This Asshole Gave Me a Chuckle Today

Gruntessa and I took advantage of a break in the weather today and went for a little drive in the country. When we got back into town, I snapped this photo of some hippy clown’s Hyundai in a parking lot after laughing myself silly. I hope the idiot heard me.

Gruntessa: “What was the deal with the bumper stickers?”
Grunt: “I just had to snap a photo of that dude’s stickers. His level of internal conflict must be epic.
Gruntessa: “Because of the Darwin Critter?”
Grunt: “Right. Next to the Coexist and the Love-Not-War stickers, it makes quite a statement.”
Gruntessa: “You don’t believe in survival of the fittest?”
Grunt: “No, and I don’t think HE believes in survival of the fittest, either. Nothing says COEXIST like a theory that explains the existence of everything via perpetual war between the species and continuous death of all organisms that are inferior killing machines. It’s a brutal doctrine.”
Gruntessa: “Well, there’s another reason people put those stickers on their cars that doesn’t have anything to do with evolution.”
Grunt: “Yeah, I know. It says FUCK YOU, CHRISTIANS!”
Gruntessa: “Nobody knows how to preach love and coexistence like dem hippies!”

I prefer this one.

I prefer this one.

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For Those Who Gave All

And those still missing, who are known only to God.

We honor you, Gentlemen and Ladies. Forever.

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Indy 99: All Eyes Open for Airborne Cars

Being a Hoosier, born and bred, and having worked in the press box overlooking the finish line at the Indy Speedway, it goes without saying that I’ll be watching the 99th running of the race today. If you are so inclined also, here is a handy rundown from about the things unique to this racing season. Tops in everyone’s mind this year is probably the incidence of accidents due to problems with car body aerodynamics. Here’s what you need to know:

1. The No. 1 starting position has been good to pole-sitter Scott Dixon, whose only Indianapolis 500 victory came from this spot in 2008.

2. Simona de Silvestro and Pippa Mann are the only two women drivers in Sunday’s race. They will be looking to eclipse Danica Patrick’s record third-place finish by a female set in 2009.

3. The No. 3 is the most successful car numeral in Indianapolis history with 11 victories overall. That total includes two by Helio Castroneves, who again will have the number on his Chevrolet Sunday.

4. Speaking of Castroneves, another Indianapolis victory would be his fourth and move him into rarified company. He would join A.J. Foyt, Al Unser Sr. and Rick Mears as the only four-time winners. No other active driver even has two wins.

5. Five former winners qualified for Sunday’s race — Dixon (2008), Tony Kanaan (2013), Castroneves (2001, ’02, ’09), Juan Pablo Montoya (2000) and Ryan Hunter-Reay (2014).

6. The introduction of new aerodynamic body panels this year has produced mixed results thus far. In the season-opener on the street course in St. Petersburg, Fla., a piece of debris flew into the stands and fractured a woman’s skull. And things haven’t improved since the kits were used on the Indianapolis oval for the first time. Leading to …

7. After accidents that saw three drivers get airborne and a fourth wreck that seriously injured James Hinchcliffe, a feeling of apprehension hangs over the garage. IndyCar decreased boost and made the cars easier to handle, but there’s been minimal track time to see if those changes will make Sunday’s race any safer.

8. A Graham Rahal win would make him and father Bobby just the second father-son to achieve victory at Indianapolis. Al Unser Sr. won four times, while son Al Jr. won twice.

9. When it comes to Indianapolis car owners, Roger Penske and Chip Ganassi are unquestionably the measuring sticks. The two IndyCar titans have fielded cars that have combined to win nine of the past 15 races.

Read all of Jordan Bianchi’s Indy news items here.

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Not the Only Mystery


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Quote o’ the Day: Kevin D. Williamson

“And nobody in Waco gave any press conferences about the need to understand the legitimate rage of the poor white peckerwood dumbass class.”
Kevin D. Williamson, National Review
Hat tip: Chrissythehyphenated

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Gwyneth Paltrow is Wrong about Everything, Especially that Indonesian Douche

Avinash Ramsadeen [Fox News] – Timothy Caulfield, an expert on health law and science policy, is admittedly a pop culture fan, but his new book “Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?” rails against celebrity culture and its effect on our lives.

“Pop culture confuses and distorts health, lifestyle and happiness,” Caulfield, a professor at the University of Alberta told

Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jenny McCarthy have offered health advice on topics like juice cleanses and vaccines, while making claims that have raised eyebrows in the medical community. For example, Paltrow recently recommended that women steam their vaginas, a practice that Dr. Manny Alvarez, a gynecologist, said doesn’t have any real health benefits and could even be risky. Alvarez is the chairman of obstetrics and gynecology at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey, and senior managing editor at Read more at Fox News.

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The Naming of the Shrew

It’s a good thing. To call a fraud a fraud. Art above from the street genius of Sabo.

Also, Scooter Van Neuter graphically illustrates the shockingly low level of public trust in The Shrew, below. “I think the problem is she lies about everything. She’s a liar,” said one Democratic analyst, according to Scooter.
But there’s hope that she might become truthful eventually. Here she is, telling reporters that she may answer their questions, “some day.”

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