• millerdunwoody commented on the blog post The Return Of Knee. Jerk Response.

    2013-07-18 03:48:07View | Delete

    “. . . including the entire spectrum of non-inherently governmental services and solutions.” Beyond the fact that Uncle Sam’s contract writers are now using that annoyingly meaningless “solutions” buzzword, that clause caught my eye. What are “non-inherently governmental services”? There must be a lot of them because there’s an “entire spectrum” of them out there. I mean, does this contract allow BA to free-lance outside of the work they’re doing for the federal government? Me no get.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Hearts & Minds & La La La I Can’t Hear You

    2013-05-24 16:00:16View | Delete

    Kinda pissed me off ’til I found out who it was.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Moron Labe

    2013-04-22 03:30:04View | Delete

    “‘Gimme that thing!’ (Breaks sword.)”

    Classic.

  • And I thank God that one of them wasn’t mine.

  • I knew what the “delicious salty snack” was before checking. I’ve been around, baby!

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Atlas Shanked

    2013-01-24 04:41:37View | Delete

    I think that pretty much encapsulates the whole One Percent argument. How much wealth does a rich person need, to say nothing of deserve? As for pro athletes, when an MLB rookie hauls down a minimum $350k and Marco Scutaro is going to make $20 million over the next three years (and I loves me some Scutaro, don’t get me wrong), there’s something really, really wrong going on.

    The One Percent bitch about taxes and “entitlements”; for God’s sake, why? No matter what happens tax-wise, they’ll still be rich. What’s their problem?

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

    2012-11-13 15:12:07View | Delete

    Holy shit! I just realized why the fifteen-percent tip went to twenty: easier arithmetic!

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Sodom & Gobama

    2012-10-26 08:10:53View | Delete

    Sword fight!

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Responsibility Is For Suckers

    2012-10-16 04:16:32View | Delete

    Pee Ess: Does anybody know what’s up with the comments section over at Hullabaloo? I can’t even see the comments, much less add one myself. I’m using IE 9 and Firefox, but I’m told it’s probably not a browser issue.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Responsibility Is For Suckers

    2012-10-16 04:00:10View | Delete

    Actually, according to an e-mail I got a couple of weeks ago from a friend of mine in the construction business who considers me the “house liberal,” the blame falls as follows: first to Clinton and Warren Christopher, who insisted back in 1993 that Israel free a group of Palestinian prisoners, one of whom was Mohammed Atta (“It was censored in the US from all later reports”). And second, to Al Gore, who as a US senator during the Iran-Contra hearings was grilling Lt Col Oliver North about why North needed an expensive security system at his home. It was because his life and the lives of his family were being personally threatened by Osama bin Laden, “the most evil person alive that I know of.” According to the e-mail, North went on to recommend that an “assassin team” be formed to go after bin Laden but Senator Gore, in his role as Assassin-Team Organizer, did not take that advice.

    We all know what happened after that.

    Fuckin’ Democrats.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Save Me, Glenn Kessler!

    2012-07-15 04:42:25View | Delete

    Maybe there’s a lot of that going on, but my brother, a retired police detective, has lived there for 15 years along with a number of his working-class friends from up north. What’s sad to me is that my parents were among the original inhabitants of the place back in 1985 when there were about 5,000 people living in a nice little retirement community outside the tiny town of Lady Lake and there was no such thing as The Villages. Then, sometime in the 90s, Gary Morse, wealthy friend of Jeb Bush and prominent–and secretive–Florida Republican, bought the place and all the land for miles around and started throwing up the cultural moonscape we see today.

    Personal note: my brother drives Gary Morse’s limo.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Save Me, Glenn Kessler!

    2012-07-14 15:02:37View | Delete

    Maybe if Rmoney could sing it without sounding like a car going 70 miles an hour that’s lost a rear wheel and is scraping along on a bare brake drum. Really, you never know if this guy is serious or just doing self-parody, which is what you can say about pretty much every Repubican out there these days.

  • Damn, where’s the heart attack when you really need it?

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Dr. Helen’s Lonely Hearts Club Bund

    2012-06-27 13:04:26View | Delete

    I choost vant to kill zese freaks! Chop off zer fucking heads and feed zem to zee turtles!

    Gott im Himmel!

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post The Italian Job

    2012-06-26 01:18:51View | Delete

    The fact that this con man was Speaker of the House tells us, again, that Mark Twain was right about America’s “native criminal class.”

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post We Could Be Heroes

    2012-06-14 15:17:04View | Delete

    “And this has been another installment of ‘Why I fall on my knees every fucking day and thank God I am a liberal.’”

    Not that I believe in God or anything; I’m sure you understand.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post They Call Me Quiet. But I’m A Riot.

    2012-05-23 10:58:02View | Delete

    Wait a second. You mean you’re the chick who was on “Friends” all those years? Man, am I confused.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post It’s All Fun and Games Until Jesus Loses An Eye

    2012-05-01 03:14:38View | Delete

    Pretty cool, taking a dead man’s name as your own. The real Mailer (not the one in your head) would rise up and kick your ass and then sue you for fraudulent misrepresentation.

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post Raped Straight

    2012-04-30 03:57:17View | Delete

    And of course their logo art has a pair of the famed “Oo-o-o, I’m ready for you NOW, big boy” silhouettes lifted from a thousand semi-trailer mudflaps. What, Yosemite Sam wasn’t good enough for you?

  • millerdunwoody commented on the blog post The Wal-Martian Chronicles

    2012-04-25 06:07:27View | Delete

    “Andrew Breitbart’s Big Blocked Arteries.” Heh, made me laugh. Carry on.

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