Archive for March, 2013

Baseball 2013–Baseball Still boring

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Replace baseball season with Easter egg and Afikomen hunts

As Christians celebrate their holy Easter Sunday, Jews are in the middle of their holiday Passover. Atheists like my friend Kevin Wells have their religion begin this Sunday with the start of the 2013 Major League Baseball season. Those who violate Kevin’s eleventh commandment “Thou shalt not ever criticize baseball” will receive a lashing. Then lash me. I prostrate myself for the good of humanity. Let me spare others and perish for my sin of speaking the truth. Baseball is boring.



The invisible shrinking Palesimians

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

The failed Good Friday Los Angeles Palestinian protest 

Maybe it was the Christian spirit of Good Friday, but Palesimians made their most positive contribution to society in their entire few decades of history. For once, they stayed in their homes and left the rest of society alone.

A planned anti-Jewish protest in Los Angeles fell flat when nobody showed up. It’s a sad day in Palestinian culture when hatred of Jews takes a back seat to sleeping in on a paid American holiday.



Will the SCOTUS ban gay marriage for straight people?

Friday, March 29th, 2013

The other key gay marriage SCOTUS decision

The United States Supreme Court is taking up the controversial issue of gay marriage, but beneath the surface there is a key question none of the justices want to touch. If affirmed, it could have far-reaching consequences in the heterosexual community.

What is a gay marriage?





Jim Carrey picks liberalism over cocaine for drug of choice

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Gun owners demand right to conceal (Jim) Carrey

After being attacked in a childish video, gun owners demanded a right to conceal Jim Carrey.


SCOTUS to slap down beta males for deserving that

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Supreme Court votes unanimously to ban metrosexual marriage

In a unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court voted to ban metrosexual marriage.


Is Roe vs. Wade heterosexist?

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Should Supreme Court allow gay couples to have abortions?

In a Supreme Court shocker, the High Court has now agreed to hear the politically charged case of whether gay couples should be allowed to have abortions.


Passover with Helen Thomas and Chuck Hagel

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

The 10 Passover plagues of Barack Obama


President Obama visited Israel and returned to America just before the Jewish people began celebrating Passover. One ritual of Passover is recounting the ten plagues that God inflicted upon Egypt to get Pharaoh to free the Jewish people.


Despite six thousand years of history, President Obama told the world in 2009 that Israel was born out of the Holocaust in 1948.


Unlike American liberals, Israelis are not fooled by President Obama or a modern Democratic Party that is held hostage by it’s leftist anti-Israel wing. So in the spirit of Passover, here are the ten Passover plagues inflicted upon Israel by Barack Obama and other liberals.



Obama in Israel: Hidden between the platitudes

Monday, March 25th, 2013

What Obama really said in Israel

For those who want to find an actual point to Obama’s Israel speech, he hid it near the end when much of the crowd was most likely bored and playing games on their I-Phones. Anybody who thinks President Obama has the slightest understanding of how this world works slept through this part of the speech.


Free agency 2013 comings and goings

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Free agent madness: Loyalty need not apply

Football is a business. In the dizzying, maddening world of free agency, loyalty has become a thing of the past. Maybe it was never there, but we wanted to believe it was.



Dallas stunner: Cliff Barnes goes bombs away

Sunday, March 24th, 2013

Dallas Season 2, Episode 10–Cliff Barnes descends into madness

While the “relaunched” Dallas is properly focused on Who killed J.R. Ewing, a plot twist has taken place that shows a major deviation from the original character of Cliff Barnes. Ken Kercheval still plays the role well, so time will tell if audiences accept Cliff’s descent into madness.