you'll get my carbon credits when you pry them out of my cold dead paypal account

This week was remarkable for the many ways the fraudulent left were exposed for the elitist racist jerks they actually are. these are people who are so rich they can insulate themselves from the dopey policies they want to foist onto us proles in middle 'merica.

Live Earth, the prelude to the shakedown, is a dream come true for anyone who wanted the liberal left exposed and televised in living color. Theres been a million funny hypocrisies to examine here starting with the obvious that the extravagant lifestyles the elite lead, both entertainers and politicians, leaves a carbon footprint you can see from pluto.

i don't care that they are richer than God until the super rich tell us mere mortals to live like the truly poor while exempting themselves. but wait, their careers require this, right? and and and look at all the good they are doing by pole dancing for the polar ice caps! Madonna even wrote a SPECIAL SONG thus doing her part to offset the 23 billions of gas units she emits.

nobody on the stage ever talked about stopping touring or leaving their hollywood gigs for a job that didn't contribute to global warming on such a monsterous scale. and did you know they had yousef whoever who used to be cat stevens educate us on what we should be doing? this guy who called for a fatwah on salman rushdie on TV? i guess it makes sense, one less writer=less carbon emissions.

it was fun to read the commentary on the internet trashin' out Live Earth. some of the best stuff came out of the UK and austrailia which isnt surprising since they are far better at creating cinematic art than the dolts in hollywood. it must've been annoying to suffer these fools. and, they rightly recognize that Islam presents a greater threat to the planet than your SUV and incandescent light bulbs. i imagine seeing their neighborhoods go wahabi crystallizes and prioritizes like nothing else.

i must've missed the concert against saddam burning all those oil wells polluting the air, saddam the largest killer of birds in all of history (by burning up migrating birds) and poisoning the wetland areas they counted on in their long journey. which is weird since rachel carson is a liberal demi god for bringing DDT to an end, saving the birds, but condemning millions in africa and other equatorial nations to death by malaria. let's see, save the birds, kill the black and brown people. but it wasn't that simple...see the bird kill was overuse of the DDT and could be managed to minimize environmental damage. but the africans never had a chance cause it was banned outright.

what was the point of the LiveEarth concert? to raise awareness? the point of the concert was to raise awareness of the megalomanics performing. in fact a "cause" is merely a vehicle for which compassion can be demonstrated by the most narcissistic people on the face of the earth.

they have a 7 point plan they want US, read: us in the USA, to pledge we will meet personally. if everybody in 'merica does that it wont matter because China is coming on strong. right behind them? India. Oh, and these people lovers don't want africa to follow in our footsteps. so, china and india are excluded but these poor guys in Africa got to be kept down. these are the people who decry "racism" when they are the poster children for racism.

don't believe it? then how about this other lovely tidbit from the week: Vanity Fair's "Africa" issue.

on the eve of the planet saving narci-fest, i stood in line at the book store looking at the current copy of Vanity Fair with a photo of Madonna (planetary savetress and the final performer at LiveErp) and Maya Angelou (poet-laurate, wisewoman). the issue was about Africa. there was an alternative cover too. this one had leonardo di caprio with Djimon (?), the black actor that was in gladiator. Leo was full frame and the other guy was half off the page. now, vanity fair is helmed by liberal activist editor graydon carter, the elitist anti-america butt kissing celeb worshipper. and he has offered us a breathtaking view of the limo left in a single shot.

elitists show their true face when you see a fake-british-speaking pop star included with the portrait of maya on this very important issue on africa. why werent the elegant residents of the actual continent on the cover? why not Maya on her own? surely her resume trumps madonna's. and since libs think you cant comment on anything unless you live it, then i say being black like maya gets her closer to africa than madonna therefore making madonna completely superfluous. but remember! the real point of the cause is too showcase the compassion of the celebrities, just like Live Earth.

this photo tells me that the makers of this magazine think an issue is not important unless some rich, and in this case white, celebrity signs on and implores the broke ass everday working guy american to pony up for the sorrows of the world to balance out all the bad shyt they do like breathe.

how insulting is it to see that a scholar and class act like maya angelou still has to pose with an aging white pop tart to sell a magazine. if they didnt believe that they wouldn't print it. these are the people who instruct us on racism! whos the biggest name on that magazine? it's Bono! the image itself is irritating...what is Madonna doing? giving Maya a blown kiss to bestow upon her the supreme benevolence of attention and concern from the Great One Who Comes Down Off Her Mirrored Cross To Care About Africa By Posing For Yet Another Photo?

remember after katrina when the celebrities manned the phone lines so they could take the offerings of everyday people in 'merica. how much more effective, less bloated and bureaucratic would it have been to simply write a check?

it would have been SO much more simple, BUT IT WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN TELEVISED!

How many refugees from Darfur do you think could fit into Leo's house here, and er, what kind of carbon footprint do you think running this place leaves? you think he pays more for pool chemicals then say, the 13K al gore spends a month on his electric bill? On just one of his houses?

Its time for us dogs and horses and bulls and other barnyard animals to get revolutionary and get the Animal Farm back from these pigs. and i think the tide is turning against these phony marxist pricks. i really do!

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Blogger kate said...

I watched long enough to see the cry out to corporations to teleconference... 3 people teleconferencing instead of flying to a meeting is equivalant to taking one car off the road for a year. (I am paraphrasing) It made me almost gag. I remember a time Bush was heckled at a meeting in Delaware for taking Airforce One from DC to Wilmington for a 20 minute speaking engagement on environmental issues. The distance between Wilmington, DE and Washington, DC is 99.0 miles!

Its the holier than thou attitude I cant take.

3:17 PM  
Blogger iamnot said...

Em, uh, I'm not sure how to say this....I think I love you!

Seriously, you're right on, except I don't necessarily share your optimism.

3:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I did my part yesterday. By the grace of God who rained out a Friday night race, there were 2 NASCAR races to watch yesterday! I had every tv in the house on, and in between races, I cranked up my gas powered chainsaw and cut down 4 trees that were blocking my view of the new Super Wal-Mart they are building down the street. Yesterday was a great day to be on the planet earth I must say. Oh yea, I also had like 7 beers out of fine aluminum cans!

4:14 PM  
Blogger Little Lamb said...

No meme? Only 2 people did it so far.

5:26 PM  
Blogger Aunty Belle said...

Hoo-doggie! Ya' done said it true...these foul freaks despise us peons out heah in the real world.

But on real serious topic--Malaria, Aunty knows a bit. First youse right, but even more'n ya' know. The passive genocide against Africa is the unwritten story. The libs, under cover of the environment, are in Margaret Sangers camp: kill off the "undesirable" races.

Malaria is easily stopped with use of small amount of DDT...but the poor Africans are prohibited from buying it on any scale--says who? Why, WHO of course. And the UN--check out the Rio declaration of 1992, check the damn "Earth Charter"--this environmental crap has one real purpose: to reduce us human to manageable numbers--all the better for the globalists to keep tabs on us....and to hoard the resources for themselves.

Looky, think on this :What continent has the tons of natural resources still untapped? And West Africa has a heap of bauxite (aluminum fer buildin' aircraft) and uranium....figger it out.

Yep, yore PopTart and her minions is idiot dupes bein' used fer a ver nefarious purposes...come se mah BACK porch fer more on this topic.

6:00 PM  
Blogger Pete Bogs said...

I am not convinced on the racism front... I can't see celebrities playing for a cause being more racist than the "it's our country" attitude some people have about immigrants... I'm talking about the likes of Michael Savage, who doesn't just want them to come here legally, he wants them to stay in there own countries... if we'd all stayed in our own countries we'd be speaking the king's English right now...

there is definitely some self-righteousness involved there, however... every time I see Bono's bespectacled noggin I just want to smack it... and Cat Stevens? I dedicated an entire post to trashing his ass...

that Madonna (used to call her Magina) pic is right out of Hustler...

anon - I saw your brethren watching NASCAR in MY Irish pub Saturday night, goddammit... every time there was a wreck, and there were plenty, they started up with their hootin' and hollerin'... hey Cletus, go to Hooters why don't you? or one of the many, many designated sports bars that seem to be popping up everywhere... don't bring down culture with a lack of it... I am going to start cutting down rednecks with a chainsaw if they talk loudly while I'm listening to live Irish music again... see what you did, She? you got my blood all stirred up and prejudiced...

6:01 PM  
Blogger boneman said...

It's hard to land on WHAT you're saying here.
I really can't tell.
You're upset that the G 8ers are demanding we pollute less?
Or are y'all hollerin' 'cause gore uses a lot of energy, too?
(my ex sister in law, a hard core no-nuker) was part of the groups in Indiana that stopped two nuclear energy units from continuing. Then she went home to her air conditioning, her bose record player (it was a few years ago...she has a bose cd player, now) and lordknows how many other electrical equipted crap....
That is confusing to a simple man like m'self.

I like the tech stuff to play with, communicate and all, but, not at the expense of mankind's future.

So, here we are in the US, burning tons of fuel to go to events, racing, sports, political thingies, even blogger parties, but, how can we respond to the fact that we dump billions of tons into the air with the events?

You do see why I'm confused, don't you?
You almost seem to be saying that since it's being done by one side, the other side should be able to do it without harrassment.
I'm of the mind that both sides (and since you're touting right against left) are wrong as fire and brimstone rain.

But then, we put those weasels in charge of themselves, didn't we?
(yes, YOU AND I, because BOTH sides are at fault)

But, you also seem to graze on the politics of it, and right there I can say this.
Any flippin politician that seves a third and more term is ripping us all off, and I mean in more than just a money way.

They (professional politicians) have a death grip on this nation like it has never seen before. A revolution couldn't break it. And, though it may sound somewhat paranoid....I don't doubt for a minute the whoever is in office would send in the tanks just as quickly as China did in Tianemen Square (pass on the spelling chex, cause m'fingers are a flyin' now...)

In fact....watch as my new found quieter self winds down and starts typing slower and breathing...breathing...breathing.

and, goes away now cause the dogs (who are at home while I be playin' with yet another energy sucking device when I should be feeding them....) need me to come home.

6:18 PM  
Blogger she said...

starting from the bottom:

boney: i found someone who said it better than me:

..."Global warmings and coolings brought on throughout the eons by the variations of the sun and earth's mutable astrophysics as it sails through the galaxy -- but since the 19th century onward the climate shifts became a personal, and now a mass, psychological affliction. If the earth is offended and in some way vengeful (a la paganism), it could exact no greater recompense than by unleashing such an astronomically irrational legion of emotional and self-absorbed devotees. The sustainable asphalt of hell is paved with noble intentions."

pete: racism on big scale. application of bullsyht western guilt restraints on developing nations. tokenism. viewing EVERYTHING through the monocle of race instead of the individuality of a nation, or a person.

bogshond i do remember your dig on cat. i mean, come on. he is going to tell us how it is? when hell freezes over!
looks like tipper got over her aversion to explicit rock lyrics.

i think "anon" made that up. it sounds like the humor of a friend of mine..but i could be wrong. *nephew? is that you?*

aunty: the best thing we could do for our planet is to kill the TV's!

how about this from the President of the Czech Republic wrote in the June 14 issue of Financial Times:

“As someone who lived under communism for most of his life, I feel obliged to say that I see the biggest threat to freedom, democracy, the market economy and prosperity now in ambitious environmentalism, not communism. This ideology wants to replace the free and spontaneous evolution of mankind by a sort of central (now global) planning.”

lamby i DID do it. you missed it. it is

6:40 PM  
Blogger Aunty Belle said...

Fer yer amusement, John Edwards new
abode--footprint is bigger than Algore.

6:51 PM  
Blogger boneman said...

....you do realize that it WAS a van Gogh, yes? I've been having fun dragging those ol' vincent pix out'a my personal archives. The hat sang to me as soon as I saw it.

About the global warming shtuff....yeah.
I not only agree that it is a natural occurence, but that it is also a (stupidly) political hot button topic.
On the other hand, the thing about nuclear is it stays bad for tens of thousands of years. It is bad.
And this nation is about to crack open the restraints on it in a big way.

6:51 PM  
Blogger she said...

iamnot: i'm thrilled!

i wasnt all that optimistic either until i started reading world papers on live earth. writers on other continents are way more free to make fun of our liberal icons since they arent around to be called haterbigotracistcapitalist by the speech police without ever having any of their actual points addressed.

kate: i know i know. but the exciting thing is how many people were disgusted, including rock stars who refused to participate it was so grotesque. grherha! i saw the photo! i cant wait to make you a hypnotiq martini!

6:53 PM  
Blogger she said...

anon: i know who you are!i saw you on my spy-cam-bot.

grrherherhaha! that was funny. you might have added the bit about running the sprinkler all day during the drought and building your mammoth sculptures with styrofoam. get a blog!

6:56 PM  
Blogger puerileuwaite said...

I agree 100%. That is why I'm willing to share with you (and you alone) my secret plan.

I will attain incredible wealth and celebrity through my blogging. Then, once I am embraced by these phonies, I shall destroy from within.

When I am at their homes, I'll secretly unplug their appliances. Then I'll drink their expensive booze and replace it with Trader Joe's hooch. When I find out their going on a trip, I'll call ahead and cancel their private jets.

Finally, I'll embark on a mass media campaign to tell everybody that Al Gore DIDN'T invent the Internet.

Mission accomplished, I'll retire to a private island and invite only my blog buds. You can be my Mary Ann.

8:23 PM  
Blogger Aunty Belle said...

Huh? Puerile, mayhap our SHE is more of a Ginger.

5:20 AM  
Blogger she said...

peurileuwaite: i found the BEST quote of all that speaks to your comment:

...."the irony of this concert is amazing. If Gore unmasked and said "See what idiots entertainers are?" at the end of the day, it would comprise the most significant performance art piece ever performed. "

maryanne or ginger? try missus richard howell the third! (without the dopey sandals)

aunty? ginger? ginger??!!??!!

6:39 AM  
Blogger Bird said...

whoa dog! this be you all over! hee hee.

i've gotta flap away and torture young minds, so will have to come back to reread and comment.

but one little question for now:

how do you define the "elite?" i've never been sure what the conservative side considers "the elite."

sometimes that means academia & that would be me then, i suppose, though i am certainly not elite.

sometimes elite means the wealthy - but only wealthy folks who are liberal -so that would exclude Cheney, Bush, et al...

so who are "the elite" and what is the criteria to be "elite"?

7:56 AM  
Blogger she said...

boydie! your question is so good it should be an entire new post. but in a nutshell, everyday liberal americans are not who i am talking about here. in my personal life and my professional life most of the people i interact with call themselves liberal. that isn't who i am addressing here.


elites are seriously removed from the reality of everyday people, and are insulated from the stupid things they advocate by virtue of their wealth or position. elites are people with an attitude that they are so superior and evolved that they should make policy for the rest of us, while exempting themselves because of their special status.

an example i remember: rosie o donnell is for gun control...actually outright banning of firearms for citizens. the question was asked "but don't your bodyguards have guns?" and she said that was different because she was a public figure.

elites think that because they made a movie in Africa that they are qualified to make foreign policy for that nation

elites express concern for a certain cause but don't actually spend any considerable portion of one's personal time, effort, or wealth to help them.
hence the "katrina" syndrome. they think their FACE is the contribution.

much more.

yes people on the right can be elitist. but they are less likely to set up a televised narci-fest.

and, imporant to note: wealth itself does not make one an elitist. its an attitude not a symptom.

9:06 AM  
Blogger boneman said...

and, on the lighter side of the news...we break to boneman, our Man on the Street........

"boneman, are you there?"

"Yes I am, berry. although some of the crow sez differently."

"So, how did you finally break the code and join us in the 21st century with an avatar?"

"well, berry, I'm glad you asked that.
/t helped me by pointing to the calander and saying, isn't it about time"

"boneman, that ain't actually true, is it?"

"well, no. but he did help me by getting me to the right question box."

"OK, well, then. There you have it."

"Thanx, berry, and thanx, /t. back to you at the station."

3:22 PM  
Blogger Little Lamb said...

Now I remember. I even posted in that one. You don't like brussel sprouts.

4:20 PM  
Blogger she said...

boney! i am so pleased for you. i was surprised you didnt have your avatar considering how well you have managed the you tube thing. making movies, having the type scroll over them, making the original music and then adding the soundtrack.

hoo-rah for the man in the street.

4:25 PM  
Blogger Aunty Belle said...

Hooowwwl!! I KNEW that Ginger thang would rile ya' SHE-pup. Anybody who looked over at Chicory knows youse a Maryann...graciousm Lil' Pup, Aunty is funnnin' ya'...we knows ya disdain all that fakery.

Boney--yeah! Man in the Street. Thanky to /t.

On elite, well, I may speak heresy here, but elite ain't no dirty word is it? Some elites are good--when they use their elitism (education, atheletics, arts, finance, etc.) the elite who use their elitism to be jerks, to be world class hypocrites...those elites is vermin. They you and me need their condecending "help" while they live as if we's their pets.


4:42 PM  
Blogger she said...

lamby: that's right. and you know what else? #9 i hate those stiff plastic containers that grocery stores put pie in. you can never open one up without every one in the house knowing you are back for another piece no matter how quiet you try to be.

aunty: i understand the distinction.

6:22 PM  
Blogger X. Dell said...

Humm. Those are quite the strawmen you got set up.

7:07 PM  
Blogger X. Dell said...

I gues I should have made that last comment with a smile:-)

7:08 PM  
Blogger she said...

xdell: well, yes! a smile tacked on the end of that comment doesn't hurt. of course i disagree with you. in the absence of specific charges i will assume the position of strawdog for now.

5:50 AM  
Blogger X. Dell said...

Fair is fair.

8:43 AM  
Blogger ArtfulSub said...

I love you! That's all I have to time to say right now.


1:25 PM  
Blogger the.red.mantissa said...

ok. i'm here. light .... and dark.

first ... the light ...

so true. yet another venue for the narcisstic megalomaniacs to get noticed. perhaps i just doan git it and i should jest shut up, but .... i wonder ... and i gots to aks ...

why not put the picture of an AFRICAN on the cover of a magazine that purports to feature article on africa? oh, ptosh! because the whole thing's got little to do with africa, silly! sheesh, catch up, will ya.

ok. er ... excuse me while i converse with my other selves. hahaha.

ok. yeah. i agree. its all BS. all a bunch of wannabees just gettin their ugly mugs on the telly. that's all.

now ... the dark ...

i find must tell you, tho ... one side of my mouth does have this strangely, metallic sardonic taste in it after reading this post. particularly considering the fact that i have just come from reading your post on the 4th of july parade. strawmen. strawdawg. perhaps.

i wonder ... what's the point of noting all this that you've ranted about in your post? its not like anyone really does give a shit about the environment ... c'mon now, admit it. we will destroy this planet b4 we really start to realize what we've done. that's my fatalist perspective on this.

particularly now that being 'green' (ie environmentally friendly) has become the latest fad, along with ipods and flip flops. oh yeah, and its become a really great way to rip people off and make profits in the process.

i'm waiting patiently (i feel like i'm waiting for godot) for the day when all these dumbasses the world over will start to listen to david suzuki and others ... will start to figure out that the reason their fucking houses are falling off of precipices, falling down mountainsides, why their tiny existences have been deluged with great floods ... has all to do with HUMANS and the destruction they've unleashed on the land. all around the world.

sure forces of nature have exerted their influence since the universe began. however, humans now have become the single most destructive force of nature the universe has ever known. we are jest some greedy insatiable bastards that don't know when to stop!

some fucking concert does jack shit for the earth or for any cause other than the cause of fame. as does sticking our heads in the sand and saying, oh well, who cares - look ma, china isn't doing his homework for the earth and the human race ... so fuck this shit, i won't either. i am so tired of hearing that cop out.

(sorry if the tone was harsh ... i'm pissed off on behalf of mother earth ...)

and now some more light ...

i noticed today that the central public library shut their escaltors off today (its hot as hades here). its all about conserving ... particularly on hot days ... when hydro usage might be higher d/t AC usage ... why have these hulking machines that just generate more heat ... and then use up hydro to remove said heat from the inside air?

i thought that was tres cool.

its all about the small things. that anyone can and should do. regardless of who and how many are watching.

ok. here's me getting off mah soap box.


2:21 PM  
Blogger she said...

xdell: okay

artfulsub: welcome to the yard! and thank you.

red: wait now. my point about china isnt "because they are going to do whatever/however they need to to advance their nation" does not mean i am advocating doing nothing.

i am saying the performers and spokespersons at LiveEarth were telling everybody if you do this this and that we can save the planet. it was so weirdly simplistic and painfully western in its outlook.

a great example is the compact flourescent light they are advocating:

Highly efficient fluorescent light bulbs are widely touted as environmentally friendly, but they have created a recycling headache for the Environmental Protection Agency and local governments.

More often than not, their toxic ingredients simply end up in landfills, where the chemicals can leach into soil and water and poison fish and other wildlife.

The bulbs contain mercury and should not be tossed in the trash as are regular light bulbs.

"They're very efficient, but once they're used up, they become a ticking toxic time bomb," said Leonard Robinson, chief deputy director of the California Department of Toxic Substances Control. "They need to be captured and recycled."

so what live earth does is give lots of ideas of actions to take where the principle outcome is to make the participant feel good about themselves!

"im saving the planet"

you know what i think is cool? somebody like an ed begley jr who lives it everyday. and if all these stars would just do it and shut up i would be so much more "inspired".

it was astounding to see them rail on the corporations in a sea of corporate labels. who made those giant speakers and lights and the tractor trailers that brought them to the venue? the keebler elves? no some dirty corporation. some evil business!

you should know from visiting chickory that i love the land. and i think i am a great steward of that land. i do what i can. but i sure as hell wouldnt tell some developing nation what energies should or should not be available to them.

so good to see you!!! and you hit on the central point:


right on.

3:02 PM  
Blogger foam said...

just poppin in to say hi.
only managed to read half way through.
i'll try to be back latter.
my mom fell a few days a go and i've been pretty busy with that stuff.

5:25 AM  
Blogger Infinitesimal said...

Hear Hear!!!
stands up and whistles...

I could not agree more.
I have no idea what you are referencing as to Africa, so i should follow the link, but let me tell you

I did not watch one minute of that crap.

I just knew it would irritate me.
I cannot stand Madonna.

That open crotch picture of her that you posted should be placed in the dorms of catholic schoolboys as an alternative to saltpeter!


Bono is a total dip too, he has too much money to know what is going on.

Remember Achtung Baby?
Biggest celebration of waste ever. The whole tour was a point on excess. In that he reveled in it.
Or maybe that was Zooropa
or some other glammed out loser tour...
I lost track of U2 after the Joshua Tree.

Al, gotta love him, Gore.
I have not seen his documentary, but I think he tries mighty hard to not be what he is... a tool.

Hey man, I do not drive, I take the bus/subway

I recycle all kinds of crap that most people would throw away.

AND instead of throwing away something in the name of getting a better something, I keep my something and fix it when it gets old.

I once new a veteran of Vietnam named Chuck.

He never recycled, and the reason is this:

"Hey man, I am just one little pissant in a world of corruption, I work for a company that is not mandated to recycle by anyone, so they don't. The amount of waste that I do not recycle personally in my home all year does not equal the unrecycled waste that the company generates in one day."

He said that he would recycle when big corporations had to recycle, as it was them, not him that was/are killing the planet.

He also said that having citizens recycle was a way to foist the blame of global warming on the proles in that the machine could just lean back and say:
Well I guess you did not do enough.

I have a migraine right now,
excellent post puppy

2:16 PM  
Blogger Infinitesimal said...


The Vanity Fair cover!!

Is madonna airbrushed?
why is Maya looking down, and tired, like an ol' black Mammy who done finnished her chores a massa.

That composition is horrible.

any other time I have seen Maya, she has looked regal.

I did not even recognize her in this picture.

madonna is pure twat.


2:18 PM  
Blogger Infinitesimal said...

ok wow, just read the article link you posted on Africa.

interesting points and a well written essay.

unfortunately, global warming is very real, and Africa may become too hot to inhabit.

CANADA will become the new Florida/California

Arizona will also be too hot for inhabitation.

I dunno about the folks in the UK

Aunt Belle seems to think they will be colonized and taken over by the Muslim "threat"

I don't know if I can accept that all Islamic people are into the jihad, but I do think that in a hundred years or so, the planet is going to get too hot to inhabit in some places and the costal regions will be hurricaned and tsunamied off the map.

Serious shift in weather is not a joke.

However, geologically speaking, the Earth does tilt on it's own access which varys the degrees of the spin by 1-3 degrees. This tilt will cause weather distubances, and the author of the article is right, the people adapt. I believe the last tilt brought on the ice age though, so maybe we better be prepared. i think it's gonna be getting hot... or really cold, depending on where you are living.

dammit, my head hurts.

2:32 PM  
Blogger Infinitesimal said...


earth's AXIS

not access

3:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

clicked your hollywood label.
LOL to the napalm poem!

5:31 AM  
Blogger she said...

vanille: thank you! you were up late...or was it all night? this post does not attempt to say there is no climate shift or even argue against global warming. it is about examining feel-good tokenism, empty actions and exploitation and politicising.

anon: thank you. i need to write a new rappery, i havent done it in a long time. you might also like the one called "i saw a funeral on TV".

8:33 AM  
Blogger Infinitesimal said...

no, but that Africa link you posted was an essay on how humans will adapt and that global warming is no big deal... thats what i was commenting on.

yes up all night, then 4 hours sleep.

2:20 PM  
Blogger she said...

vanille: thats right i forgot. i guess he has a point we could adapt. i mean, i guess you could live in a cave or a spacesuit also, but would we want to? thats what you are speaking to and i agree. we do what we can each of us...but some taxation scheme is a shakedown period. i know you know what i mean.

have a good time tonight! i am thinking about you. can you tell? xoxo

2:47 PM  
Blogger the.red.mantissa said...

greenwashing. that's what we're talking about. call me a luddite, i've only just heard of this term now. on some obscure, canadian (ie CBC) day time talk show.

you can guess what greenwashing is. heck, you're talking about it here. yup - just hijacking the environment for profits. who gives a fuck what actually happens to mother earth. do you know of canadian author margaret atwood? she wrote an apocolyptic book called 'oryx and crake' ... about how she envisions the earth will be years in the future - inhospitable, in terms of environ, clime. interesting ... maybe we're headed there.

perhaps i mentioned this already i can't remember. but the other day i walked off the bus, on my way to the subway station and passed a Mcdonalds. there was a garbage bag just outside the door. a transparent one. destined for the garbage bin. filled with garbage that looked largely recyclable. GRRRRRR. WHAT'S UP WITH THAT? i suppose its just too inconvenient to recycle? ptosh! that pisses me off.

about africa. have you read the constant gardner? its a book by john le carre. that's africa. a bunch of narcisstic white rich people are not going to do much to solve the problems there. they're all out there making things worse, mostly. IMHO.

3:12 PM  
Blogger boneman said...

when I say the word, "blog" to steve...he looks like yer al gore pic at the start of this post....

and, yup.
I be berry,

5:56 AM  
Blogger Aunty Belle said...

Red, I read Constant Gardener...and the do-gooders is globalist types, did ya notice?

8:06 AM  
Blogger Infinitesimal said...

i've heard of constant gardener and Margaret Atwood. but i have not read them.

Red is so smart.

12:56 PM  
Blogger she said...

red vanille and aunty: i saw the constant gardener movie which is amazing since i hate ralph fienes. and if margaret atwood wrote the handmaids tale she is a bad-ass cause that scared the hell out of me.

greenwashing! great term ive never heard either.

9:17 AM  
Blogger Mayden' s Voyage said...

Good Lord-
I wander away for a little while and the yard is all torn up!

Love you...got to read this again tomorrow- which has been set aside as my "Ulimate Blog Day"- and I plan to return with a vengence!
I hope...
lol- definitely! And I might even post a baby photo meme :)

9:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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"yes people on the right can be elitist. but they are less likely to set up a televised narci-fest."

more likely to continue quietly and profitably selling arms and weapon systems to good friends and allies like pakistan -- muslim country run by military dictator, hated by his own people (overthrow only a matter of time, just like iran, remember?), new safehouse for al qaeda and bin laden, and oh yeah, a considerable nuclear power including nuclear weapons -- wait until this shit hits the fan...

meanwhile, let's keep everyone at one another's throat by arguing inanities like 'liberal' & 'conservative' -- the oldest scam in the world -- divide and conquer

meet the neo-con, same as the old con

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animal farm :)


11:11 AM  
Blogger she said...

you are absolutely correct /t. it's the classic rope a dope. it aint bad or pretty is it? i should just post the black painting again and STFU.

11:47 AM  
Blogger foam said...

you okay, sweat pea?
i've been visiting these past few days and finally caugt up on this post.
you are braver then me. i like to keep my blogging yard smooth for the most part...
here's to those who voice opinions and take the knocks along with the support

teen pic?

5:26 AM  
Blogger Aunty Belle said...

Yeah, Doll baby--whar's yore teen pic?

12:32 PM  
Blogger Enemy of the Republic said...

I'm tired of rich ass celebrities telling me how to live. And I have seen enough of Madonna's crotch to last me a lifetime, even if I do like her music.

6:39 PM  
Blogger iamnot said...

You've been tagged.

9:14 AM  
Blogger Aunty Belle said...

She-dawg...better git on over ter Malinda's...she has one hilarious post on restless leg syndrome. HOWLing ufnny.

8:40 PM  
Blogger dr.alistair said...

well done she......i spotted the potential for your position on this because you spelled algore that way.

the liberal agenda is to tax the middle class out into the street.

what better way to do that than to make them guilty for consuming and then showing them (us.)how to re-pay for the privelige.

i have posted several articles on algore and the fraudulence of global warming and gotten stung for my efforts.

while it is true that the mean temperature of the plane tis rising, it`s not due to industrial emmisions.

look to the sun.

12:16 PM  

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