3letterjon

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  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Five Hawtest Ladysplainers Splainin’ Sexywrongtalk To You

    2013-04-07 10:32:34View | Delete

    Fuck you, autocorrect. CPI. Now you suggest CUP? Dick move, Kindle.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Five Hawtest Ladysplainers Splainin’ Sexywrongtalk To You

    2013-04-07 06:48:52View | Delete

    Public exclamations of beauty can go creepily toward some sort of ownership/entitlement territory. That’s why his comment, good-natured as it is, makes so many squickily uncomfortable. Like a stadium marriage proposal, it puts a woman in a position where she has to smile and nod or she’ll be a humorless bitch. Dick move, bro.

    As for chained CAP, that “decimates” Social Security? I think it’s an assheaded proposal, but please leave math to those who aren’t excitable partisans. Calling that a decimation is like saying clipping your toenails left you mutilated.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post AIPAC Attack Hack Cracks

    2013-02-28 07:49:48View | Delete

    Someone forgot the first rule of Jew Club. Then someone else did.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Orly Taitz Is The New Thurgood Marshall Now

    2013-01-07 08:07:38View | Delete

    I certainly didn’t want to go further into the rabbit hole, but I was tempted. Oh, so tempted!

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Orly Taitz Is The New Thurgood Marshall Now

    2013-01-07 07:24:34View | Delete

    I told him that Grinols is the elector for Romney, who came in second. the judge said: what don’t you understand about being second? I said that I do understand, that if one, who came in first, is using forged iDs and not qualified, then one who came in second, will be declared a winner. (I was thinking to myself, what a question, does the judge understand this simple concept?)

    She has a website. She never learned the first rule of Stupid Club: Never Document Stupid Club.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Anhedonia

    2013-01-02 16:04:49View | Delete

    The Betrayalists are never unbetrayed, for their betrayal is always just around the corner.

  • I’m so glad to learn the subtleties of bowing from people who find this and this acceptable. Wingnuts and Consistency are not on a first-name basis.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Love In The House Of Spy

    2012-11-15 07:00:43View | Delete
  • I shared it with lots of people who will shortly unfriend me.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Obama Loses Important Lesbian Jason Segel Impersonator Vote

    2012-10-03 17:05:11View | Delete

    Styx is far worse.

    But in this instance, I think we have an abundance of “It’s just a dishonor to be nominated”.

    Also, too: Simply Red.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Obama Loses Important Lesbian Jason Segel Impersonator Vote

    2012-10-03 05:52:41View | Delete

    Jesus Jones is worse than Spin Doctors, even if they had but one kindasorta hit.

    Creed has the distinction of being awful without any chance of being enduring and memorable. They’re just bland squared, now with political nonsense. Being bland isn’t so bad, as people could possibly say “Hall and Oates did have a lot of catchy songs” or “Journey had some great musicians and songwriting sometimes”, but Creed seems to think that being background music for emotional moments on forgotten dramas on the WB Network was a goal rather than a fallback musical career.

    And I’d like to take this moment to congratulate Hootie for his new gig at the Grand Ole Opry. I guess he didn’t know the Andy Williams Christmas Pageant material well enough to go to Branson, but there’s always next season, bro.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Readers Under The Influence

    2012-10-01 19:16:19View | Delete

    Could you convince Southern white men to decide that voting isn’t a good exercise of civic pride and that horseshoes is a much better way to spend election day than anything in the proximity of a voting booth? That alone would make the world a better place much more than anything else I can imagine. A reunion concert with Lynyrd Skynyrd’s reincarnated original lineup would do just as well, but Tebow would probably take a while to help you arrange that and Ticketmaster would make it too damn expensive.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Paul Ryan Is Really Cheesed Off Right Now

    2012-09-25 20:42:09View | Delete

    Business bestseller of next year: Who Moved My Cheesehead?

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Pie In The Sky When You Die

    2012-09-04 06:18:20View | Delete

    I think it’s pretty clear that that asshole, though an American citizen, was actively working for the other side in a terrorist war. While I’m not happy with the precedent set, I’m happy he was a smoking pile for his last moments.

    Yeah, it would have been nice to have captured him and taken him to trial in the United States, but a certain party (and cowards in the President’s party) has decided that trials of terrorists are too scary to hold in American courts and thus we need to hold prisoners indefinitely rather than give them the right to a trial. That’s not Obama’s choice, but it’s the elected Congress that made that call. Obama would have loved to have had the trials, have them fall apart because of all the torture, and even loved the political fallout that would go mainly on the GOP as a result of that failure. But the Republicans can stoke up fear to avoid that situation, and even Clint Eastwood and his chair were sure to mention how awful it would be to have trials in cities.

    So rather than risk troops to capture a guy who would just sit around in Cuba, Obama made a political choice to turn an enemy into a puddle of guts and some red mist. Good call, I say.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Yes. Do This.

    2012-08-22 06:51:01View | Delete

    Willard could offer Akin the Vice-Presidency to get Akin out of politics.

  • Historical note: Molotov Cocktails were originally anti-Communist, as those Finnish Fascists were pursuing “freedom” in their own special way, too.

    Also, too: Keystone Light isn’t available in bottles, is it? If they’re true troublemakers, a Session Lager bottle would be a more hipsterifical choice.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Joel Pollak Is Acting The Fool Again

    2012-07-26 08:30:30View | Delete

    Acting the fool? He’s just being himself.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post Here You Go

    2012-07-26 06:33:59View | Delete

    I’ve been ambivalent about most calls to boycott businesses for political reasons, but this company goes out of its way to be full of lies. Fuck them.

    Christianity used to mean something good and valuable. Now it’s just a political label for assholes. If their version of God is correct, he’s an asshole, too.

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post I Was An Internet Badass

    2012-07-23 08:48:47View | Delete

    Whoopsie! The leg shot wouldn’t work, either as he was wearing “tactical leggings”, which sounds like something a sorority girl would modify with scissors for pledge week festivities.

    http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/human_nature/2012/07/the_aurora_shooting_bulletproof_vests_swat_gear_and_body_armor_refute_the_nra_.html

  • 3letterjon commented on the blog post I Was An Internet Badass

    2012-07-22 17:54:19View | Delete

    The guy had a helmet, vest, groin protection, a gas mask, and he was shooting. To penetrate that, I’d need a face shot or a really good shot to the leg. Or I’d need a 50 caliber rifle, appropriate for elephants. So I’d need either a lucky shot or a really heavy gun that would likely be about four feet long or more and probably equip it for night vision. I’m at the movies, for Pete’s sake. I might need to scope out if anyone is using their cell phone or a recording device of some sort. Being on Citizen Patrol is tireless duty. It would be easier to say “Fuck it” and lob some grenades at Mr Juggernaut Boy, but that might not lead to my chance to meet Sean Hannity or go on a cruise with Gordon Liddy. Instead, my lawyer and I might get yelled at by Lawrence O’Donnell. That’s no way to sell a book about my exploits.

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