Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, Waco-based Baylor University is the oldest university in Texas and the largest Baptist university in the world.
Just when you think the entire next generation will be an army of Ayn Rand disciples with MBAs, there is a glimmer of hope that todays students won't turn into OTBL Dr.s Of Liberty.
"In 2004, Baylor Students for Social Justice founded the 1 John 3 Campaign as a response to social injustices it said were occurring at Baylor. The movement has a threefold mission: increase wages of Baylor employees to $10.29 an hour, provide employees with full medical benefits and allow employees to work a 40-hour week."
"Across the nation, campuses such as Stanford University and Harvard University are taking a stand against poverty. Baylor Students for Social Justice members said they believe that as a Christian university, Baylor has a moral duty to challenge social injustice."
Read more about what Progressives students or doing on Campus. The Baylor Lariate
at 6/24/2006 Posted by Andy Rand
Concerned that the Hudson Police Department would provide inadequate security for the OTBL Anti-Community Boobster Days Parade, OTBL has hired its own private police force.
After the parade, the Boobster Days Police will also be providing security at Hudson School Board meetings.
at 6/23/2006 Posted by Killbear Rapporter
"To succeed in the world, it is much more necessary to possess the penetration to discover who is a fool than to discover who is a clever man."
"An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea."
"An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it."
"Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin."
"What good fortune for governments that the people do not think."
Look at ya
Yeah, take a look in the mirror now tell me what you see
Another satisfied customer in the front of the line for the American dream
I remember when we was both out on the boulevard
Talkin' revolution and singin' the blues
Nowadays it's letters to the editor and cheatin' on our taxes
Is the best that we can do
Amerika v. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do)
"They may be with you for the first few bullets but they won't be there for the last tough battles."
-- Karl Rove, on John Kerry and John Murtha, Reuters, 6/13
"Unfortunately for the American military, Dick Cheney, Karl Rove and their merry band of draft-dodgers won't be with you for the first few bullets, the last tough battles, or anywhere along the way."
-- Christy Setzer, Communications Director, Senate Majority Project.
at 6/23/2006 Posted by Andy Rand
Mark Green … whose congressional office repeatedly requested and received skybox ticket freebies from convicted GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who has admitted to bribing members of Congress in exchange for official acts.
Mark Green … who continues to claim ignorance of the caucus scandal, when documents show Green as Caucus Chair of the Assembly Republicans and his staff both benefited from and were involved in the illegal campaign work done by state employees.
Mark Green … who destroyed all of his state electronic files and the files of an aide named in the caucus scandal when he left office in 1998.
Mark Green … who has stood by convicted former Assembly GOP Speaker Scott Jensen, even taking four tries to finally get the right answer on whether he’d pardon Jensen.
And Mark Green … who has spent a career taking campaign cash from the special interests – and giving them his votes in return.
Time and again, Mark Green has stood with the special interests – and against middle class and working families. Here’s just the tip of the iceberg:
MARK GREEN: BOUGHT AND SOLD BY BIG OIL:
Mark Green has taken $43,850 from Big Oil, including:
$3,500 from the Petroleum Marketers Association
$3,000 from the Society of Independent Gas Marketers
$2,500 from Koch Industries
$1,000 from Phillips Petroleum
$1,000 from Exxon Mobile
$1,000 from Valero Energy
$500 from Enron
$500 from BP
$500 from Occidental Petroleum
[Source: Center for Responsive Politics, http://www.opensecrets.org/]
Mark Green’s Votes for Big Oil:
·Stood with Big Oil, voting for a $500 million subsidy for the oil and gas companies [Source: HR5427, Vote 201, 5/24/06]
·Stood with Big Oil, voting for $5 billion in tax breaks, subsidies, and giveaways for Big Oil companies from tax bill [Source: HR4297, Vote #109, 4/27/06]
·Stood with Big Oil, voting to give billions to oil companies [Source: HR6, Vote #445, 7/28/05]
·Stood with Big Oil, voting against $15.5 million for energy efficiency [Source: HR2419, Vote #207, 5/24/05]
·Stood with Big Oil, voting repeatedly to allow drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska [Source: HR5429, Vote 209, 5/25/06]
·Stood with Big Oil, voting against cracking down on gas price gouging [Source: HR6, Vote #118, 4/20/05]
·Stood with Big Oil, voting to give $13 billion in tax breaks and spending to oil companies, voted for drilling in ANWR, and voted to promote offshore drilling [Source: HR4, Vote #320, 8/1/01]
MARK GREEN: BOUGHT AND SOLD BY THE BIG DRUG COMPANIES:
Mark Green has taken $22,000 from the pharmaceutical companies, including:
$500 from Aventis Pharmaceutical, Inc.
$9,000 from GlaxoSmithKline
$7,000 from Pfizer, Inc.
$5,500 from Eli Lilly & Co.
[Source: Center for Responsive Politics, http://www.opensecrets.org/]
Mark Green’s Votes for the Big Drug Companies:
·Stood with the Big Drug Companies, voting repeatedly against reimporting safe, affordable prescription drugs from Canada [Sources: HR2427, Vote 445, 7/25/03; HR1, Vote 668, 11/22/03]
·Stood with the Big Drug companies, voting to give away more $200 billion to the drug companies and HMOs [Sources: HR1, Vote 332, 6/27/03; HR1, Vote 669, 11/22/03]
·Stood with the Big Drug companies, voting against allowing the Secretary of Health and Human Services to negotiate lower prescription drug prices, against allowing drug reimportation, and against increased coverage for low-income seniors [Source: HR 1, Vote #668, 11/22/03]
·Stood with the Big Drug companies, voting against ensuring Medicare prescription drug coverage in rural areas [Source: HR 1, Vote #524, 9/30/03]
"Ayn Rand is the Thomas Kinkade of radical individualism, and radical individualism is as true to the way things are as a painting of Elvis on velvet."Gideon Strauss
Who's Thomas Kincade?
According to Wikipedia, Thomas KinkadeThomas Kinkade (born January 19, 1958 in Sacramento, California) is an American painter most widely known for his mass-produced prints. He is marketed as the "Painter of Light", a phrase he has trademarked.
Kinkade claims to be placing emphasis on the value of simple pleasures and that his intent is to communicate inspirational, life-affirming messages through his work. A self-described "devout Christian" (all of his children have the middle name "Christian"), Kinkade has said he gains his inspiration from his religious beliefs and that his work is intended to contain a larger moral dimension. Many pictures contain specific chapter-and-verse allusions to certain Bible passages. He has also depicted various Christian themes including the Christian cross and churches.
Ayn Rand [1905–1982] was an American writer born St. Petersburg, Russia. Her best-known novels include The Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged and The Virtue of Selfishness. In For the New Intellectual she summarized her philosophy, which she called “objectivism.” She is also a favored writer of those participating at the ontheborderline.net blog. The mission statement at OTBL states:
We aim to encourage the study, debate, discussion, and appreciation of the ideas of such pro-liberty thinkers as our "Big Seven": John Locke, Thomas Jefferson and the American Founding Fathers, Ludwig Von Mises, Ayn Rand, Frederic Bastiat, Adam Smith, Aristotle - and others.
Ayn Rand developed a cult following that persists today. The OTBL'ers are cult members. In his essay, The Unlikeliest Cult In History, Michael Shermer details the flaws in the Randian cultist. He writes:
"The cultic flaw in Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism is not in the use of reason, or in the emphasis on individuality, or in the belief that humans are self motivated, or in the conviction that capitalism is the ideal system. The fallacy in Objectivism is the belief that absolute knowledge and final Truths are attainable through reason, and therefore there can be absolute right and wrong knowledge, and absolute moral and immoral thought and action. For Objectivists, once a principle has been discovered through reason to be True, that is the end of the discussion. If you disagree with the principle, then your reasoning is flawed. If your reasoning is flawed it can be corrected, but if it is not, you remain flawed and do not belong in the group. Excommunication is the final step for such unreformed heretics."
Read Shermer's complete essay published in 2Think.org.
Here are some quotes by Rand as to her feelings about God and religion:
"The good, say the mystics of spirit, is God, a being whose only definition is that he is beyond man's power to conceive- a definition that invalidates man's consciousness and nullifies his concepts of existence...Man's mind, say the mystics of spirit, must be subordinated to the will of God... Man's standard of value, say the mystics of spirit, is the pleasure of God, whose standards are beyond man's power of comprehension and must be accepted on faith....The purpose of man's life...is to become an abject zombie who serves a purpose he does not know, for reasons he is not to question."
For the New Intellectual
"For centuries, the mystics of spirit had existed by running a protection racket - by making life on earth unbearable, then charging you for consolation and relief, by forbidding all the virtues that make existence possible, then riding on the shoulders of your guilt, by declaring production and joy to be sins, then collecting blackmail from the sinners."
For the New Intellectual---
Q: Playboy: Has no religion, in your estimation, ever offered anything of constructive value to human life?
A: Ayn Rand: Qua religion, no - in the sense of blind belief, belief unsupported by, or contrary to, the facts of reality and the conclusions of reason. Faith, as such, is extremely detrimental to human life: it is the negation of reason. But you must remember that religion is an early form of philosophy, that the first attempts to explain the universe, to give a coherent frame of reference to man's life and a code of moral values, were made by religion, before men graduated or developed enough to have philosophy. And, as philosophies, some religions have very valuable moral points. They may have a good influence or proper principles to inculcate, but in a very contradictory context and, on a very - how should I say it? - dangerous or malevolent base: on the ground of faith.
Playboy interview with Ayn Rand---
"Faith is the worse curse of mankind, as the exact antithesis and enemy of thought."
"God... a being whose only definition is that he is beyond man's power to conceive."
"Religion is a primitive form of philosophy, [the] attempt to offer a comprehensive view of reality."
Feb 1966 WMail Issue #5
Whatever they actually are -- or pretend to be -- over at the OTBL blog site, when they have those hot tub parties, there must be a mess of soggy fruitcake and abandoned nuts floating around the shallow end of the OTBL gene pool the morning after.
Wisconsinites will be voting on a State Constitutional "marriage" amendment on November 7th. The text of the amendment reads:
"Only a marriage between one man and one woman shall be valid or recognized as a marriage in this state. A legal status identical or substantially similar to that of marriage for unmarried individuals shall not be valid or recognized in this state."
According to Fair Wisconsin, an organization fighting to defeat the amendment, "a majority of Wisconsinites support civil unions, which could offer many of the rights of marriage to gay couples. Statewide polls have shown that around 60% of people in our state support civil unions or marriage for gay couples. If people support civil unions, they should oppose the ban. The ban could have a far-reaching impact beyond denying civil unions and marriage."
Check the Fair Wisconsin web site for more information on the amendment.
Wisconsin isn't the only state facing the constitutional amendment push by Republicans. (Can you say "wedge issue?") On the federal level, a proposed marriage amendment to the US Constitution was killed on June 7. The US Senate voted to kill the amendment which defined a marriage as a legal union between a man and a woman.
Numerous conservation groups are speaking up and opposing the Constitutional amendment initiatives. There are still "political" conservatives out there opposing "big government" initiatives like this. Remember when conservatives call for smaller government?
The Ludwig von Mises Institute is one such conservative group opposing these marriage amendments that would allow big government more control over an individual's life. The LVM Institute focuses on free-market, small-government, low-tax issues and is a favorite source of material posted on the www.ontheborderline.net blog out of Hudson. In fact, OTBL blogger Mark Pribonic had a recent article published on the LVM site.
In a current article posted on the LVM Institute web site, the author Gardner Goldsmith had this to say on the topic:
"Many conservatives favor its passage, which seems strange, because conservatives have often been defenders of small government, or less intrusive government. They recognize that government is an artifice which places in shadow our true interpersonal relationships. They do not want the state to be considered above God. Yet, they want to make sure that at marriage ceremonies, the licensed practitioner conducting the ceremony states "by the power vested in me by the state of…." It seems strange that any religious person would feel comfortable insinuating agents of the government in a holy ceremony, and leaving the definition of the word "marriage" in the hands of the government itself. Conservatives used to have a reputation for being skeptical of government."
Goldsmith's article raises some important points as to why Wisconsin's Amendment should be voted down. Read the entire article: Don't Let Government Define Marriage.
Come One, Come All to the Anti-Community OTBL Boobster Days in Hudson!!
June 29 - J.D. Salinger book burning at the Pathetic Public Library
June 30 - Neocon Pro-Business Rally at the Hudson Dog Track
July 1 - Contest: Most Hudson High School students smashed into a classroom
July 2 - Blogger Lager Garden
July 3 - Parade of Hudson Police and their OTBL Supporters
Don't miss all the FIREWORKS!!
at 6/22/2006 Posted by Killbear Rapporter
Dear Former Chief Trende,
Thank you for speaking up, but I don't think you can convert The Least Rev. Dr. Bill.
The fact that you suggest Dr. Bill participate in functions that benefit others indicates that you haven't fully explored or adaquately studied the luminous and voluminous scriptures of the Sacred Book of Bill (publisher OTBL). From my admittedly limited study of these scriptures, I made the observations.
Dr. Bill is a true believer in the Church of Any Rand Captialist Selfishness a "Church" whose greatest mortal sin is that of altruism. At the same time he distiquishes himself as a believer in a Diety. How he reconciles this obvious contradition is beyond me. (I guess hanging on the Cross for the sins of the world can be pretty egotistical and therfore selfish) Perhaps Dr. Bill's "Diety" is the one whose birthday we recently celebrated on June 6th 2006.
Rand therefore proposes two objections to the existence of God. First, belief in God degrades man, by positing something "higher" or more "perfect." Belief in God is anti-man. Second, there is no proof for the existence of God. While Rand would later emphasize the irrationality of belief in God, the impression from her writings is that her principal objection to belief in God was a moral or psychological one."
If it were only Dr. Bill and his OTBL coven who were promoting this philosophy, it would be a smaller matter for concern. But Dr. Bill is not alone. Disciples of St. Ayn are being appointed to some of the most powerful
offices in Washington. Take for example Christopher Cox, the new head of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Cox - a devoted student of Ayn Rand, the high priestess of unfettered capitalism.
To gain a greater incite into the psyche of OTBL's "spiritual" leader, I'd recommend the following
"Rand believed that individuals can rise to levels consonant with their developed abilities. When human beings relate to one another on the basis of these abilities, exchanging value for value, a benevolent harmony of interests becomes possible. When "need," rather than ability, becomes a criterion for the acquisition of values, it sets off a degenerative social process in which the "needs" of some place a moral claim on the lives of others. This is the evil of altruism, says Rand; it becomes a pretext for oppressing the most creative individuals in society." ~ Chris Matthew Sciabarra
This country was not based on selfless service, sacrifice, renunciation or any precept of altruism. It was based on a man's right to the pursuit of happiness - his own happiness. Not anyone else's. A private, personal, selfish motive.
More "Enlightenment form the "religion" of Dr. Bill.
Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand
And The Selfish Genius
at 6/21/2006 Posted by Andy Rand
Over at the www.ontheborderline.net blog site in Hudson, the name Steve Milloy and the term "junk science" are often used inCONjunction with phrases like "global warming," "green house effect" and various other terms related to understanding the challenges facing our global environment. Being pro-profit and anti-regulation, the OTBL'ers are regular lackeys for the likes of Steve Milloy who runs a web site (junkscience.com)and is a FOX News science "expert."
Who really is Steve Milloy? Here's a quote from the web site Info Pollution.com:
"Unsuspecting visitors might think that Milloy’s site is devoted to criticizing shoddy science, but they would be wrong. If you look at what he “debunks” you will find that the real criterion for deciding what is “junk science” is not the quality of the work, but the political agenda that it might support. Studies that support a right-wing agenda are endorsed, while studies that don’t are harshly criticized."
OTBL'ers swallow everything Milloy spits up. I counted 12 posts concerning Milloy and junk science. One of the large heads, I mean big thinkers, over there, Dr. Bil Danielson had this to say: "Just to make matters clear, we have this today from none other than Steve Milloy of Junk Science (the guy is right 99.75% of the time)"
Real scientists who practice the scientific method have reason to disagree with Milloy. He's heavily funded by large chemical and tobacco companies. For a look behind the smoke and mirrors of the junk science junk check out the May/June 2005 issue of Mother Jones. Also, the site mentioned above has some excellent, in-depth journalism correcting myths from Steven Milloy .
Isn't it interesting that two of the bigger contributors to the OTBL blog, Curt Weese and Chris Kilber, came up to New Richmond to address the school board. Almost daily I'm reading articles in the paper and news magazines about the need to more rigorous math and science curriculum and yet we have Chris Kilber's blog site insulting and demeaning the science community by publishing corporate-sponsored propaganda aimed specifically at undercutting the dedicated, rigorous work of scientists around the world. This is the same Chris Kilber who is a signer on a petition calling for the separation of school and state. This group believes:
"We believe parents, and not the state, should be in charge of their children's education. That control may take many forms and levels of involvement, but the state will never be part of the picture."
Does one really wonder what this group from Hudson is up to? Like Steve Milloy, the visitors from Hudson have an agenda. Their agenda has nothing to do with fixing anything related to the public school system. Like their hero Grover Norquist, they want to drowned public education. They are the sand in the Vaseline. Maybe the reason they are showing up in New Richmond is that Hudson ain't buying what they are trying to sell...
I don't think New Richmond is in Kansas yet...but we certainly don't want to go there either!
at 6/21/2006 Posted by JPN
New Census Bureau figures released today show Wisconsin's population is on the move. People want newer homes, bigger yards, lower taxes, and better schools... and it's bring more people to the suburbs. Cottage Grove and Verona in Dane County and Hudson in Saint Croix County were Wisconsin's biggest gainers with double digit growth in the last five years. Following these three locations, Sun Prairie, Elkhorn, New Richmond, Jackson, Holmen, Hartford, and Howard were top gainers as well. Wisconsin locations which lost the most people are Wauwatosa, Whitefish Bay, Brown Deer, Wisconsin Rapids, Shorewood, Ashwaubenon, Marinette, West Allis, Two Rivers, and Fox Point.
at 6/21/2006 Posted by Sunny Badger
GEORGE W. BUSH
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington , DC 20520
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
I was arrested in Kennebunkport , Maine , in 1976 for driving under the
influence of alcohol. I pled guilty, paid a fine, and had my driver's
license suspended for 30 days. My Texas driving record has been "lost"
and is not available.
I joined the Texas Air National Guard and went AWOL. I refused to take
a drug test or answer any questions about my drug use. By joining the
Texas Air National Guard, I was able to avoid combat duty in Vietnam
I graduated from Yale University with a low C average. I was a
PAST WORK EXPERIENCE
I ran for U.S. Congress and lost. I began my career in the oil
business in Midland , Texas , in 1975. I bought an oil company, but
couldn't find any oil in Texas . The company went bankrupt shortly
after I sold all my stock.
I bought the Texas Rangers baseball team in a sweetheart deal that
took land using taxpayer money. With the help of my father and our
friends in the oil industry, including Enron CEO Ken Lay, I was elected
governor of Texas .
ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS GOVERNOR OF TEXAS
I changed Texas pollution laws to favor power and oil companies,
making Texas the most polluted state in the Union . During my tenure,
Houston replaced Los Angeles as the most smog-ridden city in America . I
cut taxes and bankrupted the Texas treasury to the tune of billions in
borrowed money. I set the record for the most executions by any
governor in American history. With the help of my brother, the governor
of Florida , and my father's appointments to the Supreme Court, I became
President after losing by over 500,000 votes.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS PRESIDENT
I am the first President in U.S. history to enter office with a
criminal record. I invaded and occupied two countries at a continuing
cost of over one billion dollars per week. I spent the U.S. surplus and
effectively bankrupted the U.S. Treasury. I shattered the record for
the largest annual deficit in U.S. history. I set an economic record
for most private bankruptcies filed in any 12-month period. I set the
all-time record for most foreclosures in a 12-month period. I set the
all-time record for the biggest drop in the history of the U.S. stock
In my first year in office, over 2 million Americans lost their jobs
and that trend continues every month.
I'm proud that the members of my cabinet are the richest of any
administration in U.S. history. My "poorest millionaire," Condoleeza
Rice, had a Chevron oil tanker named after her. I set the record for
most campaign fund-raising trips by a U.S. President. I am the all-time
U.S. and world record-holder for receiving the most corporate campaign
donations. My largest lifetime campaign contributor, and one of my best
friends, Kenneth Lay, presided over the largest corporate bankruptcy
fraud in U.S. History, Enron.
My political party used Enron private jets and corporate attorneys to
assure my success with the U.S. Supreme Court during my election
decision. I have protected my friends at Enron and Halliburton against
investigation or prosecution. More time and money was spent
investigating the Monica Lewinsky affair than has been spent
investigating one of the biggest corporate rip- offs in history.
I presided over the biggest energy crisis in U.S. history and refused
to intervene when corruption involving the oil industry was revealed. I
presided over the highest gasoline prices in U.S. history. I changed
the U.S. policy to allow convicted criminals to be awarded government
contracts. I appointed more convicted criminals to administration than
any President in U.S. history. I created the Ministry of Homeland
Security, the largest bureaucracy in the history of the United States
I've broken more international treaties than any President in U.S.
history. I am the first President in U.S. history to have the United
Nations remove the U.S. from the Human Rights Commission. I withdrew
the U.S. from the World Court of Law. I refused to allow inspectors
access to U.S. "prisoners of war" detainees and thereby have refused to
abide by the Geneva Convention. I am the first President in history to
refuse United Nations election inspectors (during the 2002 U.S.
election). I set the record for fewest numbers of press conferences of
any President since the advent of television. I set the all-time record
for most days on vacation in any one-year period. After taking off the
entire month of August, I presided over the worst security failure in
U.S. history. I garnered the most sympathy for the U.S. after the World
Trade Center attacks and less than a year later made the U.S. the most
hated country in the world, the largest failure of diplomacy in world
I have set the all-time record for most people worldwide to
simultaneously protest me in public venues (15 million people),
shattering the record for protests against any person in the history of
I am the first President in U.S. history to order an unprovoked,
pre-emptive attack and the military occupation of a sovereign nation. I
did so against the will of the United Nations, the majority of U.S.
citizens, and the world community. I have cut health care benefits for
war veterans and support a cut in duty benefits for active duty troops
and their families-in-wartime. In my State of the Union Address, I lied
about our reasons for attacking Iraq and then blamed the lies on our
British friends. I am the first President in history to have a majority
of Europeans (71%) view my presidency as the biggest threat to world
peace and security. I am supporting development of a nuclear "Tactical
Bunker Buster," a WMD. I have so far failed to fulfill my pledge to
bring Osama Bin Laden [sic] to justice.
RECORDS AND REFERENCES
All records of my tenure as governor of Texas are now in my father's
library, sealed and unavailable for public view. All records of SEC
investigations into my insider trading and my bankrupt companies are
sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public view. All records or
minutes from meetings that I, or my Vice-President, attended regarding
public energy policy are sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public
review. I am a member of the Republican Party.
As a "compassionate conservative", I blamed the people of New orleans
for not evacuating the city quickly enough; I was on vacation and
wasn't aware of the danger; my friend the horse judge whom I appointed
head of the federal Emergency Management Agency called me a liar in
front of Congress and said he kept sending me reports of the flooding
which I ignored. But I have proof of my passionate conservatism: I
traded Sammy Sosa to the Cubs.
PLEASE CONSIDER MY EXPERIENCE WHEN VOTING IN THE 2006 MIDTERM
PLEASE SEND THIS TO EVERY VOTER YOU KNOW.
at 6/20/2006 Posted by EastWing
A read of this blog tipped me off to an interesting new book that is worth reading. The book, written by L. J. Sterling, is titled The Looting Of America. Some of the important questions this book addresses include:
Who is making money from the fake free-market dogma?
Who is making money from the war in Iraq?
Who is making money from the bogus tax cuts?
Who is making money from the huge budget deficits?
Who is making money from the government-is-evil doctrine?
Below are sites with additional information on the book. These sites also provide information on were you can purchase this book.
at 6/19/2006 Posted by EastWing
Do you see the world in two colors?
Is your head better suited for a hat rack than rationale thinking?
Did you get you head sunburned at the recent blog fest?
Can you hear your neighbors talking across the way about skunks without ever smelling any?
Have you ever had duct tape burns on your lips?
Did you record over the tape of your family's Disney vacation to video tape school board officials eating supper at the golf course?
Do you tell your family you're stepping out to get a copy of the Star-Observer, when you are actually going to anger management classes?
Do you like to bully those that don't agree with you?
Do you ever get the urge to pick up the phone and call people in the middle of the night that don't agree with you?
Do you get really mad reading the above questions?
If you said "that son of a bitch" to one or more of these questions, we have just the hat for you. These BLAB-certified roadkill skunk hats are just what you need. It's one thing to have absolutely no class when you go ballistic in public, but it's an entirely different matter to do it with a certain laissez-faire style. All the big thinking cult leaders and idols of your neighborhood borderline bloggers are wearing them.
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at 6/18/2006 Posted by Sunny Badger