Thursday, March 22, 2012

Duck If You're Wearing a Hoodie! 3/22/12


A Brief History Lesson for Redneck Morons…

Remember the good ol’ days when those negroes knew their place? Where whenever those race agitators came down here starting trouble we would form ourselves a posse and go “a regulatin’?” Yup, I reckon y’all miss them days just as much as the next Confederate flag waving Neanderthal, so what can we do?
Well, we’ve gotten so politically correct ‘round these here parts that you can’t even join a good, wholesome Christian organization like the Ku Klux Klan without  everyone being a cop and rattin’ you out to the FBI (that’s the Federal Bureau of Integration if ya ask me!). So why not rename our posse of right thinkin’ folks to a “Neighborhood Watch?” It sounds so much nicer don’t it? No one would ever go against the idea of folks just watchin’ the streets lookin’ for anyone who might commit a crime in our decent neighborhood. Crimes like wearing them skinny pants or a hoodie like the kids say these days, or talkin’ on one of them fancy, high falutin’ phones that take pictures.
So if you see a stranger, don’t forget to shoot first and ask questions later…especially if you find a dangerous bag of candy in his hand after you shoot him, he could have killed you with that!
Look, no one knows all the facts of the Trayvon Martin case, but even absent that, this is one of those times where the outrage is warranted. It shouldn’t be open season on kids walking around a neighborhood where no one knows them. No one should have to be stopped, followed or be made to feel like a criminal in any neighborhood, for any reason and certainly not by untrained civilians.
Do you know why us New York Pinko Liberals are so against that whole “stop-and-frisk” policy of the NYPD? Because the Martin case is the worst case scenario of what can happen when people who say they enforce the law, but don’t seem to actually know it, go unchecked. And this is also one of those times where protests occurring even outside of Florida because of this case, like the one held by the Occupy Wall Street protesters, is not people just blindly looking for an issue to yell about. Why? Because this could happen anywhere in America, so the population of the city of Anywhere, America has to respond.
So until George Zimmerman, whose mug shot looks like he’s just a parents-basement-dwelling, Star Trek-loving, wannabe cop that couldn’t quite pass the weight or psychological exams, even in a less than strict state like Florida, is arrested, then there really should be no peace.


Looks like the Knicks are Lin-ing once again. In what really was a must win for the Knicks last night they beat the conference leading Philadelphia 76’ers and now have the tie breaker should they have equal records at the end of the season. However, the emotional peaks and valleys of this season may take their toll on the team. This 5 game winning streak under new coach Mike Woodson can’t possibly last forever, so after they lose a few will everyone abandon the idea of them being a winning team? I hope not, because it looks like they are finally playing with heart.
Jeremy Lin continues to have steady games as their starting point guard, and I think it’s more than obvious that they have found their man at that position. Maybe he is not scoring 30 a game, but neither did John Stockton or Magic Johnson and I doubt they would be kicked off any team.

Oh wait, there was another story in New York Sports this week right? Imagine having the two biggest fan favorites with a limited body of work, Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow in the same city. It was only a dream until yesterday when the J-E-T-S JetsJetsJets! inexplicably decided to trade for Tebow. That should make Mark Sanchez happy, given his strong personality and all.
Seriously why would the Jets do this? Maybe because Tony Sporano is their new OC and he likes to run wildcat offensive packages. But even in Philadelphia where they had some success with this, Kevin Kolb was eventually traded. They already sell tickets, so the only reason would be to steal headlines from the NY Giants. That’s never a good reason to do anything.
Make no mistake, Tim Tebow is a great football player, but he is not an NFL quarterback yet. Anyone taking him would have to change their offense if they want him to start. But even in a limited role, he does bring a strong work ethic, leadership skills and a will to win that, let’s face it, the Jets were sorely lacking. I really like this guy, I wish him well.

Oh yeah…and Andy Pettitte is coming back, just in case anyone was living under a rock


An excerpt from an article in the Los Angeles Times on March 20,2012:

“Nokia is taking steps to make sure you never miss another phone call, text or email alert again: The company has filed a patent for a tattoo that would send "a perceivable impulse" to your skin whenever someone tried to contact you on the phone.
According to the patent filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the phone would communicate with the tattoo through magnetic waves. The phone would emit magnetic waves and the tattoo would act as a receiver. When the waves hit the tattoo, it would set off a tactile response in the user's skin.”

Ok and just what in the blue fuck is this? I thought big brother was supposed to force us into something this intrusive. It looks like we have become so stupid as a society we actually think this is cool.

1 comment:

  1. I think that Zimmerman needs to be in jail even just to calm everybody down

    I dont know about Tebow in NY but I herd he is in Hollywood now chillin' so if it's already going to his head he needs to remember that he is a BACKUP QB right now.

    That Nokia is some big brother shit right there