August 21, 2014

a CITIZEN JOURNALIST reports from Obama’s America, 44

Last evening, with a bunch of kids playing outside and throngs of neighbors out on their porches or working on their lawns, etc.,  a cop who lives down the street from me was spotted defiantly carrying a pair of stuffed black trash bags to his garbage can.  Not your standard white kitchen garbage bags, mind you. But black bags.  As if to say, I stand with that murderous cop up in Missouri.  So far, no one in the neighborhood has tossed a Molotov cocktail at his house — though I’m keeping a close eye on this one dude down the block with the “Coexist” bumper sticker on his Scion.

Best to be prudent, I figure — and besides, if he starts getting all looty and such, I’ll finally have the justification to smash the hell out of that ugly blight of a cubist automotive nightmare, which in the end would prove to be a net good for home values around here.

And you can’t really punish me for “automotive profiling” I don’t think.  At least, not yet.  Right?


Posted by Jeff G. @ 10:21am

Comments (11)

  1. Greetings:

    It’s nice to know you’re on the job.

  2. So, do I need to start putting big black trash bags in my kitchen can instead of white bags, or putting our recyclable aluminum in the smaller white trash bags instead of the black ones? Which side am I supposed to be on this week?

    I wish somebody made red trash bags so I could offend Bob Costas.

  3. If you carry out one black and one white trashbag that marks you as a dualist heretic which means I’ll have to um..probably order a BLT from JimmyJohns and play some Call of Duty maybe. You have been warned.


    July 31, 2014

    Mr. Honda (for himself, Ms. Kelly of Illinois, Mr. Hastings of Florida,
    and Mr. Pascrell) introduced the following bill; which was referred to
    the Committee on the Judiciary


    A BILL

    To prohibit the purchase, ownership, or possession of enhanced body
    armor by civilians, with exceptions.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
    United States of America in Congress assembled,


  5. I am happy to report that my PC Cred is safe.

    Here a La Casa Belvedere [or should it be ‘La Cosa Belevedere’ – I am of half-Italian descent], we use white and black plastic trash bags, and brown paper ones for garden waste! The grocery bags we us for cat poop often have yellow printing on them. So, we’re good and proper here.

  6. In Montana the Democrats go “Wobblie.

  7. Blue on Blue action.

    The Teamsters picketers were already mad. By the time Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi’s car pulled up to the Steel & Rye restaurant in the picturesque New England town of Milton just outside Boston, one of them ran up to her car and screamed, “We’re gonna bash that pretty face in, you fucking whore!”
    Teamsters Local 25 kept at it for hours, raining down racist, sexist and homophobic threats and slurs as staffers came to and left the set that summer day. Jenn Levy, Bravo’s SVP Production, wasn’t spared. Arriving at the restaurant in her black SUV, she soon found herself running a gauntlet of vitriol. “She got of her car in front of the location and quickly ran through the picket line,” a source said. “They were yelling, ‘You bitch! You slut! We’re gonna get you!’ It went on like that all day.”

    John King, Milton’s Deputy Police Chief, said the Teamsters were “threatening, heckling and harassing.” The first officer on the scene, he said, had to call for back-up after the Teamsters “gave the officer trouble.” Reading from the police report, he said the Teamsters were “hostile, swearing, and refusing to let people come in and out. Officers repeatedly tried to de-escalate the situation.” When more police arrived, the Teamsters went to the show’s hospitality tent and “harassed the crew there.” When the officers went there, King said, “A group of them slashed the tires on 14 different cars owned by the crew.”
    “As any employee of our show walked on or off set, the picketers verbally attacked us, calling the gays ‘fags,’ the blacks ‘niggers’ and most of the women ‘sluts and whores,’ ” the crewmember said. “It got worse as the day went on. They chased us down the sidewalk when we had to run from one end of the location to the next in the middle of our busy work day. They threatened to kill us, beat us, and said that they would find us and force us out of the city. Needless to say, we were terrified. I’m a strong person, but being called names and yelled at and harassed for 12 hours while working, I started to crumble. I was scared and worried for my safety.
    The local labor board told this member there was nothing they could do. So for two more weeks, “the picketers continued to subject us to threats of violence, sexual and racist harassment,” the crew member said. “I was scared to go to work. We had to face this nightmare daily until we wrapped the show.”

    Local 25 president Sean O’Brien was out of town and unavailable for comment yesterday, according to spokeswoman Melissa Hurley.

    “As far as we’re concerned, nothing happened,” Hurley said. “This is typical of nonunion companies who often make excuses for why they won’t hire union labor.”

    Deep blue Democrats in the deep blue State, compassionate, caring, everloving. It’s true but the [com]passion, care and love is only for themselves and “Gimme duh money, honey or else…”

  8. Speaking of Coexist bumper stickers — does anybody remember the one where the ‘oexist’ are all cowering on the right, while the C menaces them from his side? I can’t find that graphic anywhere, and I’m just dying to share it with my lefty friends.

  9. here is one kinda like that

  10. Thanks, hf. I’m pretty sure the one I saw earlier depicted the big C as a scimitar dripping blood, but the splodeydope variety should work just fine for my purposes.

  11. I warned you Bob. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Mmmm. This is great bacon. Bread’s not bad either. Ooh I and I earned a Pave Low with my killstreak. You done brung me to this.