the Kommisariat's Kontinuing Kronicles: more right-wingery in the USA, 2k11-12

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can't believe jay batman returned and i was asleep ;_;

markers, Wednesday, 15 June 2011 19:29 (3 years ago) Permalink

wait, he got sb'd? ;_; rip lolz

markers, Wednesday, 15 June 2011 19:30 (3 years ago) Permalink

mod banned iirc

burberry kush (elmo argonaut), Wednesday, 15 June 2011 19:34 (3 years ago) Permalink

ah, thx -- goodnight sweet knight

markers, Wednesday, 15 June 2011 19:40 (3 years ago) Permalink

wanted to respond to this from the now locked og batman thread:

―! (Le Bateau Ivre), Monday, June 13, 2011 6:48 PM (2 days ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink

(Markers you magnificent bastard <3 If ever a gif was appropriate it's this one, made before this Batmeltdown on here)

―! (Le Bateau Ivre), Monday, June 13, 2011 6:49 PM

lmao <3 awesome move & full cred 2 u now and forever for bringing that image into a jb context

markers, Wednesday, 15 June 2011 20:23 (3 years ago) Permalink

It's not the founding fathers these dudes love, it's the romantic idea of the founding fathers, which absolves them of responsibility for the present. What did the founding fathers think about the income tax, health care, abortion, oil, war in the middle east, etc? Pretty much nothing.

Josh in Chicago, Friday, 17 June 2011 20:01 (3 years ago) Permalink

well hasn't that always been the thing with these dorks? strict constitutionalists that also like to bloviate about what the founders would have thought about modern developments. it's like one or the other, guys

all the pretty HOOSes (gbx), Friday, 17 June 2011 20:03 (3 years ago) Permalink

hitchens evisceration of mamets book is pretty good but even funnier than hitch's review are the actual quotes from the book, such as

"The BP gulf oil leak . . . was bad. The leak of thousands of classified military documents by Julian Assange on WikiLeaks was good. Why?"

☂ (max), Saturday, 18 June 2011 16:16 (3 years ago) Permalink

shockingly, wingnutdaily "op-ed" begins: "I know this sounds crazy."

Yet, all it would take is for one state to recognize that – real or fraudulent – the document he released affirms he does not meet the requirements of a "natural born citizen." In fact, he is a walking, talking, breathing example of what a "natural born citizen" is not – complete with the dual loyalties the founders feared.

June 18, 2011

reggie (qualmsley), Saturday, 18 June 2011 19:53 (3 years ago) Permalink

how are they going to fill a week, is my other question

everything they've listed so far could be knocked out in an afternoon

― anarcho-misogynist puppies (DJP), Wednesday, June 15, 2011 3:47 PM (3 days ago)

lets be fair given the parenting that leads to sending your kids to something like this odds are the kids will be a little slow

lemon kerrang! (jjjusten), Saturday, 18 June 2011 20:12 (3 years ago) Permalink

If I were as prone to sloganizing as Mamet, I’d keep clear of bumper-sticker comparisons altogether.

I wonder what a smart but mislead writer like Mamet thinks about being taken down by an equally smart writer who a) can't be easily dismissed as an idiot and b) can't be dismissed a mere ideological analog? I bet a Mamet response would be predictably bellicose, but surely he'd recognize, at least privately, that he just got his ass kicked in public.

Josh in Chicago, Saturday, 18 June 2011 20:24 (3 years ago) Permalink

otm and the moment I finished the Hitchens review I googled around to see if Mamet had responded. Hitchens was the perfect person to get to review that book.

Mordy, Saturday, 18 June 2011 20:32 (3 years ago) Permalink

Mamet is crazy and will continue to be crazy.

little mushroom person (abanana), Saturday, 18 June 2011 22:58 (3 years ago) Permalink

i know we have a lawless warmonger in office and all but that shit is hilarious

goole, Saturday, 18 June 2011 22:59 (3 years ago) Permalink

lmao <3 awesome move & full cred 2 u now and forever for bringing that image into a jb context

― markers, Wednesday, June 15, 2011 10:23 PM (4 days ago) Bookmark

<3 <3 <3! (Le Bateau Ivre), Saturday, 18 June 2011 23:13 (3 years ago) Permalink

complete with the dual loyalties the founders feared

Know what else the founders feared? Getting sick and going to the doctor and HAVING LEECHES SUCK OUT THEIR BLOOD. Also smallpox, scurvy, and baths.

Telephoneface (Adam Bruneau), Saturday, 18 June 2011 23:30 (3 years ago) Permalink

Get a life, lib dopes. There's nothing wrong with laughing at some well-written n|i|gger jokes.

Semper Fi!
BY PROUD CONSERVATIVE on 06/18/2011 at 17:56


chupacabra - a delicious burrito (DJP), Sunday, 19 June 2011 20:16 (3 years ago) Permalink

i'm more offended by the idea that the jokes were well-written

J0rdan S., Sunday, 19 June 2011 20:28 (3 years ago) Permalink

need to work on the drawn out end credits

reggie (qualmsley), Thursday, 23 June 2011 20:38 (3 years ago) Permalink

not interesting in and of itself, but evidence that the PUA-dudebro and basic 'conservative' webworlds are well connected

~edgy~ (goole), Friday, 24 June 2011 21:01 (3 years ago) Permalink

Why the hell would you link to that from a political blog and reference PUA unless you have some weird thing about women?

mh, Friday, 24 June 2011 22:02 (3 years ago) Permalink

The right has some weird thing about women.

phantoms from a world gone by speak again the immortal tale: (Jenny), Friday, 24 June 2011 23:34 (3 years ago) Permalink

What the hell?? John McCain blames the illegals for the wildfires in AZ...

Jesse, Saturday, 25 June 2011 14:44 (3 years ago) Permalink

The case centers around Giordano's owner John Apostolou, who was forced to give up his control of the pizza chain, which he's owned since 1988, after his businesses fell into $45.5 million worth of debt. The chain has been under bankruptcy protection since February, but Apostolou only lost control after he submitted some court filings in the style of the sovereign citizen movement. One filing declared that Apostolous and his wife are "American Freemen, free inhabitants of the Illinois state, and we find it impossible to obtain State declared Legal Tender at Law." They also said they don't believe in U.S. currency or the legal system, typical beliefs of sovereign citizens, who generally consider almost all branches of the U.S. government to be illegitimate.

☂ (max), Thursday, 30 June 2011 01:14 (3 years ago) Permalink


☂ (max), Thursday, 30 June 2011 01:14 (3 years ago) Permalink

when can we a pynchon book about these effing wackos

☂ (max), Thursday, 30 June 2011 01:14 (3 years ago) Permalink

I knew their pizza was wrong somehow!

mh, Thursday, 30 June 2011 05:44 (3 years ago) Permalink

What did people pay for their pizza with? Was it some kind of barter system?

textbook blows on the head (dowd), Thursday, 30 June 2011 06:47 (3 years ago) Permalink

omg Girodano's!

phantoms from a world gone by speak again the immortal tale: (Jenny), Thursday, 30 June 2011 11:19 (3 years ago) Permalink

so, reading into this a little, the pizza man, in dire straits, did some up some 'halp with taxes' searches on the internet, and ran into the sovereign dudes, and then hired one?

~edgy~ (goole), Thursday, 30 June 2011 13:13 (3 years ago) Permalink

yeah, seems like it

☂ (max), Thursday, 30 June 2011 13:22 (3 years ago) Permalink

iirc something similar happened to wesley snipes, though i dont think it was specifically a sovcit type

☂ (max), Thursday, 30 June 2011 13:22 (3 years ago) Permalink

You don't need to google the truth.

textbook blows on the head (dowd), Thursday, 30 June 2011 16:50 (3 years ago) Permalink


The rules set up by Mall of America officials for Sarah and Bristol Palin's book signing yesterday seemed to have been written in anticipation of an army of fans.

"'Camping out' is not allowed," the rules read. "Beginning at 5 a.m., guests will be allowed to line up."

But there was no teeming crowd of rabid Palinites at 5 a.m. And less than a half hour into the appearance of Bristol, Sarah, and Todd Palin, the crowd had dwindled to a trickle of latecomers.

Michael Bay, CEO of Transformers (Phil D.), Thursday, 30 June 2011 18:14 (3 years ago) Permalink

did some up some 'halp with taxes' searches on the internet, and ran into the sovereign dudes, and then hired one

what did he pay with? a hog? goods and services?

j., Thursday, 30 June 2011 18:14 (3 years ago) Permalink


phantoms from a world gone by speak again the immortal tale: (Jenny), Thursday, 30 June 2011 19:04 (3 years ago) Permalink

does he trade pizzas to his customers?

j., Thursday, 30 June 2011 19:58 (3 years ago) Permalink

sign me up for this pizza based economic model

brownie, Thursday, 30 June 2011 19:59 (3 years ago) Permalink

That will be a 50-pizza registration fee, please.

you're in the club and the light hits your ass like pow (Laurel), Thursday, 30 June 2011 20:00 (3 years ago) Permalink

do you take calzones

brownie, Thursday, 30 June 2011 20:02 (3 years ago) Permalink

What are you, some kind of foreigner?

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 30 June 2011 20:04 (3 years ago) Permalink

From one of the first comments:

I've considered myself a Libertarian for many years, but have to say that I found their views a bit extreme. I didn't know that there were some branches of Libertarianism that were against government regulating food or medicine safety.

iow, I've been calling myself a libertarian because it sounds nice, but I have never taken the slightest effort to discover what "libertarian" might mean.

Aimless, Friday, 1 July 2011 18:51 (3 years ago) Permalink

when I was in high school, there was maybe a 15-minute window where I thought the concept of libertarianism was worth investigating; those 15 minutes ended when I realized the person I was discussing this with was a disenfranchised just-slightly-short-of-being-racist douche who considered the Civil Rights Act to be an overreach of government

DJP, Friday, 1 July 2011 18:55 (3 years ago) Permalink

I think that anyone who is an actual Libertarian has to think that! The rest are just enthralled with the romanticism of some ideas, imo

mh, Friday, 1 July 2011 19:02 (3 years ago) Permalink

whenever i take that "political compass" test (something i've been doing for what seems like decades now), i wind up deep in left/libertarian territory, between the little "dalai lama" and "nelson mandela" dots.

Economic Left/Right: -4.88
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -5.69

this inclined me, once upon a time, to think that i might actually be a libertarian. at least until i found out what actual, real-world "libertarians" were all about. now i have no home. :(

And the piano, it sounds like a carnivore (contenderizer), Friday, 1 July 2011 19:08 (3 years ago) Permalink

come on yall, there is such a thing as left libertarianism

BIG HOOS aka the steendriver, Friday, 1 July 2011 19:10 (3 years ago) Permalink

how did we (i) miss this turn of events

no need to click really.

goole, Friday, 30 January 2015 22:34 (3 months ago) Permalink

Now that ILX has reached Taki Mag, we should really look at winding the whole thing up - job done, everybody, job done.

Andrew Farrell, Saturday, 31 January 2015 08:47 (3 months ago) Permalink

two more articles about the new weird right! they're everywhere

Black Sun Rising
Today’s New Right and techno-futurist circles are echoing the unorthodox beliefs of Nazi cosmologists.

A beginner's guide to the Redpill Right
The gnostic paradox of young, tech-savvy traditionalists, who see through everything except their own conspiracy theories

goole, Saturday, 31 January 2015 16:50 (3 months ago) Permalink

from the article praising ann sterzinger:

Indeed, if you scrubbed her name off NVSQVAM and The Talkative Corpse (we’ll ignore her freshman novel, the entertaining misfire Girl Detectives), you’d have a hard time even telling Sterzinger is a woman. Not only is her prose crisp and funny, her subject material is a complete 180 from the whiny navel-gazing that most female writers puke out.

#Research (stevie), Sunday, 1 February 2015 11:12 (3 months ago) Permalink

^^ Haha, I almost c&p'ed that exact quote to note that it's nice to reach a point in any essay where you know you can stop reading.

Οὖτις Δαυ & τηε Κνιγητσ (Phil D.), Sunday, 1 February 2015 14:45 (3 months ago) Permalink

'tis a tragic thing to be praised by shitheads. ann deserves better.

Aimless, Sunday, 1 February 2015 19:04 (3 months ago) Permalink

I read the comments and I only have myself to blame.

tokyo rosemary, Sunday, 1 February 2015 21:12 (3 months ago) Permalink

Welcome to ILX. Your talent, occasional public nudity and strong opinions will be no more welcome here. There will be a thread, one day, entitled 'Sterzinger Sterzinger Sterzinger' in which someone posts a picture of 'Mein Kampf' as the final word on two years of what you thought were provocative and interesting contributions. Turn, leave, go now!

― Momus (Momus), Friday, July 4, 2003 7:24 PM (11 years ago)

1staethyr, Sunday, 8 February 2015 07:01 (3 months ago) Permalink

1 month passes...

CONCORD - Fourth graders from Lincoln Akerman School in Hampton Falls received a warm welcome at the State House last Thursday. They and their teacher, James Cutting, were guests in the Gallery.

That reception quickly turned chilly as students got a glimpse of the cold, harsh realities of politics in the Granite State.

In the spirit of learning by doing, students drafted a bill to learn the process of how a bill becomes law. They proposed House Bill 373, an act establishing the Red Tail Hawk as the New Hampshire State Raptor. Even though it passed through the Environment and Agriculture committee with a majority vote, some representatives were far from receptive.

Rep. Warren Groen, a Republican from Rochester said, "It grasps them with its talons then uses its razor sharp beak to basically tear it apart limb by limb, and I guess the shame about making this a state bird is it would serve as a much better mascot for Planned Parenthood."

NH1 spoke with Groen over the phone on Thursday afternoon. Click here to listen to the interview with Groen.

That comment, considered offensive by many, was made while the fourth graders sat, watched and listened. The tough lesson didn't end there.

Rep. John Burt, a Republican from Goffstown said, "Bottom line, if we keep bringing more of these bills, and bills, and bills forward that really I think we shouldn't have in front of us, we'll be picking a state hot dog next."

In a 133-to-160 vote lawmakers killed the bill and perhaps the civic enthusiasm of some 9-and-10-year-olds.

Οὖτις Δαυ & τηε Κνιγητσ (Phil D.), Friday, 20 March 2015 14:10 (2 months ago) Permalink

i lol'd

what a bastard

goole, Friday, 20 March 2015 16:34 (2 months ago) Permalink

1 month passes...

"Google the name dresh."

lol okay i did now what?

Is It Any Wonder I'm Not the (President Keyes), Tuesday, 12 May 2015 11:49 (1 week ago) Permalink

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