Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Elizabeth & John Edward's New Neighbor

Chapel Hill Welcome Wagon

WTF TV and Radio is reporting that Monty Johnson is selling his "slummy" property to Ricky Dale Pitts and his neice Ricki Dale Pitts for a reported $1,300 and 536 1/2 pounds of Green Stamps.

The obviously pregnant Mrs. Pitts stated the price was more than they should spend, but "I am so excited I'm gonna (sic) invite Johnny and Beth Edwards to my baby shower. We're gonna (sic) fix up the trailer and clean it and everything. I'm sure they wail (sic) come when they find out we're fixin to vote Democrap. Wail (sic), at least when I'm old enough. We're lookin (sic) to have that Imus guy do the DJing and Ricky is fixin (sic) a baby pig".

Mr. Ricky Pitts stated moving day is as soon as they can borrow a vehicle that runs.

Mr. Johnson is planning to take the proceeds from the sale and "move to a more better neighborhood".

Barcelona, Spain

Disneyesque? Possibly Ginger Breadish?
It is very popular. with some.

Kitchener, Ontario

Kitchener's Old City Hall at King and Frederick Streets was decorated for Christmas in this early 1970s photo. It was torn down in 1973 to make way for the Market Square development.

Enough Islamofascist Crap Already

In May 1969, Noah Bee criticized what he termed "American Front" support for Arab guerilla groups.

U. N. Buffoons and Morons


A Disarming Election Iran and Syria lead the U.N. Disarmament

On April 9, 2007 there was a United Nations believe-it-or-not moment
extraordinaire. At the same time that Iran’s President Ahmadinejad declared his
country was now capable of industrial-scale uranium enrichment, the U.N.
reelected Iran as a vice chairman of the U.N. Disarmament Commission.

Yes Ripley, the very U.N. body charged with promoting nuclear
nonproliferation installed in a senior position the state that the Security
Council recently declared violated its nonproliferation resolutions.

Somehow the Jews are behind this. Blame them! Oops, already did.

So in Iran at the Natanz nuclear facility Ahmadinejad gloated: “With great
pride, I announce as of today our dear country is among the countries of the
world that produces nuclear fuel on an industrial scale.” And in New York,
courtesy of his U.N. platform, Iranian Disarmament Vice-Chairman Seyed Mohammad Ali Robatjazi railed against “noncompliance with the NPT [nuclear
nonproliferation treaty] by the United States” and “the Zionist lobby.”

These fools never change. Nor does the U. N.

Subitus Admiratio

Logan's Itinerary

Following up on her fabulously poor showing in Israel and Syria, Madamed Speaker Pelosi may be resurrecting her "Lamb Chop" act with Tom Lantos in Iran.

Pelosi, Lantos may be interested in diplomatic trip to Iran

Affairs Committee, were asked at a press conference in San Francisco
Tuesday whether on the heels of their recent trip to the Middle East they would
be interested in extending their diplomacy in the troubled region with a visit
to Iran.

"Speaking just for myself, I would be ready to get on a plane
tomorrow morning, because however objectionable, unfair and inaccurate many of (Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's) statements are, it is important that we have a dialogue with him,'' Lantos said. "Speaking for myself, I'm ready to
go -- and knowing the speaker, I think that she might be.''

Pelosi did not dispute that statement, and noted that Lantos -- a
Hungarian-born survivor of the Holocaust -- brought "great experience, knowledge and judgment" to the recent bipartisan congressional delegation trip to Israel, the Palestinian territories, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia in addition to Syria.

"I find the president of Iran's remarks to be so repulsive that they
are outside the circle of civilized human behavior,'' Pelosi said, referring to
Ahmadinejad's past comments that Israel should be wiped off the face of the map
and his questioning of the existence of the Holocaust.

"But a person of Mr. Lantos' stature and personal experience is saying
that -- even as a Holocaust survivor and even recognizing the outrageous
statements of the president of Iran -- it's important to have dialogue. I think
that speaks volumes.''

With no super secret message from Olmert to deliver maybe the SanFranciscoTreat can pick up some take-out to give to Ahmadinejad. Maybe some Cha Siu Bao. I hear Chairman Short loves hot buns.

Lantos, mutely speaking volumes, wants nuclear technology for everyone.
Lantos noted that "with the speaker's support,'' he has
co-sponsored legislation in the House that calls for making available to all
countries -- including Iran -- nuclear fuel for peaceful purposes under
international oversight by establishing a "nuclear fuel bank."

"So if the Iranian president says that he is developing (nuclear
material) for peaceful purposes, we are assisting him in that process,'' said
Lantos, who anticipated the legislation could pass as early as May.

I'd call it the "Hot buns and spent rods" tour.