“There must be a commitment by Israel to end all acts of aggression against our people, assassinations, killings and raids, and lift the (Gaza) siege and reopen the crossings,” Ismail Haniyeh, leader of Hamas’s administration in the Gaza Strip, said in a speech.

A spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert — in a nod to a de facto truce — said there there was “no need for negotiations” on a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.

“We can have calm in the south if there is a total absence of rocket and missile fire from the Gaza Strip into Israel, if Hamas ceases terrorist operations against Israelis, and if there is an end to illegal smuggling of weapons and ammunition into the Gaza Strip,” said the spokesman, Mark Regev.

“If there is quiet and these conditions are met, there will be quiet.”

Regev appeared to rebuff the idea of halting Israeli military operations in the occupied West Bank, saying it would be irresponsible “not to defend ourselves against … hard-core terrorists” there.


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Finally – a Hollywood guy who gets it

David Mamet is one playwright/screenwriter/director whom you would expect to be the most liberal of liberals. And for of his life, he was. But, it seems age and maturity have caused him to undergo an evolution in his thinking. It’s a longish essay, but it’s well worth the read:

And, I wondered, how could I have spent decades thinking that I thought everything was always wrong at the same time that I thought I thought that people were basically good at heart? Which was it? I began to question what I actually thought and found that I do not think that people are basically good at heart; indeed, that view of human nature has both prompted and informed my writing for the last 40 years. I think that people, in circumstances of stress, can behave like swine, and that this, indeed, is not only a fit subject, but the only subject, of drama.

I’d observed that lust, greed, envy, sloth, and their pals are giving the world a good run for its money, but that nonetheless, people in general seem to get from day to day; and that we in the United States get from day to day under rather wonderful and privileged circumstances—that we are not and never have been the villains that some of the world and some of our citizens make us out to be, but that we are a confection of normal (greedy, lustful, duplicitous, corrupt, inspired—in short, human) individuals living under a spectacularly effective compact called the Constitution, and lucky to get it.

This probably puts him at odds with a lot of the Hollywood and New York establishment (who may be aged, but not mature). I’d be willing to bet there a lot more like-minded people in that milieu who don’t speak out, maybe because they’re afraid for their livelihood, or maybe because they’re not quite as eloquent. I applaud Mr. Mamet, though, for forging a new path.

The Constitution, written by men with some experience of actual government, assumes that the chief executive will work to be king, the Parliament will scheme to sell off the silverware, and the judiciary will consider itself Olympian and do everything it can to much improve (destroy) the work of the other two branches. So the Constitution pits them against each other, in the attempt not to achieve stasis, but rather to allow for the constant corrections necessary to prevent one branch from getting too much power for too long.

And that, my friends, is a brilliant description of the way our government is supposed to work.

As Mr. Mamet says, happy election season.

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Proof That Cats Are Evil

Here’s the back story:

I’m owned by a black and white cat named Josh, and he is one of Satan’s handminions. I know this for a fact.

This is the smug little bastard here:


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Who Didn’t See This Coming?

There is now a Bill in the Australian Parliament which is under review. The Bill has the intention of providing compensation for the “Stolen Generations”.

Fucking hell.

Via Andrew Bolt.

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Breaking News: House Democrats Violated House Rules

Only the Democrat House Leadership could find an unethical way to pass an “ethics” bill.

House Democrats had crafted legislation, an ethics bill in name only, that will do nothing to clean-up Washington. In fact, many non-partisan experts believe that it will only further empower the special interests.

Tonight, on the House floor, House Democrats were headed towards defeat. They were opposed by a bipartisan coalition of Members, who wanted to work towards meaningful ethics reform, rather than accept the empty rhetoric offered by the House Democrat Leadership. At the end of the vote, the bipartisan coalition had prevailed; yet, Speaker Pelosi held the vote open and strong-armed less senior Representatives into voting her way. This action violated House rules that were enacted in January of last year.

One thing is clear – House Democrats have failed the American People. They can’t even pass an “ethics” bill without violating the rules.

Ed Cantor

Democrats of today have no ethics…See Idiot Eliot Spitzer

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Hey, Angus started it…More Kinison.

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Kinison III

Lancia Stratos HF: The Greatest Automobile… Ever

The Lancia Stratos HF (The HF stands for High Fidelity) started life as a 1970 show car that stunned the automotive community.


The then ultra-futuristic wedge design has influenced supercar design ever since.

Lancia’s parent group, Fiat, took the Bertone design as a jumping off point only: They wanted a mid-engine Rally car that could decimate all comers, so the production car looked nothing like the concept.


In order to qualify the Stratos for racing, it had to be homologated, meaning a certain number of road going examples had to be produced. This is one of the very rare examples. Note the fighter-pilot cockpit and the single windshield wiper. This is the first automobile in history purpose-built for Rally racing. Who gives a fuck that you can’t see what’s behind you? They are history anyway.

Here is the Stratos in its intended Group 4 racing configuration.


Throughout the late seventies and early eighties, nothing could touch the Stratos on the back roads that were tangled together for major rally championships: Most rally cars were sedans… this was a mid-engine supercar designed for the purpose.

The Stratos even campaigned in Group 5 successfully.


Though out of their intended element in Group 5 – campaigning against the fearsome Porsches who have historically dominated that class – more than one German had his miserable ass handed to him by this Italian interloper.

Though few remember it today, the Stratos changed everything, from Rally racing to supercar design… but some have not forgotten: a 2004 Stratos concept car.


Oh fucking hell yeah!

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Speaking of Kinison….fantastic talent

Sir Angus Dei

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