August 27, 2017
The Daily Me - bartholomeus ingmar
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It's a pur laine thing - you wouldn't understand.
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In That Case, You Wouldn't Be Pulling So Much As Daintily Extracting
The seed for Steve Bannon's departure from the White House may have been planted a couple of months ago, when a Time cover story described him as "Trump's tushie." This article reportedly caused a rift between the President and his Chief Advisor.
"I pull facts out of my own ass," multiple White House sources claim Trump fumed after the article came out. "Pulling facts out of anybody else's ass is gross. Pulling facts out of Steve's ass? I'll be honest - I gotta take a shower just thinking about it!"
SOURCE: Cleveland Wheeler Dealer
Nigel Farage Always Cracks Me Up
I Hope Armando Iannucci Is Paying Attention
The British government has produced the first of what it hopes is a series of "future partnership papers" outlining how it would like its exit from the European Union to proceed. The options explored in the paper are "a highly streamlined customs arrangement" that would borrow from existing systems, or a new customs partnership that would be similar to what the EU requires from the rest of the world.
When he stopped laughing, Guy Verhofstadt, a major European Union Brexit negotiator, said, "It's good to see that Britain plans on making up the money it will lose when it is out of the Union by exporting comedy."
SOURCE: Daily Semaphore
Do You Think A Lot Of Racists Don't Want To Think Of Themselves As Racists, Or Do They Just Not Want US To Think Of Them As Racists?
After Charlottesville, many far along the spectrum to the right were shocked to discover that people who espoused violent views could actually be, you know, violent. Politicians and pundits who, mere days before, were partying with people on the so-called Alt Right, taking selfies with them to share on Facebook and Instagram, couldn't take down those images fast enough.
Not Rebel Media correspondent Faith Goldy, Satan bless her. She stood her ground and defended her beliefs. For which she was fired by the company; even Ezra Levant's fire breathing poodle reconsidered its love for the Alt Right when the movement graduated to terrorist murder. Still. She can take her ideological purity with her when she applies for one of the suddenly available positions at Breitbart.
It's true that understanding how matches and lighters work doesn't make you an arsonist. Standing next to somebody who is pouring gasoline in an empty house, however, and gushingly reporting on his way with matches (as if he was a teen idol and you were a 13 year-old who had a mad crush on him), makes you, if not an arsonist yourself, certainly an arsonist enabler. And possibly an accomplice.
Oh, and what you call "white guilt," most people would call "a conscience." I assume your conscience was strangled at birth, as is the custom with your people.
You have fun playing footsie with neo-Nazis, Faith. I'll be busy planning an escape route to Israel.
SOURCE: Karl's Big Red Web Page of Unreconstructed Marxism
I Would Pay Good Money To See Kal Pen As A Street Mime
All of the members of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities have resigned to protest Donald Trump's seeming support for racist organizations. The announcement would have been made sooner, but the committee was split on whether to submit a letter outlining the reasons for the mass resignations or create an installation piece or stage performance art. Some committee members argued that print was dead, and that to resign via a letter would ensure that nobody would know that it had happened. Other committee members argued that getting an NEA grant to develop the installation or performance piece would take so long that by the time it was actually created, nobody would remember - or care - what it was about. As a compromise, the members of the Committee agreed to send a letter of resignation immediately, and to work on several different art pieces - from short abstract films to street mime performances - to dramatize the members' disgust at the President's behaviour.
SOURCE: Art Splorts
Really? Blocked And Bloated Seems More Appropriate...
"U.S. 'locked and loaded,' Trump warns N. Korea"
- Toronto Star
SOURCE: Billy-Bob's International House O' Headlines
Funny, For Me, It's The CLARITY On Ethnic Stereotypes That Makes White Supremacists Look Bad
Switzerland's tourism office decried an "unfortunate incident" in which a small Alpine hotel posted a sign asking "Jewish guests" to shower before swimming in the hotel pool. As they should have. This was outrageous.
Everybody knows that blacks are the ones who need to be cautioned about personal hygiene. Jews should be warned not to try to negotiate a lower room rate, and that it isn't very nice never to give anybody a tip.
This confusion over ethnic stereotypes makes white supremacists look bad. We can only hope that the situation will be immediately rectified.
SOURCE: Bigots Without Borders
What Happens When The Line In The Sand Is All In Your Head?
In a press availability on the White House lawn that was supposed to be about infrastructure, President Trump threatened the United States economy if it didn't start producing jobs faster.
"Make no mistake about it," the President shouted, "if the economy doesn't get serious about creating new jobs for hard working Americans, there will be fire, people. White hot fire. The burning kind. And, there will be fury. Terrible, terrible fury. Can't have fire without fury. Everybody knows that. So, economy, what's it gonna be?"
The economy was strangely silent on the subject.
SOURCE: Wall Street Infernal