Monday, November 24, 2008

"The Adventures in Babysitting" - It's not what you think.

An "adult" version of "Adventures in Babysitting". I wonder what the plot was?

Dissident = Conspiracy Theorist = Crazy Person

Self-styled dissident Michael Goodspeed finally accepts Big Media's characterization of him as a "conspiracy theorist," i.e. an upside down bat shit crazy person.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

500 years of the greatest conspiracy theories

From global warming to 9/11, Shakespeare to Elvis, Diana to JFK, peak oil to Roswell, an intelligent summary of the most widely held and persistent conspiracy theories

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Friday, November 14, 2008

FBI informant testifies suspect refused to plan attack

Um... Couldn't we be spending time and money investigating the people that actually DO want to harm our country? What is wrong with these people?

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Monday, November 10, 2008

Red squirrel attacks children's writer

A red squirrel called Elvis the Pelvis has attacked a children's writer who nursed him back to health.

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Sunday, November 09, 2008

Prop 8 Protest Rally Silver Lake - Conflict - No to Proposition 8 - No to Hate

Prop 8 Protest in Silver Lake - Conflict with proponents of proposition 8 which denies marriage rights to gay and lesbian couples in California. Three guys with bullhorns and signs also attended the rally of over 20,000 people. Mounted police officers do a fantastic job of protecting the free speech right of both the marchers and the counter-protestors. Liquid is tossed towards the three "Yes on 8" men, while 3 more guardian angel nun-drag queens tell the crowd to move along and if you just ignore them, they'll go away. Scenes of the crowd passing by are not the same group over and over, I stayed in one place, and never really could show how many people were really there.

Prop 8 Protest Rally in Silver Lake - Gathering - No to Proposition 8 - No to Hate

Prop 8 Protest in Silver Lake - Gathering before marching down Santa Monica Blvd, up Vermont, then back East on Sunset Blvd. Equal rights advocates are angry that the Mormon Church spent $70 million to deny the right-to-marry to this very vocal minority group.

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

What the state of the union might be like Richard Pryor style

I saw Seth Rogen at my polling place!

After waiting on line for around an hour, I finally got the chance to let my voice be heard on the ballot. While heading back home, I spotted Seth Rogen waiting on line. Since I live in Hollywood and such, I guess I should have expected to see some famous people at the polls. I totally dear-spotted him as I walked right past him on the way to my car. He kind of looked back at me. Maybe somewhere in the back of his mind he was all, "Dude, I think I just saw that babysitter guy!" One can only hope.