Friday, August 26, 2011

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

I wonder what the Tillmans think of this ...

Texas Legislators and Christian Groups Fight to Insert God Into Vets' Funerals -- Against Families' Wishes | World | AlterNet:


Richard Tillman discussing his brother's funeral on Real Time


Shouldn't veterans and their families have the right to decide whether religion -- and what kind -- is welcome at their own funerals? The Department of Veterans Affairs says yes. But three Texas Congressman and Christian military organizations want to strip away this basic right. Instead, they want to be allowed to impose unwanted Christian ceremonies on the military funerals of everybody who has served the red, white, and blue.

Wednesday is Whosday: Idris, The "Doctor's Wife"

Springfield Punx: Whosday; Idris, The "Doctor's Wife"


Espionage in the Triangle

Corporate espionage a highlight on Spy Conference agenda :: The Skinny at WRAL Tech Wire:

Via Devils on a Raft

Beginning this evening and lasting through Friday, Raleigh will become a focal point for the global espionage industry with retired Gen. Michael Hayden – the only person to lead both the CIA and the NSA – headlining the seventh Raleigh Spy Conference.


Hayden talks on Friday about the decade-long hunt for Osama bin Laden, but the two-day conference is packed with other widely respected speakers on topics that reach far beyond the war on terror.

Friday, August 19, 2011

#FF @ClarkeKant Winner of the Secular Humanist Atheist ReTweet of the Week! #SHART #TOTD #TOTW

*Ding* You've got atheist progaganda!
(Image via Fireberry)


Just found some atheist propaganda in this motel room. I opened the dresser drawer and it was empty.Fri Aug 19 16:01:42 via Tweetbot for iPhone

This is the inaugural Cryptonaut-in-Exile Secular Humanist Atheist ReTweet of the Week Award. Fondly referred to in these parts as, the SHART of the Week, or just the SHART, for short.

 Enjoy the SHART!

 If you see something that looks like SHART material be sure to bring it to my attention. I never did get around to making a Glasgow Kiss of the Week page back when our panel of experts was awarding those; but, now that I'm excited to bring you the best SHARTs, I think I many finally get around to devoting a proper page to it. Gives me a project that will keep me out of City of Wonder for a few hours one of these nights.


Thursday, August 18, 2011

Where's Wall-E? (Who cares, I found Daleks and Cybermen.)

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Details from a larger Richard Sargent image. Via TDW.
I guess if you're named Richard Sargent, going by "Dick" is out of the question unless you want to endure a bunch of Bewitched 'you're the lesser Dick'-type comments.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Rise of the Planet of the Apes review is brilliant: 5/5 Apes.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes: A Response | The Hairpin:

Mistake noted. This ape is actually signing "Michelle Bachmann."

No filter strong enough to remove cognitive sewage from the water? (Contagion thinking as a barrier to sound policy.)

Why Cleaned Wastewater Stays Dirty In Our Minds : NPR

"Oh, hi. Didn't see you approaching ... I'm fine thanks ...
Yes, as a matter of fact, I have been to your favorite reservoir many times. Why do you ask?"
 
'The public wasn't really examining the science involved,' Haddad says. 'They were just saying no.' This infuriated the water engineers, who believed that the public's response was fundamentally irrational, Haddad says.

'That's what I would hear at these water agency meetings,' Haddad says, 'these very frustrated water engineers saying, 'My public is irrational! They are irrational! They simply won't listen!'

Related: Water Reuse Foundation

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Saturday, August 13, 2011

The Military Director of American Atheists would like put that offensive "There are no atheists in foxholes" saying to rest.

My first act as Military Director of American Atheists | Rock Beyond Belief:




Chaplain: “You know they say there are no atheists in foxholes. And it’s true!“
[he grins as if this is some ultimate stumper of a statement]

Griffith: “Sir. You’re close, but you’ve got it wrong. There are actually no Chaplains in foxholes.”

Word on the tweet: #Fuquay-Varina, August 13, 2011

My semi-regular roundup of tweets from or about Fuquay has me in fighting form today:

fuquay hoes are easy as hellFri Aug 12 08:15:48 via web

Uh, if they're "hoes," does it matter where they're from? Isn't that they're "easy" why you're calling them "hoes"?

 Also, you know tweets like this mean you're an asshole, right?

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Ready to begin orientation @DukeDivinity School. 24 of us Doctor of Ministry Candidates total. http://4sq.com/oECtjZFri Aug 12 13:01:36 via foursquare

Good grief. Twenty four more degrees in advanced bullshit, coming up. The "Triune God"? (From the academically rigorous Divinity School's twitter profile.) Is it too much to hope you lot study Brighid, the Exalted One?

And, yes, I know this isn't a Fuquay-Varina post, dude's name is Fuquay and he's going to Duke so there's a tangential NC connection. Close enough. 

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Awesome...more death thanks to our open borders. Gotta love what "leftist caring" brings to our citizens. http://t.co/wq9NGSsWed Aug 10 03:32:14 via web

Oh, I get it, the liberals are to blame. Of course. Maybe we could afford the Great Wall of Texas you'd like to build if we weren't so busy trying to destroy the government with obstructionism, wrong-headed policies, immoral and illegal foreign wars, and tax cuts for the wealthy? 

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i generally have never thought of fuquay as "the country" or redneck... till i read the "you know you're from fuquay varina" page on fbSun Aug 07 21:58:20 via web

I'm not sure my hometown's page (which may or may not be the one that started this trend) paints a very positive picture of us either. But it's fun anyways. I couldn't find the Fuquay page. Search on Facebook is completely useless.

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I dislike fuquay white people .. Cus they're like rednecks nd racist nd junk .Fri Aug 05 05:27:39 via txt

Many of them probably are. Not all though. This tweet? Not helping matters. 

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At a bar watchin dez non rhythm having ass white ppl do wat they call dancing!! Lmao!! Only in fuquay varina!!Sat Jul 30 04:42:29 via Twitter for Android

Wrong, fool. We are everywhere, having no rhythm! Not for nothing, you better be a pretty freaking awesome dancer to be judging anybody else's dancing. And, even if you are, you're still so full of yourself nobody with any self respect likes you.

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What's up? Everybody...if you live in the Fuquay, NC area. Come to vacation bible school. You will enjoy yourself. 1209 Bridge St. FuquayTue Jun 14 16:33:57 via Twitter for BlackBerry®

No, I wouldn't. And, trust me, you really don't me want me to come and spoil your "fun".

Bible school ... I'd rather pull a Caleb Tutor.

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"Its like downtown Fuquay times Durham" -Erica Mott.Sat May 21 05:15:57 via txt

I take it that's not a good thing? Because I'm imagining Fuquay's Aviator Smokehouse times the Bull City Burger and Brewery and that's sounding pretty freaking awesome.

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Aviator Brewing just raised $500 for the fuquay food bank this past weekend! Local beer for Local charity...!Wed May 11 16:45:32 via Facebook

Finally, a tweet that didn't make me roll my eyes. Well done. 

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There was a rooster in the middle of the road only in fuquayWed May 11 18:31:36 via TweetCaster

Nah, rural small towns, happens all over.

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Gun shots...or fireworks (hard to tell which) are the sweet sounds I hear outside of my window tonight #yikes #fuquayWed May 11 01:03:31 via Twitter for Android

I don't remember any fireworks in May ...

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Outstanding lunch and the best brew on the market @aviatorbrew Taphouse #fuquayvarinaSun May 08 17:43:21 via Twitter for Android

Monster Sandwich FTMFW!

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I kan pretty much quarantee that ALMOST ALL of Fuquay && Holly Sprinqs was blazed today ...Thu Apr 21 01:52:47 via txt

Getting blazed, evidently, results in people spelling "can" with a "k"? #KidsToday #GetOffMyLawn 

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Link and Rhett are mostly promoting Commercial Kings these days, which is great, but doesn't make for a very interesting twitter feed. Still waiting for someone besides those guys and @jazzdab to represent Fuquay on twitter with a little humor and intelligence. There must be some more wags with insight out and about. Put some good Fuquay-based tweeps in the comments if you see any, would you?

UNC and Duke assign joint summer reading for incoming freshmen.

Inside the List - NYTimes.com:




Can a peaceable literary vegetarian from Brooklyn bring together what a bloody Southern basketball rivalry has torn asunder? That was surely the hope of administrators at Duke and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, when they chose Jonathan Safran Foer’s “Eating Animals” as the joint summer reading for this fall’s incoming freshmen.

Left Handers Day, August 13th (My handedness identity crisis exacerbated.)

Left Handers Day, August 13th - Official Site

Phil Mickelson via Wikipedia


Confession: I don't know if I'm "left handed" or "right handed."

I throw and hit lefty. I write righty. Ask me to kick a field goal, I'll use my left foot. I'm a pretty wicked ping pong player with either hand. I eat with my right hand. Ask me to pick up guitar and try to play a chord and I get confused because I'm not sure which way is more comfortable to hold it.

I'm not ambidextrous, although I can write with my left hand, it's easier if I do so from right to left and backwards, mirror image style. More mixed-handed, same as Phil Mickelson, apparently, as well as quite a few of the world's elite athletes according to that Wikipedia article.

Happy Belated Birthday, Mark Knopfler

MarkKnopfler.com

Image via Music Story


Mark Knopfler turned 62 yesterday.












Friday, August 12, 2011

100 Things I Love About My Favorite Movies (Part 2)


See the details of the meme and how I came to take this on in my previous post.

Warning: if you haven't seen the movie, it may not be safe to play the clip or read my comments due to SPOILERS. Proceed at your own risk. Also, some NSFW language.

Chased by Reavers in Serenity

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I had to force myself to just get the clip and eject the disc. No matter how many times I watch this, I just get sucked in.

Malcom was expecting to meet with the War Committee from In the Loop


H/T Kevin at Ghost in the Machine for reminding me of the urgency of including something of Peter Capaldi's performance here.


The Hinckley Cold Storage Job from Bottle Rocket

video

I clipped this just a bit too short! I didn't get Kumar standing in the freezer, shivering. Dang.

Dennis the Constitutional Peasant



The ending of Brazil


Spencer Tracy in Inherit the Wind


What can you say?

Brick: the note-perfect homage

Image via Movies Online
I'm so irritated right now that I can't my Brick DVD! I brought it into the office when I was working on the first post and now I don't see it anywhere. So there's this picture to remind me of the scene in the basement of The Pin's mother's house. Every bit of dialogue, just about any the scene in the movie could've made this list. Not recommended if you didn't care for The Maltese Falcon, but absolutely essential if you did.

But if you didn't care for The Maltese Falcon, I doubt you got this far.

Grocer and Blank in the diner in Grosse Pointe Blank

video

I haven't been talking about movies that hit all the right notes in score and soundtrack, but this was one that worked well for me. It's also got a fight scene with Benny "The Jet" Urquidez, who was the baddie in one Jackie Chan's greatest fight scenes. But I chose this diner scene because it never fails to crack me up.

Erin Brockovich



Julia Roberts knocked it out of the park.


Kevin Kline and Jamie Lee Curtis in A Fish Called Wanda



The funny thing is, I don't really care much for Kevin Kline. But I loved Otto.


Mozart's laugh in Amadeus

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Kevin put the Commendatore scene in his recent post, but in this case I didn't need the reminder, I had already planned to include a snippet of Hulce doing the Mozart laugh, it just didn't make it into my first post because I've got a clumsy, time-consuming method of snagging clips from my DVDs and wanted to focus on getting that one filled out with scenes I could embed from youtube.

Khan!!!!!!


Brick Top from Snatch

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Vicious. That ridiculous shirt and those glasses make him perfect.

The sick feeling in the pit of my stomach when Do The Right Thing tears it down.



"I'm your huckleberry."


Tombstone is not a great western. I'm not sure you can call it a good movie, period. But I still find myself saying "I'm your huckleberry," because of this scene.

The NHL 93 scene in Swingers


I played so much NHL 93, there was no way I couldn't love this scene.

Kevin Costner in Silverado


Costner's bloated epics taint, I think, our memory of his better performances. He's a wild kid here, but when he turns to those to fellows he told Paden with supreme confidence he could take, and says boom, it's such a calm, steady voice ... that voice of his puts a foundation under Jake's arrogance and puppy dog playfulness.

Tilda Swinton in Michael Clayton


It's Clooney's movie, a damn good one, but Swinton is the most vulnerable, sympathetic, heartless, evil villain I can remember.

Frances McDormand in Fargo


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I know that viewed on its own, this clip is going to be all accent taken out of context, but I can't put the whole movie in so I may have to remind you that your ear gets used to that nasal bleating over the course of the full length. The point here is Frances McDormand is able to convey both Margie's charm and sweetness, as well as her competence and unflappability. She's as nonplussed as a slaughterhouse worker at the sight of blood and wrecked flesh, but her humanity is undiminished. It's a great performance in what may be the Coen Bros. finest movie.


Chevy Chase in Fletch


Chevy Chase ... too smarmy by half, he's never been able to fully capitalize on that comic genius. He's at his post-SNL best in the Fletch movies though.

Lloyd Bridges in Airplane!



The long tracking shot fight scene from Tony Jaa's The Protector



There's a scene early in Ong Bak where Jaa leaps up and knees a motorcycle riding baddie on the head, cracking his helmet that I thought of first, for me it was the moment you know you're looking at the first shot at a legitimate heir to Jackie Chan. Jaa is great, but his movies range from uneven at best, to almost unbearable at worst. He keeps teasing with flashes of that acrobatic brilliance ...




Myrna Loy and William Powell in the The Thin Man


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I'm not sure there's been better dialogue for, or chemistry between, a husband and wife since Nick and Nora Charles graced the silver screen.


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Again, I could keep going all night, but I'm tired and it's been a long day. 32 more here means I've done 41 total. I've got Bill Murray, Robert Downey, Jodie Foster, Clive Owen, Michael Moore, Simon Pegg, and Chris Farley at the front of my mind for next time. And I haven't gotten to my favorite monsters yet!

If a Supreme Being blogged ...

Paul Simms: “God’s Blog” : The New Yorker:


Image via an older God's Blog


Pretty pleased with what I’ve come up with in just six days. Going to take tomorrow off. Feel free to check out what I’ve done so far. Suggestions and criticism (constructive, please!) more than welcome.
The comments comprise the rest of the article. Pretty much spot on. 

Alleged bigfoot sighting in Minnesota woods

Bigfoot sighting in Minnesota woods [VIDEO] - Minneapolis News - The Blotter:


Image via Citypages


A Minnesota farmer and his wife were walking in the woods north of Stillwater one July night, when they saw a strange animal, according to a new YouTube video. The couple thought they'd come upon a deer, but heard a 'low odd sounding grunt,' and decided to get closer and see what it was.

'Doesn't look like a deer to me,' the farmer explains in the set-up to the video.

In the video clip the man captured that night -- now the subject of a thorough investigation by a Youtube curator called 'SasquatchWatcher' -- a large, red-haired figure is seen passing through the woods for a single fleeting moment.
Full video blow with a bit over-analyzing:



If not a straight up hoax, then my next best guess is they surprised a hunter.


That it's possible to get an advanced degree in biochemistry and still believe in Adam and Eve ...

Evangelicals Question The Existence Of Adam And Eve : NPR:


Durer's depiction of Adam and Eve via NPR


'From my viewpoint, a historical Adam and Eve is absolutely central to the truth claims of the Christian faith,' says Fazale Rana, vice president of Reasons To Believe, an evangelical think tank that questions evolution. Rana, who has a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Ohio University, readily admits that small details of Scripture could be wrong.

'But if the parts of Scripture that you are claiming to be false, in effect, are responsible for creating the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith, then you've got a problem,' Rana says.

Some alternatives to just blocking people's bizarre public displays ...

The Best Examples Of Mocking Religion On Facebook | Happy Place


William Blake Died August 12, 1827

William Blake: Of innocence and experience - Roger Ebert's Journal: I missed posting this on the anniversary of Blake's birth so, sitting here on November 30, 2010, I'm pumping this out into the future. Which is now.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Untitled Po(em?)st

A fly on the bathroom mirror.
Glass is smooth and solid, but it isn't and it isn't (or is it and is it?).
The fly reminds you with is it's fragile, powerful legs that there's purchase.
As long as we're at it we might as well remember all those old New England farmhouses
where the glass has gone wavy and is literally puddling, just slowly -- or not.

Our guts are an ecosystem that affect the way we think.
The way we think!
"There is a world inside the world ... "

You don't even know what you know when you know it.
(True fact.)
Our own minds are opaque to us.
But they can be read, by the astute and machines.
It's possible for a technician, and maybe a professional poker player, to know what you're going to do
before you even know you know.

At Jordan Lake, algae bloom and there's a fish kill.
Also, a couple teenage boys stabbed a girl from your town, stabbed her to death;
They stabbed thirty times and leave her body in the water.
One of the boys is in the country illegally, so the murder is politicized.
You wonder if the algae bloom is a symptom of climate change, or improper waste management,
Or the fault of anyone or anything at all.
Now the fish are politicized as well.

When talking to people in China, you wonder what they know and hear about the two Koreas
Lobbing artillery fire at one another.
You don't ask though because they're coworkers and any conversation might be too political.

The sun is a star and
"We are all made of stars ... "
And you wouldn't stab a star, or stardust, but still that girl was killed.

You know this one guy on facebook who's funny as hell.
He was a friend of a friend then, you didn't know how whip smart he was.
But you do now.
You're both made of stars so some stars are funnier than others.

"Little man with a gun in his hand ... "
A guy in Ohio shoots up his neighborhood because he lost his temper.
You bicker with the numbskulls in the comments of the CNN article because ...
Because ... ?
And those deaths,  and his AK-47 -- it's all politicized.
And we are all still
Made out of stars.

"A poem is a list of Things to Do ... "
So this isn't a poem.
Those things, they were already done.

"Great books" that aren't. (Haters gonna hate; sometimes they're right to.)

Tom Perrotta, Francine Prose, and others on "great books" that aren't great. - By Juliet Lapidos - Slate Magazine:

Joyce via I Just Read About That

Honestly I've never been persuaded by Ulysses. To my mind, Joyce's best and most genuine work is the wonderful Dubliners; everything afterwards smacks of striving to write a "great" work, rather than simply striving to write—it's all too voulu. Although there are, of course, beautiful and breathtakingly authentic things in the novel (who could not love that tang of urine in the breakfast kidneys?), what spoils Ulysses for me, each time, is the oppressive allusiveness, the wearyingly overdetermined referentiality, the heavy constructedness of it all. Reading the book, for me, is never a rich and wonderful journey, filled with marvels and (no matter how many times you may read a book) surprises—the experience I want from a large and important novel; it's more like being on one of those Easter egg hunts you went on as a child—you constantly feel yourself being managed, being carefully steered in the direction of effortfully planted treats. Which, of course, makes them not feel very much like treats at all.
The tip-off, for me, are the Gilbert and Linati Schemas, now included in most editions: the road-maps to the books that Joyce concocted for friends, minutely indicating the novel's themes, its labored structures, the Homeric analogies, etc.—it's as if Joyce were both the author of his book and the future comp lit grad student who's trying to decipher it. Indeed, it's small wonder that Ulysses has become the bible of academic lit departments; it seems to have been practically written for literary theorists. (Dubliners, by contrast, is a book for "ordinary readers"—a term I use admiringly.)
The two books that take the most lambasting in this article, Ulysses and Gravity's Rainbow, deserve it.

*ducks*


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

I wanted to see this and was rolling with mad Armond White's review until ...

Armond White is thrilled by the mad energetic vision of the Planet of the Apes prequel:


CG and human apes via NY Press

Unlike Tim Burton’s often brilliant 2004 remake, Rise is more poetic than topical.
There was nothing brilliant about Burton's Apes. Unless you want to say it was brilliant at sucking. (#1268 out of 1318 on my flickchart.)

I will rent this when it's in a redbox and I've got a free rental code. I am curious and credible reviewers also seem to be enjoying it.

And coaches were just getting the hang of email ...

In Recruiting, Facebook and Twitter Are Coaches’ Friends - NYTimes.com

Duke's Coack K reacts to a recruits 'unfriending'
 
“It drove me nuts,” he said. “You’re trying to call kids on the phone to talk, and they don’t want to communicate like that.”

So Roberts reluctantly joined Facebook, which coaches and recruits say accounts for 50 percent of their recruiting interaction. Twitter is second and gaining ground, they say, with its direct-message function offering the bite-size communication preferred by teenagers. Although Luddites remain — the Southern California defensive coordinator, Monte Kiffin, 71, refers to Facebook as Facemask — most have adapted to the point that Facebook, in-box and Tweet are verbs in the coaching lexicon.
Keeping the NCAA rules committee busy, no doubt.

Search me.

Curiosity sometimes gets the best of me and I throw caution to the wind to see what search terms are bringing people to this site. In the last 24 hours the top searches that brought folks here were:


Really, that's the context for 'gorilla'?! Remind me never to go to the zoo with y'all. Or get tattooed. Or go the gym. And now, given your other varied interests,  I wonder what goes on in a two man deer stand.

~shudders~



Tuesday, August 9, 2011

President Obama's 2012 Campaign Prepares Full-Fledged Attack on Mitt Romney

President Obama's 2012 Campaign Prepares Full-Fledged Attack on Mitt Romney:


Obamney, via Newser


If Politico has it right, team Obama not only expects Mitt Romney to be the GOP nominee, it is ready to unleash a 'ferocious personal assault' against him. The go-negative approach would have two fronts: portray Romney as a 'weird' guy out of touch with ordinary people and as a greedy CEO willing to sacrifice jobs. For guidance, it will model its strategy in part on the one George W. Bush used in depicting John Kerry as an aloof rich guy.
Is it really an attack if it's ... uh ... accurate? I'm not a fan of negative campaigns; I am a fan of speaking your mind and telling the truth. There's a substantive difference between Negative Campaign A calling Candidate B an anti-American, secret Muslim, non-citizen, terrorist's pal and Negative Campaign B calling Candidate A a greedy, job-killing CEO for being a greedy, job-killing CEO, and pointing out that, if his idea of a joke is telling a bunch of down-on-their-luck folks that he's "unemployed too," then he is an out of touch, weird, plutocrat. Just don't make fun of his magic underwear, that's out of bounds.

Ideally, Obama's 2012 campaign would be irrelevant because he ought to lose in a primary to a progressive Democrat. Or, Bernie Sanders.

Rock Beyond Belief is back on -- Spring 2012.

Rock Beyond Belief:




On March 31st, 2012, Fort Bragg will be hosting Rock Beyond Belief with the full support it was promised. This just might be the turning point in the foxhole atheist community’s struggle for acceptance, tolerance and respect. It’s an amazing time to be a non-believer in the U.S. Military on the cusp of a major break-through.

The public is invited, free of charge, to see this revolution begin to bear fruit. Our key-note speaker, Richard Dawkins regularly draws crowds in the thousands, especially in the so-called Bible Belt. On the rare occasions where his lectures and speeches are free, he sells out the capacity even faster than usual. None of this will be a problem for us, as our venue – the Fort Bragg Main Post Parade Field is home to the annual 4th of July celebration, with tens of thousands of attendees. The rest of our equally solid lineup may fluctuate slightly, and details will emerge in the next week or so.

Monday, August 8, 2011

TRKfest 2011: NC music festival

TRKfest 2011


I've heard, and spun, a bunch of these in the NC room on turntable.fm.

Tazing and stabbing: church Alabama style.

Minister of Music tazes pastor, another woman stabbed during fight at church | al.com:


Via al.com


MOBILE COUNTY, Alabama -- Mobile County Sheriff's officials have issued warrants for 2 people after a pastor was tazed and a woman stabbed during an altercation at New Welcome Baptist Church, officials said today in a news release.
You know what I bet would've defused this situation and saved everyone a bunch of trouble? If all these folks had been carrying firearms. 

"Upset Parent" Fox News trotted out to bash unions was a drunk-driving Republican Party Chair. Nice try.

News Hounds: That Drunk-Driving Republican Party Chair Might Look Familiar To Fox & Friends Viewers:

Drunk driving WI Republican Party Chair stooge 

You may have heard about the resignation of Wisconsin's Columbia County Republican Chairwoman, Amber Hahn, after an accident in which she was found to be driving drunk with her three children in the car. But if Hahn looks familiar to anyone outside of Columbia County, it may be because of her stealth appearance on Fox & Friends as an 'upset Wisconsin parent' attacking public schools' lesson plan to teach the history of unions and labor unions.

Here she is, 'sharing her personal story,' on Fox & Friends in Feburary, 2011:

It's hard to bluff a professional poker player.

Phil Gordon via Full Tilt Poker



Expecting -1 Follower (at least)... I'm an atheist. RT @Richman_cuso: @PhilNoLimits : all you need is godTue Aug 09 00:02:55 via Echofon
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