Goddess' current mood: sunshine, lollipops and rainbows everywhere
I watched the Donkey Punch video Dirty Bob posted on AVN's blog site. (Watch it from there.
I'm not promoting that sort of shit.) And I respectfully disagree with what DB says, you HEAR the crack of those hits.
And that is NOT ecstacy or sexual excitement of ANY kind on the last girl's face when he hits her in the back of her head.
If you hate women so much you feel the need to be violent towards them,
get the hell out of the industry. Stop using the fact that women need money to support your violent tendencies.
This is yet another prime example of why I said I don't feel comfortable supporting the entire industry anymore.
And yet I'm sure there are those idiots out there who will stubbornly
say, "hey, I don't support violence towards women, but I support their right to do it."
Jon Stewart looked decidedly uncomfortable during his interview with Sharon Stone.
I think it puts him in an awkward position when he has as guests, the very people he's lampooning.
And he definitely let Stone have it a week or so ago. But she deserved it.
"There's no man I wouldn't kiss for peace?" That's just ridiculous.
I think the Daily Show was much sharper when it was about interviewing political people
and less of the Hollywood scene pimping their dumbazz movies.
It's a beautiful day in Pennsylvania! Did you know that used to be our state motto? I loved that one. Then we got that crappy "You've got a friend in Pennsylvania" state slogan. Don't fool yourself, people. You do NOT have friends in Pennsylvania! Don't be stupid. We dislike you every bit as much as the people in your own state disliked you.
Now we have "State of Independence." What can I say? Our lawmakers are too busy trying to make
the polka the state dance to be bothered with this sort of stupidity.
I think we should have a state slogan that truly embodies the spirit of PA: "If Black Lung Don't Get Ya, the Potholes Will!" And since, for some odd reason Western PA has the highest incidences of diabetes than anywhere in the country (totally true), how about, "Come for the funnel cakes, stay for the insulin!" Ok, I'm totally off topic. Glad that doesn't happen often...
Anywho, I woke up and glanced at the clock and saw that it was 9:35 a.m. The sun was shining and I thought, "I don't want the day to pass by and I'm still in bed at noon." Gotta save that kind of stuff for a rainy day! So I got up and went to the bathroom, and noticed the neighbor's car was still in the driveway. She's usually gone by 8:30. I went to the kitchen to get a mug of Yerba Matte tea, glanced up at the clock and saw that it was really only SEVEN O FIVE. Sigh. The clock was partially blocked and curse this daylight coming earlier and earlier!!
It confuses muh blonde head.
On the 29th, Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney was on her way to a meeting at the Capitol. She bypassed security, as she is permitted to do if wearing a Congressional pin, which she was not. The police officer called out to her twice, but she ignored him and kept walking. He grabbed her by the arm and some sources say she turned and hit him, others say that when she turned around she struck him accidentally with her cellphone. This is what SHE said: "Earlier today I had an unfortunate confrontation with a Capitol Hill Police Officer. It is traditional protocol that Capitol Hill Police Officers secure 535 Members of Congress, including 100 Senators. It is the expectation of most Members of Congress that Capitol Hill Police officers know who they are. I was urgently trying to get to an important meeting on time to fulfill my obligations to my constituents. Unfortunately, the Police Officer did not recognize me as a Member of Congress and a confrontation ensued. I did not have on my Congressional pin but showed the Police Officer my Congressional ID. I know that Capitol Hill Police are securing our safety, that of
thousands of others, and I appreciate the work that they do. I deeply regret that the incident occurred.
I have demonstrated my support for them in the past and I continue to support them now."
He should have known who she was. I like the way she placed the blame squarely on the officer. All she has to do is wear a lousy pin, but it's his fault.
Reminds me of COPS eps when the idiots are caught doing something stupid and they say, "Officer, how can you arrest me? My little boy is watching" or "You're ruining my life," one of my all time favorites. Your stupid choices didn't ruin your life, the cop did. But I digress.
I also like the line about rushing to the meeting to "fulfill my obligations to my constituents." Nothing like layering on the guilt, eh? Bad, bad police officer. I'm trying to take care of my people and you're annoying me with stupid rules I'm expected to follow. How about getting to work on time, next time, Congresswoman? Yet another lawmaker who thinks rules weren't made for them.