Monday, March 21, 2005

oh my lovely blog

We have ways of making you blog.
Tina Brown has written: "Bloggers are the new Stasi."

Terri Schiavo
So then. Congress, at its whim, can now tell the courts that they need to change their verdicts if said verdicts disturb Congress’ finely tuned moral sense. It’s all part of the “culture of life,” I guess. (I love scare quotes!)

Devil on the half-shell.
The A-Dora-ble Pet Shop burned down last October under mysterious circumstances. The fire killed all the animals there except on slider turtle called Lucky. Since the fire, shop owner Bryan Dora claims, an image of Satan has appeared on Lucky’s shell. He told the Associated Press, "The marking on the shell was like the devil wanted us to know he was down there. To me, it's too coincidental that the only thing to come out unscathed would have this image on it." Lucky is otherwise unchanged, acting like a normal turtle in every way. Really. Until your back is turned. Then the mark on Lucky's back becomes the Virgin Mary.

Count on Drudge!
From today’s Drudge Report:
PLAYGIRL editor-in-chief Michele Zipp has been stripped of her duties after she revealed how she voted Republican in the 2004 election.

Zipp, in an e-mail, claims she was fired after an onslaught of liberal backlash.

"Hello Drudge,

"After your coverage of my article about coming out and voting Republican, I did receive many letters of support from fellow Republican voters, but it was not without repercussions. Criticism from the liberal left ensued. A few days after the onslaught of liberal backlash, I was released from my duties at Playgirl magazine.

"After underlings expressed their disinterest of working for an outed Republican editor, I have a strong suspicion that my position was no longer valued by Playgirl executives. I also received a phone call from a leading official from Playgirl magazine, in which he stated with a laugh, "I wouldn't have hired you if I knew you were a Republican.

"I just wanted to let you know of the fear the liberal left has about a woman with power possessing Republican views."

Softcore Republicans!
I agree with Ms. Zipp. The liberal left does not want strong Republican women selecting their photographs of rockers with ripped abs.

On the other hand, being editor of PLAYGIRL, I assume that Ms Zipp was responsible for printing this blub on PLAYGIRL’s website: “She ended up bare-assed in some Kung Pao, her legs wrapped around the man she just dumped. When you think you're over your ex, why does sex get in the way? Kimber Pflaum's in-it-up-to-her-implants look at ex sex.”

Hey, if that doesn’t reflect Republican values, what does?

James Wolcott’s blog weighs in.
Here’s what he said about our Republicans’ concern for Ms. Schiavo: “They're treating this poor woman as if she were their personal pet rock.”

Can we stop using these words now?



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