August, 2007

A Nasty, Naughty, Bad Boy!

By · Tuesday, August 28th, 2007 · 8 Comments »

At Tennessee Guerilla Women I found this YouTube clip of the Not Gay Sen. Larry Craig dilating on the nastiness of naughty bad boys back in ’99: I’m sorry if this comes off as insensitive or anything, but up here in the Spirit Realm everybody gets a huge blast out of all these in-the-closet gay […]

Now that I’ve died and moved on to the spirit realm, I’m ready to take your questions

By · Monday, August 27th, 2007 · 36 Comments »

Loyal readers know that I was killed a few days ago in a freak accident involving President Bush, Martin Heidegger, and some smack. I spent the weekend goofing off in my new disembodied state — floating around the house, stealing socks out of the dryer, scooting Molly’s ball all around the floor like it’s alive […]

I’ve figured it out: the Bush Administration is a play by Ionesco

By · Friday, August 24th, 2007 · 12 Comments »

Fact: Presidential Speech Factsheets From The White House Use Many, Many Capital Letters! A Speech Is Born A Play in One Act The Scene: The War Room. The space is littered with empty pretzel bags. A gigantic sensory deprivation tank occupies the center of the room. President Bush floats inside, wearing a suit. Attached to […]

Speak of the devil

By · Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007 · 7 Comments »

Note: the Magical Evil Eye Gaybot avatar (as so described by its creator, the Rev. B. Dagger Lee) is required in its full-size incarnation for this post. From the Sydney Morning Herald: Misogyny bares its teeth on internet Anna Greer August 21, 2007 A woman’s place isn’t in the kitchen these days but some malcontents […]

Does this sound like a suicide to you?

By · Monday, August 20th, 2007 · 18 Comments »

LaVena Johnson, Private First Class, died near Balad, Iraq, on July 19, 2005. She was 19 years old. According to the Army, her death was a suicide, the result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Uh huh. Here’s the evidence in the case: * Two loose front teeth and a “busted lip” that had to be […]

Whenever I’m looking for thoughtful social commentary on the most challenging issues of the day, I turn to Speide Bahl

By · Saturday, August 18th, 2007 · 5 Comments »

Speide Bahl is an anti-choicer and an anti-feminist, it’s true, but unlike so many of his tribe, he’s also an original thinker. Time after time Bahl has brought a new perspective to the problems that divide Americans, and his most recent contribution to the abortion debate is no exception. As Bahl writes with admirable candor, […]

Attention human capital assets throughout the global economy — let’s do lunch

By · Friday, August 17th, 2007 · Comments Off


MRAs, rape deniers, and shitty book deals: British feminists have as much fun as we do!

By · Thursday, August 16th, 2007 · 31 Comments »

Thanks to the latest and thoroughly excellent Carnival Against Sexual Violence, I’ve discovered PC Bloggs, a policewoman in the U.K. who blogs about police crap. (Police crap: It’s a technical term, folks. Work with me.) PC has two posts in the carnival, and the first one is a doozy. In Look how EQUAL we are, […]

Blogging is more dangerous than I thought

By · Tuesday, August 14th, 2007 · 18 Comments »

Avatar courtesy of the Rev. B. Dagger Lee I’m back. Sometime during the late evening hours of August 10, 2007, I was assimilated by BlogWarBot, resulting in a new, horrifying entity: Dr. BlogWarBot Socks. This Borg-like creature maintained control of the blog for several days, until an emergency intervention by a crack team of lolkitteh […]

The best thing that happened to me all week

By · Friday, August 10th, 2007 · 17 Comments »

My encounter Wednesday night with the awesome BlogWarBot: ***** BlogWarBot: I’m BlogWarBot. Are you one of those radical feminists? Guest: Yes! BlogWarBot: You seem awfully positive. Did you read Rand as a child? Guest: Ayn Rand? No. Not until my twenties, actually. BlogWarBot: That’s the problem with people like you. You’re never constructive about anything. […]