tonight’s zen


SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/13 at 09:05 PM •
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for the KisPettes

Yeah, I’ve always had a problem with commitment.

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/13 at 08:30 PM •
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tonight’s KisPSA

Any day now you will be re-directed to our new and improved SondraKistan…

We have been building a new WordPress blog and are about ready to launch. We are doing our very best to get everything we possibly can glitch free but there’s bound to be an issue or two as we all start navigating the new software and settling ourselves in to the new digs. I ask that you all register as soon as possible so we can get everyone moved in before we start on the tweaking......

We’ve kept most of everything as close to the same as possible except with some improvements to the functionality and the elimination of all the issues that have befuddled us over the last couple years with this old crappy outdated and outgrown ExpressionEngine software.

The are and will be more improvements as we get things implemented...this software and it’s potential is going to be great and we’ve needed to do this for a very long time.

Sadly, there is no way for us to migrate the archives, which is something that’s held me back from doing this for far too long. However, the “old blog” will still remain on the interwebs’ll just be a link back on the new blog. So none’s lost.

Anyways, I’ll be bumping this up for a couple days until the time when we’re ready to go “live” with the new site.

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/13 at 08:07 PM •
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today’s celebrity doesn’t give a flying fart who you are WTF


  Ashton Kutcher whines about George W. Bush
“...was not very nice to me” 



SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/13 at 07:20 PM •
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gentrification Berzerkeley style…


On Tuesday, on the recommendation of its Peace and Justice Commission, the Berkeley City Council is set to vote on a resolution to invite “one or two cleared” Guantanamo Bay detainees to resettle in Berkeley.

Peace and Justice Commissioner Rita Maran told me that the idea was to invite to Berkeley “the kind of people you’d like to have living next door to you or dating your cousin.”...

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/13 at 05:10 PM •
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today’s un-valentine

turning the other cheek

And as long as I’m in a PhotoShop mood ...

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/13 at 02:33 PM •
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Anne, frank

“…Until I was eleven or twelve, I didn’t realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn’t see them. What’s even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris…When you’re standing up, all you see from the front is hair. Between your legs there are two soft, cushiony things, also covered with hair, which press together when you’re standing, so you can’t see what’s inside. They separate when you sit down and they’re very red and quite fleshy on the inside. In the upper part, between the outer labia, there’s a fold of skin that, on second thought, looks like a kind of blister. That’s the clitoris…”


That’s the clitoris

...........The effacement of the clitoris extends even to Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl. When the unabridged edition of the diaries were released in 1995, the 50th anniversary of her death, they included the previously deleted passages that contained some of Anne’s negative remarks about her housemates and parents as well as a lengthy entry from March 24, 1944 in which she describes her vulva, clitoris, and vagina from the perspective of her own fifteen year old gaze…
[ LINK HERE ]...

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/13 at 12:36 PM •
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those who delta smelt it

Over 30 thousand jobs were lost and countless families and businesses were devastated…

More than 20 years of logging cutbacks on national forests across the Northwest have yet to show much benefit for the northern spotted owl.
The threatened bird’s numbers continue to decline in Washington, Oregon and Northern California.
After two decades of intense legal and political battles, the Obama administration is due this month to offer its last-ditch plan to save the spotted owl from extinction.
All indications are that it will propose shot-gunning hundreds if not thousands of barred owls...

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/13 at 10:10 AM •
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Blue on Blue

heartache on heartache

[Maher] “I think he’s a centerist the way he’s a Christian ... He’s pretending to be a centerist ... ”

Video here

And because the vid is not embeddable a picture of Maher at his most eloquent [consequently, NSFW].

Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite
02/13 at 09:22 AM •
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Hoo Boy…

spreading like a can of generic dog food*

[Feb 10, 2011] Saudi Islamists and opposition activists have launched a political party in a rare challenge to the absolute monarchy, asking King Abdullah for a voice in the Gulf Arab state’s governance…

[T]he new “Islamic Umma” group… included Islamist intellectuals and lecturers, human rights activists and lawyers.

There’s a helluva mix.  [*I* read, “imams, international socialists and lawyers.” You?]

“You know well what big political development and improvement of freedom and human rights is currently happening in the Islamic world,” the group of ten activists said in a letter to King Abdullah…

“It’s time to bring this development to the kingdom,” they told the king, who is about 87 and now recuperating in Morocco after medical treatment in the United States.

That part was written by the socialists.  And the lawyahs.

Islamists and liberals both seek more political freedoms in Saudi Arabia and, while differing on details such as the rights of women, say that reform is their overriding goal.

“Reform” can mean a lot of different things, Binky.  Have a care.
["Rights of women” being described as a “detail” is your first clue, BTW]

“You cannot just have the royal party governing the country. We want to raise this issue with government officials and persuade them,” said lawyer Abdul-Aziz al-Wahhabi, one of the founders of the new party.

Yer gonna “persuade” an absolute monarch to give up power?  bwaaahahahahahahahaaaaa.  Have you ever met a human?  Here; allow me to “persuade” you to give up some of your power… How’s that workin’ out for me?

Speakin’ of “How’s that workin’ out for ya?” ...

The Italian government has declared a humanitarian emergency after nearly 3,000 migrants [refugees] arrived in the country in the last few days.

Officials say most of the migrants are from Tunisia, which has seen continued turmoil since the 14 January overthrow of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali.

...trying to reach Italy in small boats and have been intercepted by the coast guard.

Italian officials said nearly 3,000 migrants had arrived on the island of Lampedusa in the last three days, swamping facilities there.


Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite
02/13 at 07:23 AM •
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tonight’s free stuff what JR’s making me throw away

Don’t get caught without emergency supplies for your beloved pets when TSHTF…


But hurry, they’re gonna blow!


Wow. What a party pooper. He won’t even let me open one to see what’s inside.......

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/12 at 08:55 PM •
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tonight’s audience participation

I got nuthin’.

Well, except for this…


SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/12 at 05:29 PM •
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and changes

This is interesting:

Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Presses Government for Nuclear Weapons

In the summer of 2006...the Muslim Brotherhood...escalated its nuclear goals and openly called for Egypt to develop nuclear weapons as a counter to Israel’s nuclear capabilities...Dr. Hamdi Hassan, spokesperson of the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary caucus, made clear that his organization was creating an Egyptian nuclear deterrent: “We [Egyptians] are ready to starve in order to own a nuclear weapon that will represent a real deterrent and will be decisive in the Arab-Israeli conflict.”

Also the original linky now seems unavailable…

Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite
02/12 at 09:08 AM •
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not only rent

why microphones were invented
Ex-Huey door gunners need airtime, too.

~ vid ~

Gotta love this country — it’s full of ... Americans.

DoubleU in comments

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/12 at 07:08 AM •
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Not Teh Narrative

the first casualty of revolution are the facts

I keep coming back to this.

The Arabic administrator posted on the Arabic page an open question to readers: “What do you think we should give as a gift to the brutal Egyptian police on their day?” [Jan. 25, a national holiday celebrating the country’s widely reviled police force]

“The answer came from everyone: Tunisia Tunisia :),”

...In early January, this core of planners [the Revolutionary Youth Movement] decided they would try to replicate the accomplishments of the protesters in Tunisia who ultimately ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. Their immediate concern was how to foil the Ministry of Interior, whose legions of riot police had contained and quashed protests for years. The police were expert at preventing demonstrations from growing or moving through the streets, and at keeping ordinary Egyptians away.

Successful in beating back the Alexandrian Mob for thirty years, using techniques successful for centuries.  Principle among those techniques is the Law No. 162 of 1958 [aka The Emergency Law, imposed during the 1967 Arab-Israeli War and again after the assassination of Anwar Sadat] which suspends the right to demonstrate and allows the arrest of anyone at any time for any reason at the ruler’s pleasure and allows them to be held for indeterminate time without trial.]

“We had to find a way to prevent security from making their cordon and stopping us,” said 41-year-old architect Basem Kamel, a member of Mohamed ElBaradei’s youth wing and one of the dozen or so plotters.

“Youth groups,” “Youth wings,” youth, youth, youth.  Age 41. 

They met daily for two weeks in the cramped living room of the mother of Ziad al-Alimi. Mr. Alimi is a leading youth organizer for Mr. ElBaradei’s campaign group. ...

Those present included representatives from six youth movements connected to opposition political parties, groups advocating labor rights and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Labor Rights…

On Jan. 25, the first day of protests, the organizers from the youth wings of Egypt’s opposition movements created what appeared to be a spontaneous massing of residents of the slum of Bulaq al-Dakrour, on Cairo’s western edge. These demonstrators weren’t, as the popular narrative has held, educated youth who learned about protests on the Internet. They were instead poor residents who filled a maze of muddy, narrow alleyways, massed in front of a neighborhood candy store and caught security forces flatfooted.

That protest was anything but spontaneous. How the organizers pulled it off, when so many past efforts had failed, has had people scratching their heads since.


The group publicly called for protests at those sites for Jan. 25… They announced the sites of the demonstrations on the Internet and called for protests to begin at each one after prayers at about 2 p.m.

But that wasn’t all.

“The 21st site, no one knew about,” Mr. Kamel said.

They sent small teams to do reconnaissance on the secret 21st site. It was the Bulaq al-Dakrour neighborhood’s Hayiss Sweet Shop, whose storefront and tiled sidewalk plaza—meant to accommodate outdoor tables in warmer months—would make an easy-to-find rallying point in an otherwise tangled neighborhood no different from countless others around the city.

The plotters say they knew that the demonstrations’ success would depend on the participation of ordinary Egyptians in working-class districts like this one, where the Internet and Facebook aren’t as widely used. They distributed fliers around the city in the days leading up to the demonstration, concentrating efforts on Bulaq al-Dakrour.


They were instead poor residents who filled a maze of muddy, narrow alleyways, massed in front of a neighborhood candy store

Those were the people chosen to be the front-line troops against the “brutal police.”

...four field commanders chosen from the organizers’ committee began dispatching activists ["poor residents"] in cells of 10. To boost secrecy, only one person per cell knew their destination.

In these small groups, the protesters advanced toward the Hayiss Sweet Shop, massing into a crowd of 300 demonstrators free from police control. The lack of security prompted neighborhood residents to stream by the hundreds out of the neighborhood’s cramped alleyways, swelling the crowd into the thousands, say sweet-shop employees who watched the scene unfold.

While the police were surrounding and dispersing the other, well-publicized gatherings, these “poor residents” from “a maze of muddy, narrow alleyways” went un-noticed.

The other marches organized at mosques around the city failed to reach Tahrir Square, their efforts foiled by riot-police cordons. The Bulaq al-Dakrour marchers, the only group to reach their objective, occupied Tahrir Square for several hours until after midnight, when police attacked demonstrators with tear gas and rubber bullets.

The people who evaded the police and the “Emergency Law” to occupy the square were the peasants organized by guys in their 40’s.

I’m also confident that the same ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit that the young people of Egypt have shown in recent days can be harnessed to create new opportunity—jobs and businesses that allow the extraordinary potential of this generation to take flight.

...And above all, we saw a new generation emerge—a generation that uses their own creativity and talent and technology to call for a government that represented their hopes and not their fears; a government that is responsive to their boundless aspirations.

What is the pay-off—and to whom—of Teh Narrative of The Youth?
[esp the “well-educated ‘youth’ who 1] are literate 2] are internet/technology savvy?]

Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite
02/12 at 07:00 AM •
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The new Atlas Shrugged trailer is here!
The new Atlas Shrugged trailer is here!

~ vid ~
1/2 to MikeG in comments. Evidently we both got the email from the producers today.

How could I have missed this?

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/11 at 09:41 PM •
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tonight’s winner


And here he is, and he comes into office, and this jubilant situation in Eqypt, with the first time in our lives we get to see people from the Arab world in a very positive democratic setting... 


meanwhile where Bush was...........

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/11 at 08:04 PM •
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you’re leaving ME

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/11 at 04:47 PM •
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a minute’n a half of cultural insensitivity

~ anim 5sec ~

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/11 at 03:07 PM •
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Fetch, shake, bow, sit, beg, stay ... good boy!

Now, roll over.
Good Bo.

Oh, now who didn’t see that comin’?

Stilton’s Hope n’ Change today

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/11 at 12:44 PM •
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when all else fails....

~ ( * ) ~

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/11 at 11:02 AM •
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there’s a word for this

House Committee OKs Bill to Remove Abortion Funding that was never there From Obamacare

Finance Committee drops “death panel” provisions that were never there from Senate bill

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/11 at 10:22 AM •
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Happy 47th, Sarah!

~ source ~

* KisPref

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/11 at 09:42 AM •
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talk softly and carry a big bag of moolah

Great news for the administration/president. People will remember , despite some fumbles yesterday, that the President played an excellent hand, walked the right line and that his statement last night was potentially decisive in bringing this issue to a close. The situation remains complicated and delicate going forward, but this is a huge affirmation of the President’s leadership on the international stage.

SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer SondraK, unapologetic Lympian Slayer
02/11 at 09:28 AM •
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beside the usual, WTF?

The Obama administration’s plan to eliminate Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) drew an unusually warm reception from key Republicans who have long been critics of the mortgage giants.

So what happens to all the mortgages held by Freddie/Fannie?  Who will own those?

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner [said] “Realistically, this is going to take five to seven years,”

Yeah.  Like he’s ever met glimpsed Realistic.

The International Monetary Fund issued a report Thursday on a possible replacement for the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

And what will folks pay those mortgages with?

Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite
02/11 at 09:16 AM •
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Theirs is all used up.

~ vid (turn sound down) ~

So how’s your day goin’?

DougM (constitutional fetishist) DougM (constitutional fetishist)
02/11 at 09:12 AM •
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“It’s very real that we do not understand.” *

becoming the catch-phrase for the whole shebang

What kinda ClownPossee is running this fustercluck?

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper:  “The term Muslim Brotherhood is an umbrella term for a variety of movements. In the case of Egypt, a very heterogeneous group, largely secular, which has eschewed violence and has decried al-Qaeda as a perversion of Islam,”

Wha… areyou… sofa king… whathe…

[Jamie Smith, director of the office of public affairs for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence] “To clarify Director Clapper’s point - in Egypt the Muslim Brotherhood makes efforts to work through a political system that has been, under Mubarak’s rule, one that is largely secular in its orientation – he is well aware that the Muslim Brotherhood is not a secular organization.”

ohpuhleeeeze.  This moron is not “well aware” water is wet.

The director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Leon E. Panetta, testified before the House of Representatives on Thursday morning that there was a “strong likelihood” that Mr. Mubarak would step down by the end of the day.

American officials said Mr. Panetta was basing his statement not on secret intelligence but on media broadcasts, which began circulating before he sat down before the House Intelligence Committee.

A Klown beklowning himself—and US—by repeating random, biased hopes for change of a bunch of gibbering buffoons. 


After Mr. Mubarak’s speech, the White House was consumed with a sense of “disbelief,” one U.S. official said.

An “official.” “Said.” Out Loud.  Where people could hear him.  Moo-barack’s people are in less disarray.

“Every day that goes by, you have to ask: who profits by this?” said Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.), in an interview. “It’s the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamic extremists. There’s the perception that we’re on the side of Mubarak.”

Good question, Loozah.  One that could profitably have been asked ten freaking years ago.

In the White House, frustration is giving way to a sense of powerlessness.

Opines the Wall Street Journal.  In public.

“The mystique of America’s superpower status has been shattered,” said Steve Clemons, director of the American Strategy Program of the New America Foundation, who has attended two meetings with the National Security Council on Egypt.

Well, now… That would be the point, wouldn’t it, StevieBoy.
[Steven Clemons: board member of the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, fellow NAF]
[New America Foundation: “think tank focused on building a New Deal for the 21st century, supported by the Open Society Institute, the Pew Charitable Trusts, the Ford Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation, etc., Views Israel as an occupier of Palestine, Aspires to become a “content provider” to media in order to influence public policy]

And the influence seems to be ...well, influential.

Susan Rice, President Barack Obama’s ambassador to the United Nations, will argue in a major address Friday evening that the U.S. should “strengthen” — not “starve” — the world body.

The address is the first in a series of speeches — to continue this spring – making the case to the American people about why the U.N. matters to national security, and how it is being improved.


House Republicans failed this week in trying to get $180 million in overpaid dues back from the United Nations. The effort was widely panned by New Yorkers in Congress as damaging to security.



More interesting Egypt background:

The Egyptian opposition’s takeover of the area around the parliament this week began with a trick—the latest example of how, for more than two weeks, young activists have outwitted Egypt’s feared security forces to spur an uprising many here had long thought impossible. ...

Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite
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President Hosni Mubarak stepped down as president and the country’s armed forces will take over the leadership of the country, vice president Omar Suleiman announced today.

has gone to an estate he owns in Sharm el-Sheikh, a resort town on the Red Sea about 250 miles from the protests in Cairo.

...A senior Egyptian official told ABC News Mubarak’s departure from the palace was intended to be symbolic, as well a visual withdrawal from the political process after having handed over most of his authority to Vice President Omar Suleiman. But the move does not preclude him from returning or inhibit his ability to oversee constitutional amendments, the official said.


MORE:  What about Suleiman?

Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite Claire, Ideologically Stubborn Heatist Ruralite
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go west

 Young men are the principal source of violence in America. This is why it’s only a matter of time before liberals—being opposed to violence—propose young man control. This will entail:

• A thoroughgoing background check of criminal record and mental health status to be required before anyone is allowed to be a young man. A national masculine immaturity database will be created.
• The banning of concealed young men, especially if they are concealed behind Tea Party protest placards or anonymous antigovernment Internet postings. Likewise, sawed-off young men who tend to be more aggressive than their taller contemporaries; rapid-fire young men who talk back to teachers, guidance counselors, and other role model adults, and young men of the “fully automatic” type, who never need to be reminded to study, help with housework, or volunteer in their communities, and who seem so well adjusted until they plant a bomb in their high school.
• Federal registration of all young men. In fact, they already are registered. However, the problem with the current Selective Service system is that if young men are drafted, they’re given a gun. 

As with everything else PJ O’Rourke ever wrote, RTWT.

H/T Insty

apotheosis, wasteland legend apotheosis, wasteland legend
02/11 at 08:58 AM •
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i’ll see your vajazzled griffin and raise you…

Jesus wept.  Didn’t Vogue kinda used to have an investment in showcasing beauty?

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