"I remember sitting at home in London watching you on the Moon," Judge Len Goodman said. "Unfortunately, I can't give marks for bravery."
Then why the hell did they invite him on? Because they really thought an 80 year old man could go hoof to hoof with one of the Pussycat Dolls and her meat puppet? Jesus, Len! Got much colony envy? Now the British want reparations. Where is the end, man?
Big effyou to ABC for mocking this great pioneering patriot. Why not just lure him to the top of a flight of stairs and push him down? Big ratings. "Pushing Old Celebrities Down the Steps." Why not?Buncha neon assdildos. You'll get old too, fuckers, and I hope your beloved Obama's single payer euthanasia mill gets into high claim denial mode just as you need that ass cancer drug to save your creepy, ungraceful lives.
The good news is that Shannen Doherty couldn't beat Buzz Aldrin in a dancing competition. Ha-ha, fugly. Get your eyes fixed. They're still uneven.
The TV news coverage of the W.Va. mining disaster 2010 is pointless and uniformative. CNN, FOX, MSNBC...it doesn't matter. There's only so much a pretty blonde with nice legs and a neatly coiffed honey hole can credibly tell me about mining.
The one thing that stands out to me about the mining explosion in W.Va. is in this quote from the story out of the Wall St. Journal:
"Massey...notified the Mine Safety and Health Administration...at 3:30 pm of a mine explosion..."
I couldn't help but thinking, "There's a gov't app for that?"
We're pretty deep into the government mine here ourselves, dontcha think, when this agency exists despite the fact that it seems they are not doing the job we pay them to do, which is to make mines safe and healthy, which they aren't, and can't be. Who cares if a mine is healthy, anyway? There is no government agency for Facebook safety (yet), but we've had fewer deaths this year on Facebook than in the mines.
We live in very clear and confusing times. On one hand, we seem to have 2 government agencies for every real or perceived risk or offense known to man. On the other hand, the iPad, a product of free thinking, is selling like government programs!
Apple seems to have an app for everything, too, but Apple's apps are a googol (sorry, no offense) times more fun. And some are truly FREE! The bad ones are repealed by the obnoxious consumer reviews, and everyone of every color and belief system gets a hack at making it big in the app world if they so choose.Maybe a lot of people think the iPad IS from the government. There are those morons out there who will defend the wisdom of all government programs by pointing to our roads (which aren't so pleasurable to ride on and hard to use at many points in the day), our schools (a day orphanage for poor and unloved children) and Tang breakfast drink (which I imagine is quite tasty up in space where the only other choice is the toilet bowl for hydration), and of course, the river card--flip it---"well, who do you think invented the internet?"
I know. Thaaaaa government. More accurately, the military, which is an important point since in the days of the DARPAnet, as it was known, the military was separate from most government functions because, unlike most government functions, it was a legitimate function of the government.
Even the military didn't know what to do with it except having it's scientists share info on how to kill people better. It took regular people with specialized knowledge to give us the PC to access this government invented wonder, and only then did it become a thriving bazaar where one can get anything without budging his enlarged prostate.
I don't know which side is winning.