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Furry Rights

Posted by V the K at 9:30 am - April 22, 2016.
Filed under: Leftist Nutjobs

There are people who identify as fuzzy cartoon animals; should businesses be required by law to provide them with litter boxes.

Though the media tends to cover furries, people who participate in the subculture interested in fictional anthropomorphic animal characters, with a detached sense of amusement, the actual community is as diverse and complex as any other. A new documentary “Fursonas” examines the subculture by exploring the various participants and factions within the community, as well as the public’s perception of them and various attempts to control their image. Part of the film follows Boomer, an androgynous furry who sought to legally change his name to Boomer The Dog and disgruntled much of the community for giving them a bad image. The film tells a universal story of identity and community by turning its eye at specific fandom, approaching it with respect and gentle humor.

Truthishly, even though I appear to be a cis-gendered male, I actually identify as a Lockheed L-1011. I demand that businesses be required to build hangars to accommodate my maintenance needs; and you’re a hater if you disagree.

Dead Celebrities

Posted by V the K at 8:10 am - April 22, 2016.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Prince passed away yesterday; you may not have been aware of this if you were in a coma or … no, there is no way you missed this news unless you were in a coma. I’m pretty sure deep in the bowels of solitary confinement in the Colorado SuperMax Terrorist Prison, Zacarias Moussaoui was heard mournfully humming “Raspberry Beret.” The news of Prince’s death even temporarily took the National Crisis of Transgender Bathrooms off the top of the hour news for a brief period.

It made me think of the other 1980’s icons who are getting up into AARP territory and … well, what’s going to happen when they die? Let’s speculate, won’t you?

  • Bruce Springsteen will die someday, and then he will boycott Heaven when he discovers they don’t let dudes use the Ladies’ Room there.
  • Bono will die someday, and wouldn’t you love to be at the Pearly Gates as he lectures God about the plight of African children.
  • Morrissey will die someday, and finally manage not to be a pompous ass for five minutes.
  • Madonna, I can just see her having herself taxidermied… perhaps using Japanese sex robot technology … and put on exhibit like Lenin or a venerated Catholic Saint… so she can still get attention after she’s dead. Judging by recent pictures, she has already begun this process.
  • Cyndi Lauper, I am pretty sure when she dies, a lot of people are going to say, “Wasn’t she already dead? I feel like she died already.” Then, they will go to wiki and say, “Huh, I guess I must have been thinking of someone else. Well, she’s dead now.”
  • Boy George probably will not require a whole lot of embalming, I’ll leave it at that.

Radical Left’s Lawfare Strategy Suffers a Setback

Posted by V the K at 7:37 am - April 22, 2016.
Filed under: Democratic Dirty Tricks

California’s Radical Left Attorney General (and future senator) Kamala Harris (one of the team of 20 Radical Democrat Attorney Generals seeking to prosecute Climate Change skeptics for pursuing science instead of “science”) has been rebuked by a Federal Court for her scheme to expose conservative donors to intimidation, harassment, and violence.

TL:DR version: Harris wanted to use tax records to release the names of people who donated to conservative organizations so that the Democrats and their radical left allies could brownshirt them. The court said, nunh-unh, and issued an injunction barring them from doing so, finding that it’s still illegal (for now) for politicians to use state power to incite mobs against their political opponents.

During the course of trial, the Court heard ample evidence establishing that AFP, its employees, supporters and donors face public threats, harassment, intimidation, and retaliation once their support for and affiliation with the organization becomes publicly known. For example, Lucas Hilgemann, Chief Executive Officer of AFP, testified that in 2013, the security staff of AFP alerted him that a technology contractor working inside AFP headquarters posted online that he was “inside the belly of the beast” and that he could easily walk into Mr. Hilgemann’s office and slit his throat. (Hilgemann Test. 2/23/16 Vol. I, p. 57:2–14). That individual was also found in AFP’s parking garage, taking pictures of employees’ license places. (Id. at 57:15–23). Another witness and major donor, Art Pope, testified about an AFP event in Washington D.C. in 2011. Mr. Pope testified that after protestors attempted to enter the building and disrupt the event, they began to push and shove AFP guests to keep them inside of the building. (Pope Test. 2/24/16 Vol. II, p. 47:7–15). Mr. Pope attempted to help a woman in a wheelchair exit the building; however the protestors had blocked their path. (Pope Test. 2/25/16 Vol. I, p. 21:20–22:12). Once they finally exited the building, they still had to go through a hostile crowd that was shouting, yelling and pushing. (Id. at 22:22–23:2). At another event in Wisconsin, after speaking to a crowd of AFP supporters, Mr. Hilgemann was threatened by a protestor who used multiple slurs and spit in Mr. Hilgemann’s face. (Hilgemann Test. 2/23/16 Vol. I, p. 48:12–49:15). Again, at another event in Michigan where an AFP tent was set up, several hundred protestors surrounded the tent and used knives and box-cutters to cut at the ropes of tent, eventually causing the large tent to collapse with AFP supporters still inside. (Id. at 50:16–51:25).

The Court also heard from Mark Holden, General Counsel for Koch Industries, who testified that Charles and David Koch, two of AFP’s most high-profile associates, have faced threats, attacks, and harassment, including death threats. (Holden Test. 2/23/16 Vol. II, p. 30:17–35:13). Not only have these threats been made to the Koch brothers because of their ties with AFP, but death threats have also been made against their families, including their grandchildren.

Some Questions That Need to Be Asked

Posted by V the K at 7:19 am - April 22, 2016.
Filed under: We The People

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