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Archive for the ‘Douche Baggage’ Category

The .Gif Friday Post No. 610 – Spook Spazz, Helicopter Boarding 101 & Surf Splat

Friday, 15 November 2019

[Found here, here and here.]

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The Pompetous of Love Hot Links

Sunday, 20 October 2019

Nice tribute. This is also cool.

Dog piñata [h/t Caroline R. via FB.]

“PRESS IT! PRESS IT!” [via here.]

Letterman interviews Waits [collection via here].

THIS is what your bread does in the breadmaker when you’re not watching [via].

“It’s a bunch of privileged sanctimonious poshtwats lecturing working class people on why their living standards should be reduced even further.” Paul Joseph Watson is spot on. Watch the entire clip.

Seven British *ahem* tourists were apprehended and detained by ICE at the U.S. Border. Horrible, ya? Check out the rest of the story.


Dear Lady Twist” made it to No. 9 in 1962, and was perhaps the first ska song to hit the U.S. charts, unless you count “My Boy Lollipop.”

“My Boy Lollipop” 1956, 1964 & 1984. Song history here:

The original song, “My Girl Lollypop”, was written by Robert Spencer of the doo-wop group The Cadillacs. Notorious record company executive Morris Levy agreed to purchase the song from Spencer. Although not involved in writing the song, Levy and alleged gangster Johnny Roberts listed themselves as the song’s authors. In an effort to avoid sharing any royalties with Spencer, Levy removed Spencer’s name from the original writing credits. Levy even claimed that Robert Spencer was his pseudonym.


A Humble Request. She’s improving, but probably won’t be able to live on her own without assistance 24/7. Thanks to all who contribute – every little bit helps.


From the Archives: 1 year ago. 5 years ago. 10 years ago.


[Top image from here. Post title from here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 606 – The Twerk Police, A Dumpster Dumper & A Chilla Gorilla

Friday, 11 October 2019

[Found here, here and here.]

5-Way Hot Links

Sunday, 21 July 2019

200 Faces.

336 Years.

Train your monitor.

It’s spelled “hamster.”

“This guy could play an armadillo tail nailed to a railroad tie.”
Justin Johnson plays a 4-string hurley.

Camógaíocht is only played by women and is almost identical to Iománaíocht which is only played by men.

Georgetown University students opine on the President’s immigration policy.

Members of Congress attempted to deport a naturalized U.S. Citizen over false allegations.

Aynaz Anni Cyrus grew up in post-revolution Iran, where if a 9-year old is raped, she has committed adultery by default, and may be tortured and/or sentenced to death. LISTEN TO HER STORY.


On 16 July 1969, Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and the team of Apollo 11 captivated the entire world by sending men to the moon and returning them safely to Earth in just 8 days.

When they were preparing for the moon shot, THIS was No.1 on the Billboard Charts. THIS was No.1 when they left. A month after the astronauts returned, the top hit was THIS.

Three years later, the crew of Apollo 15 placed the only art installation on the lunar surface, a memorial to those astronauts who lost their lives .


A Humble Request. Thanks to all contributors and those of you who continue to donate. The Goal wasn’t set arbitrarily, and we’ve still got a ways to go.


From the Archives: 1 year ago. 5 years ago. 10 years ago.


[Top image from here, but Empress Chili was the first in 1922. Not Skyline. Not Gold Star. By now I should be getting monthly shipments for free advertising. Buncha ingrates. 😀 ]

Photographer Fattens FLOTUS for Fourth – Reuters hasn’t changed.

Tuesday, 9 July 2019

That photo by Carlos Barrias [Reuters] of President and First Lady Trump looked a bit odd to me, because within seconds of that photo, Melania Trump dropped 30 pounds.

Reuters has a history of photojournalistic  malfeasance.


Carlos Barrias’ Reuters bio includes this gem:

“I was very moved after covering the earthquake in Haiti. I was one of the first journalists from Reuters to arrive, and I was there for about 45 days. It was long and tough. You can see human beings at their most basic instinct for survival.

It was a very weird feeling in Haiti because I know I was there doing my job, and I would like to feel that our job means something for people, but at the same time I felt powerless. What do you say when a kid comes to you and asks you for water and food, and you have nothing but a camera? I couldn’t answer that question, and I felt frustrated that I couldn’t do anything.”

[Confidential to @ReutersBarria: I don’t know you, never met you, but you’re full of sanctimonious crap. You were in Haiti for 45 days without food or water? Sure you were. Please click on this. The first 50 seconds are just for you.]

I saw what you did there, #Rumpswab.

Wednesday, 29 May 2019


[Image found here.]

Declassified Hot Links

Sunday, 26 May 2019

This.

How to make a bug.

What’s the big idea?

Renewable resources.

Der Schweißermeister [via].

What does a zero sound like?

Free breakfast. And lunch. And dinner.

Sports Illustrated and creeping sharia.

Ancient beer recipe translated and brewed by monks.

All of Don McClean’s songs were sappy. There. I said it.


This creeped me right out. [G] [via]

This creeped me right out, too. [PG13]

This creeped me right out even more. [PG13]


From The World is Run by C Students Department:
In 2017, Jim Kenney, the democrat mayor of Philadelphia increased the soda tax to 1.5 cents per ounce, raising the price of a two-liter bottle of soda by roughly 67%. Tax revenue fell by 51%, shops closed and workers lost their jobs as people began shopping out of town. Brilliant move, moron.

[Top image found in here. Happy 30th Anniversary to Bunk & Bunkdalene.]

Nothing Much Happened Today: Wrecked Before Sundown.

Thursday, 23 May 2019

Dude’s laughing about it. That means it’s not his car. That means he caused it. That means he’s an a-hole.

[Found here. Related posts here.]

T-MINUS 60 SECONDS UNTIL BREAKUP

Tuesday, 7 May 2019

[Found here.]

Snow What

Thursday, 25 April 2019

[Found here.]


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