The pint-sized giant of the entertainment industry has passed away at the age of 93. Best known for…
Known for his roles in "Independence Day" and "Homeland", he established the "Suit" character role,…
Harold Ramis dead at 69 of complications from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis
Harold Ramis, the man behind numerous blockbuster films such as Ghostbusters and Groundhog’s Day,…
He was 85.
On a wager from cbullitt, some of us intrepid bloggers decided to test the consensus-infested waters, and see if the name INHOFE attracts “fragmentary sci-gibberish” spam from esteemed (as in “steaming piles of regurgitated flotsam”) institutes of higher learning, like UCLA, mostly in the Southern California region. I couldn’t just post a title, so I decided to pay tribute to Snarky Basterd:
MORE BOOB BELT!!!! She just can’t seem to leave that belt alone…..
First: Punish something and you get less of it. Let’s be more specific: Tax the everloving shit out of people who make money, and their incentive to make more money will drop. Either that or they’ll take their money and leave. It really isn’t all that hard to understand, even though we freely admit that grokking it doesn’t provide you with quite the same level of masturbatory pleasure that being able to say “I voted for the first black president” gets you. If you’re as shallow as a dish and dumber than a Barbara Boxer of Rocks, that is.
Here’s the thing I don’t get. The left has no problem figuring that taxing tobacco makes people stop smoking, and they understand that higher taxes on junk food makes people stop buying the stuff. Yet when you suggest that higher taxes on making money would make people stop making money …. you get a look like you just told them that the universe does not, in fact, revolve around BHO.
PS: I also noticed they need to fix their mod_rewrite settings.
I know what you’re thinking … You’re thinking, “Who’s this ArmedGeek fellow and what is he doing posting on Aggie’s website?“
On this day in 1836, forty one delegates gathered at Washington-on-the-Brazos for the Convention of 1836, where they adopted the Texas Declaration of Independence, officially establishing the Republic of Texas.
A friend of mine is one lucky SOB to have been born on the same day, and even more lucky NOT to have been born in the same year
And with that, consider this your gun-toting, freedom-loving, birthday open thread!!