Wednesday, December 1, 2010

And I'm Back... (3WW)

So I haven't been posting very much lately and I'm sad to say it's got a lot less to do with my travels for the holidays and a whole lot to do with a distinct lack of motivation I've had the last couple weeks.  I've even missed Three Word Wednesday, which I really love to do every week.

Thanks again Thom.

So lets have a revival...

Since I've been gone the big things that have been happening so far as I can tell are that:

A.  Sarah Palin is on TV at least once a week in a non-news format.

B. We now have a choice of radiation poisoning or sexual assault when we go to the airport.

I don't know about you guys, but this looks like one shady motherfucker.
C.  North Korea fires on South Korea over a border dispute.

So let's start with my favorite Alaskan...other then Balto of course (can't believe you guys had to click that link).  Unfortunately I haven't had the opportunity to watch any of Mrs. Palin's reality show, but suffice it to say I'd rather not have my possible presidential candidates whoring themselves and their children out on reality television.  I mean is the women looking for a career in the White House or a career on the TV in my house?  

I'm not going to spend anymore time on Palin this week.  We've got more important things to talk about.

How about the TSA?  Which violation of privacy would you like to endure to get on an airplane?  I do understand that likely hood of getting radiation poisoning from these scanners is pretty much slim and none, with the extremely limited exposure that the average American has to the scans.  

However, based on the fact that there are some sicko's out there whacking it while looking at pictures of my junk, I'd really prefer it if they could prove that these scans are being deleted once they're examined for the purpose that they're taken.

I'm also going to take issue with the type of searches that people are going through when they opt out of the scanner.  Do we really need to feel up every Grandma and pregnant woman in that way?  Wouldn't a simple wand style medal detector be sufficient?  Maybe not, but these searches certainly seem to criminalize everyday citizens for the actions of the few.  I suppose in the grand scheme of things that's how stupid ass rules get made...thanks to stupid ass people.

Well while the TSA certainly won't cause the demise of society as we know it, Kim Jong-il might.  This crazy motherfucker is trying to start a war.

If you didn't know, North Korea (lead by Kim Jong-il) launched missiles into South Korea last week in a border dispute.  Honestly I'm not sure what the hell that means exactly, but apparently a couple miles of trackless jungle is worth the lives of innocent people...or at least it is for this crazy bastard.

I know it probably wouldn't do anything but make him into a martyr, but I really wish someone would assassinate this guy or something.  I swear I'd give a cookie for the effort.

Similarities are a little frightening here no?

Anyway, Happy Hump Day all.  

8 comments:

jaerose said...

Did everyone choose the pat-down over Thanksgiving so things would grind to a halt? That's what we heard on the news over here...Jae

The Bear Monk said...

Not according to the news here no. Apparently things ran pretty much smoothly. There were a number of protests though. Once guys actually went through in nothing but his undies and something written across his back.

Roxanne and Lorraine said...

I feel you on being completely unmotivated lately. And also not wanting Sarah Palin on my TV.

I came to read this after your plug about your post having pictures of Nazis. I had to see what the heck that was about.

Oh. I see. Nazis. Okay!

Happy hump day.
Lor

CkretsGalore said...

I'm right there with ya and the invasive pat downs/full body scans. Bring on the Thought Police. I'm glad our flight to Bahamas goes straight from Toronto to Freeport.

Sara said...

Oh, Sarah Palin. That whore.

I bet she would love patted down.

ThomG said...

I realize the need for security, but this is a violation of our rights as citizens of the USA.

jaerose said...

Thanks for following - we also saw some rather fetching 'fig leaf' underpants that apprently cover the essential bits under x-ray..considering getting a pair just in case..you never know when someone is watching...Jae

Sumit Sarkar said...

Congratz on your effort and revival...
:)