Monthly Archives: October 2010
Who has it?Yep, Chavecito passed the million-follower tweeter milestone today. At this rate, it won’t be long before he whips Alejandro Sanz’s ass. Time to set the countdown clock, kiddies!
Namely, that lefty guys wearing the US flag…(Photo from the Rally for Sanity by Cynthia Tucker, Atlanta Journal-Constitution.)…do a much better job of it than their wingnut cousins:(Teabaggers, taken by I don’t know who, at one of their autos-da-fé.)Funny dat.
It looks a bit like “Thriller”, but with low-budget instrumentals. Plus, I don’t recall Michael Jackson saying anything about Kali Ma or Om Shanti!(h/t Roger Ebert.)
What better song for today, goblins?And what more electric than a live performance in ghoulish getups?
‘Tis Halloween,The lamp is lit–And in the piesThe pumpkins shit–Poop out their innards bit by bit–Till Sister Jane says FLUSH!Crappy Halloween, everyone! Forget all the ghosties and ghoulies and things that go bump in the night. It’s the ones without … Continue reading
It’s hard for me to feel “festive”, exactly, when Néstor Kirchner is gone. But it’s Friday, and the man’s life deserves a round of applause; he achieved what many thought was impossible. So let’s start with a documentary that shows … Continue reading
Rafael Correa, president of Ecuador and pro tempore president of Unasur, speaks from the heart: …and pulls no punches. No whitewashing Argentina’s dire past, and no underestimating the value of what Kirchner did for his country–and indeed, through his and … Continue reading
What to call this jackass stunt? The Speed Test, maybe?But hey. At least it proves that guys who say they’re too small for THEIR big bazookas…are LYING. So, no more excuses. Wrap up your packages before giving ’em to the … Continue reading
If you do, beware. This is what psychopathy looks like: CALGARY–Police fear they are dealing with a person who lacks a moral conscience after someone left the severed head of a cat on a doorstep in a northeast Calgary neighbourhood.Det. … Continue reading
Sad news from South America this morning: The president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, lamented the death of the former president of Argentina, Néstor Kirchner, with a message of solidarity for his Argentine counterpart, Cristina Fernández.“Oh, my dear Cristina…how sad! What … Continue reading